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Time to up this thread...wala na bang justice sa Pilipinas? :shock:

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58 dead in 3 days in renewed Philippine anti-drug bloodshed

By Jim Gomez (Associated Press) | Updated August 18, 2017 - 8:26am


MANILA, Philippines — Philippine police killed at least 26 more drug and crime suspects in overnight gunbattles in the capital, bringing to 58 the death toll in a renewed bloody crackdown in the last three days that received praises from the president.

President Rodrigo Duterte expressed his satisfaction with the new spike in drug killings and reassured law enforcers Thursday they will not rot in jail if they get entangled in lawsuits.

"If the police and the military get into trouble in connection with the performance of duty, you can expect, I really won't agree for you to be jailed," Duterte said to applause from police officers.

While he acknowledged it may be tough for him to bring the drug menace under control during the rest of his six-year term, Duterte said the deadly crackdown would continue without letup. He announced rewards of 2 million pesos ($40,000) for each drug-linked police officer who would be killed.

"You policemen who are into drugs ... the bounty I'm offering for your head is 2 million. No questions asked. I will not ask who killed you," Duterte told police officers in southern Ozamiz city. "I want you ... dead."

Twenty-six drug and crime suspects were killed and more than 100 others arrested across the congested city in overnight police assaults, said Manila police Chief Superintendent Joel Napoleon Coronel. Officials played down suspicions the slain suspects were victims of extrajudicial killings.


The deaths followed the killings of 32 suspects in separate police anti-drug raids Tuesday in Bulacan province north of Manila. The police operations took place under Duterte's notoriously bloody campaign that has horrified rights groups and sparked a complaint of mass murder against Duterte before the International Criminal Court. The complaint is pending.

Police records show that since the nationwide crackdown started, more than 3,200 alleged drug offenders have been killed in gunbattles with law enforcers. More than 2,000 others died in drug-related killings, including attacks by motorcycle-riding masked gunmen and other assaults.

Human rights groups report a higher toll and demand an independent investigation into Duterte's possible role in the violence.

On Thursday, Duterte traveled under heavy security to congratulate officers in Ozamiz, where police fatally shot 15 people, including the city mayor, Reynaldo Parojinog Sr., who was among the politicians Duterte publicly linked to illegal drugs last year.

Parojinog's wife and followers were killed in the July 30 fight that police said erupted when the mayor's men opened fire as they approached to search their houses. The mayor's daughter, who is the vice mayor, and several others were arrested. The Parojinogs have long denied allegations of their involvement in illegal drugs and firearms trade and keeping armed followers.

The involvement of politicians, even judges and police, in illegal drugs underscores how the problem has spiraled out of control, Duterte said. "Are we or are we not a narcotic country? Yes we are," he said.

Duterte also expressed disgust over an unfolding scandal when a huge amount of illegal drugs shipped from China slipped past the country's ports. Senators are investigating officials of the Bureau of Customs, who Duterte has described as "corrupt to the core."

"So how can I finish it?" Duterte asked, referring to the drug problem and adding that even the U.S. couldn't eradicate illegal drugs. "If America can't do it, much more the Philippines now."

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2 cops kill anticrime crusader in Mindoro
By: Madonna Virola, Maricar Cinco - @inquirerdotnetPhilippine Daily Inquirer / 01:03 AM October 14, 2016


CALAPAN CITY—Hours before anticrime crusader Zenaida Luz was shot and killed by two policemen on a motorcycle, one wearing a wig and another a ski mask, she received text messages from a supposed drug pusher seeking protection.

The sender, who did not give his name, claimed involvement in killings reported in nearby Bongabong town and asked the 51-year-old Luz, regional head of the Citizens Crime Watch (CCW), for help in protecting his wife and child.

Richard Albert, Luz’s live-in partner, warned her not to leave, but the woman set out past 11 p.m. on Sunday and waited for the message sender outside their house, which also served as the CCW office, in Barangay Maligaya in Gloria town.


Albert was away at the time and Luz was left with her two children and CCW staff member Mylin Licop in the house.

“It was a decoy,” said Albert, 54, who added that his partner was unaware of the ploy.

“Knowing Zeny, she was strong outside but very soft inside,” he said, and so she went to answer the call for help.

A motorcycle drove by and one of its riders shot Luz. The gunmen also shot her phone that fell on the ground.

Senior Supt. Christopher Birung, Oriental Mindoro police director, said several witnesses alerted the Gloria police about the killing, prompting a chase.

Pursuing policemen cornered the gunmen in Barangay Quinabigan in Pinamalayan town, about 3 kilometers away, triggering a shootout in which the suspected assassins were wounded.

‘Tropa, tropa’

“When they fell to the ground, they began screaming, ‘Tropa, tropa (troops, troops),’” Birung said.


It turned out that the gunmen were ranking police officers—Senior Insp. Magdaleno Pimentel Jr. and Insp. Markson Almeranez.

Pimentel was relieved of his position at the Oriental Mindoro Police Public Safety Company, while Almeranez was removed as police chief of Socorro town following the attack.


Last month, Almeranez was honored as an outstanding police commissioned officer by no less than Philippine National Police Director General Ronald dela Rosa during a ceremony in Calapan.

Investigation showed Pimentel, who wore a ski mask, drove the motorcycle, while Almeranez disguised himself by wearing a wig.


“Of course, the responding policemen were shocked when they realized they had shot the officers,” Birung said.

He said the involvement of the two officers, both graduates of the Philippine National Police Academy, puzzled investigators.

Murder case

The PNP on Wednesday filed a murder case against them over Luz’s death and multiple attempted murder related to the gunfight with responding policemen.

Pimentel and Almeranez, who were hit in the stomach, are recuperating in a hospital and have yet to issue statements, Birung said.

Albert said Luz “may have angered many but she did not have any enemy.” He believed the murder was related to her work. The two also ran a small homecare products business.

As an official of CCW, Luz was working on a livelihood program for former drug users and pushers who had surrendered to authorities in response to President Duterte’s call to surrender or die in his no-nonsense war on illegal drugs. —WITH A REPORT FROM JEROME ANING IN MANILA



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Cops in murder of Mindoro anticrime crusader out on bail
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 06:40 AM August 11, 2017




The two police officers charged with the murder of anticrime crusader Zenaida Luz in Oriental Mindoro province were released on bail after the court found the evidence presented against them as weak.

Juan Agapito Tria III, lawyer of Citizens Crime Watch (CCW) and of the victim’s family, confirmed on Thursday the temporary release of Senior Insp. Magdalino Pimentel Jr. and Insp. Markson Almeranez.

Luz, head of the anticrime watchdog CCW in Mimaropa (Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan) region, was gunned down in Gloria town, Oriental Mindoro on Oct. 9 last year.



“We were surprised to see them (Pimentel and Almeranez) in civilian clothes and no longer in handcuffs this morning,” Richard Albert, Luz’s partner, told the Inquirer in a telephone interview after Thursday’s hearing at the Manila regional trial court (RTC).

In a 15-page order issued on Aug. 3, Manila RTC Judge Daniel Villanueva granted the policemen’s petition for bail and set the bond at P500,000 each.

Lack of merit

This reversed Villanueva’s June 6 decision that denied the policemen’s petition for bail “for lack of merit.”

The policemen, on July 6, filed a motion to reconsider the denial.

The policemen’s bail petition was anchored on the “incongruent testimonies” of witnesses and on the results of the cross-matching where bullets recovered from the crime scene did not match the .45 cal. Caspian pistol seized from Almeranez.

It also said that “conspiracy” was not established.

“[In] the interest of justice and the exercise of its sound discretion, the court finds at this time that the evidence against the accused does not appear to be strong,” read Villanueva’s order, a copy of which was furnished by the family to the Inquirer.


Settlement try

In a separate telephone interview, Luz’s sister, Perlita Alvarez, said the family was “even more surprised” as the release of the policemen came after several failed attempts to settle with Luz’s family.

Tria said they would file a motion for reconsideration.

Pimentel was formerly assigned at the Provincial Public Safety Company while Almeranez was a former police chief of Socorro town in Oriental Mindoro.

They were arrested by fellow policemen after a brief chase on the night Luz was attacked.

Investigators, however, said two more suspects remained at large. —MARICAR CINCO


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:03 am 
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i am all for P-Duterte's campaign against drugs. actually, kahit sinong presidente suportado ko basta laban sa droga.

problema lang, it's a fact na maraming mga ungas dyan sa PNP. ngayon nabuhayan yung kalokohan nila kasi yung police na si Marcos nga kinampihan ni P-Duterte, kahit na dun sa senate investigation lumalabas na murder yung nangyari sa former mayor sa loob ng kulungan. mismong kaalyado ni P-Duterte na mga senador nagsabi nito.

walang problema sa kampanya laban sa droga. ang problema, ang bala ay hindi pinipili kung sino inosente o sino kriminal...

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don robert wrote:
i am all for P-Duterte's campaign against drugs. actually, kahit sinong presidente suportado ko basta laban sa droga.

problema lang, it's a fact na maraming mga ungas dyan sa PNP. ngayon nabuhayan yung kalokohan nila kasi yung police na si Marcos nga kinampihan ni P-Duterte, kahit na dun sa senate investigation lumalabas na murder yung nangyari sa former mayor sa loob ng kulungan. mismong kaalyado ni P-Duterte na mga senador nagsabi nito.

walang problema sa kampanya laban sa droga. ang problema, ang bala ay hindi pinipili kung sino inosente o sino kriminal...



Promoted si Marcos di ba?
What he did was not an isolated case.
Most of the PNP know and understand that sometimes it's needed.
Kaya kahit si Lacson tinanong lang but did not really see it an issue.

Unless we see real reform in the judiciary... some would find Marcos and Espinido necessary.

Eh andaming pagkakataon ng mga ugok na drug personalities to get away....
Babayaran ang ilang pulis imbestigador... if positive, lusot by technicality.
Kapag wala sa pulis, sa piskal... then sa judges...

The 1987 constitution created a perfect mess.


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Pinoy758 wrote:
don robert wrote:
i am all for P-Duterte's campaign against drugs. actually, kahit sinong presidente suportado ko basta laban sa droga.

problema lang, it's a fact na maraming mga ungas dyan sa PNP. ngayon nabuhayan yung kalokohan nila kasi yung police na si Marcos nga kinampihan ni P-Duterte, kahit na dun sa senate investigation lumalabas na murder yung nangyari sa former mayor sa loob ng kulungan. mismong kaalyado ni P-Duterte na mga senador nagsabi nito.

walang problema sa kampanya laban sa droga. ang problema, ang bala ay hindi pinipili kung sino inosente o sino kriminal...



Promoted si Marcos di ba?
What he did was not an isolated case.
Most of the PNP know and understand that sometimes it's needed.
Kaya kahit si Lacson tinanong lang but did not really see it an issue.

Unless we see real reform in the judiciary... some would find Marcos and Espinido necessary.

Eh andaming pagkakataon ng mga ugok na drug personalities to get away....
Babayaran ang ilang pulis imbestigador... if positive, lusot by technicality.
Kapag wala sa pulis, sa piskal... then sa judges...

The 1987 constitution created a perfect mess.


:lol: :lol: :lol:



walang konek yang post mo. ano ba binabasa mo sa isang news daily, Obituary?

kasi nag quote ka pa ng pangalan na si Lacson, eh ito ngang senador na ito ang almang alma sa ginawa ng DOJ at Duterte na binale wala ang senate findings.

paano mo nasabi ng ang 1987 constitution created a perfect mess to support your theorismis on the briberies with the pulis, piskal or judges?

explain mo para makita natin kung me suntansya yang mga pinagsasabi mo. 1958 ka pang pinanganak, mag ayos ka tanda!!!

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Anong aasahan mo kay antats eh bugok yan nung pinanganak hahahahahahah


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don robert wrote:
walang konek yang post mo. ano ba binabasa mo sa isang news daily, Obituary?

kasi nag quote ka pa ng pangalan na si Lacson, eh ito ngang senador na ito ang almang alma sa ginawa ng DOJ at Duterte na binale wala ang senate findings.

paano mo nasabi ng ang 1987 constitution created a perfect mess to support your theorismis on the briberies with the pulis, piskal or judges?

explain mo para makita natin kung me suntansya yang mga pinagsasabi mo. 1958 ka pang pinanganak, mag ayos ka tanda!!!





May maayos bang recommendations ang Senate panel with Lacson sa inbestigasyon nila ke Supt Marcos? Di ba ginaya lang nya si digong... Put@ng-!na :lol:


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Time to up this thread...wala na bang justice sa Pilipinas? :shock:

Ijustice mo mukha mo.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


Dami mong dada hindi ka naman umaattend ng rally. :D

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don robert wrote:
i am all for P-Duterte's campaign against drugs. actually, kahit sinong presidente suportado ko basta laban sa droga.

problema lang, it's a fact na maraming mga ungas dyan sa PNP. ngayon nabuhayan yung kalokohan nila kasi yung police na si Marcos nga kinampihan ni P-Duterte, kahit na dun sa senate investigation lumalabas na murder yung nangyari sa former mayor sa loob ng kulungan. mismong kaalyado ni P-Duterte na mga senador nagsabi nito.

walang problema sa kampanya laban sa droga. ang problema, ang bala ay hindi pinipili kung sino inosente o sino kriminal...

on point.

hanggang Walang napaparusahang g@g0ng pulis / tiwaling opisyal ng govt. prone ang taong Bayan sa abuse at wala tayong laban kung mala blind faith ni PRRD lalo na sa mga pulis ang kung nasa panic ng pulis ang benefit of the doubt ng presidente, nakakatakot.

Imho if PRRD will tolerate these evil govt. employees - Ito magiging mista ng pagkawala ng supporta ng taongbayan sa kanya.

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don robert wrote:
i am all for P-Duterte's campaign against drugs. actually, kahit sinong presidente suportado ko basta laban sa droga.

problema lang, it's a fact na maraming mga ungas dyan sa PNP. ngayon nabuhayan yung kalokohan nila kasi yung police na si Marcos nga kinampihan ni P-Duterte, kahit na dun sa senate investigation lumalabas na murder yung nangyari sa former mayor sa loob ng kulungan. mismong kaalyado ni P-Duterte na mga senador nagsabi nito.

walang problema sa kampanya laban sa droga. ang problema, ang bala ay hindi pinipili kung sino inosente o sino kriminal...

on point.

hanggang Walang napaparusahang g@g0ng pulis / tiwaling opisyal ng govt. prone ang taong Bayan sa abuse at wala tayong laban kung mala blind faith ni PRRD lalo na sa mga pulis ang kung nasa panic ng pulis ang benefit of the doubt ng presidente, nakakatakot.

Imho if PRRD will tolerate these evil govt. employees - Ito magiging mista ng pagkawala ng supporta ng taongbayan sa kanya.



sana makabawi si P-Dut at maging silbi na lesson ito sa kanya. hindi na pwede yung inaasta asta nya dati na mayor sya. ang pagkabastos nya is already becoming a national embarrassment.

he should take the lesson sa nanagyari ke Erap dati, kasi me parallelism sila. nuon, ang popularity rating ni Erap eh napakataas din. dinagdagan pa na he was pushing the right buttons na kung saan kahit yung hindi bumoto sa kanya eh nag wa warm up na sa kanya (ex. his position on supporting Anwar, the then embattled politician from Malaysia who was jailed by Mahathir, was lauded by his critics). kaso, sa sobra kumpiyansa, nagsimula magpabaya sa trabaho, panay inuman sa malacanang, mga kabit nya nakikialam sa gobyerno, etc. ayun, naisahan sya ni Gloria, natanggal sa pwesto.

i think we are all of the same opinion, hindi totally hawak ni P-Dut ang AFP. ingat sya dyan kasi iyan ang dumali ke Erap.

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Digong do not only condone this, he is the mastermind to all of this.

Bulag lang yong magsasabi otherwise.

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Digong do not only condone this, he is the mastermind to all of this.

Bulag lang yong magsasabi otherwise.

ATM this can't be proven - spekulasyon, seemingly, probably...... I bet PRRD's enemies were not lacking in research, they have all the resources to connect the dots pero till now zilch

let's wait malay natin Baka meron din mala "hello garci" scandal si Du30 na talagang magpapabagsak sa popularidad niya?

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lets define EJK again...

baka iba na tinotorot ng mga kaDDS natin...

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