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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2018 12:34 am 
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Bacolod cops net P9.28M worth of ‘shabu’ in 15 days
Negros August 17, 2018


BACOLOD City – The Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) seized PHP9.278 million worth of “shabu” (methamphetamine hydrochloride) from August 1 to 15, 2018, police figures have showed.

A total of 618.54 grams were confiscated in various operations during the period.

Data showed that from August 9 to 15, anti-drug operatives recovered PHP6.528 million in “shabu” weighing 435.21 grams while from August 1 to 8, seized were 183.33 grams amounting to PHP2.75 million

In the entire 15 days, the police conducted 23 operations and arrested 38 persons. A total of 48 cases were filed.

Senior Supt. Francisco Ebreo, acting city police director, said in a press conference on Thursday the large volumes seized by the Bacolod police in the past week was a result of the information gathered by the anti-drug units in the previous operations.

“That’s why during follow-up operations we were able to arrest more people and still recovered big volume of illegal drugs,” he said.

On August 7, personnel of Police Station 2 confiscated PHP1.44 million of “shabu” from two suspects in a buy-bust at Purok Ube, Barangay 4.

The following day, City Drug Enforcement Unit operatives seized PHP1.02 million of the same prohibited substance from four high-value personalities in a buy-bust in Barangay Singcang-Airport.

On August 9, newly-identified drug personality Errol Gimarangan Jr. was arrested with PHP5.1 million worth of shabu also in Barangay Singcang-Airport during the operation conducted by personnel of Police Station 8.

Ebreo said the Bacolod police is employing both the “demand control strategy” and “supply control strategy” in their campaign against illegal drugs.

In terms of demand control, all the 10 police stations are assisting the City Anti-Drug Abuse Council in the barangay clearing efforts while Police Community Relations units of these stations hold lectures and seminars in barangays and schools as part of the anti-drug campaign, he said.

Ebreo said the police operations to curb the illegal drug supply continues in compliance with the instructions of Western Visayas police regional director, Chief Superintendent John Bulalacao. (PNA)


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‘Drug lords give money to NPA rebels’
BY EUGENE Y. ADIONG ON AUGUST 17, 2018


BACOLOD CITY: An adviser of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has revealed that members of the New People’s Army (NPA) operating in northern Negros are receiving money from drug lords in the Visayas.

Mayor Magdaleno Peña of Moises Padilla town early this week said some big-time drug dealers are enjoying the protection of the communist rebels in the area and, perhaps, this is the reason why “illegal drugs are proliferating in that part of Negros Occidental.”

“That is probably why the regional center of the rebels is in the north with Fr. Frank Fernandez in there because [they]enjoy getting support from the drug lords…,” Peña added.

He was referring to Fernandez, who is said to be the recognized leader of the Communist Party of the Philippines-NPA on Negros island.


Northern Negros or the First District is composed of the cities of San Carlos and Escalante and the towns of Calatrava, Toboso and Salvador Benedicto.

The mayor said local politicians and police officers in the district are allegedly “protecting” the illegal-drugs business.

He slammed the San Carlos City police for claiming that the 6 kilos of shabu worth P72 million seized last week in Barangay Palampas in the city belong to a new drug group, saying the city police “might be involved or just plain blind.”

“A total of 18 kilos of shabu entered Negros Occidental through the San Carlos port last week but only 6 kilos were seized,” Peña said, adding that “the remaining drugs are now being sold in other parts of the province.”

Police failed to arrest Armando Paraquelles and his wife Josephine and their cohort Ronnie Recomo, alias Putot, who escaped during the operation.

The Paraquelles couple are but “underlings of the Bertucio drug group of Calatrava,” Peña said.

The alleged leader of the group was arrested years ago and is serving his sentence at the New Bilibid Prisons in Muntinlupa City.

“The drug group is still operating in the province,” Peña said.

The mayor said he has been assisting PDEA by augmenting its operatives, supporting its logistical requirements and giving rewards to those who are able to track down those involved in illegal drugs.

Meanwhile, Vice Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson, a former mayor of San Carlos City, challenged Peña to prove his claims.

“I am confident that none of the politicians in San Carlos City are protectors of illegal drugs. Ever since, we have these anti-illegal drug war a priority even before the term of President Rodrigo Duterte,” he said.

But he admitted that illegal drugs pass through San Carlos “because of its port.”

“This business of illegal drugs continues because it is lucrative. People make big bucks in it,” Lacson said.



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P24M shabu seized in NegOr
Updated August 17, 2018, 10:45 PM
By Calvin Cordova


CEBU CITY — Packs of shabu worth nearly P24 million were seized from a 27-year-old man in Barangay Bajumpandan, Negros Oriental.

The four packs were found in the sari-sari store of Janmark Abadilla during a raid by a team from the Drug Enforcement Unit of the Dumaguete City police, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and maritime police.

Sr. Supt. Angelito Dumangeng, deputy director for operations of the Central Visayas police, said they will be checking if Abadilla is in the government’s list of targeted drug pushers.

Aside from the shabu that weighed two kilograms, cash worth P113,290 and a caliber .38 revolver were also found in the store.

A search warrant issued by Executive Judge Gerardo Paguio of the Regional Trial Court in Dumaguete was used in the raid.

Dumangeng said the raid was part of the 33 search warrants that were implemented in different areas in Central Visayas last Thursday.

In Bohol, two men were killed after they resisted arrest.

In Barangay Suba, Anda town, Joel Vergara was shot and killed after he allegedly drew a firearm when the police was about to search his house.

In Barangay Bicao, Carmen town, Eddie Vaño was fatally shot after he shot an arresting policeman.

The policeman was unharmed because he was a wearing a bulletproof vest, the report said.



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HDO issued vs Peter Lim
Published August 17, 2018, 4:24 PM
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A hold departure order (HDO) has been issued on Friday against Cebu-based businessman and suspected drug lord Peter Lim which would prevent him from fleeing the country.

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Senior assistant state prosecutor Juan Pedro Navera, who handled the preliminary investigation of the drug cases against Lim, confirmed that the Makati City Regional Trial Court (RTC) issued the HDO.

“The court issued the HDO just now directing the BI to prevent accused Peter Go Lim from departing for a foreign destination,” Navera said Friday.

Makati City RTC Branch 65 released the order immediately after conducting a hearing over the motion of the Department of Justice (DOJ) panel of prosecutors led by Navera sought the issuance of the HDO.

“Finding the grounds relied upon by the prosecution to be impressed with merit, the Urgent Ex-Parte Motion for the Issuance of Hold Departure Order (HDO) against Peter Go Lim is hereby granted,” read the order of Acting Presiding Judge Gina Bibat-Palamos.

With this, the magistrate directed the Bureau of Immigration (BI) “to prevent or hold the departure from the country of accused, Peter Go Lim.”

The judge noted that only State Prosecutor Calvin Abungan attended the hearing, while, Lim’s counsel, lawyer Alex Francis Ver Lopez, failed to appear despite being notified.

Aside from the HDO, Palamos issued on August 14 arrest warrants against Lim and his co-accused, Ruel Malindangan.

The issuance of the warrants was made after the DOJ panel of prosecutors led by Navera filed on August 10 two counts of the nonbailable offense of conspiracy to commit illegal drug trade in violation of Section 26(b) in relation to Section 5, Article II of Republic Act 9165, the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Aside from Lim and Malindanga, those named as accused in the charges are self-confessed drug lord Rolan “Kerwin” Espinosa and his associate Marcelo Adroco, both of whom are in government custody.

Aside from the two charges, on July 25, state prosecutors filed charges against Espinosa, Adorco, and Malindagan, arrested alleged drug supplier Lovely Impal, and convicted drug lord Peter Co after probable cause was found by the DOJ to indict them based on the complaint of the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG).

The charges filed on July 25 are two counts of conspiracy to commit illegal drug trade at the Manila RTC and one other count of the same violation at the Makati RTC.



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RealNumbers: 59 cops fired over drug war; 778 exonerated
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A total of 59 police officers have been fired for various infractions linked to the Duterte administration's war on drugs, a spokesman of the Philippine National Police said Friday.

PNP spokesperson Senior Superintendent Bong Durana Jr. said a total of 3,275 police personnel have been slapped with administrative cases for anti-illegal drug operations from July 1, 2016 to July 31, 2018. Of this number, 778 police officers have been exonerated while 2,438 cases have been dismissed.

Durana said 65 percent of police personnel who were dismissed or penalized have ranks ranging from PO1 to PO3. "Seventy-five percent or 3/4ths of those involved are those of lower ranks," he said.

Durana confirmed that none of the so-called narco generals identified by President Duterte have been dismissed as a result of charges linked to the drug war. However, he said one general has been dismissed for charges not related to drugs.

Law enforcers conducted 105,658 anti-drug operations over a two-year period, leading to the arrests of 152,123 drug personalities.

A total of 4,410 drug personalities died in the operations, according to data from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency.


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Mismo!
At kapag tinotoo ang mahigpit na pagbabantay ng BOC at pagkulong sa iba pang matataas na opisyal sa gobyerno
Yon mga heneral na sabwat daw, nasa drug matrix ni Digong dati. Kinakalimutan na Tsk tsk
At yon mga intsik na nahuhuli na me shabu lab, hindi man lang napaparusahn sa war against ni gunggong

Kaya alams na kung sino talaga ang Protektor :mrgreen:


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Testimonies of slain workers point to Peter Lim’s drug links
By Ador Vincent S. Mayol|August 16,2018 - 11:08 PM


THEY may be both dead now. But the testimonies of Bernard Liu and Ananias Dy — two employees of Cebu businessman Peter Lim who were murdered separately years ago — continue to echo and speak volumes about their former boss’ operations.

In 2001, Liu told the House of Representatives’ committee on dangerous drugs that Lim and his brother Wellington were allegedly involved in the illegal drugs trade.

“(They) got their supply of shabu from their contacts in Hong Kong and smuggled it through the Mactan-Cebu International Airport,” he said in a 2002 House report secured by Cebu Daily News.
Liu, who was employed at the Hilton Heavy Equipment in Barangay Subangdaku, Mandaue City, from 1980 to 1996, said he was tasked by the Lim brothers to meet imported cargoes and collect nightly income of all their nightclubs.

On numerous occasions, Liu said he accompanied Wellington to Hong Kong where they would communicate with their contacts upon their arrival.

“Thereafter, they would find a carton inside their room containing packages of white crystalline granules of shabu packed in transparent plastic,” the committee report stated.

“He added that during their trips to Hong Kong, they would bring back with them to Cebu City 10 kilos of shabu distributed among their luggage and golf sets. Upon arrival at the Mactan Airport, he claimed that their baggage was not subjected to a thorough inspection,” it added.

Liu claimed that the Lim brothers were also engaged in the smuggling of used clothing, used tires, canned goods, and appliances, brought in as misdeclared cargo and dropped in by ships to waiting pump boats.

The siblings, he said, also owned five nightclubs in Cebu but they were not listed as the owners in order to avoid being implicated in any court action. The nightclubs allegedly employed minors as dancers and entertainers and were used as places for prostitution, Liu said.

For his part, Dy, a bodyguard of Lim, testified that he was tasked by Peter to escort a container van to be shipped to Manila from a warehouse in Mandaue City.

He said he saw employees of a certain Ben Go packing white crystalline substances, which he knew as shabu, in a box that was about to be loaded onto the same container van.

Dy said the container van, which contained 48.25 kilos of shabu, was apprehended by the Economic Intelligence and Investigation Bureau in Manila.

When the committee on dangerous drugs conducted a public hearing for an act creating the Philippine Drug Enforcement Administration in 2001, Dy and Liu appeared and made the allegations against the Lim brothers.

A series of hearings were then conducted to validate the allegations.

Samuel Pedrosa, a former chief at the Mactan Airport and Seaport, concurred with Dy and Liu.

He said, in his testimony, that the luggage of Peter Lim would not pass through the X-ray machine of the airport and would instead be delivered straight to the office of the Customs police for pick up.

Blanket denial

When asked to explain by the committee, Peter denied all the allegations hurled by Dy and Liu.

He challenged the committee to clear him or charge him in court.

Peter then claimed that both Dy and Liu were just getting back at him and his brother for refusing to give them P200,000, the amount, he said, they tried to extort.

Dy and Liu denied Lim’s claims.

In its findings, the House committee on illegal drugs said Peter’s defense was a “mere blanket denial” which could not stand against the testimonies of the witnesses.

“The testimonies of the witnesses cannot be ignored as they appear to be consistent. Nowhere during the hearings did they waiver in their statements despite intense pressure,” the committee said.
The two witnesses passed the lie detector test while the Lim brothers did not take the same test.

“Peter Go Lim’s bare denials obviously cannot prevail over positive identification made by the said witnesses,” the committee added.

No action from DOJ

Former Rep. Antonio Cuenco of Cebu City’s south district, who chaired the House committee on dangerous drugs when a congressional inquiry was conducted against the Lim brothers, said they referred the matter to the Department of Justice (DOJ).

“The work of Congress is just to conduct fact-finding investigation. We forwarded the results to the DOJ which has the power to prosecute,” Cuenco told Cebu Daily News on Thursday.

Sadly, he said the DOJ did not act on it.

In July 2006, Dy was shot dead by two unidentified men at the corner of Salvador and Katipunan Streets in Barangay Labangon, Cebu City.

In September 2011, Liu was found dead in his home in Naya Subdivision, Barangay Tangke, Talisay City, where he lived alone.

A rope around his neck and crude oil poured over his body were the tell-tale signs of murder.

Liu’s body was already decomposing when police discovered the corpse at the back of his house.

“I’m really disgusted that the police did not even investigate the death of these two witnesses. The police did not do anything for a reason or another,” Cuenco said.

He said he was nonetheless happy that Peter is now facing charges in court following the testimonies of another set of witnesses.

“I hope this case would prosper,” said Cuenco.

Lim’s spokesperson Dioscoro “Jun” Fuentes said the allegations in the committee report against the Lim brothers were nothing but old claims.

“Those were old allegations,” he said as he dismissed allegations linking the Lims to the narcotics trade.


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SC Associate Justice Peralta says courts are failing in drug cases
By: Tetch Torres-Tupas - Reporter / @T2TupasINQ INQUIRER.net / 07:37 PM August 16, 2018


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A senior justice of the Supreme Court said the courts are failing in drug cases because it is humanly impossible for a trial court judge to comply with the requirements of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002

Associate Justice Diosdado Peralta said that while there were significant improvements in the reduction of case backlogs as a result of the implementation of the continuous trial program by the Supreme Court, “we are failing in drug cases.”

During his interview with members of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) for the Chief Justice position, Peralta said the disposal rate of cases has increased significantly since they started implementing the continuous trial system in 2012.

It was pilot tested in criminal cases in selected courts in Quezon City, and was later expanded to cover 52 pilot courts in Metro Manila, both in metropolitan trial courts (MeTCs) and regional trial courts (RTCs).

In September last year, the high court implemented the system in all trial courts, including the Sandiganbayan and the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA).

Peralta said the disposal rate of cases at RTC’s increased from 1.12 percent to 44.8 percent. In family courts, the rate increased to 26 percent.

However, he said that in drug cases, the law has set a humanly impossible time frame to resolve the cases.

Under Article XI, Section 90 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, cases must be resolved not later than 60 days from the date of filing of the Information (charge sheet). The decision on the case must be issued within 15 days from submission. However, he said the courts are “having a hard time.”

He explained that if the drug courts will schedule the trial during arraignment, they could handle six to seven cases that could be resolved within the 60-day deadline.

Considering the evidence that should be examined, the witnesses who need to be called to testify, and laws to be studied, Peralta said the 60-day deadline “is humanly impossible.”

Peralta noted that it was a good thing that Senator Richard Gordon was present during the deliberation as he hinted on the possibility of introducing amendments to the anti-drug law, particularly the deadline given to the judges.

He added that there are also circumstances that are beyond the control of trial court judges such as police officers who file complaints but simply “disappear” when it’s time for them to testify.

If appointed Chief Justice, Peralta said he would prefer a regular summit between the pillars of justice — the judiciary, the Department of Justice (DOJ), and law enforcement — to come up with measures to properly implement the anti-drugs law. /ee



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Lawyers of Makati bar released after 24-hour detention
By: Dexter Cabalza - Reporter / @dexcabalzaINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 08:09 AM August 18, 2018



After spending more than 24 hours in detention at the Makati police station, the three lawyers, who were arrested by police for allegedly obstructing the implementation of a search warrant inside a Makati bar, walked out of jail on Friday night.

An order signed by Senior Assistant City Prosecutor Romel Odronia recommended the release of lawyers Lenie Rocel Rocha, 25; Jan Vincent Sambrano, 32; and Romulo Bernardo Alarkon, 33, lawyers from the Desierto and Desierto law firm which represents the owners of Time in Manila bar on Makati Avenue.

The order dated Aug. 17 was recommended for approval by Deputy City Prosecutor Henry Salazar and approved by Senior City Deputy Prosecutor Emmanuel Medina.


The three lawyers, however, are not yet off the hook as they need to return to the Makati Prosecutor’s Office for the preliminary investigation scheduled on Aug. 28.

“There is a necessity to conduct a preliminary investigation to give complainants opportunity to submit additional evidence in support of their complaint, and for the respondents to submit controverting evidence,” Odronia wrote.

The order was given to the custodians of Makati police station at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.

The freed lawyers were silent when they stepped out of the police station at around 8 p.m. They were welcomed by their families and friends.

Police said the lawyers have undergone inquest proceedings for charges of constructive possession of illegal drugs under Section 11 of Republic Act No. 9165, as well as obstruction of justice, resistance and disobedience to persons of authorities, and violation of a city ordinance that bars civilians from crossing a police line.

According to the Makati police, the three lawyers were arrested on Aug. 16 initially for obstruction of justice after they “entered the premises of the bar, took several pictures and videos of the scene, and intimidated the members of the searching team without proper and prior coordination.” /muf


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Published August 17, 2018, 4:24 PM
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A hold departure order (HDO) has been issued on Friday against Cebu-based businessman and suspected drug lord Peter Lim which would prevent him from fleeing the country.

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Senior assistant state prosecutor Juan Pedro Navera, who handled the preliminary investigation of the drug cases against Lim, confirmed that the Makati City Regional Trial Court (RTC) issued the HDO.

“The court issued the HDO just now directing the BI to prevent accused Peter Go Lim from departing for a foreign destination,” Navera said Friday.

Makati City RTC Branch 65 released the order immediately after conducting a hearing over the motion of the Department of Justice (DOJ) panel of prosecutors led by Navera sought the issuance of the HDO.

“Finding the grounds relied upon by the prosecution to be impressed with merit, the Urgent Ex-Parte Motion for the Issuance of Hold Departure Order (HDO) against Peter Go Lim is hereby granted,” read the order of Acting Presiding Judge Gina Bibat-Palamos.

With this, the magistrate directed the Bureau of Immigration (BI) “to prevent or hold the departure from the country of accused, Peter Go Lim.”

The judge noted that only State Prosecutor Calvin Abungan attended the hearing, while, Lim’s counsel, lawyer Alex Francis Ver Lopez, failed to appear despite being notified.

Aside from the HDO, Palamos issued on August 14 arrest warrants against Lim and his co-accused, Ruel Malindangan.

The issuance of the warrants was made after the DOJ panel of prosecutors led by Navera filed on August 10 two counts of the nonbailable offense of conspiracy to commit illegal drug trade in violation of Section 26(b) in relation to Section 5, Article II of Republic Act 9165, the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Aside from Lim and Malindanga, those named as accused in the charges are self-confessed drug lord Rolan “Kerwin” Espinosa and his associate Marcelo Adroco, both of whom are in government custody.

Aside from the two charges, on July 25, state prosecutors filed charges against Espinosa, Adorco, and Malindagan, arrested alleged drug supplier Lovely Impal, and convicted drug lord Peter Co after probable cause was found by the DOJ to indict them based on the complaint of the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG).

The charges filed on July 25 are two counts of conspiracy to commit illegal drug trade at the Manila RTC and one other count of the same violation at the Makati RTC.



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HDO issued vs Peter Lim
Published August 17, 2018, 4:24 PM
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A hold departure order (HDO) has been issued on Friday against Cebu-based businessman and suspected drug lord Peter Lim which would prevent him from fleeing the country.

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Senior assistant state prosecutor Juan Pedro Navera, who handled the preliminary investigation of the drug cases against Lim, confirmed that the Makati City Regional Trial Court (RTC) issued the HDO.

“The court issued the HDO just now directing the BI to prevent accused Peter Go Lim from departing for a foreign destination,” Navera said Friday.

Makati City RTC Branch 65 released the order immediately after conducting a hearing over the motion of the Department of Justice (DOJ) panel of prosecutors led by Navera sought the issuance of the HDO.

“Finding the grounds relied upon by the prosecution to be impressed with merit, the Urgent Ex-Parte Motion for the Issuance of Hold Departure Order (HDO) against Peter Go Lim is hereby granted,” read the order of Acting Presiding Judge Gina Bibat-Palamos.

With this, the magistrate directed the Bureau of Immigration (BI) “to prevent or hold the departure from the country of accused, Peter Go Lim.”

The judge noted that only State Prosecutor Calvin Abungan attended the hearing, while, Lim’s counsel, lawyer Alex Francis Ver Lopez, failed to appear despite being notified.

Aside from the HDO, Palamos issued on August 14 arrest warrants against Lim and his co-accused, Ruel Malindangan.

The issuance of the warrants was made after the DOJ panel of prosecutors led by Navera filed on August 10 two counts of the nonbailable offense of conspiracy to commit illegal drug trade in violation of Section 26(b) in relation to Section 5, Article II of Republic Act 9165, the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Aside from Lim and Malindanga, those named as accused in the charges are self-confessed drug lord Rolan “Kerwin” Espinosa and his associate Marcelo Adroco, both of whom are in government custody.

Aside from the two charges, on July 25, state prosecutors filed charges against Espinosa, Adorco, and Malindagan, arrested alleged drug supplier Lovely Impal, and convicted drug lord Peter Co after probable cause was found by the DOJ to indict them based on the complaint of the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG).

The charges filed on July 25 are two counts of conspiracy to commit illegal drug trade at the Manila RTC and one other count of the same violation at the Makati RTC.



https://news.mb.com.ph/2018/08/17/hdo-i ... peter-lim/

Kapag nakulong yan may kakain na naman nang sarili nilang mga etsas. :lol: :lol: :lol:


Nangangamoy sacrificial lamb kuno to mask the issue or just putting some ice on a very hot and glaring fact :mrgreen:
Kadali talagang mapaikot at maloko ng mga bobitang dds he he :biglaugh:

Tapal pa more!

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