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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 7:52 pm 
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Umpisahan na natin..
Let's track down and make a list of persons killed starting the time Duterte was elected until his reign hopefully ends in 2022..
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At the end of his term, let's summarize ilan lahat ang mamamatay ng mga vigilantes... :(

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Duterte urges public to kill drug dealers



MANILA -- President-elect Rodrigo Duterte encouraged the public to help him in his war against crime and urged citizens with guns to shoot and kill drug dealers who would resist arrest and fight back in their neighborhoods.

Duterte told a huge crowd celebrating his presidential victory late Saturday, June 4, in Davao City that Filipinos who would help him in the bloody war against criminality would be rewarded.

"Please feel free to call us, the police, or do it yourself if you have the gun, you have my support," Duterte said in his nationally televised speech, where he warned about an extensive illegal drugs trade in the country that involved even police.

If a drug dealer would resist arrest or refuse to be brought to a police station and will instead threaten a citizen with a gun or knife, "you can kill him," Duterte said. "Shoot him and I'll give you a medal."

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‘Big-time’ pusher, 2 cohorts killed in Bohol shootout

 Saturday, May 28, 2016

 By Johanna O. Bajenting


A SUSPECTED big-time drug pusher was killed together with his two cohorts during a raid in the island of Banacon in Getafe, Bohol.

Rowen “Yawa” Secretaria eluded arrest in an anti-drug operation in 2013.

But at 4:30 a.m. last Friday, he was killed during a shootout with operatives from the Regional Anti-Illegal Drug Special Operation Task Group (Raidsotg) 7 and a team from Getafe Police Station.

Secretaria was the subject of a warrant in a 2013 operation that yielded P3.5 million worth of shabu.

He was believed to be a level 3 drug pusher.

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Operatives from the Raidsotg 7 stormed the area after they received a tip that Secretaria was hiding there.

Two of Secretaria’s men who have yet to be identified fired at them, and they fired back.

Senior Insp. Joey Bicoy of Raidsotg 7 headed the operation with Getafe Police Station Chief Marcelino Mejias.

According to Mejias, Secretaria was seen by a resident during the island’s fiesta last Monday. The resident then informed them where he was.

When they tried to serve the warrant, the suspects opened fire.

Police also seized a KG-9 machine pistol, a .45 pistol and a .38 revolver.

Mejias said Secretaria hid alternately between Bohol and Cebu.

He said Secretaria has relatives in the island who covered for him.

Some residents were invited for questioning. They were identified as Wendel Torremocha, 25; Raenel de Jasa, 20; Alex Sere, 31; Ronald Castroverede, 37; and Lester Aparece, 30.

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May wheelchair na ba si Binay jabezj? :D

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Lawyer shot, killed 8 years after arrest


 Saturday, June 04, 2016

 By Kevin A. Lagunda


A 38-YEAR-OLD lawyer who was arrested for his alleged involvement in illegal drugs in 2008 was shot and killed by two unidentified assailants in Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City, Negros yesterday morning.

The city police chief, Supt. Jovito Atanacio, identified him as Rex Perewperew, who hailed from Siquijor.

Atanacio, in a phone interview, told Sun.Star Cebu that the perpetrators were on a motorcycle. They did not cover their faces. They shot the lawyer twice in the chest.

Bystanders rushed Perewperew to Silliman University Medical Center, but he did not make it there alive.

“We are conducting a deeper investigation on the incident,” Supt. Atanacio said.

When asked if the attack was related to the lawyer’s work or his alleged involvement in illegal drugs in the past, Atanacio said the police still have to determine the motive.

Before the attack happened at 10:25 a.m., the lawyer had bought medicine from a pharmacy. He then boarded a pedicab. He apparently didn’t notice the two men who were following him from behind.

Upon reaching Laguna Road, the assailants stopped beside the pedicab and the back rider shot Perewperew several times.

Intelligence personnel and other investigators will check the closed-circuit television television (CCTV) cameras of the establishments that the pedicab passed by, to see if the suspects’ faces were captured.

In 2008, Perewperew, his wife Emmie and other relatives were caught in Siquijor in an operation by Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) 7 agents, who were assisted by an anti-narcotics unit of the Philippine National Police.

The lawyer was 29 at the time of his arrest.

His parents Mansueto, 62, and Belinda, 50; uncle Pedro Perewperew, 52; aunt Elva, 49; cousin Glor Perewperew, and wife Estela; and trusted man Joramie Ricamara, 33, were also captured.

PDEA 7 described Perewperew as a level two drug pusher who could allegedly dispose of more than 50 grams of shabu per week and the alleged leader of a local drug group in Siquijor.

The agents seized seven shabu packs from Rex, three from his father’s house, four from Glor, and 34 other packs from Pedro.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 8:05 pm 
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JABEZJ wrote:
Umpisahan na natin..
Let's track down and make a list of persons killed starting the time Duterte was elected until his reign hopefully ends in 2022..
News clips, articles, personal knowledge, etc are welcome...

At the end of his term, let's summarize ilan lahat ang mamamatay ng mga vigilantes... :(

baka ma taken out of context ka naman dyan :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 8:08 pm 
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A summary execution is an execution in which a person is accused of a crime and immediately killed without benefit of a full and fair trial.

On Yawa's case.. Considered ba yan as summary execution?

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A SUSPECTED big-time drug pusher was killed together with his two cohorts during a raid in the island of Banacon in Getafe, Bohol.

Rowen “Yawa” Secretaria eluded arrest in an anti-drug operation in 2013.

But at 4:30 a.m. last Friday, he was killed during a shootout with operatives from the Regional Anti-Illegal Drug Special Operation Task Group (Raidsotg) 7 and a team from Getafe Police Station.

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Mahirap nang kumanta pa mga yan kaya dapat unahan na. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 8:21 pm 
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IceColdBeer wrote:
Mahirap nang kumanta pa mga yan kaya dapat unahan na. :lol: :lol:

baka may mag backfire? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Protector to druglord: Pasensyahan nalang :biglaugh:

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tiyanak2 wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Mahirap nang kumanta pa mga yan kaya dapat unahan na. :lol: :lol:

baka may mag backfire? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Protector to druglord: Pasensyahan nalang :biglaugh:

Patahimikin muna lahat ng witness tapos lie low ng anim na taon. :lol: :lol:

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5 dead as street executions start

Gunmen carry out Duterte-inspired killings of suspects in 3 provinces




By: Carla P. Gomez, Joel Franco, Nestor P. Burgos Jr.

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AT THE wake of suspected drug lord Rowen Secretaria in Banacon Island, Genafe town in Bohol province, a girl, who saw the police raid on Secretaria’s house, demonstrates how law enforcers shot Secretaria. TONEE DESPOJO/CEBU DAILY NEWS



ILOILO CITY—Five bodies in three provinces in three days.

Five men, including a lawyer, fell victims to what appear to be cases of summary execution in Iloilo, Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental from Thursday to Saturday. The killings came as President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, who told police to get drug suspects dead or alive, prepared to assume office at the end of the month.

All share one thing in common—being suspected of involvement in crimes, including the illegal drug trade.

In Negros Occidental, a suspected drug supplier in the northern part of the province was killed by two motorcycle riding men in Calatrava town.

Habib Into, 49, of San Carlos City, who died of multiple gunshot wounds, was at the top of the list of most wanted drug suspects in San Carlos City and other areas, said Supt. Jacob Crisostomo, San Carlos City police chief.

Some 10 grams of shabu and P21,000 in cash were found from Into, police said.

A few hours later, a body was dumped by still unidentified men in Barangay Zone 15, Talisay City, also in Negros Occidental.

The victim, identified as Jeffrey Buencuchillo, 33, was tied and suffered multiple gunshot wounds. His hands were cut off.

Police found in the crime scene a cardboard with a message that read: “I am a member of Akyat Bahay, a thief, an addict. Don’t follow my example because you will be killed next.”

In Negros Oriental, a lawyer was killed while he rode a tricycle to a pension house in Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City, around 10:20 a.m. on Friday.

Rex Agan Perewperew, 38 and a native of Siquijor, was also shot by motorcycle-riding men. He suffered three gunshot wounds in the back.

Police said Perewperew is being investigated for alleged involvement in drugs. He was out on bail for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

In Iloilo, two men with criminal records were separately found dead with gunshot wounds on Saturday.

The body of Sherwin Taasan, 38, was found by a village watchman around 5:45 a.m. on a grassy lot in Barangay San Vicente in Leganes town, some 11 kilometers north of Iloilo City.

Insp. Gerry Leones, Leganes police chief, said Taasan had six gunshot wounds, including two in the head.

He was found with his hands tied behind his back with a black shoelace.

Taasan, a resident of Barangay Rizal Pala-Pala II in Iloilo City, had been arrested several times for snatching, Leones said, citing accounts from his live-in partner.

He is also facing a murder case.

Rotchel Navales, common-law wife of Taasan, said Taasan was on board a jeepney bound for Molo District when two armed men flagged down the vehicle and handcuffed him.

“The two said they were police and my husband has a warrant (of arrest) and they handcuffed him,” she told investigators at the Leganes police.

Navales said Taasan was involved in petty crimes and was once a drug user.

“Even though he was a thief, they should not have killed him. We have small children,” said Navales who has seven children with Taasan.

In Iloilo City, a 33-year-old ex-convict was found dead with 11 gunshot wounds around 3 a.m. in Barangay San Jose in Villa Arevalo District also on Saturday.

His hands were tied behind his back with a packing tape.

Police identified the victim as Lou Facto, a resident of Barangay Sooc, Villa Arevalo.

Facto had been recently released from detention for an illegal drugs or firearms case, according to PO2 Rhizan Magoleño, of the investigation section of the Arevalo police station.


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May wheelchair na ba si Binay jabezj? :D


Yan ang problem sayo gudz..
Naniwala ka kaagad na corrupt si Pres. Binay...

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tiyanak2 wrote:
A summary execution is an execution in which a person is accused of a crime and immediately killed without benefit of a full and fair trial.

On Yawa's case.. Considered ba yan as summary execution?

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A SUSPECTED big-time drug pusher was killed together with his two cohorts during a raid in the island of Banacon in Getafe, Bohol.

Rowen “Yawa” Secretaria eluded arrest in an anti-drug operation in 2013.

But at 4:30 a.m. last Friday, he was killed during a shootout with operatives from the Regional Anti-Illegal Drug Special Operation Task Group (Raidsotg) 7 and a team from Getafe Police Station.


Summary execution daw...sabi ng witnesses...

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2 victims of summary execution found in Caloocan


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Posted at Jun 04 2016 04:50 PM | Updated as of Jun 04 2016 09:52 PM

MANILA - Authorities discovered two bodies believed to be victims of summary execution in a creek under a bridge in Caloocan City Saturday morning.

Police said the male and female victims were found under the Sampaguita Bridge in Barangay 171, Bagumbong at 6 a.m.

The male victim, aged between 30 to 35 years old, was described as medium built, and was wearing pink shorts. He also had the name "Jean" tattooed on his left shoulder. A nylon cord was looped around his neck and he had a visible head wound.

The female victim, meanwhile, was of the same age as the male victim, sporting a long hair, and wearing short maong pants and white shirt. She had a neck wound.

On Wednesday, the body of 19-year-old Ryan Vincent Modesto was discovered in Gubat Siyudad, also in Bagumbong.

He was gagged, his face was wrapped with packaging tape, and his hands were tied behind his back. He also had a bullet wound in the neck.

A plywood was also found hanging over his neck with the words, "Huwag ninyo ako tularan, holdaper ako," written on it. - Report from Dennis Datu, dzMM

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JABEZJ wrote:
rudge wrote:
May wheelchair na ba si Binay jabezj? :D


Yan ang problem sayo gudz..
Naniwala ka kaagad na corrupt si Pres. Binay...

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