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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:59 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 1:03 pm 
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sorry, poor editing on my part. i was to name the peeps accused together with Taguba but thought otherwise and did not delete the 'and' when i tried to group them as 'et al'. a recurring hard habit to break, you can say.

nevertheless, thanks for reading my post. but no thanks for not addressing the message presented.

or perhaps, agree din sa message ko pero hindi lang dun sa 'and et al', which is fair enough.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:55 pm 
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82-anyos na lola na naka-oxygen support pa, nahulihan ng P1.7M halaga ng shabu
Hunyo 20, 2018 9:10pm GMT+08:00



Inaresto ang isang 82-anyos na lola matapos mahulihan ng 250 na gramo ng hinihinalang shabu na nagkakahalaga ng P1.7 milyon sa kanilang tahanan sa Rizal Avenue, Batangas City.

Ayon sa ulat ni John Consulta sa 24 Oras nitong Miyerkoles, kinilala ang suspek na si Estelita "Nanay" Andal na may suot pang oxygen support nang maaresto.

Nahuli rin ang iba pa niyang kasama na sina Danilo "Kalbo" Ramos, 32, at Circoncicion "Mamira" Andal, 59.

Base sa imbestigasyon ng pulisya, ang grupo umano nina Lola Estelita ang pangunahing nagsusupply sa mga tulak ng iligal na droga sa Batangas City.

"Ang ginagawa nilang cover kunwari may sakit sila, 'yung bahay nila 'yung old house para hindi halata. Disimulado 'yung kanilang drugs business for several years," sabi ni Police Senior Superintendent Edward Quilates, provincial director ng Batangas PDO.

Mariin namang itinanggi ni Lola Estelita na nagbebenta sila ng ipinagbabawal na gamot.

"'Yun eh may nagdala, ipinahabilin at kukuhanin daw kagabi. Pag po nagpapahabilin sa akin at kinukuha ulit eh binibigyan ho ako ng pera," sabi ni Lola Estelita.

Subalit, hawak ng pulisya ang ilang text messages na makapagpapatunay na sangkot nga ang grupo ni Lola Estelita sa iligal na gawain.

nina Lola Estelita upang matukoy kung saan nagmumula ang shabu na ibinebenta nila.

"May hawak ka na shabu, definitely may mas malaking pinanggagalingan baka may ibang negosyanteng involved diyan sa droga. Siguro darating ang panahon makakapa din kayo ng kapulisan," saad ni Police Chief Superintendent Edward Carranza, regional director ng PRO-4A.

Nanawagan din ang mga awtoridad na itigil na ang mga ganitong klase ng krimen.

"Kay alyas Nanay, isipin po natin ang nasisirang buhay at kinabukasan sa pagtutulak ng iligal na droga. Sa lahat ng nasa gawaing ito, nananawagan kaming tumigil na," sabi ni Quitales. —Anna Felicia Bajo/NB, GMA News


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:03 pm 
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PDEA operatives seize P7M marijuana stalks
By Doris Mae Mondragon and Benjie TalisicJune 20,2018

Operatives of the regional Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-7) seized almost P7 million worth of marijuana plants at Sitio Mit-ol and Sitio Mapa, Barangay Tagbao, Cebu City last June 19.

The 17,172 marijuana stalks were seized from a certain Ireneo Borres, a 50-year-old resident of Barangay Tagbao, Cebu City. Of that number seven were taken for examination at the PDEA lab while the rest were burned on site.

Borres is detained at the city police office pending the filing of charges against him.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 10:19 pm 
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pag zero or daan or libo or milyon ang halaga ng droga, nakupo, kadalasan patay agad!

pero pag bilyong droga, pinapalampas lang, nalilipat pa sa ibang pwesto sa gobyerno ang sangkot.

i mean one has to be a special kind of stup1d not to see this.

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RIP sa mga biktima ng tokhang, who will never see the day of defending themselves in any court...

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Nahuli din Michelle Comstock, aka Brigitte de Joya . Wag nyo na hanapin yung picture niya ngayon. :biglaugh:

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Nahuli din Michelle Comstock, aka Brigitte de Joya . Wag nyo na hanapin yung picture niya ngayon. :biglaugh:

sa kangkongan napunta?

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Former actress, partner nabbed for drugs

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CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The local police recently arrested former sexy actress Michelle Comstock or “Brigitte De Joya” and her partner Marciano Camacam alias “Bong Guevarra” for possessing illegal drugs.

The two suspects were arrested at their residence at Northville, Calulut Resettlement after the city police served a search warrant issued by the Regional Trial Court Branch 46.

Evidences recovered from the suspects were eight sealed sachets, a weighing scale, bundle of empty plastic sachets, five improvised tooters, and two plastic bottles containing suspected drug paraphernalia.

Comstock and Camacam were charged for violating Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.


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Broadcaster arrested for illegal drugs

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CAMP MACABULOS, Tarlac City -- A broadcaster suspected to be a drug personality was arrested during a raid in his house in Barangay San Isidro, this city, Friday.

Senior Superintendent Ritchie Posadas, Tarlac police provincial director, identified the suspect as Evangelino Dizon alias Jing Dizon, 56, a resident of said barangay and broadcaster of dzTC and dzRH.

Posadas said joint elements of the Tarlac provincial investigation branch, Tarlac Drug Enforcement Unit and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA)-Central Luzon served against Dizon a search warrant issued by the Regional Trial Court Branch 64 of Tarlac.

Recovered from the Dizon were five sachets of “shabu” (methamphetamine hydrochloride), 12 medium sized plastic sachets of marijuana leaves, and two short firearms.

The search and seizure was conducted in the presence of barangay officials, media men and representatives from the Department of Justice.

The suspect was taken to Tarlac police investigation branch for further investigation, Posadas said.

He said Dizon is considered as high-value target level 2 personality of Tarlac police. (Ric Sapnu)



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2018 10:00 am 
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Drug raids BACK: one time big time hit
By Negros Chronicle -June 23, 2018

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A series of buy bust operations on illegal drug have been conducted during non-violent raids with zero casualty during the past weeks. Known drug lairs raided include Calindagan and Looc.

DUMAGUETE CITY – Simultaneous buy bust operations in the reactivated anti-illegal drug campaign swooped down its saturation rive in Sitio Canday-ong, Brgy. Calindagan whom police said is the territory of known political figures.

Armed with a search warrant, the buy bust operation last Monday April 16, resulted to the arrest of four (4) suspects, confiscation of drugs and paraphernalia, and impounding of nine (9) unit motorcycles.

Question: who takes custody of all confiscated illegal drugs lest they be re-circulated into the market weeks after its confiscation?

Impartial quarters immediately asked why is Calindagan famous for illegal drug activities when these should have long been stopped by big politicians residing in the area.

The raid on illegal drugs was led by PSINSP IAN PAUL ARAPOLS under City Chief of Police PSUPT JONATHAN D PINEDA, Acting Chief of Police, CIDG PFU personnel under PSNSP DEOGRACIAS DIAZ, PDEA-Negros Oriental personnel under Agent Jona Mirador, PIB-PDEU personnel led by PSINSP ARMEL VON ALEGRIA, HPG- Negros Oriental led by PSINSP ROBELITO DL MARIANO and PMFC NORPPO.

Another composite team of enforcer last April 16, 2018 at 6:30AM, a Composite Team of PDEANORPO, Dumaguete City Police Station, CIDGNegros Oriental Field Unit (Lower), PIB PDEU- and PMFC NORPPO conducted an Anti-Illegal Drugs Operation using Search Warrant # 18 -2018 for violation of R.A 9165 at Purok Sunflower, Sitio Canday-ong, Barangay Calindagan, Dumaguete City.

Composite Team arrested ROMULO ACAS y TOMARONG alias MOLONG ACAS, 55 years old, widow, a resident of Purok Sunflower, Sitio Candayong, Barangay Calindagan, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental and JULIUS CUEVAS y PAÑA, 40 years old and a resident of Sitio Canday-ong, Barangay Calindagan, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental. Their arrest led to the confiscation of illegal drugs corresponding net weight which amounted to 8.31 grams and with DDB Value of Php 83,100.00.

Also the PNP composite team arrested arrested ERIC MIRAL y BALIOS, 41 y/o, married, a resident of Purok Camia, Sitio Canday-ong, Dumaguete City. Recovered pieces of evidence from the suspect were transparent plastic sachet containing suspected shabu, one (1) piece P500.00 Peso Bill marked money and one unit cellular phone. Chemistry Report was released wherein results of the specimen submitted to determine the presence of dangerous drugs under RA 9165 and its corresponding net weight which amounted to .80 grams and with DDB Value of Php 8,000.00.

The same raid also resulted in the arrest GEJER ENFESTAN PIÒERO, alias Jaguar, 41 years old, married, a resident of Purok Maanyag, Sitio Candayong, Brgy. Calindagan, Dumaguete City and led to the confiscation of several items/evidence.


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PDEA agents nab 9, seize P8M shabu
June 23, 2018 Written by Alfred P. Dalizon


NINE known drug personalities in Mindanao including four ‘high-value’ targets were arrested by agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in a series of anti-narcotics operations in the region which led in the seizure of over P8 million worth of shabu, PDEA chair, Director General Aaron N. Aquino announced yesterday.

The official said two of the ‘HVTs’ identified as Sabas Jayme, 40; and Brendalyn Mae Llego, 32, both residents of Purok Maligaya, Barangay Astorga in Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur were arrested during an anti-drug raid on Thursday last week conducted by members of the PDEA Regional Office 11 and the local police.

Recovered during the service of the search warrant for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 were around 400 grams of dried marijuana leaves, two small plastic packets containing some 120 grams of shabu valued at P864,000 and assorted drug paraphernalia.

In Maguindanao, PDEA Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao operatives last Friday arrested public school teacher Salama Diwa, 46, and her three cohorts during a buy-bust operation which led in the confiscation of P6.8 million worth of the so-called ‘poor man’s cocaine.’

Aquino said Diwa, a teacher from the Datu Unsay Elementary School in Maguindanao was arrested along with her cohorts Mahmod Dimodtang, 48; Saiden Adil, 30; and Nasser Kamurindong, 45, all residents of Maguindanao during the sting in a gasoline station in Awang, Datu Odin municipality.


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Rising number of minors’ drug arrest alarms NCRPO
June 23, 2018 Written by Alfred P. Dalizon

THE National Capital Region Police Office yesterday sounded the alarm bell on the increasing number of minors being arrested for involvement in illegal drug activities in Metro Manila which comes in the wake of proposals to subject even elementary students to random drug testing.

NCRPO director, Chief Superintendent Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar said that from January 1 to June 17, 2017, NCRPO agents arrested a total of 88 minors for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

The number of minors arrested during the period was broken down as follows: 20 by the Northern Police District, 20 by the Eastern Police District; 23 by the Manila Police District; 12 by the Southern Police District; and 13 by the Quezon City Police District.

Eleazar said that from January 1 to last June 17, the number has increased to 116 already with the NPD arresting 18; the EPD with 15; the MPD with 35; the SPD with 21; and the QCPD with 217.

The other day, Quezon City Police District director, Chief Superintendent Joselito T. Esquivel Jr. announced the arrest of two drug pushers and the seizure of about P300,000 worth of high grade marijuana in a follow-up operation in Pasig City.

Esquivel identified the suspects as Jayson Proda, 24; and Julius Cesar Ilagan, 32, both residents of C. Victorino Streeet, Villa Alfonso, Barangay Bambang, Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City.

The two were arrested hours after two suspects, one of them a 17-year old Grade 10 student was arrested while in possession of some P10,000 worth of marijuana along 13th Avenue corner 15th Avenue in Cubao, Q.C. Esquivel said the two suspects pointed to Proda as their source of marijuana.

The NCRPO chief earlier proposed that school teachers and members of Parents-Teachers Associations search the lockers and bags of their students for drugs and deadly weapons noting a number of cases wherein young students have been caught for illegal possession of drugs, home-made weapons and knives.

Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency chair, Director General Aaron N. Aquino also proposed the mandatory drug-testing of teachers and students in Grade 4 and up. “Iyung mga series of arrest na ginagawa natin, iyung nai-involve ay mga estudyante saka mga teacher. Iyung pinaka-youngest naming naaresto is I think, 10 years old pa lang,” the PDEA chief said.

This year, dozens of minors acting as drug couriers in Metro Manila and other parts of the country have been arrested by PDEA and Philippine National Police agents in buy-bust operations. The minor suspects have been turned over to the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

According to Aquino, they are coordinating their proposal with the Dangerous Drugs Board chaired by Secretary Catalino S. Cuy and the Department of Education headed by Secretary Leonor Briones who has maintained that parents must give their consent first before their sons or daughters are subjected to a drug test.




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14 ‘narco-politicians’ back war on drugs in Cordillera

Published June 23, 2018, 10:00 PM
By Zaldy C. Comanda


La Trinidad, Benguet — Fourteen newly-elected barangay officials in Abra who have been tagged by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) as alleged “narco-politicians” voluntarily presented themselves to the Police Regional Office-Cordillera headquarters at Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet last Friday.

Accompanied by Abra Governor Maria Jocelyn Bernos, the 14 alleged narco-politicians who won in the recent elections composed of five barangay chairmen and nine barangay kagawad or councilmen.

Chief Superintendent Rolando Nana, regional director (RD) of the PRO-Cordillera, confirmed that some of the 14 had undergone community-based programs as part of their reformation after they surrendered to the police at the onset of Oplan Tokhang in 2016.

Gov. Bernos, who took the initiative to convince the 14 to present themselves to the PRO-Cordillera, said all of these barangay officials are now challenged to show that they are worthy to serve their communities and deserve the people’s trust.

She said they support the government’s drive against illegal drugs and hope the PDEA would exonerate them.



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38 UN rights council members urge Philippines to stop drug war deaths

Ian Nicolas Cigaral (philstar.com) - June 23, 2018 - 11:30am


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MANILA, Philippines — Thirty-eight members of the United Nations Human Rights Council have urged the Philippine government to put an end to alleged rights abuses in its bloody war on drugs and bow to strong calls for an external investigation into the deadly campaign.

“We urge the government of the Philippines to take all necessary measures to bring killings associated with the campaign against illegal drugs to an end and cooperate with the international community to investigate all related deaths and hold perpetrators accountable,” the UNHRC member-states said in a joint statement delivered by Iceland on June 19.

“While acknowledging that drug use in the Philippines is a serious problem, actions to tackle drug abuse must be carried out in full respect of the rule of law and compliance with international human rights obligations,” they added.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte—who has defied international pressure and vehemently rejected criticisms of his human rights record—stoked alarm for unleashing his signature anti-narcotic drive, which has killed thousands of mostly urban, poor Filipinos.
Human rights monitors and western countries say most of the fatalities in Duterte’s brutal public safety project are extrajudicial killings committed by cops taking a frontline role in the lethal campaign and unknown assailants.

The Philippines is a part of the 47-nation global rights body, which has repeatedly condemned the recent spate of killings and called on Philippine authorities to allow the UN to probe the country’s human rights situation without preconditions or limitations.


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In the same joint statement, the group of 38 countries reminded the Philippine government that member-states “should lead by example and are expected to uphold the highest standards in the promotion and protection of human rights.”

They also expressed concern over the reported harassment of persons exercising their rights to freedom of opinion and expression in the Philippines, including human rights defenders and journalists.

“If needed, the Council may take further steps, including a more formal Council initiative to try and ensure that member states meet their human rights obligations,” they added.
The following countries signed the joint statement: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States.

Early this year, Iceland’s foreign minister welcomed the International Criminal Court's announcement that it will conduct a preliminary examination into the killings linked to the Philippines' drug war.


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