Rappler's latest stories on Kian Delos Santos
The man shown in a photo with Vice President Leni Robredo is a former Uber driver, not a cop involved in Kian delos Santos' slay
President Rodrigo Duterte says he might pardon the 3 policemen 'one million years from now'
Hindi pa tapos ang laban, ang susunod na yugto: ang pakikipagbuno sa paglimot. Dahil kaluluwa natin bilang isang bansa ang nakataya
(UPDATED) Of the 20,000 estimated deaths in the 'war on drugs,' the government has investigated only 76, excluding numbers from Manila, Quezon City, and Taguig
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‘This is a compelling verdict because it tells us that justice is on hand, not just for the young Kian delos Santos, but for the other dubious deaths linked to the drug war’
Vice President Leni Robredo says the guilty verdict handed to the murderers of Kian delos Santos is a 'victory of the nation'
'Never has homicide or murder been a function of law enforcement. The public peace is never predicated on the cost of human life,' says Judge Rodolfo Azucena Jr of Caloocan
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But Philippine National Police spokesman Benigno Durana acknowledges the conviction is a reminder to cops to operate within the bounds of law
The Commission on Human Rights says there must be accountability for all of the other deaths under President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign
President Rodrigo Duterte will not pardon the policemen convicted of murder, says Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo
'Salamat sa Diyos!' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, a drug war critic detested by President Rodrigo Duterte
(3rd UPDATE) The cops face the penalty of reclusion perpetua, or imprisonment for 20 to 40 years, without eligibility for parole
(UPDATED) The death of 17-year-old Kian delos Santos triggers massive condemnation of President Rodrigo Duterte’s violent war on drugs
The court concluded the hearing and set November 26 for the promulgation of judgment
State prosecutor Robert Ong says, 'Halata namang nagsisinungaling siya'
A memorial marker for slain 17-year-old student Kian Loyd delos Santos is unveiled in Caloocan City a year after his death
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Policemen have to answer eyewitness testimonies that accuse them of shooting to death a kneeling teen. PO3 Arnel Oares will be up first.
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Caloocan City cops and their informant are charged with murder and violation of the Dangerous Drugs Act for planting evidence
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DOJ clears the cops' station commander Chief Inspector Amor Cerillo 'because there was the absence of conspiracy'
I, who have lived in and loved this country for so long, have become heart broken. 2017. A very bad year. And yet 2017 has been the best of times.
Rappler revisits the homes of some of the slain teens and reconnects with the people they left behind
The party says lies ‘defined’ the year that was
Senator Leila de Lima calls out the Duterte administration for the death of children and minors in its drug war
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The Caloocan City Police Station is a center of controversy as its own policemen are the suspects in the separate killings of teenagers Kian delos Santos and Carl Arnaiz
Mourning the loss of her firstborn has not been easy for Luzviminda Siapo. While her new barbeque stand has been keeping her busy, there are moments when she would break down and cry while grilling.
Although there are no candles and flowers on Kian delos Santos' tomb on the day of the dead, his uncle, Randy delos Santos, says the 17-year-old is not forgotten
'Ang Undas [na] ito ay hindi lamang pag-alala sa mga pinatay kundi maging sa mga namatayan,' says Senator Leila de Lima
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In a poll held a month after the teenager's death, more than three-fourths of Filipinos who knew about Kian delos Santos said they were worried they or somebody they knew would meet the same fate
Worried by the growing opposition, Duterte may, in fact, miscalculate and declare martial law, which may temporarily slow his regime’s descent into crisis but actually accelerate it in the medium-term
'Observe natin dahil 'onting pagkakamali natin, palalakihin 'yan ng media, sigurado 'yan, sigurado,' claims Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa
The PNP Internal Affairs Service says PO3 Arnel Oares, PO1 Jerwin Cruz, and PO1 Jeremias Pereda planned the killing of Kian delos Santos
The former lawmaker accuses Senator Risa Hontiveros of taking custody of the witnesses, who are minors, without court authorization
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Dela Rosa asks for volunteers among Davao police to replace the entire Caloocan police force, following a string of high-profile deaths that implicated the station
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'I told the parents of Kulot that they can trust the government's Witness Protection Program,' says Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II
PAO chief Persida Acosta says she s confident they have an airtight complaint in the Kian complaint
Aguirre also addresses the photojournalist who took a photo of his text message: Shame on you
Paras says he does not recall receiving Aguirre s purported text message because he receives many texts daily and erases them all at the end of the day
The justice secretary is caught on camera texting a VACC member to expedite cases against the opposition senator – cases whose probable cause will be determined by Aguirre s office