NBI seizes DVDs of video footage of alleged Mamasapano clash being sold in Iligan

By , on February 13, 2015

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MANILA — Agents of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) have raided three areas in Iligan City for selling DVDs containing video footage allegedly in connection with the Mamasapano clash.

According to Atty. Alex Carbonay, chief of the NBI-Iligan City, the DVDs are being sold for Php25 each.

Carbonay said that they confiscated the DVDs and told the merchants to stop the selling of the said DVDs because it may cause trouble.

He added that it cannot be avoided that those who would watch the said video footage may enflame their feelings, hence, it should not even be distributed.

Under Article 201 of the Revised Penal Code (RPC), those who sell or distribute films or videos which are contrary to morals are penalized with a fine of up to Php12,000.