Four men killed in Pasay


Four men were either found dead or gunned down by still unidentified suspects while another one was injured in different areas in Pasay City, Friday night to Saturday midnight. Police officer 2 Noel Burden, case investigator, said tricycle driver Redentor Manalang, 50, was found dead inside his vehicle at around 9:30 p.m. of Friday on Zamora Street near corner Protacio Street. He sustained three gunshot wounds. Also recovered from the crime scene were three spent shells from a calibre .45 pistol and a plastic sachet of suspected shabu. Meanwhile, a still unidentified man was also found dead in front of Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) building along Diokno Boulevard, Macapagal Avenue. The victim sustained five gunshot wounds in the body from two different calibre of firearms, police said. The third victim, pedicab driver Michael Siaron, 30, was shot dead along EDSA corner Rotonda. Ryan Alfred Esquivel, 33, was also gunned down at 12:55 a.m. Saturday on Leveriza Street. He was declared dead on arrival at the Adventist Medical Center after sustaining three gunshot wounds in the body.


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    It was the great Mahatma Gandhi who once said, “Bad means never make for good ends.” Indiscriminate killing is no solution to the illegal drug problem. The solutions are quite simple and you don’t need to be a great thinker to know them..