With the coronavirus pandemic, countries around the world Various restrictions have been implemented Prevent the spread of disease. However, it seems that they have initiated certain condemnations in certain places, in other words, May threaten the lives of the population. This happened in the Philippines, where a man was accused of breaking the curfew in the country.
But this matter is beyond the normal range. Darren Manaog PeñaredondoThe 28-year-old left home and was arrested by the authorities for violating the country’s quarantine regulations.Everything shows that the officer who arrested him also Make him squat about 300 times. The next day, he returned home with severe seizures and died.
Did people die from squatting in the Philippines?
The situation caused by the pandemic is complicated everywhere, especially in the Philippines. The emergency triggered a wave of authoritarianism against the peoplen may undermine the curfew imposed by the authorities.The most recent case is a movie starring Darren Manaog.
According to him, the man’s illness became popular in the last few days after he left home to buy water. Declared to CNN his family.However, he was detained by the police in Cavite Province and forced him to Do 100 squats non-stop. Every time he stops or cannot stop, he must start again.It is said that he did a total of About 300 repetitions.
“He started convulsing on Saturday, but we were able to resurrect him at home. Then his body failed, so we resurrected him again, but he was already in a coma.…”, The relatives of the deceased commented on the above-mentioned media. According to reports, he died at around 10pm on Friday, April 2.
After the death of this person, the Cavite local government issued a statement promising to investigate the incident. “All policemen who are proven to violate the law Will be dealt with with corresponding administrative and criminal sanctions“Deputy Minister of Public Affairs Jonathan Malaya (Jonathan Malaya) said.
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The situation in the Philippines
The death of Darren Manaog once again ignited a strong debate within the President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte talked about the pandemic. One of the most controversial events is the one that happened to happen in April 2020, when it opened the way for anyone who did not observe the curfew.
“The situation is getting worse. I warn once again the seriousness of the problem, you must listen… My order to the police and the military is that if there is a problem, and for some time they must respond, and their lives are in danger, Shoot“Say Television statement collected by El País newspaper.
Amnesty International and other organizations criticized the Philippine President’s approach, saying Excessive use of force violates the human rights of citizens, Even if they have to go out to work or perform necessary activities.