President Duterte Wants to Be Jailed in Bilibid Prison if Ever Got Arrested

President Duterte Wants to Be Detained in New Bilibid Prison If He Will Be Arrested

President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he would choose to be detained in New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa City if he got arrested.

The President stated why he wishes to be imprisoned in the Muntinlupa City Prison during his speech in Zamboanga City. The President stated once again that he will not be tried by the International Criminal Court for suspected crimes against humanity committed during his drug war.

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He stated that he would not allow anyone other than the Philippine Prosecution Service, of which he was a member, to prosecute him. He further stated that if a Filipino judge finds anything wrong with him, he wants him imprisoned.

“I am a Filipino. If there is somebody who will prosecute me, it should be the Philippine Prosecution Service where I was a member. Kung magharap lang naman ako ng tribunal, it should be before a Philippine court. And kung ipakulong ako, gusto ko Pilipino na huwes ang magpakulong sa akin kung may nakita siya na mali,” said the Chief Executive.

The presidenti also stated that he would prefer to be imprisoned only in Muntinlupa City. He stated that he dislikes other jails, and that some people claim that other jails are similar to hotels. He also stated that he wished to complete his tattoos within the NBP.

“At kung magpakulong ako, hindi ako magpakulong sa maski saan. Sabi nila ‘yung mga kulungan nila parang hotel, eh dito ako sa Muntinlupa at ipatapos ko ‘yung mga tattoo ko dito sa kamay. Mayroon ako dito eh. May bulaklak ako dito sa (braso). Iyan ang ginagamit ko pagka maglandi ako sa… start to flirt… Pinagyayabang ko ‘yung tattoo ko,” he continued.

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