JournalismPakistan.com August03, 2013
BANGKOK: A photographer was fatally shot in his home in southern General Santos City on Thursday, the third journalist to be killed in the Philippines in less than a week.
The Committee to Protect Journalists has called on authorities to thoroughly investigate the murder of Mario Sy, identify the motive in the attack, and bring the perpetrators to justice.
An unidentified gunman entered Sy's home and shot him twice in front of his wife and daughter, according to news reports. The accounts said the assailant fled on foot and that Sy died at a local hospital. Police Director Froilan Quidilla said investigators recovered two shell casings from a .45-caliber handgun, the reports said.
Sy, a freelance photographer, regularly contributed to the local Sapol News Bulletin newspaper. John Paul Jubelag, publisher of the paper, said Sy's murder could have been related to his contribution to a photo report on local drug trafficking earlier this year.
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