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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:39 pm 
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kinakausap ko nga ng maayos, mahirap n baka pumindot mapagalitan ako uli ni mod joey, worse ban na naman

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kaya pala medyo mabait ka ngayon :lol: :lol: :lol:



di ako nagkakamali may warning lahat tayo..:lol:

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MR.RED wrote:
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kinakausap ko nga ng maayos, mahirap n baka pumindot mapagalitan ako uli ni mod joey, worse ban na naman

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kaya pala medyo mabait ka ngayon :lol: :lol: :lol:



di ako nagkakamali may warning lahat tayo..:lol:



wala ako.. pero ayokong ma warningan kasi pag ma warningan ka automatic ilalagay ka sa watchlist at para kang may dedicated CCTV na may GPS

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Baka may advanced copy ka ng 2nd wave pre. :biglaugh:

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Baka may advanced copy ka ng 2nd wave pre. :biglaugh:

haha! wala eh.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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HE MAY have a strange way of showing it, but President Duterte was also “bothered and troubled” by the rash of drug-related killings, or so a Malacañang official said.

Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella on Tuesday said the President was “not happy” over the hundreds of drug suspects killed in police operations and vigilante attacks in the wake of the government’s all-out war on illegal drugs.

According to media reports, more than 1,000 people described as drug suspects have been killed in police operations or by unknown gunmen since the Duterte administration took over barely two months ago.

Although the President has disavowed direct knowledge of so-called death squads, he has repeatedly said that drug pushers and users were beyond saving or rehabilitation.

Mr. Duterte, known as “The Punisher” for advocating death for illegal drug personalities when he was mayor of Davao City, had previously offered cash rewards for those who would silence drug lords and pushers.

“I don’t think he’s happy about (the killings). I don’t think happiness is the right word to use,” Abella told reporters in Malacañang.

“I think he’s very concerned and, in fact, bothered and troubled,” Abella added. “He is deeply and profoundly concerned.”

But in a speech in Davao City on Sunday, the President named 159 government officials, including police officials, judges, mayors and Congress representatives as being complicit in the drug trade.

When Sen. Leila de Lima said the list of names could make the officials mentioned a target for death squads, Mr. Duterte said a second list was, in fact, forthcoming.

According to Abella, the President shared the sentiments of various groups and individuals who have expressed alarm over the extrajudicial killings that resulted from the Duterte administration’s antidrug campaign.

Nonetheless, the Palace official said Mr. Duterte recognized the fact that the killings have raised public awareness about the “depth and breadth” of the country’s drug problem.

Defending Duterte

Abella said Mr. Duterte did not condone extralegal means to hunt down drug suspects and had ordered an investigation of the deaths of some drug suspects who may have been victims of extrajudicial killings.

Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno had also directed Philippine National Police Director General Ronald dela Rosa and the National Police Commission to look into allegations that policemen were behind the summary executions, Abella added.

The Palace official also cited the militant Bagong Alyansang Makabayan as defending

Mr. Duterte and saying the President “should not be blamed for the recent surge (in) the number of suspected drug personalities killed in police operations.”

As to observations that only suspects from marginalized and urban poor communities were being killed while politicians and rich individuals tagged in the illegal drug trade were given a chance to clear their names, Abella said: “Maybe you should look at it (from a) different perspective.”

“Most probably, the number of killings are happening at the level of those who supply and those who retail (illegal drugs). Maybe that’s where most of the killings are happening,” he said.

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Binay to press posh villages that won’t give drug watch list


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01:17 AM August 10th, 2016


MAKATI City Mayor Abigail Binay will sit down with officials of six exclusive villages to discuss why they have not submitted a watch list in connection with Oplan Tokhang, a controversial campaign of the Duterte administration that has prompted thousands of known drug users and pushers across the country to present themselves to the police.

“We want to find out more information from them. Why is it that they have none when so many have surrendered from other barangays?” the city government’s legal department chief, Michael Arthur Camiña, told the Inquirer on Tuesday.

A total of 1,049 persons with links to illegal drugs have voluntarily submitted themselves under the Oplan Tokhang in Makati City for the month of July. Of the number, 199 are pushers while 850 are users of illegal drugs.

In a statement, Binay reiterated her call for the residents and officials of the six villages to cooperate with the police.

“The cooperation and support of all barangay leaders are necessary to sustain the antidrug campaign. We should all work together to ensure drug-free communities in Makati,” she said.

In a report to the mayor, Makati police chief Senior Supt. Rommil Mitra said there were still no “surrenderers” from the exclusive villages of Magallanes, Dasmariñas, Forbes, San Lorenzo, Urdaneta and Bel-air despite constant coordination with the respective barangay chiefs.

Except for Magallanes, the barangay captains of these villages issued a certification saying that there were no drug pushers or users monitored in their area.

What the cops want

Under Oplan Tokhang, policemen will knock on doors of drug suspects based on the watch list provided by the barangay. Those who will “surrender” are expected to sign an affidavit admitting their illegal activity.

They also have to provide the police with information regarding their source of illegal drugs and vow to change their ways.

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But a growing number of surrenderers in Metro Manila were later shot dead in vigilante-style killings, which critics say were encouraged by President Duterte’s “shoot-to-kill” pronouncements against drug suspects.

Based on the latest Makati police records, Barangay South Cembo yielded the most number of pushers (25), followed by Rizal (23) and West Rembo (14).

The most number of users were recorded in Barangay Pembo (91), Pitogo (71) and South Cembo (55).

Late last month, the Inquirer reported that the Makati police had been unable to take Tokhang to the gated communities after the village officials issued “certifications” that they have no drug suspects among their residents.


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PALMA QUESTIONS DRUG LIST
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CEBU Archbishop Jose Palma delivers his homily during the Ordination Mass of the 12 new priests at the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral on Tuesday. (CDN PHOTO/JUNJIE MENDOZA)


Ill-advised and half-baked.

This was how Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma described the decision of President Rodrigo Duterte to publicly identify the local officials allegedly involved in the illegal drugs trade.

While he supports the President’s campaign to curb illegal drugs, the 66-year-old prelate said the fundamental requirements of due process and the rule of law have not been observed when he announced the names of so-called “narco-politicians,” judges and policemen involved in the illicit trade.

He likewise called the drug list “not realistic,” while at the same time expressing doubt over the inclusion of former Cebu City mayor Michael Rama in the list.

“There are people who welcomed the President’s move to name names, but there are also those who were anxious about what he did,” Palma told reporters after he ordained 12 new priests at the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral in downtown Cebu City Tuesday morning.

The prelate stressed he acknowledged improvements with regard to the peace and order situation in Cebu since Duterte assumed the presidency. But he also emphasized that dignity of the human person and human life are equally important.

“There are definitely positive changes that the Church felt. This is a signal of hope,” Palma said. “We’re just wary about the unverified listing and extrajudicial killings.”

Like some people, Palma said he too has questions on the veracity of drugs list given to Duterte.

He added: “The President said it (contents of drug list) may be true or may not be true. The question is what if it’s not true? Names were already revealed in public. How could those who may have been wrongly accused redeem their dignity and the good name they built all these years?”

“While we appreciate the efforts against illegal drugs, we also question the process things are done,” Palma said.

Not reliable

He said he was surprised when Duterte identified the name of one person he knew, Judge Roberto Natividad of the Regional Trial Court Branch 32 in Calbayog City, who is already dead.

Natividad was gunned down by a still unidentified assailant in January 2008.

“Paggawas sa name sa judge, nakasulti ko nga kilala man ko kini nga judge. Namatay na man kini (When the judge’s name was mentioned, I said I know this person. He is already dead),” said Palma who used to serve in the Diocese of Calbayog in Samar from 1999 to 2006.

That alone, he said, means that the list given to Duterte was not reliable.

“The list is either not updated or not an assurance that it’s really realistic,” he said.

Palma, however, said that except for the fact that he knew that Natividad was an RTC judge in Calbayog City, he did not know him personally to make a judgment on his character.

Palma also expressed doubts that Rama was a drug protector, saying the latter might have been included in the list after he admitted to have dealt with the late drug lord Cresistomo “Tata Negro” Llaguno whom the former played basketball with.

Rama said he wanted to help Llaguno surrender to authorities but the latter was gunned down in Barangay Lorega-San Miguel, Cebu City in 2010.

“He (Rama) wanted to help one drug (lord) who was trying to change his life, was ready to reveal certain things but got killed. The former mayor’s move may have been misinterpreted,” Palma said.

Although contents in Duterte’s drug list were reportedly “validated and revalidated” by different law enforcement units, Palma said accusations should go with sufficient evidence and proof.

Wounded

Rama, in a press conference yesterday, revealed he visited the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) head office in Manila on Monday and the agency has no document to link him to illegal drugs.

Rama said he went to see PDEA Director General Isidro Lapeña and asked the latter who was the drug lord he was supposedly protecting, but Lapeña could not give an answer.

According to Rama, he decided to go to PDEA instead of meeting with Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa on the advise of a person he declined to name.

Rama said that while he was focused on clearing his name, he also believed it would only be right for President Duterte to clear the names of those on his drug list if they are found innocent of the accusation.

When asked by reporters how he was, Rama said: “I’m wounded of course. But I have to keep (my) cool.”

Cryptic reply

PDEA Central Visayas Director Yogi Felimon Ruiz, on the other hand, gave a cryptic answer when asked if his office has any record linking Rama to illegal drugs.

He said he could not say anything on the matter because if he did, he would just was be “cooking” himself. He did not elaborate except to point out that he would not know much since it’s just been a week since he assumed his post in the region.

Ruiz instead opined that the list released by the President did not just include those protecting or selling drugs but also officials who failed address the drug problem under their watch.

“If (the) President (saw that) based on their data gathered, you did not do your part, then (he would think) you are part of the problem,” Ruiz added.

Palma, meanwhile, said that to assist the government in its drive against illegal drugs, the Archdiocese of Cebu intends to come up with parish-based programs that will help drug users get rid of their old habit.

He encouraged priests to open parishes and chapels to drug users who seek their help for rehabilitation.

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Espinosa ‘confined’ in Cebu hospital

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Is suspected drug protector Albuera Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. confined in a hospital in Cebu City?

Police officials on Monday scrambled for answers following radio reports that the mayor arrived in Cebu last Saturday to have himself confined in a hospital here.

“I asked my men to monitor Mayor Espinosa’s whereabouts. They checked all hospitals in Cebu but so far the feedback is negative, said Senior Supt. Joel Doria, head of the Cebu City Police Office.

Chief Supt. Noli Taliño, director of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7), said that all information he received regarding Espinosa’s alleged presence in Cebu were from the media.

The Albuera mayor, he said, has not coordinated nor sought security from PRO-7.

A report on radio station DYAB said Espinosa was confined in a hospital somewhere south of Cebu City under heavy watch.

According to the DYAB report, the station’s reporter was not allowed to get inside the mayor’s room — a suite on the third floor — because security was tight.

Earlier, a check by Cebu Daily News at the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) showed that Espinosa was registered as among the passengers of a Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight from Manila which arrived at the airport at 1:08 p.m. last Saturday.

Sources said Espinosa boarded the plane bound for Cebu a few hours after he left the Philippine National Police headquarters in Camp Crame where he had surrendered days before.

Last August 2, Espinosa showed up at the PNP headquarters to beat a 24-hour deadline set by President Rodrigo Duterte for him and his 36-year-old son, Kerwin, to surrender or shoot-on-sight orders would be issued against them.

Before PNP Director General Ronald dela Rosa, the mayor denied protecting his son, a known drug lord in Eastern Visayas and tearfully pleaded for him to surrender.

Kerwin, who is believed to be out of the country, remains at large.

A source on Friday tipped off CDN about the mayor’s plan to seek medical attention in Cebu, requesting members of the media to fetch him at the airport to foil what he feared would be possible assassination attempts on him.

Based on the flight radar application of the airport, the mayor and a certain Mariel Espinosa were on board the 12 noon PAL flight from Manila.

But reporters waiting at the arrival area failed to see Mayor Espinosa among the arriving passengers.

Instead, it was his brother Ramon, the latter’s wife Emma and two teenage kids who emerged from the arrival area.

Escorted by members of the Aviation Security Unit-7 (AVEU-7), Ramon who partly hid his face with a jacket, refused to answer questions from the media and immediately boarded a taxicab with his companions.

Supt. Ritchie Posadas, director of AVEU-7, later confirmed that Mayor Espinosa did arrive at the MCIA Saturday afternoon.

According to reports, Ramon and Emma acted as mere decoys for “security purposes.”

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Bohol guv to give names of narco-politicians

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BOHOL Governor Edgardo Chatto has promised to support the anti-drug campaign of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-7).

“Yesterday, I made a courtesy visit to Governor Chatto of the province of Bohol. It was a very productive meeting. He committed to support our anti-drug campaign and promised to give the names of narco-politicians in the province. This will be investigated and verified and the list will be submitted to the president. We hope to conduct intensified operations in Bohol the coming days. I always make sure to conduct a validation,” said PDEA 7 Chief Yogi Filemon Ruiz during the 888 News Forum.

On the official site of the Provincial Government of Bohol, a post said that it is the goal of officials that Bohol becomes the first drug-free province in the country.

Meanwhile, PDEA has eight more drug personalities in their list.

“I could not say for now who are these people. I apologize because we are still investigating,” Ruiz told Cebu Daily News.

He said there will be an updated list next month.

Ruiz said that the program in going after these drug personalities in the region is not only limited to one government agency.

“One target sabutan kung kinsa mo-handle ani (we will agree as to who will handle) to maximize the resources of the government and avoid encounters. In the regional level we erase the culture of competition,” he added.

When asked about Oplan Tokhang in posh subdivisions, Ruiz said the police tried it, “but the families just asked for privacy that’s why you do not get to hear about this, but way gipili ang PNP.”

Meanwhile, the Department of Interior and Local Government in the region said incumbent local officials named in the Duterte list shall continue to function even if they are placed under investigation.

“Until they are suspended after due process, they continue to act as local officials,” said lawyer Rene Bordeus, DILG regional director.

He also said the DILG regional offices have not received any order to participate in the investigation, especially of incumbent officials included in the Duterte list of alleged drug protectors or those somehow involved in illegal drugs.

Franz Sabalones, brother of San Fernando town Vice Mayor Fralz Sabalones, had surrendered to Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa and ratted on his sources and protectors in the PNP.

But despite the statements of dela Rosa that he had no intention of letting go of Franz, there is no pending warrant of arrest against him.

Police Regional Director Noli Taliño said the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group was tasked to investigate Franz and is currently studying whether Franz’s admission about his illegal drugs dealings would be enough to file a case against him.

The police are also looking into who will replace Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz, the alleged top drug lord in the region who was killed by the police sometime in June.

He warned them that they will be the target of police operations if they do not surrender.

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Bohol guv to give names of narco-politicians

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Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Regional Director Yogi Filemon Ruiz expounds on their campaign against drug lords in Region 7 during the 888 News Forum held at the Marco Polo hotel. (CDN PHOTO/LITO TECSON)

BOHOL Governor Edgardo Chatto has promised to support the anti-drug campaign of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-7).

“Yesterday, I made a courtesy visit to Governor Chatto of the province of Bohol. It was a very productive meeting. He committed to support our anti-drug campaign and promised to give the names of narco-politicians in the province. This will be investigated and verified and the list will be submitted to the president. We hope to conduct intensified operations in Bohol the coming days. I always make sure to conduct a validation,” said PDEA 7 Chief Yogi Filemon Ruiz during the 888 News Forum.

On the official site of the Provincial Government of Bohol, a post said that it is the goal of officials that Bohol becomes the first drug-free province in the country.

Meanwhile, PDEA has eight more drug personalities in their list.

“I could not say for now who are these people. I apologize because we are still investigating,” Ruiz told Cebu Daily News.

He said there will be an updated list next month.

Ruiz said that the program in going after these drug personalities in the region is not only limited to one government agency.

“One target sabutan kung kinsa mo-handle ani (we will agree as to who will handle) to maximize the resources of the government and avoid encounters. In the regional level we erase the culture of competition,” he added.

When asked about Oplan Tokhang in posh subdivisions, Ruiz said the police tried it, “but the families just asked for privacy that’s why you do not get to hear about this, but way gipili ang PNP.”

Meanwhile, the Department of Interior and Local Government in the region said incumbent local officials named in the Duterte list shall continue to function even if they are placed under investigation.

“Until they are suspended after due process, they continue to act as local officials,” said lawyer Rene Bordeus, DILG regional director.

He also said the DILG regional offices have not received any order to participate in the investigation, especially of incumbent officials included in the Duterte list of alleged drug protectors or those somehow involved in illegal drugs.

Franz Sabalones, brother of San Fernando town Vice Mayor Fralz Sabalones, had surrendered to Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa and ratted on his sources and protectors in the PNP.

But despite the statements of dela Rosa that he had no intention of letting go of Franz, there is no pending warrant of arrest against him.

Police Regional Director Noli Taliño said the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group was tasked to investigate Franz and is currently studying whether Franz’s admission about his illegal drugs dealings would be enough to file a case against him.

The police are also looking into who will replace Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz, the alleged top drug lord in the region who was killed by the police sometime in June.

He warned them that they will be the target of police operations if they do not surrender.

http://cebudailynews.inquirer.net/10092 ... oliticians

Dapat isama rin itong PDEA regional director sa iimbestigahan. Base dun sa naririnig ko kasali rin yung gob ng bohol sa droga tapos humingi siya ng tulong?

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Dapat isama rin itong PDEA regional director sa iimbestigahan. Base dun sa naririnig ko kasali rin yung gob ng bohol sa droga tapos humingi siya ng tulong?


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Pangasinan drug ring leader nabbed
August 9, 2016 9:04 pm

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BALUNGAO, Pangasinan: A Filipino-Chinese businessman named by the police as the leader of Ong-Bascos Gang operating in the eastern part of Pangasinan was arrested at dawn on Tuesday.

Senior Supt. Ronald Oliver-Lee, police provincial director, identified the suspect as Alexander “Alex” Ong, 39, of Barangay San Leon in Umingan town who was arrested in a buy-bust in Barangay Kita-Kita at about 3 a.m.

One of Ong’s runners—Dondon Umingan, 25, was instrumental in the arrest.

Lee said Ong is a known pusher in the 5th and 6th districts of Pangasinan.

Senior Insp. Amando Natividad Jr., Balungao police chief, said Ong had just deli­vered about 50 packs of shabu in Urdaneta City and the towns of Umingan, Asingan, Tayug, Santa Maria, Rosales and Asingan when he agreed to transact with a poseur buyer. One plastic sachet of shabu was recovered from him with the P500 marked money.

Natividad said Umingan was earlier arrested in buy-bust in Barangay Rajal, about three hours before Ong was collared. The drug runner said they had just delivered the drugs to their distributors in various towns.

Umingan admitted being Ong’s courier in Balungao and confirmed that his boss is the supplier of shabu in the eastern part of Pangasinan.

Ong has also been identified by pushers and users as their source of shabu.

Assistant Provincial Prosecutor Emilio Matro recommended no bail for Ong during the inquest.

Meanwhile, the No.3 drug pusher in Santa Barbara town and a 16-year-old out-of-school youth were also nabbed on Tuesday.

The arrested suspects were identified as Denver Cabanayan, 16, of Barangay San Alejandro, Santa Maria town, and Rockey Barte of Barangay Tebag in Santa Barbara.

Chief Insp. Rex Infante, Santa Barbara police chief, collared Barte as he handed shabu to a poseur buyer in Barangay Menien West.

Confiscated from him were six sachets of shabu and P300 marked money.

Barte is reportedly a member of a drug syndicate in Metro Manila.

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PNP pulls out 27 security escorts of 4 Visayas mayors on drug list

ILOILO CITY — The Police Regional Office in Western Visayas (PRO-6) has recalled the 27 security escorts of four mayors in the region who were implicated by President Duterte in the illegal drugs trade.

Of the number, 21 of these police escorts were deployed to Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog – far more than those of other mayors in Western Visayas who were also named by the President.

Mayor Alex Centena of Calinog town in Iloilo had four while Mayor Julius Pacificador of Hamtic town in Antique had two.

Mayor Mariano Malones of Maasin town in Iloilo had no police escort, based on data from the Police Regional Office in Western Visayas (PRO-6).

Lawyer Mark Piad, Mabilog’s spokesperson, explained that the policemen previously assigned to Mabilog worked in shifts as closed-in security personnel and also posted at the mayor’s residence.

He said the removal of the security personnel had raised concerns on Mabilog’s safety and security.

“We are concerned that people with ill motives might take advantage of the situation,” Piad told the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

The Philippine National Police (PNP) also removed the operational control of police units from local chief executives named by the President as involved in illegal drugs.

Among the policemen included in the President’s list were former Iloilo City police chiefs and retired Chief Supt. Marietto Valerio and Senior Superintendents Kashmir Disomangcop and Ruperto Floro.

Mabilog and the other mayors have denied the President’s allegations that they were protectors of drug lords.

Mabilog was among those who reported to PNP Director General Ronald Dela Rosa and Interior Secretary Ismael Sueño on Monday to clear their names and subject themselves to investigation.

Piad said Dela Rosa assured Mabilog of his safety but it was still unclear what measures the PNP would take without assigning policemen to Mabilog.

The mayor would still meet with Senior Supt. Remus Zacharias Canieso, Iloilo City police chief, to discuss the concerns on his security.

He said the mayor was contemplating of hiring security personnel from accredited private security agencies but this would be in consultation with the PNP.

The mayor might also limit his public appearances and would be accompanied by aides until he could finalize his security arrangements, Piad said.

Meanwwhile, Mayor Julius Pacificador of Hamtic town in Antique has declared his willingness to submit himself to investigation.

He reported to Sueno and promised to sign a waiver for investigators to have unhampered access to his bank accounts and financial records, according to his lawyer, Eduardo Fortaleza. SFM

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PNP: Seizure of P88M shabu shows Leyte town mayor knew of son’s drug trade

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04:13 PM August 10th, 2016




ALBUERA, Leyte – A ranking official of the Eastern Visayas police said on Wednesday that the 11 kilos of shabu worth P88 million that were seized inside the house of Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr., only showed that he knew of his son’s illegal operation, contrary to his claims he did not.

Senior Supt. Allan Cuevilla, police deputy director for operations of the Philippine National Police in Eastern Visayas, said the items recovered from the mayor’s residence showed that the elder Espinosa not only knew of his son Kerwin Espinosa’s illegal drug operations, he was involved in it, too.

The joint teams of police also recovered components to create improvised explosives and an improvised claymore bomb.

Members of the Regional Public Safety Battalions helped in the raid of the house of Espinosa at Sitio Tinago, Barangay Benolho, an interior village about 250 meters from the main road.

It was the biggest haul of shabu in Eastern Visayas, where the shabu distribution was said to be controlled by the mayor’s son, Kerwin.



Days ago, the elder Espinosa surrendered to PNP Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa, the Philippine National Police chief, on Aug. 2 before the lapse of the 24-hour deadline set by President Duterte for him and his son to surrender or a shoot-on-sight order would be issued against them.

He denied that he was part of his son’s illegal drugs operations and tearfully appealed to Kerwin to surrender.

The elder Espinosa and his family stayed at the “White House,” Dela Rosa’s official residence until Aug. 6, when he went to Cebu City and had himself confined in a suite room of a private hospital.

The house was empty when the policemen from the the RPSB, Albuera police and the Leyte Provincial Police Office conducted the raid about 6 a.m. on Wednesday.

The operatives found 11 packs of high grade shabu, components for improvised bombs and improvised claymore bomb inside the cabinet under the kitchen sink.

The packs of shabu were placed inside a white plastic bag. SFM

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Asa na kaya karon si Espinosa mang tiyanak?
Baka itinago na yun ng mga protectors nya diha sa Cebu? :shock:

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