‘Bato’ sad when he saw Palparan at NBP

Bureau of Correction (BuCor) Chief Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa admitted that he felt sad for convicted Retired Army General Jovito Palparan when they first met on Thursday morning at the Reception and Diagnostic Center (RDC) of the New Bilibid Prison (NBP).

“I felt sad when I first saw him but still he have to face it and he has to go through normal process, the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP),” Dela Rosa told Bulacan mediamen during his visit as special guest in a birthday party on Thursday of former President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s security chief in Davao City Retired Police General Francisco Villaroman in Barangay Capihan, San Rafael, Bulacan.

Dela Rosa assured the people of Palparan’s safety inside the NBP.

He said Palparan will spend his 55 days inside the RDC to undergo assessment and reformatory program then he will be transferred to the quarantine building for psychological counseling before being transferred to the maximum security compound.

BuCor chief Dela Rosa assured that no special treatment will be given to Palparan and his convicted officers.
Palparan and two others were sentenced last month Malolos Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 15 Judge Alexander Tamayo or Reclusion Perpetua or 20 to 40 years imprisonment for the 2006 kidnapping and disappearance of University of the Philippines students Sherlyn Cadapan and Karen Empeño.

After handing down the sentence, Malolos RTC Branch 15 issued a commitment order for the transfer of Palparan, and Lt. Col. Felipe Anotado Jr. and Staff Sgt. Edgardo Osorio to NBP.

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