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Hindi talaga makontrol kontrol ang droga ano mga ka-dds? Kasi ang anak nyang si Polong Dutae ang pinakanamumuno sa pagdagsa ng droga sa Pinas!

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O bakit? BAKIt? !!!

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Hindi talaga makontrol kontrol ang droga ano mga ka-dds? Kasi ang anak nyang si Polong Dutae ang pinakanamumuno sa pagdagsa ng droga sa Pinas!

Engot lang nakakaisip niyan. :biglaugh:

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Sobrang super mega lang sa katangahan ang bumibilib sa war on drugs ni Dutae!


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Ngkaroon nga ng utak puro nana naman. :lol:

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Masyado kang mapagpatol ewan ko kung alam mo kung bakit tinitira si blitzky dito

Sa kuweba ka ba nakatira???

Yang tokhang salamat pero alam ko kung anong pwedeng gawin nyan. May kakilala akong muntik mahuli kasi talaga naman adik. Isa lang masasabi ko: lahat ng natokhang na alam ko SO FAR sa lugar namin e addict talaga...ayun pinagrerehab lahat

Yan kay Kian well maraming sabit diyan masyadong magulo. Runner daw si Kian, di daw runner etc. Hanggang sa umabot na ma TV pa pamilya nya. Tatay nya yung pinuntahan ni du30 di ba? Bakit ba di natuloy kaso nyan?

Saka taga saan ba si Kian? Kasi ako nadayo ng kalookan at misis ko may kamag anak sa kalookan, yung lugar nila kian magulo dun.


puro ka hinala. katulad din yan ng Oplan Tokhang, maraming pinatay at napatay sa HINALA. nasa Constitution yan na every citizen has the right to defend himself sa korte kung ito ay inaakusahan. pero para di na umabot sa korte, ginagawa ng mga pulis, nagpaplant ng evidence. iyan nangyari ke Kian, na minalas ang mga pulis, eh nakunan sa video na inaakbayan nila yung bata. taliwas ito sa ni report nila na tumakbo yung bata nung pagdating nila.

di nga ako makapaniwala na ini explain ko pa sa iyo itong kalokohang ginagawa ng mga pulis under Bato. eh si Bato nga, under his own nose, walang alam na me kidnap for ransom na nangyayari sa mismong lugar nya. yung nangyari sa koreano, isang ehemplo yun na ang unang dapat lutasin ni Bato at Duterte ay yung mga tiwaling pulis.

paano mahuhuli ang kriminal eh mga pulis lumalabas kriminal din?

eh ang DOJ secretary na lang involved sa BRIBERY kasama mga brod nya! clear as day light yun pero mga supporters, bulag pipi at bingi!

ang 6.4B drug smuggled into the country is proof na walang kwenta itong drug war ng Duterte adminsitration kasi basi sa imbestigasyun at later on pag abswelto sa mga accused, ang presidente mismo involved din sa droga!

pweh!

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Wow....

Wag ka mag explain believe me di ko kailangan yan

Lumang tugtugin na yang pesteng ejk na yan dati pang may ganyan....tahimik lang kasi....hayaan ko na kayo mag isip

Hinalain mo mukha mo DR :D sabi sau may kakilala akong gumagamit at masaya akong takot sila, its about time na matakot sila.

So nasa konstitusyon na ipagtanggol ng inakusahan like adik sarili nila until proven guilty...paano yung nabiktima nila??? Nirape, pinatay ninakawan? Yung mga umaamin na nasa impluwensya sila ng drugs...ano? Pakisagot naman yan please lang. Susme napakapurol....

Wala ng justice kasi patay na? CHR lang DR?

Ikaw ang pweh :D


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Saya ni multiple handol blitzky nakahanap ng kakampi kaso sablay naman :D


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baka kapitbahay o kabarangay mo yang si DR pre... at alam rin nya na hindi takot ang mga adik sa lugar nyo. pati na rin talamak pa rin ang droga sa lugar nyo dahil sa pinalusot ng 6.4B na shabu...

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New Bilibid narcos join drug trade, frustrate PDEA
Angel Movido, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Jan 12 2018 02:58 PM


MANILA- Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Director General Aaron Aquino on Friday expressed frustration over "new players" in the illegal drug trade.

This, after a drug bust in a condominium in Mandaluyong City yielded suspects who revealed that suppliers of narcotics are from the New Bilibid Prison.

"Marami pong new players. Imbes nababawasan, lalong lumalaki," Aquino said.

The PDEA chief noted that Friday's drug bust is the fifth one where arrested suspects claim that illegal drug suppliers are from the national penitentiary.

"And nobody knows who are these people. Hindi namin kilala. Yun nga yung nakakafrustrate. Sabi ko nga kahit magkanda kuba yung mga pulis natin at mga ahente natin sa PDEA para anuhin ang isang barangay, kung tone-tonelada naman yung pumapasok useless eh," Aquino lamented.

(We don't know these suppliers. That's frustrating. As I said, even if policemen and PDEA agents break their backs to clear a village of drugs, if tons more come in then it's useless.)

Asked about a possible solution to the problem, Aquino suggested an overhaul in the system within the national penitentiary.

"Hindi ko alam eh. Ang nakikita ko lang solusyon is wasakin ang buong NBP. Ilipat yan sa isang ideal facility," he said.

(I don't know but the only solution I see is to destroy the whole NBP and transfer it to an indeal facility.)

Aquino's comments come amid the Philippine National Police's looming return to the government's campaign against illegal drugs.

The PDEA chief welcomed the news, admitting that his 3,000-strong agency is having difficulty taking on the problem of drugs on their own.

"Natutuwa ako na bumalik ang PNP kasi admittedly, nahihirapan kami sa barangay wala kaming tao dyan. And its good that they're back to the campaign [against] illegal drugs," he said.

(I am happy that the PNP is back because admittedly, we are having difficulties in villages since we have no personnel there.)

The PDEA was given the lead role in the government's anti-narcotics campaign on orders of President Rodrigo Duterte.

The directive came amid mounting criticism faced by the PNP over alleged abuses and suspicious killings in the drug war, including controversial teen deaths.

http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/01/12/18/new-bilibid-narcos-join-drug-trade-frustrate-pdea




Guwardiya ng Bilibid, arestado dahil sa droga sa brief
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Posted at Aug 03 2017 06:11 PM | Updated as of Aug 04 2017 12:08 AM

[YouTube]http://youtu.be/zKMWckRbsYI[/YouTube]

Arestado ang isang prison guard ng New Bilibid Prisons (NBP) matapos makuhanan ng hindi bababa sa 100 gramo ng hinihinalang shabu nitong Huwebes ng umaga.

Inaresto ng Philippine National Police Special Action Force (PNP-SAF) ang prison guard na si Ernesto Dionglay Jr. matapos madiskubre sa loob ng kanyang brief ang hinihinalang shabu habang dumaraan sa employee entrance ng Bilibid.

Aminado si Dionglay na alam niyang may kontrabando sa mga piitan pero hindi umano niya alam kung paano nakakapasok ang mga ito sa loob ng Bilibid.

Itinanggi rin ni Dionglay na gumagamit siya ng droga.

Kuwento ng miyembro ng SAF na nakadiskubre ng droga, nag-iba ang kilos ni Dionglay nang makapa niya ang tila plastic mula rito.

Nagkakahalagang P500,000 ang hindi bababa sa 100 gramo ng shabu na nakuha mula sa naturang prison guard.

Pero ayon sa PNP, maaring maging triple pa ang halaga nito kapag binenta na sa mga preso.

Mabilis namang dumating sa tanggapan ang misis ni Dionglay na buntis pa sa kanilang pang-apat na anak. Pero tikom ang bibig nito sa kinasasangkutan ng mister.

Pansamantalang nakadetine ang nasabing prison guard sa Muntinlupa na mahaharap sa kasong paglabag sa Republic Act 9165.

Ayon sa Deparment of Justice, hindi nila kinukunsinti ang mga maling gawain ng kanilang mga tauhan at dapat lang na parusahan ang sinumang gumawa ng pagkakamali.

Dagdag pa ni Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II, iniutos na niya sa NBP na tutukang mabuti ang kaso ni Dionglay, imbestigahan ito, at sampahan ng kaukulang kaso.

Ayon naman kay Senior Superintendent Dante Novicio, chief of police sa Muntinlupa, may mga paraan ang PNP para masigurong hindi masangkot sa katiwalian ang kanilang mga tauhan.

Pinapalitan anila ang mga PNP-SAF na nakatalaga sa Bilibid para maiwasang magkaroon ng 'familiarity'.

Kamakailan lamang ay nakasabat ng mga kontrabando gaya ng shabu at patalim nang magsagawa ng Oplan Galugad ang mga awtoridad sa New Bilibid Prison.

http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/08/03/17/guwardiya-ng-bilibid-arestado-dahil-sa-droga-sa-brief




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Aquino says PDEA killed only 3 drug suspects in his first 100 days
Published January 9, 2018 10:49am



Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) chief Aaron Aquino on Monday reported that only three drug suspects were killed in the agency's more than 3,000 operations during his first 100 days.

Aquino said in an interview on GMA's Bawal Ang Pasaway kay Mareng Winnie that during his first 100 days, the PDEA was able to arrest 1,321 drug suspects, including 331 high-value targets, in a total of 3,476 operations.

The retired police official took over the PDEA in September 12, replacing now Customs chief Isidro Lapeña. Nearly a month after taking over, President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the agency to lead his war on drugs, taking over from the Philippine National Police.

From September 12, 2017 to December 20, 2017, the PDEA was also able to file 2,063 drug cases.

Aquino had promised to lead a “less bloody” war on drugs.

He said the PDEA was able to achieve this despite having only 1,274 agents nationwide.

Aquino said the PDEA was able to minimize deaths during operations by making sure its operatives wear body cameras. He said he also enforced other means to ensure transparency in operations.

“I told my agents to wear always body cams. Secondly, we ask the media to join us at the very start of the operation until the end,” he said.

“Actually, [the police] are [asking] media to join the operations, to witness the operations [pero] sa operations lang. Unlike us, from the very start of case build-up until the end kasama sila,” he added.

He said that all three drug suspects killed during the three-month period since he took over the PDEA fought back at their agents.

"Nanlaban talaga," Aquino said.

Clamor for PNP

Two months after being ordered to stop anti-drugs operations, Duterte ordered the PNP to rejoin the war on drugs, but only as a support agency to the PDEA.

Duterte said the PNP was ordered to rejoin the war on drugs due to "public clamor."

Aquino said during the interview that the "clamor" came from barangay officials asking for the help of the police force in handling drug suspects.

The PDEA director admitted that the agency is nothing compared to the police force, which is more than 100,000-strong. He cited that in Nueva Ecija, which has 32 municipalities, the PDEA only has three operatives.

He admitted that PDEA agents are not always available to join the police in street-level operations. —Margaret Claire Layug/ALG, GMA News




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Mandaluyong condo buy-bust yields new mix of party drugs
By: Julius N. Leonen - @inquirerdotnet INQUIRER.net / 02:32 PM January 12, 2018

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PDEA officials presented to the media the confiscated illegal drugs following a buy-bust operation in Mandaluyong City. From left: Director Levi Ortiz, PDEA-SES; Dangerous Drugs Board Chairman Catalino Cuy; PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino; and Irish Calaguas, Chief of Staff PDEA. Behind them are the arrested suspects. Photo courtesy of PDEA

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) on Friday expressed concern about a new concoction of party drugs containing liquid ecstasy and cocaine being blended with regular energy drinks.

PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino said that this mix of illegal drugs could now be proliferating somewhere and could be a new trend in illegal drug trafficking schemes of syndicates.

Aquino said they discovered that liquid ecstasy and cocaine were being blended with energy drinks following a buy-bust operation at Princeville Condominium in Mandaluyong City on Thursday night.

During the operation, liquid ecstasy placed inside 20 energy drink bottles and 1.6 liters of liquid ecstasy with an estimated street value of P480,000 were confiscated by PDEA Special Enforcement Service (PDEA-SES) agents, Aquino said.

The PDEA chief said 70 pieces of ecstasy tablet worth P46,000 and six packs of cocaine worth P140,000 were also seized during the operation.

He added that two suspects were arrested in the operation and were identified as Lester Almalbez, 35, a resident of the condominium and a suspected ecstasy and cocaine retailer; and Herald Peñaflor, 26, an alleged drug supplier.

“We cannot discount the possibility that a new variety of ecstasy which is blended with cocaine is doing the rounds in bars and clubs. You could imagine its potency compared to the other mainstream drugs,” Aquino said.

“PDEA is presently intensifying its intelligence gathering to arrest unscrupulous elements responsible for this new trend in illegal drug trafficking,” he added.

Aquino said charges for sale and possession of dangerous drugs in violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 would be filed against Almalbez and Peñaflor in court. /jpv



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Top drug suspect, 9 others arrested
Monday, January 15, 2018 By GLAZYL Y. MASCULINO



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BACOLOD. A policeman conducts inventory of the recovered illegal drugs from a top drug suspect and a minor in a drug bust in Barangay Banago, Bacolod City on Sunday. (City Drug Enforcement Unit Photo)

A TOP drug suspect in Bacolod City and nine others involved in illegal drugs were arrested in separate operations in Negros Occidental in the past two days.

In Bacolod City, Mohaisin Magondacan, 23, of Barangay Alijis and a minor were arrested on Lacson Street in Barangay Banago on Sunday after they both sold “shabu” (methamphetamine hydrochloride) to a police agent for P1,000. Police recovered from Magondacan two sachets of shabu, P4,000 in cash, and the P1,000 marked money while the minor yielded nine sachets of shabu, and a “ziplock” containing suspected dried marijuana leaves.

The recovered illegal drugs were valued at P40,000. Inspector Adrian James Albaytar, assistant team leader of City Drug Enforcement Unit of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO), said Magondacan, a Maranao who resides in Barangay 31, is a level one high-value target under the group of Camaria, one of the identified drug leaders in the city. Albaytar said they have been monitoring Magondacan’s activities for three months.

Charges for Section 5 (sale of dangerous drugs) and 11 (possession of dangerous drugs) of Republic Act 9165 or Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against the suspects on Monday. In E.B. Magalona town, three men were collared in separate drug busts over the weekend.

On Sunday, Joemar Delarama, 45, and his son Donovan Delarama, 22, of Purok Paglaum, Barangay Alicante were arrested after police seized from them three sachets of suspected shabu, three lighters, and the P500 marked money. Also arrested in the said town last Saturday was drug surrenderer Aries Demavivas, 36, of Barangay III-Poblacion after police confiscated from him five sachets of shabu worth P2,500; P500 marked money; and a lighter.

In Bacolod, a drug bust was conducted at Purok Cagaycay, Barangay 2 on Sunday resulting to the apprehension of Dioscoro Carmelotes, 51, of Barangay Malanog, Calatrava town. Carmelotes yielded six sachets of shabu worth P7,000, P500 marked money, P310 in cash, and a coin purse. On the same day, a man was arrested for illegal drugs while four others were arrested for illegal gambling at Purok Himaya, Barangay Mansilingan.

Arrested for illegal possession of drug paraphernalia was Silvestre Señeris, 33, after he yielded an improvised tooter while Cristitoto Salvador, 21; Mark Quiocson, 22; Rosendo Montecillo, 24; and Juey Fernandez, 35, were arrested for playing “cara y cruz.”

Last Saturday, Mark Montinola, 42, of 7th Lacson Street; and Lelanie Acebedo, 36, of Barangay Banago, were arrested in a drug bust in the said village after police confiscated from them four sachets of shabu, and the P1,000 marked money. Last week, Creslian Alit, a second drug personality under Police Station 10 was arrested in a drug raid at Purok Sto. Niño, Phase 6B, Barangay Handumanan. Police recovered from Alit four sachets of shabu worth P1,500, and drug paraphernalia.



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Drug courier caught with P855K shabu in Barangay Pasil

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Several packs of shabu (crystal meth) estimated to be worth P855,000 were seized this afternoon from drug courier, a resident of Barangay Pasil in Cebu City who also happened to one of the victims of the fire that razed three sitios in the barangay on Sunday.

The suspect, Joselito Cabije, alias “Magu,” 34, who also happened to be an employee of the Cebu City Traffic Office (CCTO), was about to deliver the prohibited drug to a buyer when he was collared in a buy-bust operation by operatives of the Central Visayas Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU-7) and Regional Special Operations Group (RSGO-7), said Supt.Glenn Mayam, DEU 7 chief.

Cabije was caught with three large packs of shabu with an estimated weight of 75 grams, valued at about P1 million.

Also arrested was Cabije’s alleged cohort, Ronnie Sabanal, 40, and a resident of F. Rallos Street, Barangay Pasil.



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CHR cautions DILG, barangays on village drug lists
By: Pathricia Ann V. Roxas - Reporter / @PathRoxasINQ INQUIRER.net / 11:07 AM January 15, 2018


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The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) on Monday urged the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), as well as barangay (village) officials, to be “more discerning” in carrying out the directive to submit a list of suspected drug personalities in their communities.

“The Commission on Human Rights welcomes community-based programs directed to strengthen the government’s effort to curb the issue of illegal drugs and criminality,” CHR Spokesperson Jacqueline de Guia said in a statement.

“However, we urge the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), as well as barangay officials, to be more discerning in carrying out the directive to submit a list of suspected drug pushers and criminals in their communities,” she added.

De Guia pointed out that while the Commission has “consistently maintained that intelligence gathering in pursuing drug personalities is a function of law enforcement,” giving sanctions to barangay officials who would not comply could lead to a practice of “unthorough” submission of names.

Pending the issuance of a comprehensive guideline on the conduct of the directive, the Commission expressed willingness to join forces with the DILG to “ensure that adequate safeguards are observed.”

“The DILG must also present a clear process on how barangay officials will obtain valid information on the suspected personalities, as well as ways to verify the integrity of that information,” De Guia stressed.

“The Commission reiterates its call to the government to evaluate its anti-illegal drug campaign and adopt a more responsive and human rights-based approach to combatting criminality, while providing avenues for collaboration to concerned communities and sectors who genuinely want to contribute in achieving the government’s goal of providing a dignified life for all,” she added.

Last Jan. 9, newly-appointed DILG undersecretary Martin Diño issued a directive to barangay officials to submit a list of suspected drug pushers and suspected criminals in their respective communities, or face sanctions. /cbb



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More gov’t workers arrested for illegal drugs in 2017 – PDEA
By: Julius N. Leonen - @inquirerdotnet INQUIRER.net / 01:54 PM January 16, 2018




More government employees were arrested in anti-drug operations in 2017 compared to previous years, according to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).

PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino said 301 government workers, composed of 129 elected officials, 27 uniformed personnel and 145 government employees, were apprehended in 2017.

“More and more unscrupulous government workers are involved in the country’s illegal drug trade as shown in the rising number of arrested state workers each succeeding year,” Aquino said in a statement on Tuesday.

Data provided by the PDEA showed a gradual increase of government workers apprehended for illegal drugs from 2011 to 2017.

The PDEA said about 1,155 government workers were collared for illegal drugs during these years: 301 in 2017, 231 in 2016, 201 in 2015, 190 in 2014, 138 in 2013, 65 in 2012 and 29 in 2011.

“The significant increase in the arrest of government workers means that authorities are hot on their trails,” Aquino said.

If courts would find them guilty, Aquino said the maximum penalty of Republic Act 9165, or the “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002,” would be imposed against them, in addition to absolute perpetual disqualification from any public office.

“We must restore trust and confidence of the people in the capacities of their government. In this way, we can achieve real success in the national anti-drug campaign,” the PDEA chief said. /je



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