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Cops shoot rob suspect as he begs for mercy
By Marc Jayson Cayabyab (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 3, 2017 - 12:00am

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MANILA, Philippines — Police officers killed a suspected robber during an alleged shootout at his boarding house in Barangay 178, Caloocan City Friday night.

Mario Balagtas’ fellow boarders, however, have a different story.

“Hindi po ako lalaban. Tama na po. Maawa na po kayo (I won’t fight back. Please stop, have mercy)!” the boarders said were Balagtas’ last words when the police officers barged into the boarding house during what police described as a shootout.


Police said Balagtas was known in the area as a robber, but residents said he had only been renting a room in the boarding house for the past two months.

Self-defense?

Chief Inspector Narciso Cajipe Jr. said yesterday he led seven police officers in conducting Oplan Rody (Rid the Streets of Drunkards and Youth) in Barangay 178 Friday night.

He said they saw three men, two of them shirtless. When they were about to arrest the men for violating a city ordinance against being shirtless in public, two of the men ran away and the third ran to a nearby house, Cajipe said.

Balagtas was allegedly armed and shot at the lawmen, prompting them to fire back, he added.

Cajipe said he fired the shot that killed Balagtas after the suspect reportedly fired his .45 caliber pistol and hit him in the chest.

Cajipe said he was unharmed because he was wearing a bulletproof vest.

Police reported recovering a .45 caliber pistol, three bullets, two fired cartridges and drug paraphernalia at the crime scene.

Balagtas was reportedly known as the leader of a robbery gang operating in the area, Cajipe said, quoting residents’ accounts.

He denied a witness’ account that the suspect pleaded for his life before he was killed.

Multiple witnesses

A neighbor, Armando Bersuela, said he heard Balagtas pleading for mercy when police barged into Balagtas’ room.

Bersuela recounted the time he fell due to vertigo and none of his neighbors helped him out except for Balagtas, whom he described as kind, friendly and liked to crack jokes.

Cajipe dismissed the claim as coming from someone who wanted the police operation to fail.

Bersuela said Balagtas was a good friend who used to sell the bracelets he himself had woven.

Another witness, Mhai Julca, who lived upstairs, said she heard Balagtas asking for mercy, then a thud.

She said she heard the police officers say, “Lumalaban ka? Lumalaban ka (You are fighting back? You are fighting back)?”

Julca said she heard Balagtas reply, “Hindi po ako lumalaban, sir (I’m not fighting back, sir).”

She said she heard two gunshots, more pleading from Balagtas, who fell silent after the third shot.

Julca’s partner John Martin Azcueta said Balagtas even offered to sell cell phones to him, buoying his suspicion the suspect was a robber.

Balagtas was usually visited by two suspicious-looking men, he added.

City police chief Senior Superintendent Jemar Modequillo said yesterday the death of a suspect in an operation meant to round up the drunk and half-naked in public places was an isolated incident.

He earlier said the operation was a bloodless drive to instill discipline.




http://www.philstar.com/metro/2017/12/03/1764762/cops-shoot-rob-suspect-he-begs-mercy

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No EJK? Kin cite slain anticrime crusader’s case
By: Madonna Virola, Maricar Cinco - @inquirerdotnet
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:26 AM October 23, 2017

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CALAPAN CITY — When the administration announced that there were no extrajudicial killings (EJKs) on President Rodrigo Duterte’s watch, it must have missed the case of anticrime crusader Zenaida Luz.

As far as Luz’s family is concerned, her death in Oriental Mindoro is one that perfectly fits the EJK profile.

“Isn’t it [an EJK] when a state agent, someone in authority, unjustly kills a helpless civilian?” her sister Perlita Alvarez asked. “To me, that should be clear enough.”

74 percent

The Philippine National Police recently said there had been no case of EJK over the past year, in reaction to a Social Weather Stations survey that showed 74 percent of Filipinos feared becoming victims themselves of Mr. Duterte’s war on drugs.

The antinarcotics drive has killed thousands of suspects, drawing condemnation in the country and abroad.

EJKs, as defined in Administrative Order No. 35, refer to the killings of journalists or people affiliated with cause-oriented organizations — whether political, environmental, agrarian or labor.

The killers should be state agents or nonstate agents and the attack carried out in a manner showing “deliberate intent to kill,” the order said.

Luz, 51, was the regional chair of Citizens Crime Watch, an anticrime watchdog, when she was gunned down in front of her home in Barangay Maligaya in Gloria town.
Death anniversary

At least two of the four identified gunmen were police officers, one of whom wore a balaclava and the other a woman’s wig to conceal their identities.

On Oct. 9, Luz’s family quietly marked the “babang luksa” on the first death anniversary of a loved one that signifies the end of the mourning
period.

Alvarez, who lives in Batangas province, chose to skip the tradition. “I just don’t feel this is the right time [to move on],” she said.

Prime suspects

She said two prime suspects — Senior Insp. Magdalino Pimentel Jr. and Insp. Markson Almeranez — were released on bail in August.

The court granted the police officers’ petition for bail, saying the prosecution failed to establish “conspiracy” in the murder.

“During one of the hearings, I happened to be seated next to Pimentel. He was no longer in handcuffs then,” Alvarez said.

Uneasy

Feeling uneasy, she said she quietly played a Christian song from her cell phone. “You’d be surprised, Pimentel started [humming to] it,” she said.

The Inquirer’s calls to a cell phone number identified to be Pimentel’s went unanswered, but police sources said Pimentel and Almeranez were recently asked to report to the Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan (Mimaropa) police headquarters here.
Dismissed

Supt. Imelda Tolentino, spokesperson for the regional police, said Pimentel and Almeranez had just “personally received” a copy of the PNP order dismissing them from the service on Tuesday.

“The last time I talked to them, they said they would file an appeal,” said Supt. William Destura, head of the PNP Internal Affairs Service in Oriental Mindoro.

The next court hearing in Manila is scheduled for Oct. 26.
No hatred

“I don’t feel any hatred toward the police,” said Alvarez, a church worker who gives inspirational talk to policemen and inmates in Batangas.

Alvarez said the legal battle was taking its toll on her family but it was standing firm against any offer of settlement.

The policemen in Gloria, who arrested Pimentel and Almeranez on the night of the attack, also felt “demoralized” and exhausted given the slow pace of the court proceedings.

“To be honest, I don’t hate them anymore,” Alvarez said. “They have nothing to answer to our family anymore, but they still have to face the law.”

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 12:21 am 
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Order by the president yan?.. inutusan lahat ng pulis na holdapin at patayin mga inosente? State sponsored?


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Ayos nagkacounterpunch si dr. Kaya lang malapit na maknockout sa kabila. Kawawa.
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‘Suspect unarmed? Give him a gun’
By Christina Mendez (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 20, 2016 - 12:00am

In a speech yesterday, the President Rodrigo Duterte indicated that he had given instructions to plant guns to show that drug suspects resisted arrest. Police have described those who resist as “nanlaban,” most of whom have been shot dead. AP/Bullit Marquez, File

MANILA, Philippines - Has President Duterte given the green light to plant evidence against drug suspects?

In a speech yesterday, the President indicated that he had given instructions to plant guns to show that drug suspects resisted arrest. Police have described those who resist as “nanlaban,” most of whom have been shot dead.

“I said, O sir, if they are there, destroy them also. Especially if they put up a good fight. O ‘pag walang baril, walang – bigyan mo ng baril (If they don’t have a gun, give them a gun). Here’s a loaded gun, fight because the mayor said, let’s fight,” Duterte said.

http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/12/20/1655205/suspect-unarmed-give-him-gun



Duterte vows to reintroduce death penalty
The tough-talking mayor of Davao City warns his campaign threats to kill were not rhetoric
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Updated 7:08 AM, May 16, 2016

He complained on Sunday that people no longer feared the law, and he would change that.

"We have a society now where obedience to the law is really a choice, an option only," he said.

"Do not destroy my country because I will kill you. I will kill you. No middle ground. As long as the requirements of the law are there, if you try to evade arrest, refuse arrest... and you put up a good fight or resist violently, I will say: 'Kill them'."

https://www.rappler.com/nation/133177-duterte-criminals-shoot-kill-capital-punishment



Duterte: Shoot suspects who fight back, make them fight if they don't
By Audrey Morallo (philstar.com) | Updated July 12, 2017 - 6:39pm

Duterte however admitted Wednesday that no president could completely tackle the enormity of the drug problem the Philippines faces.

“Eh ako lang naman ang harap-harap na mag-utos patayin mo yang p***** inang 'yan. Sino pa bang iba? Kung hindi ko kayang ako na mismong p***** ina patayin mo yan. Pagkatapos lumaban. Pagkatapos lumaban,” he said as his audience composed of BJMP personnel erupted in laughter.

He then said: “Dito is pagkalumaban. Ngayon, kung ayaw lumaban, di palabanin mo.”

http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/07/12/1718912/duterte-shoot-suspects-who-fight-back-make-them-fight-if-they-dont



'You are free to kill the idiots': Philippines' Duterte tells police they can shoot ANYONE who resists arrest - two days after the funeral of a boy, 17, who was gunned down and left next to a pigsty by anti-drugs officers

Duterte was delivering prepared speech in Manila when he broke off and ranted
In a direct order to officers, he said it was police's duty to 'overcome resistance'
Kian Delos Santos' funeral was hijacked by hundreds protesting against drug war
Witnesses have described how he was shot in the head by police next to a pigsty
By Gareth Davies For Mailonline
Published: 06:08 GMT, 28 August 2017 | Updated: 09:12 GMT, 28 August 2017

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told police on Monday they were free to kill 'idiots' who violently resist arrest, two days after the funeral of a boy who was gunned down and left next to a pigsty by anti-drugs officers.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 1:02 am 
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Hindi ba sumunod sa order? Binigyan ba ng baril to put up a good fight? Ano ba ang order? kill them if they beg for their lives or give them a gun to put up a good fight?


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 2:38 am 
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meron nang post at quotes na sinabi mismo ng presidente. di mo makita hinahanap mo kasi ayaw mong aminin ang totoo na sinabi ng presidente, several times.

ito lang advise ko, huwag mong hanapin ang wala: utak mo.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:46 am 
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Puro recycled mga post ni dr. Napaglipasan na ng panahon. :D

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Triggereg!! Ahihi

Dapat mansesante ung mga pulis na hindi pumatay ng inosente.. hindi sila sumusunod sa order, biruin mo gano na nga karami ung na aresto na hindi nanlaban? Tsk tsk... mukhang hindi pa nagegets ni DR kung san ako papunta... cge DR hanapin ko muna utak ko and don’t worry idadamay ko na ung sau
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Cops shoot rob suspect as he begs for mercy
By Marc Jayson Cayabyab (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 3, 2017 - 12:00am

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Balagtas

MANILA, Philippines — Police officers killed a suspected robber during an alleged shootout at his boarding house in Barangay 178, Caloocan City Friday night.

Mario Balagtas’ fellow boarders, however, have a different story.

“Hindi po ako lalaban. Tama na po. Maawa na po kayo (I won’t fight back. Please stop, have mercy)!” the boarders said were Balagtas’ last words when the police officers barged into the boarding house during what police described as a shootout.


Police said Balagtas was known in the area as a robber, but residents said he had only been renting a room in the boarding house for the past two months.

Self-defense?

Chief Inspector Narciso Cajipe Jr. said yesterday he led seven police officers in conducting Oplan Rody (Rid the Streets of Drunkards and Youth) in Barangay 178 Friday night.

He said they saw three men, two of them shirtless. When they were about to arrest the men for violating a city ordinance against being shirtless in public, two of the men ran away and the third ran to a nearby house, Cajipe said.

Balagtas was allegedly armed and shot at the lawmen, prompting them to fire back, he added.

Cajipe said he fired the shot that killed Balagtas after the suspect reportedly fired his .45 caliber pistol and hit him in the chest.

Cajipe said he was unharmed because he was wearing a bulletproof vest.

Police reported recovering a .45 caliber pistol, three bullets, two fired cartridges and drug paraphernalia at the crime scene.

Balagtas was reportedly known as the leader of a robbery gang operating in the area, Cajipe said, quoting residents’ accounts.

He denied a witness’ account that the suspect pleaded for his life before he was killed.

Multiple witnesses

A neighbor, Armando Bersuela, said he heard Balagtas pleading for mercy when police barged into Balagtas’ room.

Bersuela recounted the time he fell due to vertigo and none of his neighbors helped him out except for Balagtas, whom he described as kind, friendly and liked to crack jokes.

Cajipe dismissed the claim as coming from someone who wanted the police operation to fail.

Bersuela said Balagtas was a good friend who used to sell the bracelets he himself had woven.

Another witness, Mhai Julca, who lived upstairs, said she heard Balagtas asking for mercy, then a thud.

She said she heard the police officers say, “Lumalaban ka? Lumalaban ka (You are fighting back? You are fighting back)?”

Julca said she heard Balagtas reply, “Hindi po ako lumalaban, sir (I’m not fighting back, sir).”

She said she heard two gunshots, more pleading from Balagtas, who fell silent after the third shot.

Julca’s partner John Martin Azcueta said Balagtas even offered to sell cell phones to him, buoying his suspicion the suspect was a robber.

Balagtas was usually visited by two suspicious-looking men, he added.

City police chief Senior Superintendent Jemar Modequillo said yesterday the death of a suspect in an operation meant to round up the drunk and half-naked in public places was an isolated incident.

He earlier said the operation was a bloodless drive to instill discipline.




http://www.philstar.com/metro/2017/12/03/1764762/cops-shoot-rob-suspect-he-begs-mercy



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No EJK? Kin cite slain anticrime crusader’s case
By: Madonna Virola, Maricar Cinco - @inquirerdotnet
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:26 AM October 23, 2017

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Zenaida Luz

CALAPAN CITY — When the administration announced that there were no extrajudicial killings (EJKs) on President Rodrigo Duterte’s watch, it must have missed the case of anticrime crusader Zenaida Luz.

As far as Luz’s family is concerned, her death in Oriental Mindoro is one that perfectly fits the EJK profile.

“Isn’t it [an EJK] when a state agent, someone in authority, unjustly kills a helpless civilian?” her sister Perlita Alvarez asked. “To me, that should be clear enough.”

74 percent

The Philippine National Police recently said there had been no case of EJK over the past year, in reaction to a Social Weather Stations survey that showed 74 percent of Filipinos feared becoming victims themselves of Mr. Duterte’s war on drugs.

The antinarcotics drive has killed thousands of suspects, drawing condemnation in the country and abroad.

EJKs, as defined in Administrative Order No. 35, refer to the killings of journalists or people affiliated with cause-oriented organizations — whether political, environmental, agrarian or labor.

The killers should be state agents or nonstate agents and the attack carried out in a manner showing “deliberate intent to kill,” the order said.

Luz, 51, was the regional chair of Citizens Crime Watch, an anticrime watchdog, when she was gunned down in front of her home in Barangay Maligaya in Gloria town.
Death anniversary

At least two of the four identified gunmen were police officers, one of whom wore a balaclava and the other a woman’s wig to conceal their identities.

On Oct. 9, Luz’s family quietly marked the “babang luksa” on the first death anniversary of a loved one that signifies the end of the mourning
period.

Alvarez, who lives in Batangas province, chose to skip the tradition. “I just don’t feel this is the right time [to move on],” she said.

Prime suspects

She said two prime suspects — Senior Insp. Magdalino Pimentel Jr. and Insp. Markson Almeranez — were released on bail in August.

The court granted the police officers’ petition for bail, saying the prosecution failed to establish “conspiracy” in the murder.

“During one of the hearings, I happened to be seated next to Pimentel. He was no longer in handcuffs then,” Alvarez said.

Uneasy

Feeling uneasy, she said she quietly played a Christian song from her cell phone. “You’d be surprised, Pimentel started [humming to] it,” she said.

The Inquirer’s calls to a cell phone number identified to be Pimentel’s went unanswered, but police sources said Pimentel and Almeranez were recently asked to report to the Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan (Mimaropa) police headquarters here.
Dismissed

Supt. Imelda Tolentino, spokesperson for the regional police, said Pimentel and Almeranez had just “personally received” a copy of the PNP order dismissing them from the service on Tuesday.

“The last time I talked to them, they said they would file an appeal,” said Supt. William Destura, head of the PNP Internal Affairs Service in Oriental Mindoro.

The next court hearing in Manila is scheduled for Oct. 26.
No hatred

“I don’t feel any hatred toward the police,” said Alvarez, a church worker who gives inspirational talk to policemen and inmates in Batangas.

Alvarez said the legal battle was taking its toll on her family but it was standing firm against any offer of settlement.

The policemen in Gloria, who arrested Pimentel and Almeranez on the night of the attack, also felt “demoralized” and exhausted given the slow pace of the court proceedings.

“To be honest, I don’t hate them anymore,” Alvarez said. “They have nothing to answer to our family anymore, but they still have to face the law.”

Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/939898/no- ... z50eaNBcaL
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Order by the president yan?.. inutusan lahat ng pulis na holdapin at patayin mga inosente? State sponsored?

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Sensya Roberta pero mods....

Paki sara na. Tapos na diskusyon


Waste of space na to

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DR, pwd ka dito magpost para isang thread na lang... :lol:

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ordep_19 wrote:
Order by the president yan?.. inutusan lahat ng pulis na holdapin at patayin mga inosente? State sponsored?


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In a speech yesterday, the President indicated that he had given instructions to plant guns to show that drug suspects resisted arrest. Police have described those who resist as “nanlaban,” most of whom have been shot dead.

“I said, O sir, if they are there, destroy them also. Especially if they put up a good fight. O ‘pag walang baril, walang – bigyan mo ng baril (If they don’t have a gun, give them a gun). Here’s a loaded gun, fight because the mayor said, let’s fight,” Duterte said.


dapat sa iyo mister tight pants, ni nipper ang iyong vayag....

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So sinunod ba nila DR? Binigyan ba ng baril at ng chance na lumaban? So lumaban ba o pinatay habang nagmamakaawa for their life?

Another question, Naniniwala ka ba sa mga sinasabi ni Digong or ung gusto mo lng paniwalaan tulad ng mga tinatawag ng iba na himuders ni Digong?


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iyang mga tanong mo, tanong ng walang alam. natigil na ang tokhang dahil sa mga EJK incidents, FYI...

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