Lascañas said that it's normal to doubt someone with two testimonies.
Lascañas said that their group buried more or less 100 bodies in "The Quarry."
One of the reforms Lascañas is hoping for the police is for the killings to stop.
"Gusto ko pong patunayan na totoo po ang mga nangyari sa Davao." - Lascañas
Lascañas said that he cares for the PNP that he wants others to know what's happening in Davao.
Lascañas admits that his two brothers were users of illegal drugs
PNP: We are employing a two-pronged approach in our campaign. One is against illegal drugs while the other is for the internal cleansing in the organization.
PNP says it will create special groups to investigate into the allegations of Lascañas.
Lascañas said that they made it appear that the deaths happened during legitimate operations.
Lascañas said that they were motivated because of the reward system.
Lascañas said that every station commander had his own death squad.
Sonny Buenaventura was the one who gave us money after each operation.
Lascañas said he received P100,000 month for 12 years.
Sen. Bam Aquino now asking questions
Villanueva to Lascañas: Ano talaga yung motivation niyo? Pabagsakin si Pangulong Duterte? Ito po ba ay warning sa amin sa senado?
Villanueva: Paano niyo po nakayanang magsinungaling after yung inyong spiritual encounter? May kulang po kaya sa inyong spiritual renewal?
Villanueva asks why Lascañas has lied after his claimed spiritual encounter.
Villanueva: Puntahan ko po yung spiritual encounter. Hindi po ako magmamagaling sa Biblia. Personal encounter po yan.
Lascañas claims that Sonny Buenaventura ordered him to kill a priest who was critical of then Mayor Duterte in his homilies.
Lascañas said that he had defied the order of Sonny Buenaventura to kill a priest.
Lascañas says he did not kill anymore after his supposed spiritual renewal
Sen. Trillanes now asking Lascañas some questions
Sen. Pacquiao, consuming the time of Sen. Villanueva, explains what spiritual renewal is.
Lascañas claims that he was ordered to kill one policeman who testified at the Senate.
Lascañas cites fear for his and his family's security for lying the last time he was at the Senate.
Lascañas admits that he was ordered by then Mayor Duterte to kill.
Pacquiao, after brief talk with Sotto, withdraws his motion.
Pacquiao, after asking a series of questions to test the credibility of Lascañas, moves to cite the former Davao police officer for contempt.
Sen. Pacquiao moves to cite Lascañas for contempt. Sen. Hontiveros objects.
Sen. Manny Pacquiao states that he believes the first statement of Lascañas. He adds he doubts statement of Lascañas given today.
Sen. Tito Sotto cites a Supreme Court ruling that says the High Court generally treats recantations with disfavor.
Sen. Risa Hontiveros cites a case in which recantation became a better source of information than recanted statement.
Lacson questioned why spiritual renewal came first before Lascañas lied in the earlier hearing in October. Lascañas answered that he was fearful of the lives of his loved ones.
Lascañas said that he gambled his own life and the lives of his loved ones 'for the sake of the truth' and did not change his testimony for money.
Sen. Manny Pacquiao asks Lascañas if he was paid to appear before the Senate. (The same question was raised by Cayetano, and Lascañas already answered no.)
Countering the myth that Davao City is drug-free, Lascañas says there is still a drug trade in Duterte's bailiwick.
Lascañas says Oplan Tokhang began when current PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa became Davao City chief.
Lascañas says some similarities between recent incidents and those in Davao City are riding-in-tandem operations, bodies covered in packaging tapes and cardboard signs.
Hontiveros questioned if there are similarities between recent EJKs and their operations at DDS. Lascañas answered "Yes, your honor."
Answering Cayetano's question on what he thinks is the Waterloo of Matobato's testimony, Lascañas says it was his account of the killing of Jun Bersabal. "Wala po siyang personal knowledge nito," Lascañas says.
Lascañas says there are things that Matobato said that was not true. He said Matobato tagged the wrong suspect in the killing of Jun Pala.
Cayetano goes through Lascañas' affidavit.
Cayetano makes Lascañas admit that he has no personal knowledge of the founding of the liquidation squad in 1988, as he was only recruited in 1989. "So mali po itong affidavit n'yo? Nag-assume lang kayo?" Cayetano said
Lascañas says the DDS did not have a name. "Pag-enter ko po sa anti-crime unit, kami na po ang unang grupo na gumagawa ng... salvaging."
Lascañas said he was a member of the task force formed by Duterte and the police city director which is different from the Davao Death Squad. The anti-crime task force is a legitimate group, he says.
Cayetano now about to ask Lascañas questions. He suggests that there is another side interested in the proceedings—those affected by reforms of the Duterte administration, specifically drug lords.
Lascañas says his family is being kept safe with the help of priests.
Among the supposed projects or business deals that opened for Lascañas was a Customs brokerage, management of a transport terminal and projects in quarrying and gambling.
"Parang successful ang pagsisinungaling ko," Lascañas says, adding that some groups with vested interests wanted to use his personality.
Lascañas says he was approached by several groups offering him various opportunities after his October 2016 Senate testimony. Lascañas says the groups thought he was "Duterte's man" because he denied allegations against the Davao Death Squad and Duterte at the hearing.
Sen. JV Ejercito now asking Lascañas about his loyalty to Duterte. The senator asks him why he would decide speak out against Duterte after he has retired from the police force.
"Na-kunsensya po ako," Lascañas says.