Police are planning to press charges against over 150 militants

Police are planning to press charges against over 150 militants , Rani

The Police Regional Office-7 needed to scatter the nonconformists after they began breaking the door of the police central station. 

The nonconformists were irate after the PRO-7 played a boisterous music to suffocate the commotion from the activists. 

Requesting the police to kill the music, something like 10 dissenters began slamming and pushing the door of the camp. 

College of the Philippines teacher Phobee Zoe Sanchez said they were insulted by the boisterous music played by the police while they were having an action outside the police camp. 

"Sa kadaghanan ang dalan, mao typical naa mi sa gawas, maong diri mi mubarog, ila ilubong among tingog pinaagi aning kusog kayo nga sounds, nabastos mi ani," Sanchez said. 

(The street is for everyone, that is the reason we are here remaining outside, however they need to suffocate our voices by playing an exceptionally boisterous music. We were offended." 

Senior Superintendent Remos Medina said they were simply observing the rally from his office, when the dissidents began winding up wild inciting him to go out and endeavored to arrange. Medina said the dissenters were requesting that they turn off the music. 

Senior Superintendent Ronald Oliver Lee, Chief Directorial Staff, likewise attempted to arrange however wound up in a warmed contention with the nonconformists. 

"Sinabi ko sa kanila, huwag sila manira ng property kapag naninira sila, huhulihin namin sila, papayagan sila, huwag lang sila manira – most extreme resistance dad naman," Lee said. 

Be that as it may, Supt. Pedrillo Villamor, head of the provincial base camp security unit, chose to scatter the nonconformists to counteract further incitement. 

"Gipugnangn nato nga mo-raise kay kuyaw man to, kay ang pulis once masuko bowl mamusil," Villamor said. 

(We kept the circumstance from raising since it was at that point hazardous, when the police are incited it may finish up in shooting) 

Medina said they will examine the episode and document charges against the dissidents. 

"As a matter of first importance, wala man sila license, it ought to have been tranquil wala dapat ingun ana, pwede ra I-endure ang lack of respect to specialists bahalag hindi maganda tingnan – they ought to in any event demonstration in like manner, we regard naman their rights," he said. 

The aggressor bunches were holding dissent activities yesterday to honor the 33rd EDSA People Power Revolution.

CEBU PROTESTER DAMAGE POLICE CAMP
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