Daughter of Nova Parojinog says police planted evidence

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Sophia Parojinog, the daughter of Vice Mayor Nova Parojinog of Ozamiz City said that the pieces of evidence against their family were planted by the police.

In addition, she claims that there are no drug paraphernalia inside their house. She said:

“Paano magkakaron ng baril sa likod niyan? Like, mga bata po ‘yung nandito. Saka walang lalaki, puro babae lang.” (How can the guns be at the back? There were kids here. There were no guys, only women). 
Meanwhile, in a screenshot of her Facebook post, Sophia reportedly hinted that a congressman was behind the pre-dawn raid of the family which led to the killing of Parojinog.
She said the congressman has a personal interest in the incident. She also claims that someone destroyed the CCTV camera and took away the hard drive.< This is her said post on her Facebook account: "Pilanter at it’s finest. What a disgrace. Shame on you people behind all this (sic.). God will take care of everything.”
Walang modo, mga hayop kayo! Sobra nyong pinahirapan ang Mama ko. Yan congressman, yan ang gusto mo. Dahil personal mong interest! Kinuha ang hard drive ng among CCTV at sinira ang CCTV sa kwarto ng Mama ko. Mga hayop  kayo! Di na kayo naawa sa mga kapatid ko, halos inatake sa puso. Diyos na bahala sa inyo.

Nova Parojinog and brother to face charges

Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo “Aldong” Parojinog and fourteen others were killed in police raids at San Roque Lawis and Baybay Santa Cruz last July 30, 2017.

According to the police chief of Northern Mindanao, Chief Supt. Timoteo Pacleb, the Criminal and Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) were simultaneously serving search warrants at 2:30 a.m. when they faced violent resistance from the family of the Mayor.

Vice Mayor Nova Parojinog, the daughter of Mayor Reynaldo has survived the gunfire. The vice mayor and her brother Reynaldo “Dodo” are now in Manila for inquest proceedings. Both were included in the search warrants, according to CNN.

The Parojinog siblings are facing a complaint of violation of Section 11 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act (possession of dangerous drugs) and Section 21 of the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act (acquisition or purchase and sale of firearms and ammunition).

Read more here: PNP raid kills Ozamiz Mayor Parojinog and 14 others

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