September 22, 2017, 5:54 pm
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Carl’s 14-year-old friend found dead, stabbed 30 times

REYNALDO de Guzman, a 14-year-old boy who was last seen with slain teenager Carl Angelo Arnaiz on the night of August 17, was found dead in Gapan, Nueva Ecija last Tuesday. His body bore 30 stab wounds.

Supt. Peter Madria, Gapan City chief of police, said the body of De Guzman, also known as “Kulot,” was positively identified by his parents in a funeral parlor on Wednesday.

The boy’s body was found by residents at Kinamatayang Kabayo Creek in Barangay San Roque at around 11 a.m. Tuesday, a day after Arnaiz, the 19-year-old former University of the Philippines student, was buried.

Arnaiz went missing along with De Guzman last August 17 and turned up dead on August 28 in a funeral parlor in Caloocan City. Police said Arnaiz held up a taxi driver and was shot dead by responding cops, who said he fired at them.

Arnaiz’ death, along that with Kian delos Santos, a 17-year-old Grade 11 student killed in an anti-illegal drugs operation in Caloocan City last August 16, has sparked public outcry against President Duterte’s war on drugs, which has claimed thousands of lives.

Madria said De Guzman’s body was not yet in a state of decomposition, indicating he was killed a day or two before he was found. He added the boy’s head was wrapped with plastic tape when it was discovered.

He said residents noticed a vehicle stop at the creek at dawn Tuesday and its occupants seemed to dump something there but did not mind as it was still dark.

Madria said De Guzman’s father identified him through a wart on his left knee and a mark on his neck. 

De Guzman, a Grade 5 student at the Maybunga Elementary School in Pasig City, and Arnaiz were last seen alive on August 17 in Cainta, Rizal where they both live. Arnaiz reportedly asked permission from his parents that he and De Guzman would buy food.

Arnaiz was killed at around 3 a.m. of August 18 by two policemen in Caloocan City after he allegedly held up a taxi driver who said Carl hailed him in Navotas.  

Police Officer 3 Niño Cabog, who is handling De Guzman’s case, said the boy’s parents agreed to have their son autopsied. The autopsy will reveal if he also had been shot.

A video showed the boy’s mother, Lina Gabriel, standing in front of her son’s corpse, saying: “Wala silang awang pumatay sa batang nawawala. Tinadtad nila ng saksak (They mercilessly killed a defenseless, missing child. They stabbed him all over).”

DUTERTE MEETS WITH CARL’S PARENTS

President Duterte yesterday ordered Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II to oversee the investigations on the death of Arnaiz.

The President, during the anniversary of the Social Security System (SSS), said he was late for the celebration because he met with Arnaiz’ parents, Carlito and Eva, and sister Camille at the Malago Clubhouse in Malacañang.

Also present in the meeting were Aguirre,    Public Attorney’s Office chief Persida Acosta and special assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence Go.

The President assured the Arnaiz family of a thorough and impartial investigation on the case.

Presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella the other day also assured that there will be no whitewash and that those who will be found responsible would be made accountable.

Caloocan City Mayor Oscar “Oca” Malapitan yesterday said his administration will continue to support the city police under its newly-installed chief, Senior Supt. Jemar Modequillo.

“Malungkot para sa akin ang dalawang magkasunod na insidente ng pagkamatay ng estudyanteng sila Kian delos Santos at Carl Angelo Arnaiz na nagsilbing dagok at dungis sa reputasyong matagal na iningatan ng ating liderato sa Caloocan,” he told reporters.

“Nakalulungkot talaga pero hindi ito dahilan para huminto tayo sa kampanya laban sa droga at kriminalidad lalo na ngayong patuloy ang pag-unlad ng lungsod at pagtaas ng antas ng kabuhayan ng ating mga mamamayan,” he added.

Modequillo, for his part, asked the city’s 188 barangay chairmen to support and cooperate with the local police, especially when implementing the city’s ordinances, including curfew hours. – With Jocelyn Montemayor, Ashzel Hachero, and Angela Lopez de Leon



 
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