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Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:25 pm ]
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Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:26 pm ]
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The Philippine Drug War is an ongoing crackdown against the trade of controlled substances in the Philippines that began on June 30, 2016 when Rodrigo Duterte was inaugurated as president of the country. This was heavily criticized by senator Leila de Lima, calling to stop the killings.

In the first two weeks of the Duterte presidency, more than one hundred suspected drug pushers have been killed, 1,844 arrested, and 66,000 drug users and pushers have surrendered. And while critics have likened the situation to the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos, there are also those that support the campaign.


June 24, 2016 — more than fifty people accused of dealing in controlled substances have been killed after Rodrigo Duterte called for killings against suspected criminals. Duterte wants to return capital punishment in the country. After Duterte's inauguration, he conducted a speech in Tondo, Manila where he urged people to kill drug pushers in exchange for bounty.

July 1 — Duterte continued his calls for Filipino citizens to kill people suspected of using illegal drugs.

July 3 — It was reported that ten people had been killed by the Philippine National Police within a week after Rodrigo Duterte took office as president and made statements encouraging the murder of illegal drug addicts. On July 4, 2016, the Communist Party of the Philippines agreed to fight drug lords after its legal wing Bagong Alyansang Makabayan joined the government cabinet of Rodrigo Duterte.

July 5 — International media organizations report that more than 100 alleged drug dealers, rapists and car thieves have died in the Philippines since Rodrigo Duterte's election win on May 9, but no evidence of their crime is presented by local authorities. Many the killings happened during the last days of the Aquino administration, and prior to Duterte's innaugural on June 30, 2016. Duterte actively encouraged extrajudicial killing of suspected drug addicts and petty criminals before and after the election. On July 7, 2016, the Philippines House of Representatives sought to investigate the rise in deaths of suspected drug dealers in the country.

July 9 — the Philippine government demanded that its critics provide proof that there have been human rights violations in the current drug war. Later that day, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front decided to join Duterte in his purge of drug traffickers.

August 7 — On early Sunday morning, President Duterte named more than 150 alleged drug protectors including local politicians, police, judges, and military. Some politicians, who had been named, subsequently denied the accusations.

source - wiki

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:33 pm ]
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Old News Links

Duterte names 5 PNP generals allegedly involved in illegal drugs

Top 'drug lords' named, Duterte issues warning: SolGen

Rody names politicians, judges, cops allegedly into illegal drugs

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:39 pm ]
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Back to Present day..

PNP chief admits inaccuracies in 'narco list'

MANILA – Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald dela Rosa on Tuesday admitted that some names of personalities with alleged links to the illegal drug trade were inadvertently included in the list submitted to President Rodrigo Duterte.

The initial batch of Duterte's so-called ''narco list'' was questioned by administration critics after it included deceased personalities, including a judge who was killed in an ambush 8 years ago and several dead law enforcers.

Dela Rosa explained some of the deceased law enforcers were not stricken of the list by the adjudication board.
''Sometimes hindi ma-convene ang adjudicaton board ng watchlist sa counter-intelligence or whatever, kaya hindi na natanggal ang pangalan, kahit na patay na,'' Dela Rosa told reporters in Davao City.

(Sometimes the adjudication board is not convened that's why some names are not being stricken off even if a person has already passed away.)

''Kasi takot rin naman magtanggal sa listahan iyung in-charge, dahil hindi nga na-adjudicate eh. So as is. Umakyat ang listahan doon kay presidente. Iyan ang nagiging rason."

(People in charge are afraid to modify the list. It becomes 'as is'. And then it reached the president. That's the reason.)
But Dela Rosa downplayed the inaccurate entries on the list and said this was just being blown out of proportions by critics of the administration.

''The Duterte admin is just one month old pa lang, hanapan niyo na agad ng pagkakamali? Sige lang, criticize ng criticize. You will not derail us from our efforts, from our firm resolve to end this scourge, this drug menace,'' he said.

(The Duterte administration is just one month old, and here you are already finding faults? Go ahead, criticize. You will not derail us from our efforts, from our firm resolve to end this scourge, this drug menace.)

''You can criticize us to high heavens, but we will do our job. We have a mission to do."

Some 150 judges, local government officials and law enforcers were named by Duterte. Around a third of these personalities have turned themselves in to authorities, such as Dela Rosa and various regional police directors.
Dela Rosa said more personalities will be named. ... narco-list

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:43 pm ]
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SC probes 4 judges allegedly involved in illegal drugs

The Supreme Court (SC) has launched a fact finding investigation on the four incumbent judges linked by President Rodrigo Duterte to the illegal drug trade.

Tasked to do the investigation was retired SC Justice Roberto Abad, who has 30 days from the submission of testimonies by the Palace and judges concerned to make a recommendation to the 15-man high tribunal, SC spokesperson Theodore Te said in a press briefing on Tuesday.

Covered by the probe are the following:

Judge Antonio Reyes - Baguio City, RTC branch 61

Judge Adriano Savillo - Iloilo City, RTC branch 30

Judge Domingo Casiple - Kalibo, Aklan, RTC branch 7

Judge Exequil Dagala - MTC Dapa-Socorro, Surigao

Te said the high court treated Duterte's announcement last Sunday as a "complaint" against the four judges.

As a result, the SC directed Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea to furnish Abad and the judges complaint affidavits within seven days.
The judges, in turn, are required to submit their replies within seven days from receipt of the complaint.

Abad may also require the judges to personally appear to explain their side, according to Te.

"This is a standard investigation. We have been doing this for so many years. The only difference is there are four judges and a retired justice who's been asked to resolve the investigation," Te said.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno earlier found Duterte's pronouncement premature, fearing this render the concerned judge "useless" in discharging his or her duties.

"Thus this Court has been careful, all too aware that more often than not, a good reputation is the primary badge of credibility and the only legacy that many of our judges can leave behind," Sereno said in a letter to Duterte on Monday.

She added the announcement may spur some elements to consider judges as "acceptable collateral damage in the 'war on drugs.'" She also advised judges not to surrender to authorities if there was no arrest warrant against them.

Sereno then gave Duterte a background of the seven judges allegedly linked to the illegal drugs. Of the seven, only Reyes is handling drug cases.

Judge Lorenda Mupas (MTC Dasmariñas City, Cavite) was dismissed in 2007 for gross ignorance of law and misconduct while Judge Rene Gonzales (MTC Iloilo City) retired on June 20.

Judge Roberto Navidad (RTC Calbayog City, Samar) on the other hand, was killed by an unidentified gunman on Jan. 14, 2008. — RSJ/KBK, GMA News

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Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:47 pm ]
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PNP chief: Drug lords teaming up with ISIS, BIFF to kill me, Duterte

Published August 9, 2016 2:05pm
Drug lords are now teaming up with members of jihadist group ISIS and local group Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) to kill President Rodrigo Duterte, according to Philippine National Police chief Dir. Gen. Ronald dela Rosa.

"May mga drug lord na nagbabayad, umaabot na sa personalities sa ISIS at BIFF. Lumalapit na sila dahil nahihirapan na sila maghanap ng tirador. To the extent na roadside bomb, car bomb [na ang gagamitin]," Dela Rosa said in a press conference in Davao City on Tuesday.

Dela Rosa said he himself is also being targeted by the drug lords because of their intensified campaign against illegal drugs.

"Sa totoo lang they are now moving heaven and earth,” he said.

Dela Rosa said he has been receiving threats but quickly added that he is not afraid of them.

"Sanay naman tayo. Tatanggapin ko. I am ready to die anytime. Di ako takot mamatay. Di tayo natatakot diyan. Bahala sila," he said.

"Bahala na si Lord kung gusto niya mamatay na si Presidente, kung gusto niya mamatay na ako. He can take my life anytime. Wag kayong mag-alala hindi ako takot,” he added.

During the press conference, the tough-talking Dela Rosa reiterated their goal of neutralizing drug lords in the first six months of the Duterte administration.

“Sa isang region kailangan within six months maubos na yun lahat, mapa-surrender mo, ma-neutralize mo, basta maubos lahat. Yung number of drug personalities sa kanilang lugar, dapat ma-neutralize. Either mapaaresto, surrender o mapatay sa drug operations. Dapat ma neutralize,” he said.

Asked on the number of drug lords still on the loose, Dela Rosa said: "Marami. Mga armado pa sila."

"Pero tingnan natin hanggang saan ang kaya nila at hanggang saan ang kaya natin," he added, stressing that there will be no let-up in their campaign against big-time drug syndicates.

Dela Rosa earlier said that drug lords have raised the bounty to kill him and Duterte from P10 million to P50 million. —Amita O. Legaspi/KBK, GMA News

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Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:51 pm ]
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No. 2 drug lord ng Cebu sumuko kay Bato

Ni Joy Cantos (Pilipino Star Ngayon) | Updated August 9, 2016 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines - Sumuko kamakalawa ng gabi kay Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief P/Director Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa ang itinuturing na No. 2 drug lord ng Central Visayas Region na sumasaklaw sa Cebu.

Sa press briefing sa Camp Crame, iniharap sa mediamen nitong Lunes si Franz Saba­lunes at inamin ang koneksyon niya kay Jaguar Diaz, ang no. 1 drug lord sa Cebu. Si Diaz ay napatay sa anti-drug operation ng mga operatiba ng pulisya noong Hunyo sa Las Piñas City bago pa man maupo sa puwesto si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.

“Gusto ko nang magbago kaya ako sumuko”, pinong pahayag ni Franz sa panayam ng mediamen sa Multi Purpose Hall ng Camp Crame.

Si Sabalunes ay sumuko kasama ang kapatid nitong si San Fernando, Cebu Vice Ma­yor Fralz Sabalunes na kabilang sa drug watch list ni Pangulong Duterte na binigyan ng 24 oras na ultimatum para sumurender sa Camp Crame.

Ayon naman kay Vice Mayor Fralz, ang kapatid niya ang drug lord at wala siyang kinalaman sa illegal drug trade nito pero hindi kumbinsido si dela Rosa dahilan sa magkadugo ang dalawa at posible umanong pinondohan pa ng drug lord ang kandidatura ng kaniyang kapatid sa nakaraang May 9 polls.

“Baka nagkamali lang si Presidente, hindi ako yun, wala akong kinalaman sa droga”, pagtanggi naman ni Fralz na sinabing wala siyang nalalaman sa illegal drug trade ng kapatid at ikinagulat ang kusang pag-amin nito na isa itong drug lord. ... o-kay-bato

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:52 pm ]
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Police colonel gets P200,000 a week from drug ring
By Cecille Suerte Felipe (The Philippine Star) | Updated August 9, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - A police colonel is receiving P200,000 a week in protection money from a drug syndicate based in Central Visayas, a self-confessed drug lord told Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa yesterday.

As more police and local officials with suspected drug links turn themselves in to authorities, more shocking revelations of how drug money had enriched corrupt officials were brought to the attention of Dela Rosa.

On Sunday, Dela Rosa received Franz Sabalones, labeled as a drug lord operating in Cebu and other areas in Central Visayas (Region 7), who admitted taking over control of Cebu’s drug trade after the death of drug kingpin Jeffrey “Jaguar” Diaz during an encounter with police.

Sabalones was among the personalities who surfaced at the Multi-Purpose Hall at Camp Crame in Quezon City after being named by President Duterte as either protector or dealer of illegal drugs.

“Nasabi nya yung payola na binigay, kung magkano napupunta kay COP (chief of police) na ganito. Sinabi nya mga opisyales na involved (He said how much was being given, how much went to COP. He said officials were involved),” said Dela Rosa, quoting Sabalones.

Sabalones could not say whether the police colonel was sharing the grease money with the regional director at that time.

“Baka mapatay ko yung colonel kapag nakita ko (I might kill that colonel if I see him),” Dela Rosa said.

According to Dela Rosa, Sabalones was an underling of Jaguar Diaz, a drug lord based in Cebu.

He said Sabalones decided to end his dealings with Jaguar – for greater profit – and go straight to Peter Co for supply at the New Bilibid Prison.

Dela Rosa said Sabalones managed to expand his illegal drug activities.

He said an SUV with 10 kilos of shabu would travel to Cebu by land and water to minimize risk of detection. Upon reaching Cebu, the SUV would park at the Gaisano Mall where the distribution of illegal drugs would begin.

“He is already at par with Jaguar as far as operations of drug trade in Central Visayas. He is ranked No. 2 – at par because he didn’t have to go to Jaguar,” he noted.

The PNP chief assured the public that all the policemen believed to be involved in illegal drugs have been reassigned to far-flung areas in Mindanao, particularly in Maguindanao.

He said he would have those police officers killed if they go back to dealing in drugs.

Shooting buddy
Dela Rosa also got to meet a shooting buddy who had been linked by Duterte to illegal drugs.

Datu Montawal, Maguindanao Mayor Otto Montawal showed up at Camp Crame to clear his name.

“Best friend tayo, kilala mo ako. Magkasama nga tayo sa shooting,” Montawal told Dela Rosa as he belied accusations that he was into illegal drugs.

“Sabi ni President kahit kaibigan basta nasangkot sa droga dapat magpaliwanag (The President said even friends linked to drugs should do some explaining),” the mayor added.

The PNP chief has assured “due process” for local government executives and police personnel identified by Duterte as having links to illegal drug activities.

Dela Rosa personally received 31 PNP personnel and 27 local officials who appeared at Camp Crame to explain their side.

He said the names of the local officials and policemen announced by Duterte came from an initial list that underwent a validation workshop by the PDEA, PNP, AFP and the intelligence services.

The PNP chief said those who showed up yesterday would undergo documentation and investigation.

The PNP also announced yesterday the launching of “Tsip Bato Ang Bumangga Giba!” Mobile App.

The app was meant to make the anti-crime program more interesting, specially for the youth.

The “Tsip Bato Ang Bumangga Giba!” allows players to catch criminals (in green masks), while avoiding obstacles like pedestrians and other vehicles.

Senior Supt. Gilbert Cruz, chief of the PNP Police Community Relations Group (PCRG), said “Tsip Bato: Ang Bumangga Giba!” was developed by Filipino software firm Ranida Games in cooperation with the PNP.

“It aims to teach kids to say no to illegal drugs,” he added.

Dela Rosa personally played the game during the launch. The app is available at play store for free.

The mobile up was designed to clean the streets of criminals by Tsip Bato and El Presidente Du30!

Ghosts everywhere
In Alaminos City, government peace negotiator Hernani Braganza asked Pangasinan Rep. Jesus Celeste to just explain his being linked to the drug trade by President Duterte.

“Rep. Celeste is seeing ghosts everywhere. Instead of blaming others for his misfortune, he better report to the proper authorities and explain what he knows about the illicit drug trade in the country,” Braganza said in a statement yesterday.

Celeste has blamed Braganza for his being included in Duterte’s list of drug dealers and protectors.

“Rep. Celeste is a master of squid tactics. He always blames politics whenever there is case against him – to divert public attention,” Braganza said.

“He cannot get away with this tactic this time. Politics has nothing to do with the President’s war against drug trafficking. Rep. Celeste should better pick another excuse,” he added.

In Pampanga, two chiefs of police were ordered relieved yesterday for alleged involvement of mayors in the illegal drug trade in their jurisdiction.

Chief Supt. Aaron Aquino, Police Regional Office-3 acting director, said those relieved from their posts were Chief Insp. Gil Domingo, chief of police of Mabalacat, Pampanga; and Supt. Orlando Castil Jr., chief of police of San Rafael, Bulacan.

In Iloilo City, four police chiefs also lost their jobs – not because they were suspected of drug links, but their mayors were.

Supt. Gilbert Gorero, spokesman for Police Regional Office-6, confirmed the relief of Senior Insp. Bonifacio Alabe of Calinog, Iloilo; Chief Insp. Terence Paul Sta. Ana of Carles, Iloilo; Insp. Ma. Theresa Lero of Maasin, Iloilo; and Senior Insp. Christopher Candelario of Hamtic, Antique.

Mayors Jed Patrick Mabilog of Iloilo City, Seigfredo Betita of Carles, Mariano Malones of Maasin and Alex Centena of Calinog were among the alleged narco-politicians tagged by Duterte.

Senior Supt. Remus Zacharias Canieso, Iloilo City police chief, was not included in the list of relieved personnel. “Because he’s just new to the post,” Gorero said.

In Cagayan de Oro City, Chief Supt. Noel Constantino, PNP-10 regional commander, also ordered the relief and disarming of at least three officers under him.

Meanwhile, San Pablo City and Bauan, Batangas mayors turned themselves in to police regional director of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon, Chief Supt. Valfrie Tabian yesterday. – With Gerry Lee Gorit, Jennifer Rendon, Ed Amoroso, Eva Visperas, Ric Sapnu ... -drug-ring

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:55 pm ]
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Ikalawang ‘narco list’ ni Duterte, inihahanda

Inihahanda na ng Pangulo ang pangalawang listahan ng mga opisyal na sangkot sa droga. Handa rin siyang isa-isang pangalanan ang mga ito. Nagpa-Patrol, Ara Casas. TV Patrol, Agosto 9, 2016, Martes ... inihahanda

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:55 pm ]
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yan na muna.. baka mapagkamalan akong si Blitzky :lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  gambol [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:19 pm ]
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tiyanak2 wrote:
yan na muna.. baka mapagkamalan akong si Blitzky :lol: :lol: :lol:

hindi mo pa naman kinakausap ang sarili mo gamit ang iba mong handle e :lol:

Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:26 pm ]
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gambol wrote:
tiyanak2 wrote:
yan na muna.. baka mapagkamalan akong si Blitzky :lol: :lol: :lol:

hindi mo pa naman kinakausap ang sarili mo gamit ang iba mong handle e :lol:


Author:  MR.RED [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:30 pm ]
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tiyanak2 wrote:
gambol wrote:
tiyanak2 wrote:
yan na muna.. baka mapagkamalan akong si Blitzky :lol: :lol: :lol:

hindi mo pa naman kinakausap ang sarili mo gamit ang iba mong handle e :lol:


oisst ..

harapin nyo muna yung bisita nyo dun sa kabila :lol: :lol:

Author:  gambol [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:32 pm ]
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kinakausap ko nga ng maayos, mahirap n baka pumindot mapagalitan ako uli ni mod joey, worse ban na naman


Author:  tiyanak2 [ Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:33 pm ]
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gambol wrote:
kinakausap ko nga ng maayos, mahirap n baka pumindot mapagalitan ako uli ni mod joey, worse ban na naman


kaya pala medyo mabait ka ngayon :lol: :lol: :lol:

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