Quantcast

Police arrested another Ampatuan massacre suspect

By |


PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. Generoso Cerbo Jr. INQUIRER.NET FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Police arrested another suspect allegedly involved in the infamous 2009 Ampatuan massacre, bringing the total number of involved suspects to 106, a spokesman for the Philippine National Police said.

Chief Superintendent Generoso Cerbo Jr. identified the suspect as Kudza Uguia Masukat, who was arrested in Barangay Tugal, Midsayap, North Cotabato at around 10:15 a.m. earlier this week.

Masukat, who also use aliases Datu Teng Ibrahim and Mustapha Ibrahim, didn’t resist arrest when he was cornered by joint elements of police and military while he was heading toward Datu Piang in Maguindanao onboard a motorcycle.

“Masukat’s way was sealed and could not make any move to extricate himself,” CIDG said, adding that they “are very sure that he is the same Masukat whose photo appeared in a poster circulated by the PNP and the DILG [Department of Interior and Local Government].”

A P250,000 bounty was offered for Masukat’s arrest.

Masukat was placed under police custody at the ARMM-Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit in Cotabato City.

Fifty-eight people were killed, including 32 journalists, in the massacre.


Follow Us


Recent Stories:

Complete stories on our Digital Edition newsstand for tablets, netbooks and mobile phones; 14-issue free trial. About to step out? Get breaking alerts on your mobile.phone. Text ON INQ BREAKING to 4467, for Globe, Smart and Sun subscribers in the Philippines.

Tags: Datu Teng Ibrahim , Generoso Cerbo Jr. , Kudza Uguia Masukat , Kudzu Uguia Masukat , Midsayap , Mustapha Ibrahim , North Cotabato , PNP , Police




Copyright © 2014, .
To subscribe to the Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper in the Philippines, call +63 2 896-6000 for Metro Manila and Metro Cebu or email your subscription request here.
Factual errors? Contact the Philippine Daily Inquirer's day desk. Believe this article violates journalistic ethics? Contact the Inquirer's Reader's Advocate. Or write The Readers' Advocate:
c/o Philippine Daily Inquirer Chino Roces Avenue corner Yague and Mascardo Streets, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines Or fax nos. +63 2 8974793 to 94
Advertisement
Advertisement
Marketplace
Advertisement