While taking a photo of his family on New Year's Eve, Filipino councilman Reynaldo Dagso inadvertantly photographed his shooter and lead police to his suspected killer's arrest. Read the full story HERE.
Reynaldo Dagsa / The Dagsa Family via AP
In this handout photo provided by the Dagsa Family on Tuesday, Jan. 4, an alleged assassin aims a gun at Reynaldo Dagsa, who was taking a picture of his family early Jan. 1, just outside their residence at Caloocan city, north of Manila, Philippines. Police say Dagsa was shot seconds later and died of his wounds. The photo was given to police by the family and the man identified in the picture was arrested Monday. The original photograph given to the police showed the three surviving family members smiling at the camera. The family, fearing further attacks, requested that the photograph be cropped to protect their identities.
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The wife of killed local village councilman Reynaldo Dagsa views his remains at their home in Caloocan City, east of Manila, Philippines, Jan. 4. Philippine police said slain village councilman Reynaldo Dagsa inadvertently photographed the gunman taking aim at him shortly before he was shot dead on Jan. 1. The suspected gunman was arrested Jan. 3 after the victim‘s family showed police the photograph. City police chief Jude Santos said the photograph showed the gunman, Michael Gonzales, in the background taking aim at Dagsa while a companion served as a lookout.