Radio host Juan Jumalon, 57, shot dead during livestream after gunman broke into home studio pretending to be a listener

A radio anchor in the Philippines has been shot lifeless when doing a stay Fb broadcast.

Juan Jumalon, known as DJ Johnny Walker, was shot twice in Calamba right after a gunman brazenly entered the home studio pretending to be a listener, cops said.

Juan Jumalon, known as DJ Johnny Walker, was shot to death during a live broadcast


Juan Jumalon, recognised as DJ Johnny Walker, was shot to loss of life during a dwell broadcast

Mr Jumalon was live-streaming on Fb at all around 05:30 regional time when the suspect entered the recording booth and shot him.

The “listener” requested authorization to announce “something vital on air”, the BBC experiences.

Horrifying footage showed the 57-calendar year-outdated on the lookout up at a little something away from the digital camera ahead of the shots ring out.

He then slumps back in his chair as the tunes performs on. 

The attacker was then witnessed snatching the DJ’s gold necklace just before fleeing on a motorcycle with a companion who had been ready outside the house Jumalon’s dwelling. 

The attacker was not viewed on the Facebook livestream but police reported they were examining if safety cameras set up in the property and at his neighbours recorded anything.

The DJ’s wife took him to hospital instantly immediately after the incident, but it is recognized medical practitioners pronounced him useless on arrival.

Jumalon’s broadcasts were being commonly aired on 94.7 Gold Mega Calamba FM Facebook webpage, which has all-around 2,400 followers.

The Philippines has extensive been regarded as one of the most hazardous locations for journalists in the planet.

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. strongly condemned the taking pictures and mentioned he requested the national law enforcement to keep track of down, arrest and prosecute the killers.

“Assaults on journalists will not be tolerated in our democracy and individuals who threaten the flexibility of the push will confront the comprehensive outcomes of their actions,” Marcos reported in a statement.

The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines, a push freedom watchdog, explained Jumalon was the 199th journalist to be killed in the state because 1986.

“The assault is even extra condemnable since it happened at Jumalon’s individual house, which also served as the radio station, the watchdog stated.

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