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Tambako continues to remain quiet on Mamasapano incident

Police Director Benjamin Magalong (left) shows the completed Mamasapano Clash report to Philippine National Police officer-in-charge Leonardo Espina (center) and Interior Secretary Mar Roxas. STAR/Boy Santos

The Philippine National Police still couldn’t make Mohamad Ali Tambako talk regarding what happened in Mamasapano, Maguindanao last January 25.

According to Pol. Dir. Benjamin Magalong, Tamako, the founder of the Justice For Islamic Movement, remains quiet on his alleged participation in the Mamasapano tragedy.

Magalong added that they already questioned Tambako regarding Basit Usman too.

The said leader of the JIM movement is currently under the custody of the PNP CIDG while waiting for the recommendation of the Department of Justice Prosecutors’ on his latest Illegal Possession of Firearms case and where he will be jailed.

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