Former Solicitor General Florin Hilbay posted on Facebook about a 6 and 13 year old children that were killed during a police operation.
Hilbay shared a screenshot from DZRH News which says, “UPDATE: Tatlong patay matapos umanong manlaban sa police operation sa New Lower Bicutan Taguig nakilala na.”
According to Hilbay, the killings continue and the people "must continue to show outrage, for the sake of Filipinos who suffer from this inhumanity, and to awaken the conscience of the nation.”
Meanwhile, netizen Imee Callao revealed the real story about the minors who were killed in the police operation.
Callao posted on her Facebook account an article from Philstar which says,
“A 42-year-old man was shot dead by police officers after he allegedly stabbed his two sons to death in their house in Taguig City yesterday morning.”
Imee Callao / Photo from Facebook
Callao said that Hilbay was spreading fake news.
As of writing, the post of Hilbay was already deleted.
Read the full post of Imee Callo below:
DRUG-CRAZED FATHER STABBED TWO SONS TO DEATH
You are spreading fake news, Florin Hilbay. The real story for the minors killed as below.
A 42-year-old man was shot dead by police officers after he allegedly stabbed his two sons to death in their house in Taguig City yesterday morning.
The city police received a call from a concerned citizen about a commotion in a house on Pangilinan street in New Lower Bicutan, according to Chief Superintendent Tomas Apolinario, Southern Police District director.
Ariston Nacion allegedly tried to stab the police officers sent to verify the report, prompting them to shoot him. He died at the scene, Apolinario said.
The police officers found the bodies of Nacion’s sons Jivo, 13, and Lancem, 6.
Apolinario alleged that Nacion stabbed them while under the influence of illegal drugs after talking on the phone to his wife, who works in Hong Kong as a domestic helper.
He said Nacion allegedly killed his sons in a fit of jealousy fueled by the use of illegal drugs, but noted that Nacion is not on the barangay drug watchlist.
A sachet of shabu was recovered at the crime scene, Apolinario said.