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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 1:42 pm 
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This is what I have been trying to drive when I first posted about mayor David...
That he was possibly murdered / executed by ..........

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Duterte suspects cops killed Misamis mayor

Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) - October 29, 2019 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — President Duterte yesterday voiced suspicion that policemen were behind the killing of Mayor David Navarro of Clarin, Misamis Occidental, one of the local executives he had tagged in the illegal drugs trade.

In a chance interview, the President said he wanted the Philippine National Police (PNP) to terminate its probe on the killing and let the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) handle the case.

Navarro was being taken under heavy police escort to a prosecutor’s office in Cebu City last Friday when ambushed by armed men. He was yanked out of the vehicle where he was seated with his two sisters and the Clarin chief of police and shot dead. None of the police escorts fired a shot. Navarro was being readied for inquest for allegedly assaulting a masseur in Cebu City.

“Yan na ang sinasabi ko. PNP, ano’ng ginawa ng PNP? Baka sila ang pumatay, eh, sila yung malapit (That’s what I was saying. What was the PNP doing? Perhaps they killed him, they were the ones near him),” the President told reporters.

“I’d like to order the police to terminate their investigation and hand it over to the NBI – whatever documents and/or proof or evidence that they have in their hands,” he said. “Somebody was out to get him.”

Duterte said allowing the NBI to investigate the ambush would ensure fairness in the probe.

The President also revealed that Navarro supported him during the 2016 polls.

Earlier yesterday, PNP officer-in-charge Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco Gamboa ordered his men to conduct a background check on Navarro.

Gamboa issued the order to Police Regional Office 7 in response to reports linking Navarro to the Alferez robbery group based in Ozamiz City.

“We will direct Region 7 to include that in their SITG (Special Investigation Task Group),” he said at a news briefing in Camp Crame.

Gamboa confirmed Navarro was included in Duterte’s narco list. “He is part really of the national illegal drugs watchlist,” he said.

Gamboa also ordered his men to check if policemen escorting Navarro committed security lapses. “Why were they not able to fire back?”

He declined to comment on a statement issued by Navarro’s family raising doubts on the official version of Navarro’s death. “I do not want to preempt the results of the investigation,” he said.

Brig. Gen. Valeriano de Leon, Central Visayas police director, said they are still in the process of gathering information on the suspects, numbering from five to 10.

“We are still reconstructing the event that happened,” he said in a phone interview.

Based on their initial investigation, the gunmen who killed Navarro could be members of an organized crime gang as they were able to kill the local chief executive despite his being under heavy police escort.

“They were armed with high-powered firearms and their actions were very swift,” De Leon said.

De Leon also defended the policemen who were with Navarro, saying they were caught off guard. “Kahit sino hindi na bubunot ng baril kapag natutukan ka na (Nobody would dare draw his gun if somebody’s already pointing a gun at him),” he said. – Emmanuel Tupas


Read more at https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019 ... mMwYYx0.99

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 1:58 pm 
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parang tinatabangan na sa kapulisan si PDutz :(


ano kaya nangyari dyan mang Jabz ? ninja cops nagtumba sa kanya para hindi na sila madawit if ever kakanta si Mayor ? :shock:



I'm sure by this time Digong has formed his own conclusions after being briefed on details of the Baloyo team's Pampanga raid and alleged repeated coverups and coddling of the offending cops :?




maalala ko lang, nung time na NCRPO chief si Albayalde nagiikot ikot siya sa mga presinto na nakamotor na "big bike" e..........Kawasaki Ninja ba ang gamit niya ? :lol:

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NCRPO: Clarin mayor a rob group leader

ARNOLD Y. BUSTAMANTE - BENJIE B. TALISIC
October 25, 2019



CLARIN Mayor David Navarro was ambushed dead in Cebu City Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, on his way to seek justice for himself for complaints filed by two massage therapists.

He was no ordinary mayor of a small town in Misamis Occidental in Mindanao.

Navarro was in the March 2019 narco list of President Rodrigo Duterte, with links to the Parojinog drug group based in Ozamiz City.

Same person

Clarin Mayor David Navarro and Dante Navarro, the leader of the Alferez Robbery Group based in Ozamiz City, were one and the same person, according to the information fed by the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) to the local police.

The robbery that struck four jewelry shops and a money changer at the J Centre Mall in Mandaue City on Oct. 19 was traced to the Alferez Group.

Mayor Navarro was in Cebu City this week to attend a workshop on Clarin’s development plans that was held in a hotel near Fuente Osmeña.

He had visited the massage and spa parlor inside the hotel Wednesday night, Oct. 23, and had run into an altercation with its manager and a masseur because he could not have a masseuse to attend to him.

When he did not show up at the Abellana police station in Cebu City on Thursday morning to face the complaints filed by the massage therapists, the Police Regional Office (PRO) 7 gave an order to launch a hot pursuit against him.

He had punched a masseur and asked a masseuse to give him a hand job in his hotel room the night before.

He was arrested Thursday afternoon at the domestic terminal of Mactan-Cebu International Airport, about to board a flight to Manila. He was booked for slight physical injuries at the Abellana police station and likewise detained overnight.

Tightly guarded

On his way to the Cebu City Prosecutor’s Office at about 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, for an inquest or posting of bail, Abellana police station chief P/Maj. Eduard Sanchez had him wear a bulletproof vest supposedly for his protection.

He was made to board a Mahindra police patrol car that was placed in the middle of a three-vehicle convoy. Five policemen, two sisters and a family friend were with him in the Mahindra.

The mayor was in the row seat, sandwiched between the town police chief of Clarin and his sister.

Seated behind him were another sister, a family friend and two more policemen.

Major Sanchez was in the lead car.

Behind the Mahindra was the Starex van that carried a lawyer, the municipal administrator of Clarin and four other passengers plus the driver.

Sanchez’s vehicle had just turned left on M. Velez St. to enter the compound of the Prosecutor’s Office.

Before the Mahindra could turn left, a white van coming from the opposite direction of the convoy blocked the patrol car.

The ambush

Four men toting long firearms alighted from the van and strafed the Mahindra and the Starex van.

They grabbed Navarro out of the Mahindra and shot him.

Navarro fell to the ground. Grabbing him by his bulletproof vest, one of the attackers shot him pointblank in the head.

The men boarded back the white van and sped. The van bore a plate number marked on a carton board, an eyewitness said. He could not make out the plate number though.

Whether the policemen who were with the mayor did something remains to be answered during an investigation.

Three persons were wounded.

They were P/Cpl. Eugenio Catalan, one of the policemen seated behind the mayor in the Mahindra; the driver of the Starex van; and Clarin Municipal Administrator John Baylon, who was in the Starex van.

Abellana police chief Sanchez, sought for comment, said he did not notice that they were being followed.

An investigation is underway, he said.

No justice

Princess Madarang, Navarro’s younger sister, said she had assumed that they could go home to Clarin today, Saturday, if they could have posted bail for her brother.

Madarang was in the Starex van.

She said seeking justice for her brother’s death would be futile. The Philippines has become a country without mercy and one cannot expect justice to be rendered anymore, she said.

“Naa bay justice? Kinahanglan pa ba ko manawag og justice kung wala gihapoy justice, di ba? I know we live in a very remote place ug kinsa ra man ang maghatag og justice namo. Today naa ko sa Cebu City, parte sa Philippines, but I feel wala ko sa Pilipinas. No family, no sympathy, walay kaluoy,” Madarang lamented.

CCPO deputy director for administration P/Lt. Melbert Esguerra said police investigators are still facing a blank wall on who the perpetrators are. (MPS from AYB, BBT)

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 2:39 pm 
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DOJ ayaw sumawsaw sa pinaslang na ‘narco’ mayor
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PAUUBAYA ng Department of Justice (DOJ) sa Philippine National Police (PNP).

ang imbestigasyon sa pagpaslang kay Clarin, Misamis Occidental Mayor David Navarro.

Sa isang text message, sinabi ni Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra na ipauubaya muna nila sa ngayon ang kaso sa PNP at saka papasok ang kanilang tanggapan kung kinakailangan.



https://www.abante.com.ph/doj-ayaw-suma ... -mayor.htm

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Ngayon lang talaga nagsulputan ang lahat ng mga yan. Pramis! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 8:22 pm 
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The.Equalizer wrote:
parang tinatabangan na sa kapulisan si PDutz :(

ano kaya nangyari dyan mang Jabz ? ninja cops nagtumba sa kanya para hindi na sila madawit if ever kakanta si Mayor ? :shock:

I'm sure by this time Digong has formed his own conclusions after being briefed on details of the Baloyo team's Pampanga raid and alleged repeated coverups and coddling of the offending cops :?



Cebu is the Queen City of the South..
If you have been to Cebu, traffic is just like EDSA...
Cebu is not Clarin where you can drive as fast as 100kph..
Velez St is in the heart of the city..I think that was the street going to provincial capitol..
Yet the get-away vehicle was able to get away without any shots fired.... :shock:
If the perpetrators are from rival gangs, all the more that he police should have done something to arrest the suspects...

NCRPO ang nag release ng statement na roberry gang leader si mayor? :shock:
Just curious why give such statement when it was PRO7 who is handling the case...
Part of the cover-up ang statement ng NCRPO?

May napatay the past weeks sa Cebu na mga robbery gang members...
How's the investigation? paano na connect with mayor ang recent jewelry store hold-ups in Cebu?
Saan na ang mga cellphones ng mga namatay? ang cellphone ni mayor?

Ang daming tanong na kailangan sagutin..

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may updates ba sa napatay na alleged druglord mayor

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IceColdBeer wrote:
https://scontent-sin2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/77402016_10157810577719712_8648380339460243456_n.jpg?_nc_cat=1&_nc_oc=AQlFJbFav73F6R3WXvHMEZC9KzkOVqEK6alJH-x6ZhwbzZQIghcx9gPKHe1R_5jkCu4&_nc_ht=scontent-sin2-2.xx&oh=bc98e4398d8e69399f6f0cea2d7bbfee&oe=5E46F45A




:banghead: :lol: :lol: :lol:

nanteteng ano ba nagbago sa anti-drug war ? dahil ngayon nagpapalapad siya ng papel so ngayon kapitapitagan na ang anti-drug war sa tema ng pananalita niya ? :verymad: huuuu sakit sa ulo ng babae na to :(


pero maski araw araw panay full coverage ang binibigay sa kanya ng "allied" media niya the majority will see how self-serving this woman is......she may be an insignificant politician but her ambition dwarfs even the most grizzled among the current politicians




....kaya mas lalong magiging masakit ang pagkatalo nito sa 2022


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IceColdBeer wrote:

nanteteng ano ba nagbago sa anti-drug war ? dahil ngayon nagpapalapad siya ng papel so ngayon kapitapitagan na ang anti-drug war sa tema ng pananalita niya ? :verymad: huuuu sakit sa ulo ng babae na to :(


pero maski araw araw panay full coverage ang binibigay sa kanya ng "allied" media niya the majority will see how self-serving this woman is......she may be an insignificant politician but her ambition dwarfs even the most grizzled among the current politicians




....kaya mas lalong magiging masakit ang pagkatalo nito sa 2022


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Covered na covered ng media at ng mga pari. Wala pang isang linggo eh successful na daw. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I believe eto yung isa sa pinaka malaking dahilan na outside de kulambo si manay Leni.



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November 11 - Robredo meets with a representative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), where they discussed best practices and the experiences of other countries in the anti-drug campaign. This meeting would pose as a problem for her in the next days.

https://cnnphilippines.com/news/2019/11 ... -ICAD.html



eto yung pahayag ng UNODC noon..

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Statement by the UNODC Executive Director on the situation in the Philippines


Vienna, 3 August 2016 - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) remains greatly concerned by the reports of extrajudicial killing of suspected drug dealers and users in the Philippines. I join the United Nations Secretary-General in condemning the apparent endorsement of extrajudicial killing, which is illegal and a breach of fundamental rights and freedoms.

Such responses contravene the provisions of the international drug control conventions, do not serve the cause of justice, and will not help to ensure that "all people can live in health, dignity and peace, with security and prosperity", as agreed by governments in the outcome document approved at the UN General Assembly special session on the world drug problem.

UNODC supports balanced, people-centred, evidence- and rights-based approaches to drug control, rooted in the agreed international conventions and standards.

UNODC stands ready to further engage with the Philippines and all countries to bring drug traffickers to justice with the appropriate legal safeguards in line with international standards and norms, and promote prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and reintegration approaches based in evidence, science, public health and human rights.


https://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/press/re ... pines.html




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November 14- Robredo meets with the law enforcement cluster, including Philippine National Police (PNP) Officer-in-Charge Lt. Gen. Archie Gamboa and Interior Undersecretary Ricojudge Echiverri.

After the meeting, she stresses the need for clear baseline data on the real drug situation in the country — such as the transparent data of how many were killed in anti-drug operations — in order to measure the effectivity of the ongoing drug war.

https://cnnphilippines.com/news/2019/11 ... -ICAD.html


ok na sana na siya lang ang bumusisi sa campaign... kaso lumalapit pa siya sa mga Critics na nagpapainit ni Digong. Me hidden agenda man o wala, hindi muna sana sya nakikipagmeeting sa mga dun. Alam naman nyang short tempered yung matanda when it comes to his critics and opposition peeps which includes herself.


wrong move talaga.. pagkakataon na sana nya na makita mismo sa kanyang mata kung may mali ba o wala..

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Mas inuna pa niya makipagmeeting sa mga yan at presscon kesa makipagmeeting kay Digong. Puna ng puna hanggang UN nagkalat ng numero pati palit ulo tapos wala naman palang magandang planong maipakita.

Hanggang ngayon di ko talaga alam paano naging abogado yan. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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400kg of shabu worth 2.7B?

Barilin na yan tapos sabihing nanlaban..
Langya, poreyner ka tapos sisirain mo ang Pinas?

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