A death of a prosecutor in Caloocan City was featured in U.S based newspaper Washington Times. But the man claimed by the newspaper as one of the casualties of President Duterte’s War on Drugs is still posting on social media.
Darwin Cañete was featured in an American newspaper article about the War on Drugs of President Rodrigo Duterte.
According to the article, the corpse of Darwin Cañete, a 20 year old man became one of the casualties of the anti-illegal drug operation of the Philippine National Police in Caloocan.
But Darwin Cañete proved that he’s still alive by sharing the article of the newspaper where he was featured on his Facebook account.
He also urged his friends to not ask the newspaper to correct the article because he found it hilarious.
Cañete even made a joke about his death on the newspaper.
His friend and columnist Jojo Robles reacted on the article, calling it ‘bizarre’.
Robles also explained that Cañete was the one who often called upon to perform inquest of drug-related crimes in the city of Caloocan.
The post of Robles gave an idea to the Netizens that the journalist who written the article mistakenly thought that Cañete who performing an inquest during that night was one of the casualties.