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Progressives call for public vigilance vs. US terror-mongering - Bulatlat


Progressives call for public vigilance vs. US terror-mongering - Bulatlat: Led by Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan), protesters also condemned the attack at the Resorts World Manila casino in Pasay City, as they lashed out at US President Donald Trump who prematurely called it “a terrorist attack.” The private intelligence group SITE just as quickly attributed the incident to the extremist group Isis.

Philippine National Police (PNP) officials, however, doubted that the lone assailant had any terrorist motive. Described as a tall, white man, the assailant fired shots inside the casino and started a fire at past midnight June 2. This morning, the Bureau of Fire Protection reported at least 37 bodies were found dead from suffocation inside the casino, while the burnt remains of the assailant was found inside a hotel room, along with stolen casino chips.

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