- The CCTV footage of the Sulu shooting incident was released to the public
- It showed the movement of the cops after the soldiers were already sprawled on the ground
- The video showed a man who was wearing a cap, reaching something from his companion, and eventually moved the body of one of the slain soldiers
- The same guy opened the SUV, moved something inside and later moved again another body of the dead soldier on the ground
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A CCTV footage of the aftermath of the Sulu shooting incident has surfaced and has now circulated on social media with Rappler and GMA uploading a copy on YouTube.
In GMA News' Unang Balita on Thursday, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) revealed that it was already looking into the incident.
In the video that has already circulated on social media, there was a man wearing a cap, who was seen reaching out to his companion and was moving a body on the ground.
The same guy opened the SUV, seemingly moving something, and later moved a body on the ground again.
Later, Army spokesperson Colonel Ramon Zagala, stated that the men seen in the footage were soldiers and they were trying to identify the dead soldiers. They also said that there was no PNP officers there when they arrived.
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The PNP has already made a turnabout in its statement regarding "misencounter." They said that it was a "shooting incident." For the army, on the other hand, it was a "rubout."
The incident in Sulu was called by Army Chief as "murder." He stated that it was not a misencounter as to how it was initially claimed by the PNP.
In a separate incident, the Philippine Army Chief already ordered the launch of an investigation on the death of Corporal Winston Ragos. As per their statement, they also mentioned that the wounds of a soldier are not merely physical but also mental.
The four military officers were in an official mission. They were there to find the bombmaker of the Abu Sayyaf Group.
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