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Gov. Hataman grieves over death of Marawi police chief

Breaking News • 03:59 AM Mon Oct 19, 2015
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BPI-ARMM news release

Statement of ARMM Gov. Mujiv Hataman on the murder of Marawi City police chiefWe grieve over the murder of Marawi Police chiefAl Abner Wahab Santos, and condemn in the highest possible terms this heinous and cowardly act that demonstrates brutality and an utter lack of regard for the value of human life.Reports said that PoliceSupt. Santos was driving his vehicle when he was shot dead, Saturday afternoon, by still unidentified armed men in Barangay Luksa Datu in Marawi City. We have ordered the region's Philippine National Police to investigate and ensure the expeditious delivery of justice.

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