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nag jaywalking siguro tong si diaz aka jaguar. at si franz yung dumakip na CITOM, nagka areglohan at nagka business partner. :lol: :lol: :lol:


CITOM is pet project of Tomas..
Just like the TEDMAN in Mandaue which was named after Teddy... :lol: :lol:



ayos ka ah... kung si Adme know-it-all sa America.. Ikaw naman sa Local :lol: :lol: :lol:


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And Tedman was replaced by TEAM after Cortes was elected... :lol: :lol:

Nabasa ko lang naman ang mga yan...
I don't pretend to know everything... :lol: :lol:
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ok noted...



Adme oh.. :biglaugh:

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bangang daw, busina naman tiyanak


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behave ako.. di ako sumali sa mga patutsada nyo :lol: :lol: :lol:

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pwede sigurong di na lang patayin ung pusher.. ipatira na lang sa kanila ung shabu na nahuli sa kanila.. halimbawa e sampung gramo..

parang nagpakamatay na rin sya nun.

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ipa overdose nalang. sayang din naman kung susunugin lang :lol: :lol: :lol:

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pwede sigurong di na lang patayin ung pusher.. ipatira na lang sa kanila ung shabu na nahuli sa kanila.. halimbawa e sampung gramo..

parang nagpakamatay na rin sya nun.

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ipa overdose nalang. sayang din naman kung susunugin lang :lol: :lol: :lol:


isang gramo pa lang ng shabu e mababaliw na yun.

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Napolcom withdraws Osmeña's operational supervision over police
Wednesday, August 10, 2016


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CEBU. Cebu City Acting Mayor Edgardo Labella receives the Napolcom resolution withdrawing the deputation of Mayor Tomas Osmeña as Napolcom representative. (Princess Felicitas)


THE National Police Commission (Napolcom) has issued a resolution withdrawing the deputation of Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña as the commission's representative effective immediately.

The move means that Osmeña can no longer choose his chief of police.

"The commission declares that the duties, obligations, powers and prerogatives vested into Osmeña as Napolcom deputy are hereby removed or revoked," stated Resolution 2016-467, which was issued Thursday, August 10, and signed by Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary and Napolcom chairman Ismael Sueno.

The resolution was issued after Osmeña withdrew his support to the police's campaign against illegal drugs.



"Instead of supporting the pronouncement of the Chief Executive, Mayor Tomas Osmeña as local chief executive and deputized representative of the commission in Cebu City decided to withdraw all support to the Cebu City Police Office... True to his pronouncement to withdraw his support, Mayor Osmeña had decided to stop giving allowances and rewards to new police officers who were newly assigned in the police office. He likewise ceased in supplying gasoline to police service vehicles and decided not to release the 15 patrol cars and three vans that were requested by the former chief of the Cebu City police station," the resolution stated.

These acts are "inimical to national security or which negate the effectiveness of the peace and order campaign" of President Duterte, said the commission.

It added that Osmeña's acts were investigated and validated by the Napolcom Regional Office, which recommended the withdrawal of the deputation.

nder Section 64 of Republic Act 8551, otherwise known as Philippine National Police Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998, "governors and mayors, upon having been elected and living qualified as such, are automatically deputized as representatives of the Napolcom in their respective jurisdiction."

As deputized agents of the Napolcom, local government executives can inspect police forces and units, conduct audit, and exercise other functions as may be duly authorized by the commission.

The Napolcom resolution was received at Thursday by Cebu City Acting Mayor Edgardo Labella.

Osmeña is currently in the United States for his annual medical checkup. (Sunnex/With reports from Princess Felicitas)

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/local-ne ... ice-490550

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12 self-confessed drug pushers yield to Lapu police


By: Norman V. Mendoza
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03:05 PM August 10th, 2016


TWELVE self-confessed drug pushers surrendered themselves and their firearms to the Lapu-Lapu City Police Office Headquarters Wednesday morning.

Senior Supt. Rommel Cabagnot, Lapu-Lapu City police chief, was on hand for the surrender.

Leading those who surrendered were Rasul Pabilla and his partner Brix Daligdig who ranked second and third in the police drug watch list. Both were residents of Camella Homes in Barangay Pajac, Lapu-Lapu City.

They also brought with them their cohorts identified as Allan Mapande, 26, Arman Pinto, 36, Lantong Tandayao, 37, Baradi Pascan, 32, Alimosa Saomay, 36, Nurban Gunti, 22, Jalil Pabilla, 26, Jamil Pabilla, 28, Abdullah Pabilla, 40, and Widad MamAo, 31, all of Camella Homes in Barangay Pajac.

Rasul and Brix had no pending arrest warrants but surrendered anyway for fear of being shot down by vigilantes.

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P1-billion marijuana seized in Kalinga
Tuesday, August 09, 2016
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AN ESTIMATED P1 billion worth of fully-grown marijuana plants were raided and uprooted by authorities at Mount Chumanchill in Tinglayan, Kalinga during the weekend.

The joint operation initiated by the Police Regional Office-Cordillera (PRO-Cor) said the plantation is estimated to reach eight hectares planted with more than 5.2 million pieces of fully-grown plants.

Joint personnel from the PROCOR and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), Kalinga PPO, and 503rd Infantry Brigade of the 51st Infantry Division of the Philippine Army conducted an aerial inspection leading to the discovery of the plantation.

In a belated police report, the operations led by PRO-Cor director Police Chief Superintendent Elmo Francisco Sarona set up another aerial inspection, which allowed them to discover another plantation with P5 million worth of marijuana on the other side of the sloped cultivated area.

The seek and destroy operation was a joint accomplishment by PRO-Cor, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), the Kalinga Police Provincial Office (PPO), and army forces from the 503rd Infantry Brigade of the 51st Infantry Division.

“The marijuana plants, which looks even bigger than a fully grown corn plant that is visible from the air is surprising. There is even a hut which could be used by the planters in resting,” Sarona said.

With the discovery, the police director said they will continue the eradication in adjacent mountains in the towns of Pasil and Lubuagan as it was also found through reconnaissance that there are many marijuana plantations.

Kalinga Police Provincial Director Victor Wanchakan meanwhile said they started with the eradication on the first week of July on Mt. Bitalayungan until they discovered some eight hectares more of plantation site in Barangay Loccong,Tnglayan.

Officials said the quality of marijuana from Kalinga is more potent than those from Benguet.

“Ang marijuana dito sa Kalinga ang ginagawang hashish, dahil magandang klase, na kalimitang dinadala sa ibang bansa” said PDEA director Juvenal Azurin.

Just few days apart, 14 containers with chemicals believed to be used in manufacturing shabu were also seized in Barangay Malekkeg, Santa Marcela, Apayao.

Authorities suspect the 14 containers are part of the 50 which were removed from the shabu laboratory in the nearby Barangay Nicolas Agatep, Lasam, Cagayan, which was raided by police back in February 16, 2015.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on August 10, 2016.

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/baguio/local- ... nga-490404

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Laoang mayor, wife ‘not on our drug list’ but Duterte may have other sources - EV cop chief
By: Eladio Perfecto, InterAksyon.com
August 10, 2016 9:08 PM


CATARMAN, Northern Samar -- The police director for Eastern Visayas said Mayor Hector Ong of Laoang, Northern Samar, and his wife Madeleine are not on the provincial or regional police's lists of drug suspects but acknowledged that President Rodrigo Duterte may have other sources linking the couple to narcotics.

At a press briefing in Catarman Wednesday, Chief Superintendent Elmer Beltejar also said his office had nothing to do with the validation of the names on Duterte’s list of government officials and law enforcers allegedly involved in the drug trade.

The Ongs are allegedly protectors.

But Beltejar said: "Based on our records both from the police provincial and the regional office the names of Mayor Hector Ong and his wife former mayor Madeleine Mendoza Ong were not in our list."

Asked how the Ongs were included in Duterte’s list, Beltejar said: "The validation and re-validation of the lists didn't pass through in our office, the validation was being done in the national level."

After they were publicly named, the couple quickly denied the charges and said they had been campaigning against drugs even before Duterte was elected president.


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Chinese man in P100-M Angeles City shabu bust indicted

By: Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com
August 10, 2016 6:31 PM


MANILA - A Chinese national from whom P100 million worth of shabu was seized last week was indicted Wednesday before the Regional Trial Court in Angeles City, Pampanga for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Yiye Chen was charged with illegal possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, based on a complaint filed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), according to Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Juan Pedro Navera.

The suspect was arrested in a raid on a warehouse on Hensonville in Jasmin Street at Malabanias Village, Angeles City. Authorities confiscated 36,584.5023 grams of shabu.

No bail was recommended for the suspect.

Citing their surveillance operations, the PDEA tagged Yiye Chen as a member of a transnational drug trafficking syndicate.

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Napolcom withdraws Osmeña's operational supervision over police
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CEBU. Cebu City Acting Mayor Edgardo Labella receives the Napolcom resolution withdrawing the deputation of Mayor Tomas Osmeña as Napolcom representative. (Princess Felicitas)


THE National Police Commission (Napolcom) has issued a resolution withdrawing the deputation of Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña as the commission's representative effective immediately.

The move means that Osmeña can no longer choose his chief of police.

"The commission declares that the duties, obligations, powers and prerogatives vested into Osmeña as Napolcom deputy are hereby removed or revoked," stated Resolution 2016-467, which was issued Thursday, August 10, and signed by Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary and Napolcom chairman Ismael Sueno.

The resolution was issued after Osmeña withdrew his support to the police's campaign against illegal drugs.



"Instead of supporting the pronouncement of the Chief Executive, Mayor Tomas Osmeña as local chief executive and deputized representative of the commission in Cebu City decided to withdraw all support to the Cebu City Police Office... True to his pronouncement to withdraw his support, Mayor Osmeña had decided to stop giving allowances and rewards to new police officers who were newly assigned in the police office. He likewise ceased in supplying gasoline to police service vehicles and decided not to release the 15 patrol cars and three vans that were requested by the former chief of the Cebu City police station," the resolution stated.

These acts are "inimical to national security or which negate the effectiveness of the peace and order campaign" of President Duterte, said the commission.

It added that Osmeña's acts were investigated and validated by the Napolcom Regional Office, which recommended the withdrawal of the deputation.

nder Section 64 of Republic Act 8551, otherwise known as Philippine National Police Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998, "governors and mayors, upon having been elected and living qualified as such, are automatically deputized as representatives of the Napolcom in their respective jurisdiction."

As deputized agents of the Napolcom, local government executives can inspect police forces and units, conduct audit, and exercise other functions as may be duly authorized by the commission.

The Napolcom resolution was received at Thursday by Cebu City Acting Mayor Edgardo Labella.

Osmeña is currently in the United States for his annual medical checkup. (Sunnex/With reports from Princess Felicitas)

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/local-ne ... ice-490550

akala ko si Vitaliano Aguirre ung nasa piktyur, ganyan din kasi kakapal ang Peluka non...ooops

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Protests erupt over deadly anti-drug policy of the Philippines' new president




Nearly 800 Filipinos have been killed as a result of an extreme anti-drug policy rolled out by newly-elected President Rodrigo Duterte.

Since taking power in May, Duterte has ordered the police and military to kill suspected drug dealers and users without due process. The policy has also spurred a wave of civilian vigilantism, which has prompted over 600,000 Filipinos to voluntarily turn themselves over to authorities. A local newspaper is keeping tally of the victims through a "Kill List."

“This lawless killing by citizens and by police of people who are suspected of either using or selling drugs, but without due process and without trial, is really an unprecedented situation,” says Hannah Hetzer, senior international policy manager with the Drug Policy Alliance. “It’s an extreme violation of human rights, and unfortunately the president is showing no signs of backing down.”

On Sunday, Duterte, who was quoted as saying he didn't "care about human rights," announced that he expanded his hit-list to include 150 government officials. In response, more than 300 international human rights groups, including the United Nations, formally condemned these extrajudicial killings.

“The president has actually promised to pardon any police officers who have human rights cases brought against them if they kill anyone suspected of drug offenses,” Hetzer says. “He’s also promises medals for any citizens or vigilantes that [participate]. It seems that right now there is an atmosphere where opposition is not possible — any judge or any congressman who tries to bring a case against the president could potentially also be labeled as embedded with the traffickers and face prosecution themselves.”

Hetzer says these extrajudicial killings are likely to continue, unless the international community takes action. However, despite these reports, the United States recently provided $32 million in law enforcement aid to the Philippines.

According to Hetzer, fear is driving this violent anti-drug campaign. Only about 3 percent of the population uses drugs “problematically,” and on the whole, drug trafficking operations in the Philippines are much smaller when compared to places across Latin America.

“Even at the 3 percent mark, this isn’t an overwhelming problem,” Hetzer says. “These people need help and treatment, instead of murder. I think that the president is just using the drug scare as a way to go ahead with his anti-crime campaign and quash opposition.”

Hetzer says that the weakest people are the ones feeling the brunt of this violent crackdown.

“It’s often much harder to actually catch those higher up in the [drug] organizations,” she says. “So when you have people shooting others in the street, they are unlikely to be the heads of big drug cartels, and those that are the heads of big drug cartels travel with bodyguards and are much more protected. This, as with many other anti-drug campaigns, falls heavily on the shoulders of the most vulnerable.”

This story first aired as an interview on PRI's The Takeaway, a public radio program that invites you to be part of the American conversation.

http://www.pri.org/stories/2016-08-10/p ... t#comments

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New Philippine prisons won’t fix broken justice system

By: Paul Millar - POSTED ON: August 10, 2016

As President Duterte’s brutal war on drugs strains already overcrowded Philippine prisons, human rights workers say pouring money into new jails isn’t the answer


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Building new prisons to house the hordes arrested in Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte’s fierce crackdown on the drug trade will do little to address the fundamental failings of the justice system, human rights workers have said.

Philippine officials confirmed yesterday that the government will allocate funding for new correctional facilities to cope with the thousands of men and women filling the country’s chronically overcrowded jails that have been widely condemned for their lack of food, space, sanitation and safety.

Human Rights Watch deputy Asia director Phil Robertson said Duterte’s war on drugs is having a devastating effect on a justice system already straining to cope with the number of criminals in detention.

“It’s been disastrous,” he told Southeast Asia Globe. “What you’re facing is many people being rounded up and placed in an already overburdened correctional system which is serviced by courts that are, frankly, paragons of inefficiency.”

Robertson pointed to the widespread lack of bail for non-violent offenders as a key failure of the Philippine justice system.

“You end up with people facing long periods of pre-trial detention and effectively denied bail, which they should be allowed to receive,” he said.

The officials’ announcement comes just days after a series of harrowing AFP pictures of conditions inside the overcrowded Quezon City Jail sparked international outrage. The photographs showed thousands of near-naked men – who have to sleep in shifts on the concrete floors of the prison – living without access to basic sanitation.

Quezon City Jail was built more than 60 years ago to house a maximum of 800 inmates. Today, there are almost 4,000.

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Angel Lopez, 6, waits outside the cell as she runs errands for her father (in yellow shirt) whose languishing for two years without trial inside a jail in Quezon City, Philippines, 01 July 2003. Overcrowding in Philippine prisons has been a problem for more than a decade.

“The prisons are undoubtedly overcrowded and in need of urgent reform, with prisoners facing conditions which do not meet international standards,” said Ritz Lee Santos III, Amnesty International Philippines chairperson.

Although Philippine interior secretary Ismael Sueno told AFP that Duterte was committed to the rehabilitation of the swathes of criminals arrested in his drug crackdown, Santos said there was little real evidence of reform.

“The president has mentioned that he will do something [to address the] current situation in the prison cells,” he said. “However, we have yet to see tangible [progress] as far as the prison management system here in the Philippines.”

Robertson said that the government’s announcement was an unsustainable solution to a problem rooted in the entrenched inequality of the Philippine justice system.

“The situation’s getting worse day by day because more and more people are being arrested in this broad drugs crackdown,” he said. “Saying they’ll build something that won’t be open for a year or two doesn’t really help solve the problem today. And the way things are filling up in the current correctional facilities, by the time these new places are open they’re going to be full of people as well. So they need to be thinking beyond a bricks and mortar approach to the problem.”

Santos said the overcrowding within correctional facilities made it difficult for criminals to leave prison as functioning members of society.

“One key goal of prison is rehabilitation,” he said. “There are [existing] schemes within the prison system, but these are undercut by the poor conditions.”

http://sea-globe.com/philippine-prisons ... ce-system/

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this human rights advocates were nowhere to be found when those poor victims were brutally raped, brutally killed from these people whom they labeled as victims of injustice. The worst, most of them so called human rights advocate are living in America.

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Palace to release names of ‘untainted’ local execs

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
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AFTER President Rodrigo Duterte publicized the names of local executives with alleged link to drug operations, Malacañang is also set to announce the names of local government unit (LGU) officials whose reputation is “untainted,” Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said on Wednesday.

In a statement, Andanar said the government also has to acknowledge officials who choose to take the right track.

“In a few days, we will release the list of reputable LGU officials… We thought that it was also proper to celebrate the untainted reputation of LGU executives when it come to illegal drugs,” Andanar said.

“Based on the list, there are more clean governors and mayors than LGU executives who are suspected to be in the illegal drugs business,” he added.

Andanar’s statement came after Duterte divulged the names of public officials, including governors and mayors, who are allegedly involved in illegal drug trade.

In a separate statement, Local Government Secretary Ismael Sueño said the roster of esteemed LGU officials had already been passed on but has to be verified first.

Sueño said the government would give credit to those officials with good track record, including those who have received awards on the grounds of their excellent performance.

“We have the list now but [it’s] still on the process of verification. There is no specific criteria yet. It’s just those who are not included in the second list of drug protectors. Of course, we are checking the untainted LGU officials,” Sueño said. (Sunnex)


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