Aug 4, 2017

Ozamiz Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog And 7 Of His Men Tested Positive Of Gunpowder Burns!


PNP Crime Laboratory released the result of the paraffin test of slain Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and 7 of his men which revealed them positive for gunpowder burns.

This has proven that they engaged in a firefight with the raiding team of the Philippine National Police.

According to the report, released amid criticism by the Parojinog's camp that the police operation was an "overkill," showed that the mayor’s siblings (Misamis Occidental Board Member Octavio Jr. and Mona Parojinog) as well as his wife, Susan, died from the blast of a grenade hurled by one of the Parojinogs’ men.

At a press briefing,  Supt. Dionardo Carlos said that the results of the paraffin tests on the bodies proved there was an exchange of gunfire in the raid on the Parojinogs' compound in Ozamiz City.

There was an exchange of gunfire and it will reinforce that there was a gun battle in the premises because of the bodies that tested positive for gunpowder nitrates.

Carlos said that of the 16 killed in Sunday's raid, eight had traces of gunpowder nitrate in their hands. There were no casualties on the police side.

He said only the bodies which had firearms near them were subjected to the paraffin test.

"The test excluded Susan and Mona Parojinog who had no guns near their bodies and had blast injuries," he said.

Autopsy was conducted on eight bodies, including all of the slain Parojinogs. "There were seven (bodies) that were not autopsied because the families waived the autopsy," he said.
Source: Youtube



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