- The Senate probe on the Duterte administration's alleged extrajudicial killing has started on Monday, August 22
- On the first day of the Senate probe, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV has faced PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa
- As two alumni of PMA, Trillanes reminded Dela Rosa of the things that they learned at the academy - stirring up netizens' anger
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, during the first day of the Senate hearing regarding the extrajudicial killing probe on Monday, August 22, reminds PNP chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa that they were not trained by the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) to do what's wrong or illegal.
"Let's just do the right thing. Alam natin kung ano ang tama. Hindi tayo ti-nrain sa academy to do what's wrong and illegal," Trillanes said.
The senator also seemed to warn the cops and reminded the PNP chief that by the end of the Duterte's term, he can no longer protect the police.
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According to Trillanes, "General, umiikot 'yung mundo eh. Ngayon, si Duterte naka-pwesto; eh malay natin 'yung susunod na pwesto and priority ay human rights at mgconduct ng investigation, by then retired na kayo at nakatiwangwang mga pulis."
This statement, which was followed by a more detailed warning to the cops about the possibility of an honest-to-goodness investigation, earned the senator the netizens' ire.
For the most part, netizens lambasted the senator for what they see as threats to the Duterte's administration's war on drugs - which, according to them scares off the police officers.
While this netizen did not take an official stand on the issue, she clarified that whatever the senator said during the Senate probe, his previous political acts, including the declarations of mutiny against the past administrations, were not acts of crime.
One netizen, in particular, warns the senator of what could possibly happen if he's not careful.
This netizen, however, deferred from taking sides on the issue: