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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:51 am 
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may gadd I hit drugs..

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:56 am 
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`` me pa-gadd-gadd pa kase eh mga droga ang tambayan dini....

''kundi ba naman Bogo,, eh Bungol pa...''

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:59 am 
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kalma lang. connected naman yan.. di ba may druglord?

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:02 am 
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PNP respects survey of Pinoys opinion on slain drug suspects
Published September 30, 2017 9:01am



The Philippine National Police respects the findings of a pollster's survey showing that majority of Filipinos believe many of those killed in anti-illegal drugs operations did not resist the police.

In an interview on Radyo dzBB on Saturday, PNP spokesman Chief Superintendent Dionardo Carlos said that the police organization respects the results of the Social Weather Stations' survey last June, but the police looks at it as a challenge.

According to the SWS survey, 63 percent of Filipinos believe that many of drug suspects killed in police operations had surrendered but were still killed anyway.

"Isa itong hamon sa mga pulis na i-present namin ang aming datos ng maayos. Ilalagay namin sa social media --Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, at iba pa --ang mga datos sa mga krimen na nirespondehan ng ating mga pulis para makita ng buong bayan ang buong datos," Carlos said.

But he also emphasized the sacrifices of police personnel in fighting criminality.

"Sana makita rin ng ating mga kababayan ang sakripisyo ng mga pulis. Anong itatawag mo sa sa 85 na mga pulis at sundalo na napatay sa anti-illegal drugs operations?"

Also, he said that a total of "204 police operatives were critically wounded in such operations." —LBG, GMA News



http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/nat ... cts/story/

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:07 am 
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tiyanak2 wrote:
kalma lang. connected naman yan.. di ba may druglord?

:lol: :lol: :lol:


`` oke.., kung ganyan eh..,,

aym standeng koreksyun...

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:13 am 
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zorro05 wrote:
tiyanak2 wrote:
kalma lang. connected naman yan.. di ba may druglord?

:lol: :lol: :lol:


`` oke.., kung ganyan eh..,,

aym standeng koreksyun...

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may pinadala ako..

para maging "standing errected"


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:14 am 
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DFA chief: Philippines ready to welcome human rights probe
By Janvic Mateo (The Philippine Star) | Updated October 1, 2017 - 12:00am

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But during his meeting with UN Secretary General Antonio Guteres at the UN headquarters in New York on Friday, Cayetano said only those who have no bias against the country should conduct the assessment. AP/Bebeto Matthews, File


MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines is ready to welcome independent experts from the United Nations who would conduct an objective assessment of the country’s human rights situation, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said.


But during his meeting with UN Secretary General Antonio Gutteres at the UN headquarters in New York on Friday, Cayetano said only those who have no bias against the country should conduct the assessment.

He specifically ruled out UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial killings Agnes Callamard, who he said is highly critical of the administration of President Duterte.

“How can someone who is in league with our political opposition conduct a fair and objective assessment of our human rights situation?” Cayetano told Gutteres, referring to previous statements made by the rapporteur.

“All we want is an impartial assessment and not outright condemnation to help us understand the extent of the problems that we are confronted with,” he added.

Cayetano met with Gutteres a day after 39 countries issued a joint statement calling for an end to killings in the Philippines during the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva, Switzerland.

In his meeting with the UN official, Cayetano conveyed Manila’s readiness to work with the world body in addressing issues related to sustainable development, including human rights.

He said the Philippines is ready to make the next step, including welcoming experts to conduct an objective assessment of the human rights situation in the Philippines.

“We will fully cooperate and work with you on a rationale, open, fair dialogue on our campaign against crime and illegal drugs…There are real problems but perceptions have overtaken us in western media that make it appear the situation is worse than it actually is,” Cayetano said.

“We’re not turning our back on human rights. Our campaign against crime and illegal drugs is not intended to violate human rights; it is intended to protect the human rights of our people,” he added.

Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman Robespierre Bolivar said there was no specific mention of who would conduct the assessment.

“As long as the experts demonstrate that they do not have biases against the Philippines and are willing to conduct a fair an objective assessment of the human rights situation in the country,” he said.

UN special rapporteur on the right to health Dainius Puras was earlier reported to have expressed his intention to conduct an official visit to the Philippines.



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:22 am 
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`` walanng heya ka talagah tyanakis..,

I hate you..!

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** pero,,, Tenks uli...,, :lol: '''

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:25 am 
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zorro05 wrote:
`` walanng heya ka talagah tyanakis..,

I hate you..!

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** pero,,, Tenks uli...,, :lol: '''

remember who taught us to read by one hand..

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:56 am 
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zorro05 wrote:
``` weeeh....,, Bogo talagah...'

divah sabi mo sa amin eh mga ''heyteyist'' daw kami...,
ngayun panay hirit mo ng ''gadd'' mo/nyu sa amin...

yaan eh eksampol ng kaengotan,,, di va anu..?

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'''achecheeeee...''

:lol: '''

Hindi halatang pikon na pikon na.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:15 pm 
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```achecheeeee...''...,,, as always, di gets kahit me piktyur/image na... :mrgreen: '''

''beri gudzzz yaan..., ganyan ka lang palagi ha,,, uyyy dami rollings eh...

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Davao councilor in smuggling controversy missing

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One of the last times Davao Councilor Nilo “Small” Abellera Jr. was seen in public was when he testified at the Senate on Aug. 31 to deny involvement in the so-called “Davao Group,” which allegedly facilitates the release of smuggled goods in the Bureau of Customs. —RICHARD A. REYES

DAVAO CITY—The councilor who had been linked to corruption at the Bureau of Customs through the so-called “Davao Group” has made himself scarce and apparently gone missing.

This forced Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, who presides over the city council, to call for the ouster of Councilor Nilo “Small” Abellera Jr., a close friend of Paolo, from all his committee positions.

During the council’s session on Tuesday, most members voted for the ouster of Abellera as chair of the committee on peace and public safety.

Abellera was also stripped of his position as vice chair of the committees on public works and barangay affairs and of his membership in the committees on finance, games and amusement, and tourism and beautification.

A Customs fixer, Mark Ruben Taguba, alleged that he gave Abellera P5 million in enrollment fee into the so-called Davao Group so Taguba could bring in goods without any hitches from the Customs bureau.

‘Shabu’ shipment

The goods that Taguba brought in included a P6.4-billion shipment of “shabu” (crystal meth) that went past the Customs bureau and was seized in a warehouse in Valenzuela.

The vice mayor, eldest son of President Duterte, has also been dragged into the controversy.

Paolo, in an interview with reporters, said the council had to act on Abellera’s absences as these had affected his duties in the city council.

“He is always not around and is not doing his work and I have heard he is always sick,” Paolo said.

Cannot be located

He said the city council had tried to locate Abellera to inform him of the council’s sentiment that he better resign from his committees.

“We’ve been communicating with him, to no avail,” he said.

Abellera last attended the council session early this month, after he appeared at the Senate blue ribbon committee. He has since been absent from the city council.

In previous reports in the Inquirer, Abellera was tagged as one of the members of the Davao Group, which was tagged as behind the smuggling of goods through the Customs bureau.

Abellera, in an affidavit, denied involvement in the Davao Group and insisted such a group did not exist.

He also admitted his closeness with Paolo, though.

During his Senate testimony, Taguba pointed to a certain “Tita Nani” as the one who introduced him to the Davao Group. —JUDY QUIROS


http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/934158/davao-dad-in-smuggling-controversy-missing



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:44 pm 
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mahirap pa rin pinapahirapan, after pinangakuan nung eleksyun. Erap na Erap...

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 12:01 am 
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mahirap pa rin pinapahirapan, after pinangakuan nung eleksyun. Erap na Erap...

3 out 5...

tapos yung disagree parang isa lang...

mataas yan...

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 1:02 am 
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may katokwiran si sir bato dyan, di daw kase pusher ang mga mayayaman yung mga mahihirap lang.


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