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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 5:45 pm 
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Panay Ang iyak pero mataas pa rin Ang rating ni lolo Digong...


Halata na Kasi Ang mga panloloko nang mga dilawan 30 years is enough EDSA is A failure


Nothing change after 30 years, they still blame the Marcoses :shock:


mas pinalala pa nga eh... pa tuwad tuwad na daan pa!

pwe! mas malala pa sila kay macoy :lol: :lol: :lol:

Tuwid na daan na baku baku.......


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walang nahuling drugs sa BOC sa panahon ni PNoy...

dahil lahat ng drugs made in the Philippines...

tanong mo pa kay Mar Roxas yan!

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Panay Ang iyak pero mataas pa rin Ang rating ni lolo Digong...


Halata na Kasi Ang mga panloloko nang mga dilawan 30 years is enough EDSA is A failure


Nothing change after 30 years, they still blame the Marcoses :shock:


mas pinalala pa nga eh... pa tuwad tuwad na daan pa!

pwe! mas malala pa sila kay macoy :lol: :lol: :lol:

Tuwid na daan na baku baku.......


tuwid ang pangurakot ng mga mokong na delawan :lol: :lol:

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walang nahuling drugs sa BOC sa panahon ni PNoy...

dahil lahat ng drugs made in the Philippines...

tanong mo pa kay Mar Roxas yan!

:banghead:

:lol: :lol: :lol:


pano me mahuli?, yung mga packages naman ng mga OFW before pinagtuonan nila ng pansin sa BOC (Ninakawan pa nga ang iba eh) :lol: :lol:

at kung may nahuli man before, pikit mata nalang sayang kasi kikitain nila sa kickbacks ng drug lords 8)

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bigatooth wrote:
pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
walang nahuling drugs sa BOC sa panahon ni PNoy...

dahil lahat ng drugs made in the Philippines...

tanong mo pa kay Mar Roxas yan!

:banghead:

:lol: :lol: :lol:


pano me mahuli?, yung mga packages naman ng mga OFW before pinagtuonan nila ng pansin sa BOC (Ninakawan pa nga ang iba eh) :lol: :lol:

at kung may nahuli man before, pikit mata nalang sayang kasi kikitain nila sa kickbacks ng drug lords 8)


kumbaga... kurap lng tlaga ang mga BOC... hindi mga drug-smugglers... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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3 ‘notorious’ pushers yield P54-M ‘shabu’ in Caloocan buy-bust
By: Matthew Reysio-Cruz - @inquirerdotnet
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:03 AM October 30, 2018



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HARD WORK PAYS OFF PNP Director General Oscar Albayalde (left) and National Capital Region Police Office chief, Director Guillermo Eleazar, examine the P54 million worth of drugs seized from three men in Caloocan City on Monday. The operation was conducted following four months of surveillance on the suspects, said to be notorious drug dealers. —NIÑO JESUS ORBETA



After four months of surveillance, the police on Monday arrested three allegedly notorious drug dealers who yielded P54 million worth of “shabu” (crystal meth) in Caloocan City.

Nasrudin Mantikayan, Ibrahim Hassan and Ampal Pala were caught by antidrug operatives of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) and Caloocan City police at the parking lot of a mall on Rizal Avenue.

The trio had sold P5,000 worth of illegal drugs to an undercover policeman in the lot where their white sedan, which held 8 kilos of shabu, was also parked.

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Chief Insp. Ferdinand Mendoza, head of the NCRPO Drug Enforcement Unit, said the arrested suspects were members of a criminal gang that operated in Metro Manila and Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon) region.

They were placed under surveillance for four months after the NCRPO learned of their activities during a previous antidrug operation that had resulted in the seizure of 10 kilos of shabu.

The suspects, who hail from Zamboanga del Sur, Maguindanao and Cotabato, will be charged with violating Sections 5 and 11 of Republic Act No. 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act.


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Ex-military man, two others caught with P1.36-M ‘shabu’

Published October 26, 2018, 4:21 PM
By Martin Sadongdong

A former military personnel and two other cohorts were arrested after they allegedly yielded around 205.5 grams of suspected methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu with a street value of P1.36 million to operatives of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) in Parañaque City on Thursday afternoon.

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NCRPO Director Guillermo Eleazar identified the arrested suspects as Johnven Arnaiz alias “Toto” and “Bossing,” 40, a former member of the Philippine Army (PA), of BF Homes, Parañaque City; Valentine Arnaiz, 52; and Joseph Gabatbat, 37.

Operatives of NCRPO’s Regional Drug Enforcement Unit (RDEU), Regional Special Operations Unit (RSOU), and Parañaque City Police apprehended the three suspects in a buy-bust operation conducted at the parking area of a shopping mall in BF Homes, Parañaque City around 5 p.m.

Eleazar said it was Arnaiz who allegedly sold four heat-sealed plastic sachets, each containing 50 grams of suspected shabu, to a police poseur-buyer. The deal was closed at P440,000 in exchange of the said items.

Meanwhile, Arnaiz’ two cohorts were waiting for him inside a black and red Toyota Vios with plate number VK-5960 parked on the fourth floor of the mall.

When the transaction turned out to be positive, Eleazar said the undercover agent gave out the prearranged signal. The arresting teams then showed themselves and collared Arnaiz and his two cohorts.

Police frisked Arnaiz and found in his possession a caliber .45 pistol while the two cohorts yielded a sachet containing 5.5 grams of suspected shabu.

Eleazar said the 205.5 grams seized from the suspects can be sold in the streets for P1.36 million.

The three suspects were brought to NCRPO headquarters in Taguig City while charges for selling and possession of dangerous drugs under the Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against them.

Furthermore, a separate charge for violation of RA 10591 or Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammunition will be filed against Arnaiz.

On the other hand, the suspected drugs and gun were brought to Crime Laboratory for technical examination.


https://news.mb.com.ph/2018/10/26/ex-mi ... 6-m-shabu/

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6 cops tagged in ‘shabu’ smuggling assured of due process – PNP Chief

Published October 30, 2018, 5:06 PM
By Aaron Recuenco


Director General Oscar Albayalde, chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP), has assured that due process of law will be afforded the five policemen implicated in the smuggling of tons of “shabu” through magnetic lifters that got past Customs authorities last August.

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It was learned that the Internal Affairs Service (IAS) has also initiated the administrative charges against Senior Superintendent Leonardo Suan, Supt. Lorenzo Bacia, Insp. Lito Pirote, Insp. Conrado Caragdag and SPO4 Alejandro Gerardo Liwanag.

The six were included in the drug matrix disclosed by President Duterte who are reportedly in cahoots with former senior police officials Eduard Acierto and Ismael Fajardo in the smuggling of shabu.

“We cannot confirm if they are the ones indeed, let the court decide on that,” said Albayalde.

“We cannot assume that they are guilty unless proven so they will be given due process,” he added.

The six cops were already placed under the custody of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) in order to make them available in all the investigation proceedings of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

The six cops, led by Suan, said they welcome the investigation as they expressed confidence that their names would be cleared.

Albayalde, for his part, said that they are not discounting the possibility that more policemen’s name would crop up at the course of the investigation.

And if that happens, he vowed that those found guilty would be immediately dismissed from the service.

Why me? – Suan

Suan, who had helped craft the government’s war on drugs, ironically found himself at the center of the controversial smuggling of drugs into the country under the noses of the Bureau of Customs (BOC).

Suan told reporters Monday that he did not know why his name cropped up in the drug matrix presented by the President.

“That is why I welcome any investigation to really know the truth… I don’t know why I was included in the matrix because I don’t have any issue with them,” he said.

The official defended himself by citing his own accomplishments in the campaign against illegal drugs.

Among them was the busting of the Boratong Drug Group which was notoriously known before to be operating a shabu flea market in Pasig City; and the arrest and conviction of alleged “drug queen” Yu Yuk Lai whose daughter was recently absolved by a regional trial court (RTC).

Suan said his stint as deputy regional director for Operations of Central Mindanao had resulted in the surrender of 42,000 suspected drug personalities in the region.

“I initiated a lot of programs that helped the PNP. I also helped in the formulation of tokhang,” said Suan.



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Customs officer Guban claims objecting to shabu entry
By: Pathricia Ann V. Roxas - Reporter / @PathRoxasINQ
INQUIRER.net / 01:40 PM October 30, 2018


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A Customs intelligence officer tagged in the alleged smuggling of P11 billion shabu is claiming that he objected to the entry into the country of magnetic lifters after learning from an accomplice that they contained illegal drugs.

Jimmy Guban made the claim as he read his sworn statement on Tuesday before the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee, which is investigating the irregularity.


The Customs officer also reiterated his earlier accusation that dismissed-Senior Supt. Eduardo Acierto was behind the entry of the shabu shipment. Acierto has denied the allegation.

“He (Acierto) confided to me that the goods covered by the bill of lading under Vecaba Trading are actually illegal drugs, particularly shabu,” Guban said.

“Upon hearing this, I immediately said that it was not possible to do and declared to Acierto that we from the Bureau of Customs would cause the apprehension of these drugs as part of my duty as a government employee and as a Bureau of Customs officer,” he added.

By this time Guban said Acierto committed to helping him seize the shipment by providing “staggered” information about the shipment.

Guban then asked Acierto to coordinate with Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-National Capital Region chief Ismael Fajardo who was his college classmate.

He said Acierto’s tip eventually led them to the discovery of the two magnetic lifters at the Manila International Container Port.

Upon seeing the shipment at the MICP, Guban said he realized this “exactly looked like” the magnetic lifters he helped Acierto provide a consignee for.

At this point, Guban admitted that some of his statements at the Tuesday hearing may be contrary to his earlier remarks because of his “lack of knowledge of the investigation, the stress it brought, fear for his and his family’s safety, and his detention in the Senate.”

At the hearing, Guban also accused Acierto and a certain “Mr. Necesario” of faking the documents of Vecaba Trading. The Customs officer said the two created a fake ID for a Vedasto Cabral Baraquel as the owner of the company. /cbb

Read the rest of Guban’s sworn statement here:

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Cops seize marijuana worth P3 M in Benguet
Published October 30, 2018, 7:32 PM
By Zaldy Comanda


LA TRINIDAD, Benguet — P3.3 million worth of marijuana were seized while two drug suspects were arrested in Simultaneous Anti-Criminality Law Enforcement Operations (SACLEO) conducted recently by the Police Regional Office-Cordillera (PRO-Cor).

Chief Superintendent Rolando Nana, regional director, said 39 tubular forms and 30 bricks of dried marijuana were confiscated in a separate police operations after a concerned citizen tipped off the abandonment of marijuana in Benguet last October 27.

Nana said personnel of Kapangan Municipal Police Station (MPS) confiscated 26 tubular forms worth P2,850,000 abandoned on the Paykek-Sagubo Provincial Road Lomon, Paykek, Kapangan, Benguet Saturday morning.

They were placed in two traveling bags and a sack found at the right portion of the road hidden in a ravine more or less four meters deep.

In the afternoon of the same day, the operatives seized four tubular marijuana dried leaves worth P444,000 also abandoned on Gov. Bado Dangwa Road, Sitio Longon, Beling-Belis, Kapangan, Benguet.

This time, the marijuana was placed in a red bag wrapped with a yellow plastic and further taped with brown packaging tape.

In another operation, the Kibungan MPS in coordination with Kapangan MPS, recovered 30 abandoned marijuana bricks and nine tubular forms inside the drainage on the road in Barangay Beleng-Belis, Kapangan, Benguet.

The Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) valued the seized marijuana which were placed inside two rice sacks at of P927,500.

He said the seizure of the contraband is an offshoot of tipped information that three vehicles, not locally owned, were seen parked for a long time in the vicinity of the Concrete Boundary Arc of Kibungan-Kapangan, on the National Road, which prompted operatives of Kapangan and Kibungan MPS to move.


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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
bigatooth wrote:
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walang nahuling drugs sa BOC sa panahon ni PNoy...

dahil lahat ng drugs made in the Philippines...

tanong mo pa kay Mar Roxas yan!

:banghead:

:lol: :lol: :lol:


pano me mahuli?, yung mga packages naman ng mga OFW before pinagtuonan nila ng pansin sa BOC (Ninakawan pa nga ang iba eh) :lol: :lol:

at kung may nahuli man before, pikit mata nalang sayang kasi kikitain nila sa kickbacks ng drug lords 8)


kumbaga... kurap lng tlaga ang mga BOC... hindi mga drug-smugglers... :lol: :lol: :lol:


korek.... pera pera lang din trip nila :lol: :lol:

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napaka tinding drug lord, drug smuggler talaga ni big boss fidel anoche. kahit nakakulong na tone-toneladang shabu pa rin ang pinalulusot sa custom.





musta na mga mautong dds na patuloy pa ring napapasakay ni tatay digong sa war on drugs kuno niya?



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Police superintendent on Duterte ‘narcolist’ killed in shootout
By: Julie S. Alipala - Reporter / @alipalajulieINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:29 AM November 07, 2018


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ZAMBOANGA CITY — A police superintendent on President Rodrigo Duterte’s “narcolist” was killed in a shootout with law enforcers in a buy-bust operation in Dipolog City on Monday night, as the Philippine National Police regional office pressed its campaign to rid its ranks of officers with drug links.

Chief Insp. Helen Galvez, spokesperson for the police regional office here, identified the slain officer on Tuesday as Supt. Santiago Ylanan Rapiz, logistics chief of the Zamboanga del Norte police.

Senior Supt. Romeo Caramat, chief of the PNP Counter-Intelligence Task Force (CITF), which operates against rogue officers, said Rapiz was on a list of 6,000 suspected drug dealers compiled for the President’s war on drugs.

Rapiz was accused of protecting drug lords and engaging in narcotics dealing, Caramat said.

Reward for police team

The President on Tuesday promised to reward the policemen who killed Rapiz with a trip to Hong Kong.

He said he was open to converting the trip to cash.

Noting that Rapiz was a ranking officer, the President promised to reward policemen who would kill their superiors who were involved in the illegal drug trade.

He also reminded policemen that there was a P3-million reward for officers who could kill “ninja cops” — officers who sell confiscated illegal drugs.

Rapiz was selling P50,000 worth of “shabu” (crystal meth) to undercover agents from the CITF and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in Dipolog City on Monday night when he sensed that he had been caught in a buy-bust operation.

Galvez said Rapiz tried to escape, but he was cornered in front of the Andres Bonifacio College gym.

Shootout

“Instead of [surrendering], he drew his firearm and fired at the arresting [officers]. The [authorities] fired back, hitting him,” Galvez said.

Recovered from Rapiz was a plastic packet containing the shabu that he had tried to sell to the agents and a semiautomatic pistol.

He was taken to Corazon Aquino Hospital in Dipolog, where doctors pronounced him dead on arrival, Galvez said.

Chief Supt. Emmanuel Luis Licup, the PNP regional director, said Rapiz worked at the Western Visayas Police Office in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental province, before he was reassigned here in October 2016.

Crackdown on bad cops

Earlier, Licup announced an intensification of a campaign against police in the region with drug links.

He said 11 officers had been arrested in drug raids, while 31 others had tested positive for drugs.

Rapiz was the third policeman to be killed in the campaign.

Two other officers — PO3 Ronald Bernardo and PO2 Ma. Oliver Olaso, both members of the narcotics team of the Zamboanga City police — were killed in a shootout with undercover agents during a drug raid on Aug. 18.

Nearly 5,000 people have been killed in police operations since the President launched his brutal war on drugs in 2016.

Human rights groups claim the actual score is five times that figure and that the victims were mostly small-time drug users or peddlers gunned down by motorcycle-riding assailants, who are either hired guns working for the police or policemen themselves.

The PNP rejects that charge, saying the other killings were “deaths under investigation.” —With reports from Julie M. Aurelio and the wires



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Law enforcers to get reward for killing ninja cops — Duterte

Updated November 7, 2018, 9:01 AM
By Genalyn Kabiling



President Duterte is planning to give a reward to law enforcers who will kill their superiors involved in the illegal drug trade.

The President has offered the reward after commending the policemen who launched a buy-bust operation that led to the death of drug-linked Police Supt. Santiago Rapiz in Dipolog City.

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Rapiz, a logistics officer of the Zamboanga del Norte police office, was reportedly included in the government’s list of ninja cops or policemen allegedly involved in recycling illegal drugs seized in legitimate police operations.

“Yung colonel na pinatay kagabi…Tama ‘yun. I’m going to reward that policeman, any policeman who will kill his superior because the superior is into drugs,” Duterte said during a Cabinet meeting in Malacañang.

“I will give you a prize and a trip to Hong Kong,” he added.

The President reiterated that he has offered P3 million for the arrest of ninja cops involved in illegal drug trade. Duterte insisted that he does not tolerate cops engaged in illegal activity.

“Patayin ninyo, three million,” he said, adding that drug-linked police officials are unlikely to surrender and might fight it out with arresting authorities.

“T** i*** mga pulis. Papatayin ko talaga kayo. Do not give me that human rights? Police nandyan ka sa droga?” he said.

The President previously expressed frustration with the policemen involved in the drug trade, offering bounty for every dead rogue cop. He warned the cops to better shape up, saying he would not tolerate corrupt and abusive men in uniform.



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Duterte doubts magnetic lifters contained P11-B worth of ‘shabu’
By: Darryl John Esguerra - Reporter / @DJEsguerraINQ INQUIRER.net / 10:58 PM November 06, 2018

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PDEA chief Aaron Aquino inspects one of four magnetic lifters that contained traces of “shabu” (crystal meth) already emptied by drug traders that smuggled about P6.8 billion of the illegal drug in a Cavite warehouse on Friday. Authorities found the massive steel devices with hollowed parts where the drugs were hidden inside a warehouse in General Mariano Alvarez town in a follow-up operation after seizing 500 kilograms of shabu worth P4.3 billion (below) inside two lifters at the international container port in Manila two days earlier. (Photo by EDWIN BACASMAS / Philippine Daily Inquirer)


President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday expressed doubt about the claim of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) that the recovered magnetic lifters in Cavite last August might have contained P11 billion worth of crystal meth, or “shabu.”

PDEA agents “wrongly” assumed that the magnetic lifters were completely filled with shabu, the President said, in a lecture on illegal drugs with Cabinet officials in Malacañang. But he noted: “What was found are traces… That is why the price is increased.”

“They are assuming na puno iyon. They pegged it there. Nakita nila traces, but they wrongly assumed na puno iyon kaya from P6 million [billion], they increased the [value],” the President said. “That can’t stand in court.

PDEA initially pegged the value of shipment at P6.8 billion.

PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino claimed, however, that the agency decided to reweigh the lifters, which led to the conclusion that the shabu allegedly concealed in the lifters might have been worth P11 billion.

Duterte then said that it was wrong to just assume that the shabu allegedly hidden in the magnetic lifters could be worth P11 billion, stressing that it would only “fuel the suspicion of the public.”

Duterte also initially dismissed as a mere speculation the PDEA’s first calculation that the magnetic lifters might have contained P6.8 billion worth of shabu. /atm


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