CPP leader Julius Giron, 2 others massacred in Baguio City
JOINT ELEMENTS OF the military and police massacred Julius Giron (Ka Nars), his doctor Ma. Lourdes Dineros Tangco, and their aide Arvie Alarcon Reyes on March 13 at 3 a.m. in Barangay Queen of Peace, Baguio City.
Claims made by the military and police that they were about to serve an arrest warrant and that the three “fought back” are outright lies. Ka Nars, 70, was suffering from the infirmities of old age and was under medical treatment.
Ka Nars was one of the stalwarts of the Party’s Central Committee, its Political Bureau and Executive Committee. He played a key role in reconstituting the Party’s leadership and conducting the Party’s 2nd Congress in 2016. His is an exemplar of selfless service to the people. The entire revolutionary movement grieves his death.