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Death comes for a child in Philippines’ drug war killings

MANILA (UCAN): On the eve of Passion Sunday, Agripino Martinez went to bed thinking that all his children were already asleep. He did not know that one of his sons went out in the middle of the night.
About midnight, Agripino woke up when he heard the repeated knocking on his door. Policemen had shot his 14-year-old son, Sean Christian, he was told.
Slowly, very slowly, Agripino drove his old jeep to the scene. While driving, the man’s body was shaking. Another son was crying on the passenger seat.

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