Philippine police officer wanted for murder of Norwegian 18-year-old in Quezon


A police officer from Manila calls for the murder of the Norwegian 18-year-old Michael Troy Johansen Rasay, according to the newspaper Philippine Daily Inquirer.

Rasay was killed Sunday when he allegedly tried to stop a fight in the town of QuezonCity, Philippines.

Those involved in the brawl have turned against the 18-year-old, and a witnesses did see him fight with one of the policeman’s colleagues just before shots were fired.

Police Chief George Regis in Quezon City Police District (QCPD) said to the Philippine Daily Inquirer that the police officer has not shown up for work since the shooting and that he has not been in his home.

– He should turn himself in so that this matter can be resolved quickly, said police.

The murder happened outside a bar. The police found the suspect’s identity because he handed over his gun to the security guards at the bar earlier that evening. He then gave the guards his name.

– He was the only person who had handed in a weapon at the bar, said lead investigatoron the case.

According to police, the officer is likely to be charged with murder.

The shooting happened at 5:45 Sunday morning local time. 18-year-old was pronounced dead at hospital at 7.35

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Mexico’s kidnapping nightmare


In 2008, a thousand people were kidnapped in Mexico according to official data, though the real figure is claimed to be at least three times more, and the phenomenon is increasing dramatically.

Three years ago, Hugo Wallace was kidnapped. Kidnappers wanted his money so they led him into a trap and killed him.

And Hugo Wallace is not an isolated case. In Mexico, kidnapping is big business. As France and Mexico negotiate the case of Florence Cassez, a French woman convicted of kidnapping, FRANCE 24 takes you to a country were over a thousand were kidnapped last year.

In Mexico, a country rife with corruption, our reporters met the victims as well as the authorities who are meant to be fighting this plague. Families who have a lost a member to kdinapping assaults must cope with an inefficient and sometimes complicit police.

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