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The next morning the image of the grieving woman and her partner, seemingly shot by vigilantes, was splashed across the front pages of the nation's newspapers. They called it the Philippines "Pieta" photo, a nod to Michelangelo's sculpture of the same name, in which Mary clasps the dying Jesus. The 'Pieta" photograph, in which Jennilyn Olayres clings to the body of her partner, Michael Siaron, who was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in Pasay City, Metro Manila, in July 2016. CNN special: City of the Dead: A neighborhood destroyed by Duterte's war on drugs If not for the searing image, Siaron might have been forgotten. Olares moved away after their home -- which had perched on stilts precariously over a stinking, trash-filled canal -- was demolished. The shanty home -- now demolished -- of Jennilyn Olayres and Michael Siaron, who was shot dead by an unidentified gunman. The image of his body being cradled by Olayres was seen around the world. But even without the notoriety of his death, his memory might have lived on in another way. Members of a local rap group called One Pro Exclusive, whose cramped home studio is in a tenement in the neighborhood where Siaron once lived, have paid tribute to their slain friend with hip hop. The song is called "Hustisya," the Tagalog word for justice. "When I wrote the song ...

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