THE Philippine National Police (PNP) expressed disappointment on the digital vandalism on the wall of their national headquarters in Camp Crame, Quezon City by militant group Concerned Artist of the Philippines Monday evening.
According to PNP spokesman Brig.General Bernard Banac, the latest expressive attack by vandals on the walls of Camp BGen Rafael T. Crame, a national historic site where the unfolding events of the EDSA People Power Revolution happened in 1986, is not acceptable.
He said even if the vandals did not leave any visible mark, the attack is totally deplorable.
“Although the vandals did not leave any visible mark, the fact that the attack targeted a national historic site on the same day that the country commemorates the anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution makes it totally deplorable,” Banac said.
“Much as we respect the freedom of the vandals to express their sentiments, we believe this freedom has limits and must not step beyond national interest,” Banac added.
Last Monday, the group made a digital vandalism on the wall of Camp Crame using a projector wherein they displayed a wanted poster of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
The digital vandalism was part of the group’s way of expressing their protest on alleged human rights abuses committed by the Duterte administration.