Lolo Nardo, hindi raw "ikinulong" sa selda; Asingan PNP, ipinakita aktwal na higaan ni lolo

Lolo Nardo, hindi raw "ikinulong" sa selda; Asingan PNP, ipinakita aktwal na higaan ni lolo

- The niece of Lolo Nardo, in an exclusive interview with SMNI, said that he was not literally incarcerated

- He was detained but not placed inside the jail cell where other suspects were placed

- This was also what the PNP Chief stated, that Lolo Nardo was not "jailed" per se

- The police officers of Asingan also showed the actual place where lolo was sleeping while under their custody

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Lolo Narding's niece, in an exclusive interview with SMNI, candidly revealed that he was not incarcerated at the Asingan, Pangasinan police station.

Lolo Nardo, hindi raw "ikinulong" sa selda; Asingan PNP, ipinakita aktwal na higaan ni lolo
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The octogenarian was treated well as compared to the stories that are circulating on social media, said his niece.

"Hindi po talaga siya nakakulong sa selda po. Nasa labas po siya, which is the visiting area po. Hindi po siya pinayagan na ipasok sa loob, kasi alam naman po ng mga pulis na matanda na po siya at saka baka po mahawaan din po siya ng sakit dun sa loob, kasi po, crowded na rin po sila dun sa loob. Tas, naaawa po sila."

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The niece of Lolo Nardo also said that he could sleep okay since he stays at the visiting area.

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The Asingan police also showed the exact area where Lolo Nardo was sleeping.

"Dinala lang nila ako doon. Hindi nila ako inaway o sinaktan doon," Lolo Nardo said.

Previously, in Radyo Pilipinas' report, Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Police General Dionardo Carlos said that lolo was not jailed in Asingan, Pangasinan.

Below is the actual interview.

The pandemic has caused many Filipinos to be more active on social media considering that there are many restrictions when it comes to traveling. People of all ages have started to spend more time on different social media platforms, and stories that touch the emotions would always often go viral.

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One of the stories that went viral was that of the case of Jonel Nuezca, a police officer who shot an elderly and her son. It started from an altercation over a property dispute. The police officer was arrested and languished in jail. Later, he was sentenced and eventually, he died while being incarcerated. The case of Nuezca was among the hottest issues on social media for quite a long time.

Another story that has gotten the attention of many social media users was the case of Jang Lucero. She was a beautiful lady Grab driver who was found dead in her car. The injuries that she sustained denoted that she underwent suffering. Justice was somewhat elusive for Jang and her family back then.


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