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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2018 11:50 am 
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nasarapan yung langaw sa nana


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Saktong sakto bai. Bwahahaha laff trip. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2018 7:30 pm 
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kahit tadtarin pa ng pinong-pino si kumpareng peter lim.


nganga pa rin si tatay digong sa bilyones na drug smuggling sa custom.




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Cops nab drug surrenderee in Pasig for possessing ‘shabu,’ illegal firearms
By: Cathrine Gonzales - Reporter / @cgonzalesINQ INQUIRER.net / 07:17 PM August 18, 2018


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wow! galing naman nila.

nakahuli na naman ng "38 sachet" ng shabu.



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Robredo, Naga City cry foul over ‘shabu hotbed’ tag
By: Stephanie Florida - @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:00 AM August 19, 2018

The city council of Naga will file a Resolution of Indignation to condemn President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent pronouncement that the city was a hotbed of “shabu” (crystal meth), Vice President Leni Robredo and Naga City Mayor John Bongat said on Saturday.

“(A)ccusations like that is an insult against those from Naga. That’s unfair. That is why we are protesting this in the strongest of terms,” Robredo said. “This morning, the city council gave me their Resolution of Indignation for (the damage) done to the reputation of Naga. We will not take this sitting down.”

In a speech before business leaders in Malacañang on Tuesday, the President downplayed Robredo’s capability as his successor and said that she could not improve on things as Naga City was “the hotbed of shabu in the past years.”

Top ranking city

Said Robredo of her hometown: “We also have a problem with drugs, but to say that … we are a hotbed, that is a big slap to everyone especially those who exert efforts to rid the city of illegal drugs.”

The Vice President noted that Naga has recently ranked second most competitive city in the country and was recognized as the top city when it came to economic dynamism by the National Competitiveness Council this year.

“Things like that are not easy to achieve,” Robredo said.

“If the President was targeting me, then it should just be me, because if he says it is Naga City, then it is all of us,” the Vice President said, referring to the President’s previous moves, including removing her from her Cabinet post.

Malacañang shrugged off the city council’s plan to admonish the President.

The plan was a “waste of government resources” and of “time and energy,” said presidential spokesperson Harry Roque.

“They should (instead) exercise their power to rid the city of the menace of shabu and other illegal drugs,” Roque said in a phone interview.

He added that the President made the statement about Naga City being a hotbed for shabu based on information he got from the appropriate agencies.


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Robredo said that Christian Frivaldo, the acting regional director of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Bicol region, had said himself that “we are not on the list of hotbeds of shabu. What (President Duterte) said had no basis.”

Bongat also pointed out that Naga had put up a permanent office for the Dangerous Drugs Board “that focuses on prosecution, advocacy and education, enforcement of drug laws and rehabilitation.”

The local government of Naga has been very cooperative with President Duterte’s campaign against drugs “so it came as a big surprise to us that such statement will be coming from no less than the President himself,” Bongat said.

“This resolution is us making a unified stand. We are ready for whatever consequence may come after this resolution. There is democracy and if we do not speak up, nothing will happen. If you think something is wrong or something has no basis, then we have to speak up,” the mayor added. —WITH A REPORT FROM CHRISTINE O. AVENDAÑO



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baka "hot in bed" ibig sabihin


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MORE BOUNTY FOR NINJA COPS
By Morexette Marie B. Erram and Rosalie O. Abatayo|August 18,2018 - 09:46 PM


Additional P50,000 from Osmeña

Who says Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña is against all forms of killings?

The mayor on Saturday said he is willing to add P50,000 to President Rodrigo Duterte’s P5 million bounty for any dead “ninja cop” or rogue policeman.

“I will add my P50,000 to that. Maybe we (President Duterte and I) think the same,” said Osmeña, who has been at odds with police officials in Cebu, and whom he had accused of covering up for erring policemen, one of whom he linked to the failed ambush against his ally Barangay Tejero Councilman Jessielou Cadungog and another to the ambush-slay of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Central Visayas (PDEA-7) senior agent Von Rian Tecson.

Unsatisfied with the status of the hunt for policemen involved in the narcotics trade, President Duterte on Friday decided to increase his reward for bringing in dead “ninja cops” from P3 million to a whopping P5 million.

In a speech during the Hugpong ng Pagbabago convention in Davao City on Friday, the President lashed out at scalawag policemen, warning them to shape up or face terrible consequences.

“Policemen have many abuses … I told you to stop it already … for ninja cops, I will raise the amount to P5 million if you bring him to me dead,” he said.

“If you bring a ninja cop to me alive, I will give you P10,000. I am not joking. If I say it in public, that’s true,” he added.

Mr. Duterte said he was exasperated by the series of controversies involving security forces and government officials.

“You better shape up. I will rise and fall on the issue of corruption [in government]. That’s enough,” he said.

Osmeña expressed support to the President’s program to fight illegal drugs and vowed to also release money for every slain police scalawag.

Right to life, rule of law

But the Commission on Human Rights in Central Visayas (CHR-7) and Catholic lay groups slammed the move both of Osmeña and President Duterte.

CHR-7 Director Arvin Odron reminded government leaders that they are bound to protect human lives at all times.

“We discourage the government from making public pronouncements that encourage violence, much more killings. We are deeply saddened by such pronouncement as it encourages more killings because of the reward system,” Odron told Cebu Daily News in a text message on Saturday.

“We remind the government of its legal obligation to preserve and protect every human life,” he added.

Fe Barino, chairperson of the Commission on the Laity of the Archdiocese of Cebu, said government leaders must value the sanctity of life no matter what the circumstances are.

“I cannot understand why do they need to pay to have people killed. No matter how bad, mischievous or poor a person is, we should keep in mind that his life has a value and should be protected,” she said in an interview.

Barino urged people to pray for the enlightenment of the President.

“We know and we understand the problems that our country is facing right now. But we just pray that the Holy Spirit will guide the President on the right thing to do to solve these,” she said.

“Through our strong faith in God, we know that we will arrive at the right solutions. But any form of violence, especially killings, should not be the solution to the problems we face because these are against the will of God,” she added.

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Lay people sign a manifesto to condemn the series of killings in Cebu during a program on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018, at the IC3 Convention Center along St. John Paul II Avenue in Mabolo, Cebu City. CDN PHOTO/ROSALIE O. ABATAYO


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On Saturday, leaders of lay organizations from across the Archdiocese of Cebu convened to sign a manifesto against the murder of human beings in Cebu and other parts of the country.

Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma already issued an Oratio Imperata or a mandatory prayer to “end the spate of killings in Cebu,” a special prayer that will be said after the post communion prayer in all Masses in the archdiocese starting today.

In a tally made by CDN, at least 122 persons were killed in shooting incidents in Cebu over the last seven months.

Of the number, 99 individuals were gunned down by still unknown assailants while the rest of the fatalities perished during police operations from February to Aug. 16, 2018. Majority of these killings remain unsolved.

About a thousand lay people gathered at the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) Convention Center in Cebu City on Saturday to pray and to echo calls for an end to the killings.

They lit candles, sang songs, and prayed that the spate of violence would end. Lay groups also urged the government to step up in solving all murder cases.

“Our manifesto is aimed at letting the people and the government know that we are against these killings. We can’t just keep our silence,” Barino said.

“We feel that it’s very alarming and needs to be stopped the soonest. But sadly, we don’t have the capacity to end the killings other than to pray,” she added.

Past rewards

Previously, as mayor of Cebu City in 2004, Osmeña announced the creation of the so-called Hunters’ Team, a group of elite cops especially tasked to go after known criminals in order to suppress crime in the city.

From 2004 to August 2006, a total of 168 suspected or convicted criminals were shot dead by motorcycle-riding men in vigilante-style killings linked to what was widely believed as a death squad operating in Cebu City.

Shortly after he won in 2016, the mayor also offered a P50,000 bounty for every drug lord or any criminal killed “in a legal way” by policemen, barangay tanods and even civilians as a way to warn lawless elements.

Aside from the P50,000 reward for killing criminals “legally,” Osmeña also offered P5,000 for wounding a suspect.

A total of P625, 000 was released to policemen, including those who killed Cebu’s top suspected drug lord Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz, and Rowen “Yawa” Secretaria, the third most wanted drug personality in Central Visayas.

But the reward system did not last long as Osmeña withdrew his offer of cash assistance in July 2016 after the Philippine National Police (PNP) decided to transfer out of Cebu the police officers that the mayor had wanted for the city. /WITH REPORTS FROM INQUIRER.NET



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Manila drug war: 5 dead in 3 days
Marc Jayson Cayabyab (The Philippine Star) - August 19, 2018 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — Five alleged pushers were killed by police in Manila over the past three days in alleged shootouts during drug stings.

Before dawn on Friday, Joseph Dalisay, 29, was killed in a drug sting in Barangay 107, Tondo. Police recovered a handgun and three sachets of methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu.

On Thursday, Luisito Torilla, 39, and Ricardo Reyes, 20, were killed for allegedly fighting back during a sting at the Manila North Cemetery. Two revolvers and 10 sachets of shabu were recovered from them.

In Malate, Adrian Acuzar was slain in an alleged firefight during a drug sting along Arellano Avenue. Police recovered a revolver and seven sachets of shabu.

On Wednesday, a man identified only as Ivan, who was in the drug watchlist, was killed in a sting in Parola Compound. Police recovered a .45 caliber pistol and a sachet of shabu.

Ivan was the subject of an arrest warrant for the murder of Tranquilito Vuelga, the Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau personnel who was shot in the head while resting in the MTPB satellite office in Parola Compound on April 18.

Shabu seized

Meanwhile, nearly a kilo of shabu was seized in separate operations since Friday.

Two men identified only as Arnel and Oscar were arrested in a sting in Barangay BF Homes in Parañaque yesterday morning. Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency operatives seized 500 grams of shabu with a street value of P3.4 million.

In Manila, tricycle drivers Paco Morside, Abdulla Samir and Datukaka Ton Ton as well as Pasawilan Ebrahim, who is jobless, were caught with 490 grams of shabu, with a street value of P1.96 million, in a sting a in Tondo Friday afternoon.– Robertzon Ramirez, Rey Galupo


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P25-m drug bust spoils party — BoC
posted August 19, 2018 at 01:40 am by Joel E. Zurbano


Customs agents at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport have intercepted parcels containing 14,720 tablets of ecstasy, a dangerous party drug, worth ₱25 million.

Commissioner Isidro Lapeña Jr. said his men assigned at the airport also arrested Joan Reynoso, 42, a resident of Cavite, who claimed ownership of the parcel Friday night at the Central Mail Exchange Center in Pasay City.

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CONFISCATED. Photo shows P25 million worth of party drug ecstasy being confiscated by the Bureau of Customs operatives at the Central Mail Exchange Center in Pasay City. Andrew Rabulan

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• A report in “Balitanghali” beamed nationwide Saturday said an estimated ₱3.4 million worth of shabu was seized by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in its operation Friday night in Parañaque City during a buy-bust operation inside a private subdivision there.

The report said one suspect, identified as Arnel Sabal of Cotabato, was nabbed but his accomplice, identified only as Oscar, was able to escape.

According to PDEA National Capital Region director Joel Plaza, Sabal, who denied PDEA’s allegations, was “a big-time and high-value target.”

Lapeña said the drug pills were concealed inside a desktop computer central processing unit when it arrived at CMEC last Aug. 4, 2018 from France.

He added the team of Customs operatives waited for 13 days for the claimant to appear and get the package.

Reynoso, when interrogated, said she did not know that something was hidden inside the CPU.

Reynoso and the prohibited drugs were turned over to the PDEA for proper disposition and for the appropriate filing of criminal charges against the suspect.

Airport district collector Carmelita Talusan said for the past months, Port of Naia had been apprehending illegal drug shipments in compliance with the Bureau of Customs commissioner’s directive to secure the borders and the anti-drug campaign of President Rodrigo Duterte.

Ecstasy apprehensions include 962 tablets of ecstasy from Netherlands last April and another 1,003 tablets from Germany in July.

Manila International Airport Authority general manager Eddie Monreal ordered his men to be on alert in and outside the airport against illegal drug trafficking to discourage international and local drug syndicates from using the Philippines as a transshipment point or dumping ground for their illegal substances.

Shabu, marijuana and ecstasy are the top three narcotics distributed in the streets and these prohibited substances are manufactured by Chinese, Taiwanese and Mexican drug syndicates, according to PDEA.

The authorities vowed the government’s crackdown on drug dealing in the country would continue with the goal of catching protectors and financiers of the illegal drug trade.

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sakay ng sakay lang sa pautot na war on drugs ni tatay digong.


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sakay ng sakay lang sa pautot na war on drugs ni tatay digong.


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oh yes..

speaking of yourself I presume..


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mauto huwag naman kayong nasasaktan sa katotohanang pinapasakay lang kayo ni tatay digong sa war on drugs niya kuno.






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May nagtuturo. Sila itong sakay ng sakay sa mga sinasabi ni digong. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 9:42 am 
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tatlong klaseng galit..

1. galit na umaalburoto na damdamin. (lalo na sa mga matatanda)
2. galit na umiiyak dahil nasaktan. (yung mga silent majority kuno)
3. galit na pilit tinatawanan para mukhang di affected. (yung mga tumatalon talon sa iba't ibang thread at biglang lilipat)

sa tatlong yan... yung #3 ang pinaka kawawa..


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kumpareng peter parang awa mo na........sumuko ka na!

nang matabunan na ng tuluyan ang pinalusot....este nakalusot na bilyones na halaga ng shabu sa custong.


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