'Hiyang-hiya ako' - Bato after South Korean businessman killed inside Camp Crame

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'HIYANG-HIYA AKO'
Bato: South Korean businessman was killed inside Camp Crame

Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa on Thursday said South Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo was killed inside Camp Crame.
Dela Rosa said he was livid and ashamed that the killing was done at the national police headquarters.


"Very angry. Very offended. Kung pwede lang matunaw ako ngayon sa kinalalagyan ko sa hiya. It happened sa loob ng Camp Crame. Kinuha nila doon sa Caloocan, dinala doon sa loob ng Camp Crame, at doon pinatay. Kung pwede lang matunaw ako ngayon sa hiya. Hiyang-hiya ako," he said in a briefing in Malacañang.

He said that as per the testimony of one of the witnesses, it was SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel who strangled Jee to death.

"If I have my way, papatayin ko kayong mga police kayo. But I cannot do it," he added.
The PNP chief said President Rodrigo Duterte has been briefed about Jee's case, but refused to divulge further details.

"Amin na lang iyon. Galit siya. Galit si Presidente," he said.

Dela Rosa said he was against any move to make Sta. Isabel, who is now under National Bureau of Investigation custody, a state witness.

"Paano nilang gawing state witness ang pinaka-most guilty? Paano nila gagawin iyon? I will protest if gagawin nilang state witness ang gagong iyon," he said.

A few minutes after, he received a message from Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II that there are no plans to make Sta. Isabel a state witness.

Not new

Dela Rosa apologized to South Korea for the incident.


"I'm very sorry na nangyari itong krimen na ito at mga tao ko pa iyong involved. Kung sa kanila sa Korea, iyong kanilang customs at traditions na mag-harakiri sila sa sobra hiya, ako hindi ko kaya kasi masakit kung gawin ko. Gusto ko lang matunaw. Gusto ko lang mag-disappear dito sa mundo dahil sa hiya dahil sa ginagawa ng tao ko," he said, referring to the Japanese ritual suicide by cutting the abdomen using a sword.

"I will give them the proper explanation in due time," he added.

Dela Rosa also cited reports that the ashes from the South Korean's cremated remains were flushed down the toilet.

He also revealed that this kidnap-for-ransom style was not new.

"Apparently, matagal na nitong ginagawa, iyong style na ito, na kini-cremate ang kidnap victim kaya pala pagkatanggap ng ranson, wala pa ring bumabalik na kidnap victim na nawawala dahil wala na palang body of the crime dahil ashes na eh. Ashes na iyong tao. Ipa-DNA mo pa iyong ashes. Mabuti kong ma-recover mo iyong ashes. Sabi noong — nag-panic daw iyon. I don’t know how true is that, nag-panic daw iyong isang empleyado ng punerarya, flinush niya daw sa toilet bowl iyong ashes noong Koryano noong pinuntahan," Dela Rosa said. [View full report]
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