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Digong is a dictator yet we were able to freely hold a democratic election... :shock:
Digong "massacred" poor drug suspects but 80% of Filipinos are satisfied with him...

Something is really wrong with the Philippines and the Filipinos....

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yan ba yung tatang brad ay sorry nagagalit nga pala yun sa tawag na yan hihihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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US-based data group ranks PH fourth most dangerous place in the world for civilians
By: Tony S. Bergonia - @inquirerdotnet INQUIRER.net / 09:55 PM July 12, 2019



MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines ranks high among countries where civilians are most unsafe as a result of what was described as “targeted attacks” arising from government policy, landing at No. 4 next to civil war-torn Yemen on a list of countries where violence against civilians is leading to rising casualty figures, according to a United States-based research and analysis group.

In an analysis, dated July 3, made by the group Armed Conflict Location and Event Project (Acled), the Philippines ranked fourth on the list of countries most dangerous for civilians largely because of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs which accounted for at least three-fourths of all civilian killings monitored by the group.

“The Philippines remains one of the most dangerous places in the world for civilians,” wrote Acled, which was established in 2014 and described itself as “the highest quality, most widely used, real-time data and analysis source on political violence and protest around the world.”

Acled said its new analysis “confirms that a wave of targeted attacks has resulted in the reported deaths of nearly 490 civilians” since the start of 2019 in the Philippines.

“President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs has driven this violence, with alleged drug suspects accounting for almost 75 percent of this year’s civilian deaths,” it said.

“In addition to operations against drug suspects, political rivalries drive anti-civilian violence in the country as well,” Acled said.

“After drug suspects, government officials were the second most targeted civilian group in 2019, often targeted by their political rivals,” the group added, referring to dozens of political killings in the run-up to the May 13 elections.

Acled, however, said there’s been a thin line between drug war-related and political killings under Duterte.

“Sometimes, these two categories can be one and the same as opponents of the Duterte administration are routinely accused of involvement in the drug trade—and are subsequently targeted,” said the report.

According to the report, Acled has recorded over 450 ‘direct attacks targeting civilians resulting in nearly 490 reported fatalities since the start of 2019.”

“So far, this year, lethal attacks are concentrated in the Central Luzon and Calabarzon regions,” Acled said. At least 23 percent of civilian fatalities was in Central Luzon and 22 percent in Calabarzon, a region near Metro Manila.

At least 10 percent of the attacks on civilians, it said, was in the National Capital Region, including Metro Manila.

“State forces are responsible for nearly 60 percent of all civilian targeting events in 2019,” it said.

Attacks by unidentified groups accounted for 27 percent and “anti-drug vigilantes,” 8 percent. “These latter groups may be in fact linked to the state,” said the report.

It noted a coincidence between Duterte’s rise to power starting in 2016 and “more than half of political violence in the Philippines.”

In 2019, it said more than two-thirds of all political violence in the Philippines “thus far has consisted of violence against civilians.”

“Drug suspects account for almost 75 percent of reported fatalities from civilian targeting so far this year,” the report said.

“State forces have been the primary perpetrators of these attacks,” it said.

At least 18 percent of fatalities were former and current government officials with an estimated 90 dead. “These victims tend to be targeted by unidentified or anonymous groups that are often linked to their political rivals,” according to the Acled report.

However, it said drug suspects and officials were not the only civilians targeted by violence but also members of political parties, leftist organizations, land activists, farmers, lawyers and judges.

The Acled report said there were only three other countries worse than the Philippines in terms of violence against civilians. First is India, which is ranked the most dangerous country with 1,185 attacks on civilians. It was followed by Syria with 1,160 attacks and third is Yemen, which is now torn by civil war, with 500 attacks on civilians.



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Loot wants NBI-Central Visayas to investigate him

July 15, 2019



FORMER Daanbantayan Mayor and retired police general Vicente Loot has sought the assistance of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) 7.

In a letter, dated July 13, 2019, which he addressed to Tomas Enrile, NBI 7 director, Loot said he is willing to be subjected to an independent investigation so he can be cleared of allegations against him.

“Knowing I am innocent of the charges from the very start, I respectfully request (for) an independent investigation (to) be conducted by your office on the matter to establish the truth about the accusations, past and present,” reads a portion of his letter.

On July 5, 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte named Loot and retired Philippine National Police Deputy Chief for Administration Marcelo Garbo Jr. as “drug protectors.”

Loot has denied any involvement in the illegal drug trade. It was earlier reported that he was in hiding for fear of his life.

In May 2018, Loot and his family survived an ambush by five armed men in the New Maya Port in Daanbantayan.

Last Friday, July 12, Police Regional Office 7 Director Debold Sinas said they would act on the information that Loot resumed his alleged illegal drug operations after being out of the public eye for a long time.

Meanwhile, Loot said he is willing to face any charges should authorities prove him guilty of whatever he is accused of.

“I had been the subject of much vilification and disinformation that even the President now believes them to be accurate. I am willing to face those charges if true and will make myself available for interview or requests for information about my life and activities if it will help expedite your investigation,” he said in his letter.

Loot also said he is willing to present the investigation report of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group 7 that cleared him of any illegal drug activities.

SunStar Cebu has yet to get the side of NBI 7 Director Enrile on the matter. (WBS)



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P271,200 shabu seized in Bacolod

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AN ESTIMATED P271, 200 worth of shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) was seized in separate drug bust operations of the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) in Bacolod City over the weekend.

The operations also led to the arrest of five drug personalities identified as Eduardo Dayon, 33, of Purok Kagaykay, Barangay 2; Nove Horillo, 35, of Barangay 3, Bacolod City, and his companions Jerry Emilia, 33, Rosito Sucero, 48, and Rayman Javier, 46, all residents of Bago City.

Police records showed that Dayon was arrested by operatives of Police Station 3 led by Police Major Ruel Culanag after he sold a sachet of shabu to a police undercover at Bangga Subay, Barangay Mandalagan at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, July 14, 2019.

Police recovered from Dayonís possession five big plastic sachets of shabu with estimated market value of P250, 000, and the P500 marked money.

Operatives of Police Station 7 also arrested Horillo and his three companions at Purok Tilapia, Barangay 3 on Saturday afternoon, July 13, 2019.

Police recovered from the suspectsí possession six sachets of shabu with estimated market value of P21, 200, the P200 marked money, and drug paraphernalia.

The suspects are detained at the custodial facilities of Police Stations 3 and 7 and are facing charges for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.



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Talisay’s ‘shabu queen’ falls

July 15, 2019



A “BIG-TIME” drug personality and her cohort were arrested in a buy-bust in Talisay City over the weekend.

Gloria Banquicio Morales, alias Inday, 45, was nabbed with her assistant, Jeenel Sahol Cabañero, 18.

Members of the Drug Enforcement Unit of the Talisay City Police Station arrested them during a buy-bust inside a pension house on Mansueto St., Barangay Tabunok past 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, 2019.

Capt. Nazarino Emia, deputy chief of the Talisay City Police Station, said they had placed the two suspects, both residents of Sitio Mananga, Barangay Tabunok, under surveillance for two weeks.

“Clever ni siya’ng bayhana. Iya pa mi nga giduwaduwaan kung asa sila nga kwarto (Morales is very clever. In fact, she initially wouldn’t tell us their room number),” said Emia, who referred to Morales as the city’s “shabu queen.”

Morales took over the illegal drug business of her husband, who is languishing in the Talisay City Jail.

Emia said Morales is the source of the shabu sold in Mananga and in neighboring towns.

Police seized from the suspects three medium and two small packs of suspected shabu worth P82,000, several drug paraphernalia and the buy-bust money. (FROM FMD OF SUPERBALITA CEBU / PJB)


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Give PH report to UN body but don’t let probers in, says Lacson
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:26 AM July 15, 2019


MANILA, Philippines — The government can produce a report on President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs and give a copy to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), but not allow a UN investigation of the thousands of killings in the crackdown on narcotics, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said on Sunday.

“We can produce a comprehensive report on what the lowdown really is, what is happening in our drug war and we can give them a copy,” he said in a radio interview.

“But for us to allow them to investigate here, that is a slap to us. We are looked down like children who do not know what we are doing,” Lacson, a former chief of the Philippine National Police, said.


Iceland resolution

Lacson’s suggestion came amid condemnation by the government of the UNHRC’s adoption on Thursday of a resolution submitted by Iceland for a UN investigation of the thousands of killings in the war on drugs.

The proposal passed narrowly, with 18 countries voting to approve, 14—including the Philippines and China—rejecting it, and 15 abstaining.

With the resolution adopted, the UNHRC gave instructions to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to submit a “comprehensive” international report on Mr. Duterte’s signature program and called on the Philippine government to cooperate with the world human rights agency, including “facilitating country visits and preventing and refraining from all acts of intimidation or retaliation” on human rights defenders.



President Duterte has threatened to arrest UN special rapporteurs who would come to the Philippines to investigate the killings.

His allies have brought drug charges against and clamped in jail Sen. Leila de Lima for investigating the killings, which the Philippine National Police says number 6,600 as of May but rights groups estimate may be more than 27,000.

The PNP recognizes only the 6,600 killings by officers and attributes other deaths to drug gangs eliminating each other.

Those killings have been carried out by motorcycle-riding gunmen who, according to rights groups, are hired guns paid by the police or policemen themselves.

Lacson said any agency under the executive branch could prepare a report, as long as the report was based on facts and figures.

“You can easily see if it was doctored, anyway. Say, if we allow the Commission on Human Rights to do it, it will still be the same. The CHR has no status to send a report on behalf of the Philippine government,” he said.


Not just figures

He said the report should also include the actions taken and not just numbers, or figures, “but the remedial or corrective measures that authorities are doing.”

Last week, Lacson said the Philippines did not need UNHRC interference in an investigation of the war on drugs, or to deal with abuses, because the country had a working judicial system.

On Sunday, Lacson said there was not much pressure for the Philippine government to heed the UNHRC resolution, as it failed to gain the approval of the majority of the council’s members.

But he stressed that the government should not ignore the resolution altogether.

“We should not ignore it because that is still a democratic vote. Even if it was just 18 out of 47, that is still a democratic vote. At the end of the day, that’s still democracy,” Lacson said.

The UNHRC, however, should make clear the purpose of the resolution, he said.

“Because it seems that if they are satisfied with the findings, they will launch another investigation, which I believe is inappropriate,” Lacson said, adding that the country’s national dignity is “far more important than anything else.”
Malacañang on Friday slammed the Iceland resolution as “based on false information” and “bogus news.”

Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said the resolution relied on information from critics of President Duterte and biased news reports.

Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. on Sunday threatened a Philippine withdrawal from the UNHRC, like the pullout of the United States from the council a year ago.

“Iceland took the place of the US after it withdrew from the Human Rights Council. I think we need to follow America more,” Locsin tweeted.

Last week, Locsin said an investigation resulting from the narrow vote for the Iceland resolution would not be allowed in the Philippines.

On Sunday, he said the countries that voted for the resolution had accepted facts that “they assumed in condemning us to a probe.”

“Want the cops to probe you in search of proof of probable cause that you might have committed a crime? I don’t think so. Exactly, they speak in totally willful and complete ignorance,” he tweeted.


Double standard

In his radio interview, Lacson also cautioned the government against applying a double standard in asserting Philippine sovereignty, following observations that the government was keenly assertive of sovereignty in rejecting the UNHRC resolution but was mild in its response to China’s increasing encroachment on Philippine waters, which led to the sinking of a Philippine fishing boat after being hit by a Chinese trawler at Recto Bank in the South China Sea on June 9.

“That’s really the hard part. If we have a double standard in treating these, [our] credibility will be eroded. The government should only invoke one standard,” Lacson said. —Reports from Julie M. Aurelio and Dona Z. Pazzibugan




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‘Shabu’ worth P1M seized in Camarines Sur
By: Stephanie Florida - @inquirerdotnet Inquirer Southern Luzon / 02:18 PM July 17, 2019




PILI, Camarines Sur –– Over P1 million worth of suspected drugs were seized from four suspects in a buy-bust operation in Iriga City in Camarines Sur province Wednesday morning, police said.

Jayroll and Alvin Labradores, Dionel Labrador, and Nathaniel Sierra, all residents of Makati City, were arrested during the operation at the Iriga Sports Complex in Barangay San Nicolas at 10:35 a.m., according to the police.

Seized from the suspects were 150 grams of suspected “shabu” (crystal meth) with an estimated street value of about P1 million.

Police have not made clear how the two Labradores are related to each other. Investigation continued.


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21-year-old woman arrested over P8.8M shabu in Cebu
By: Consuelo Marquez - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ INQUIRER.net / 11:39 AM July 17, 2019



MANILA, Philippines — A 21-year-old woman was taken under police custody after 1.3 kilograms of shabu (crystal meth) worth P8.8 million was seized in Cebu on Wednesday morning.

A report from Brig. Gen. Debold Sinas, regional director of Police Regional Office 7, said the suspect identified as Judy Ann Longit was arrested at 12:30 a.m.

Aside from the meth, P10,000 worth of boodle money and P1,000 worth of marked money were confiscated in the operation.

Longit and the pieces of evidence were taken to Cebu Regional Crime Laboratory for examination. /je


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Former SexBomb Girls member, 2 others nabbed in Laguna drug sting
By: Consuelo Marquez - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ INQUIRER.net / 02:19 PM July 17, 2019



MANILA, Philippines — A former member of the all-female sing and dance group SexBomb Girls and two other drug suspects were arrested in a buy-bust operation in Laguna, police said Wednesday.

Thirty-four-year-old Sheena Joana Uypico, an ex-SexBomb member; Melrose Uypico, 32; and Elmer Panaligan Señoreses, 40, were collared Tuesday evening with P40,000-worth of shabu, according to Laguna Police Provincial Director Col. Eleazar Matta.

A composite group of Laguna police, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-Region 4A, and San Pablo City police station Drug Enforcement Team conducted the drug sting in Barangay San Nicolas, San Pablo City at 6:45 p.m. July 17, he added.

Police seized from the suspects the P40,000 worth of shabu as well as the P1,000-marked money, cellphone, a car allegedly being used to deliver the illegal drug, and cash amounting to P4,000.

The three suspects were taken to the Provincial Crime Laboratory Office at Camp Paciano Rizal, Santa Cruz, Laguna for examination as appropriate charges are being readied against them. /kga



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Former teen actress busted in anti-drug ops in Bacoor
Updated July 15, 2019, 4:40 PM
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Former teen actress Angela Garcia Bobis, more known as Angela Zamora, was arrested in a buy-bust operation in Bacoor, Cavite Monday.


Bobis’ live-in partner Vladimir Bersana, and three other cohorts Loro Lopez, Christian Lawrence Macanlalay, and Jovencio Isler, were also arrested by the Bacoor City Police.

Confiscated from Bobis and her cohorts were 10.08 grams of shabu worth P68,544.

Police Lt. Col. Vicente Cabatingan, chief of Police Lt. Col. Vicente Cabatingan, told ABS CBN News that Bersana was arrested first before he told the police where Bobis and his cohorts were.

The five were brought to Bacoor City Detention Center.


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