Korean TV: PNP is the Most Corrupt Police Organization in Asia

The Philippine National Police (PNP) takes another blow after Korean TV Network Arirang called the Philippine Police “the most corrupt police organization in Asia.

The popular TV network discussed Friday the death of Jee Ick-joo with Korean police Spokesperson Col. Shin Woo-bin.

“The death of Jee struck the South Korean nation with grief and disbelief. It was unimaginable how our Philippine counterpart murdered a foreigner just because of money. Although the Philippine government already asked an apology and promised to give justice to our brother, the Korean people despise the wrongdoings made by some members of the Philippine police. I believe it is safe to say that the Philippine National Police is the most corrupt police organization among our neighbors in Asia”, Shin said.

The death of Jee Ick-joo prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to suspend his war on drugs and focus on cleaning the PNP.

Several police officers have been detained including Police Superintendent Rafael Dumlao, the alleged mastermind.

Despite of the shameful incident, PNP Director Ronald Dela Rosa still believe that the moral of the PNP is still high.

Police is still investigating on the case of Jee Ick-joo, which allegedly includes some member of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents.

The Korean police officer also warned Korean nationals who are currently in the Philippines, to be more careful and vigilant.

The kidnapping, extortion, and murder of Jee Ick-joo is more embarrassing to the PNP than the death of SAF 44 according to human rights lawyer and international law expert Atty. Diosdado Prado. /Samantha Aragon/
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