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Sowing intrigue another weapon vs drug rings
By Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) | Updated August 11, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – As the number of slain suspected drug offenders rises, President Duterte has admitted that intrigues are being used to destroy narcotics syndicates in the country.

Speaking to soldiers in Cagayan de Oro on Tuesday, Duterte said law enforcers have no personal motives to kill drug personalities, who he said are posing a threat to society.

“Long before, we infiltrated them and we created intrigue,” Duterte said.

“It is a legitimate game there. We plant intrigues so they would kill each other,” he added.

Duterte said the intrigues would make members of drug rings suspicious of each other.

The President made the statement as human rights activists raised concern over the spate of killings of people believed to be involved in illegal drugs.

Duterte previously admitted that some of those killed could have been summarily executed, but he maintained that he does not condone illegal acts.

Official police data showed that more than 400 people have been slain in anti-drug operations, but some reports claimed the figure has reached more than 700.

Duterte also defended the police from allegations that they are condoning extrajudicial killings.

“There is nothing personal there. The policemen do not know these people,” Duterte said.

“You want my policemen to gamble with their lives. It’s about self-preservation. If they die, they also have families,” he added.

Duterte said policemen should always be ready to defend themselves and should not allow drug suspects to kill them.

More than 5,000 people with alleged links to narcotics have been arrested while close to 600,000 others have surrendered to authorities.

Duterte went on his shame campaign by revealing a list of local officials, judges and police officers involved in the illegal drug trade.

Critics have claimed that the list of officials read by Duterte last Sunday was filled with wrong or old information.

For instance, Judge Roberto Navidad, one of the seven judges tagged in narcotics, was killed on Jan. 14, 2008. The list also contained a “congressman party-list Jeffrey Celis” but the name is not part of the official roster of the House of Representatives. – With Cecille Suerte Felipe


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A citizen's view on the Government's War against Drugs.. 8)

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A citizen's view on the Government's War against Drugs.. 8)



"You didn’t count how many were raped, murdered, and robbed because of shabu" -Sass Rogando Sasot


A netizen named Sass Rogando Sasot posted on her Facebook account about her views on extrajudicial killings and asking why some people care so much about the suspects killed rather than the victims who were raped, brutally murdered, and the wasted lives because of drugs.

Ms. Sasot compared the numbers of suspects killed than the numbers of people ruined their lives over drugs. She said we already fighting this war over a decades.

Sasot on the latter part slammed the human rights activists because they were more concern to the 530 suspects and never symphatized to the victims of drug-related cases.

The post generated 4,559 shares and more than 5 thousand likes.

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600,000 VS 530: THE WEIGHT OF ANGER VS. THE WEIGHT OF TEARS
By Sass Rogando Sasot


You are crying because of the alleged 530 victims of extra-judicial killings of suspected drug pushers, criminals, and addicts.

You called them: “Casualties in Duterte administration’s war on crime.” I want to cry with you, but those tears are like the proverbial useless damo because patay na ang kabayo.

The truth is: we have been at this war for a ****** long time already.But you didn’t care about the casualties beforebecause they weren’t attributed to Duterte who you hate so much.

You didn’t count the numbers of families destroyed by shabu, individuals who lost it and became a danger to themselves and to society.

You didn’t count how many were raped, murdered, and robbedbecause of shabu.

You didn’t count them because you didn’t really care about them.

They were the stuff daily tabloids are made of.Those who belong in the laylayan ng lipunan know this very well because those are the newspapers they read, the lives they live,and the dangers they face everyday.

I want to cry with you but where were you when my friend was brutally murdered in his own house,allegedly by someone he knew who was allegedly addicted to shabu.

Where were you when another friend was brutally murdered in her own house.

She was stabbed to death several times, 10? 15? 20? What difference does it make? She was found dead, naked, and almost frozen in her own house.

They said the murder was allegedly related to drugs. It’s always allegedly.
Their murders are unsolved.

Where were your ****** tears when “Bunso,” the youngest sibling of an OFW in Saudi Arabia, was found dead on “January 20, 2013 at 11 o’clock.” “Si Bunso ay nakahandusay at wala ng buhay sa damuhan.. kalat ang gamit, pasa ang mukha.

Naghahalong luha, sipon at dugo ang nasilayan namin sa kanyang mukha.

Nagpapahiwatig na hindi sa paraang ganun gusto niya mawala sa mundong ito.” The culprit? “tatlong adik na hanggang ngayon malayang nakakagala.” Unlike your Pieta, they didn't make it to the Inquirer, to ABS-CBN, to the New York Times.

Hence, you didn't shed even a single tear for them.
We have been at war for a long time.

The only difference?We now have a president who has the burat to fight back,who would stake his life, honor, and the presidency in this war,a war that has been waged for a long time and that we have already lost a long time ago.


At least 600,000 shabu addicts and pushers have surrendered.Tell me, in your best estimate, how much suffering did they cause before they surrendered to the administration that is now fighting back a war long waged by those who let 600,000 happen?

And who allowed to let it happen? Tell me. Tell us. Tell your children, your students, our countrymen.

Tell us who let the Sinaloa Drug Cartel, the most powerful and violent drug cartel in the world, take root in our country? Tell us who connived with the Chinese and West African Drug cartels? Tell us how our country became like this if indeed “human rights is the soul of our nation”?

What kind of nation produces at least 600,000 shabu addicts and pushers? Is it a nation that really cared about the dignity of its people? There’s a war going on.

Duterte didn’t start it. He is just fighting back.

Hate him all you want. Hate us all you want. But we want our country back. And we will take it back by all means necessary. We don’t want 600,000 casualties of shabu anymore.

Cry for your 530.

And we’ll be angry at those who let 600,000 happen.



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Ex PDEA Chief admits he submitted the Duterte list to PNoy in 2010 but nothing happened

Former Chief Dionisio Santiago of Philippines Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) said that the list of names of narco-politicians and narco-cops exposed by President Rodrigo Duterte is the same list he submitted to former President Noynoy Aquino in year 2010.

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According to Radyo Inquirer, during an interview with Santiago, he said that PNoy instructed the PDEA to investigate and report the status of illegal drugs in the Philippines.

Santiago confirmed that the list of names includes governors, mayors, vice mayors, councilors and barangay captains who are suspected drug lords, protectors and distributors.


But then, Santiago was fired and was replaced by Jose. S. Gutierrez Jr.

'Tinanggal nila ako, kasi ako raw yung tarantado, tapos yung tarantado talaga, yun ang napuwesto pa sa mas mataas ng posisyon.


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NorMin Cops, politicians in Duterte list surrender

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
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THE three police officers and four alleged politicians in the region linked by President Rodrigo Duterte to the illegal drugs trade have submitted themselves before Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald dela Rosa.

The information was confirmed by an official of Police Regional Office (PRO)-Northern Mindanao on Wednesday, August 10.

"All accounted na sila nga nag-surrender didto sa Crame ang tulo ka police and four ka alleged narco-politicians. (The three policemen and four alleged narco-politicians surrendered in Crame)," PRO-Northern Mindanao spokesperson Superintendent Surki Sereñas said.

Duterte's drug list revealed on Sunday, August 7, included seven police officers in Northern Mindanao, only three of which remained in active service, and four alleged narco-politicians.

The three policemen were identified as Senior Inspector Roy Montes of Misamis Oriental Provincial Police Office, Chief Inspector Ricardo Gando and SPO1 Rodrigo Ramos both of the Bukidnon Provincial Police Office.

Sereñas said the four government officials who cleared their names are Mayor Reynaldo "Aldong" Parojinog, Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog Echavez, City Councilor Ricardo Parojinog of Ozamiz City and Mayor David Navarro of Clarin, Misamis Occidental.

Sereñas said the three cops were already relieved and have been directed to report to the Regional Personnel Administrative Holding Office at Camp Alagar.

He said the three will remain confined until disciplinary, legal and administrative actions will have been meted out.

"Kung guilty mapriso kung dili back to work. (If guilty, they will be imprisoned, if not, they will be back to work)," Sereñas said.

The PNP Chief is expected to visit the city to grace the Police Service Anniversary today, August 11.

Sereñas said dela Rosa will be the guest of honor during the awarding ceremonies of deserving PNP personnel in the region.

Dela Rosa is also expected to hold a command conference with PRO-Northern Mindanao top officials at Camp Alagar, today, August 11.

"Wala pay itinerary but sure naa siya ugma and he will also cascade the guidance of the president," Sereñas said.

Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on August 10, 2016.

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Sereñas said the four government officials who cleared their names are Mayor Reynaldo "Aldong" Parojinog, Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog Echavez, City Councilor Ricardo Parojinog of Ozamiz City and Mayor David Navarro of Clarin, Misamis Occidental.



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Ex-mayor in Duterte's list is an anti-narcotics doctor




Published on Aug 10, 2016

A former town mayor accused by President Duterte of engaging in the narcotics trade is actually a public doctor campaigning for the prevention of illegal drug use.

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Sereñas said the four government officials who cleared their names are Mayor Reynaldo "Aldong" Parojinog, Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog Echavez, City Councilor Ricardo Parojinog of Ozamiz City and Mayor David Navarro of Clarin, Misamis Occidental.



Surrender na pala ang mayor nyo... :lol: :lol:

pilit pa rin... di ako si kamatis, paulit ulit :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Mahirap lang talaga ang trabaho ng taga linis.

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PNP raids Abuyog penal colony in Leyte
posted August 11, 2016 at 10:52 am by
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Operatives of PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) and PNP Regional Office raided the Abuyog penal colony in Leyte.

One inmate was killed as a result of the raid on Thursday morning.

He was identified as Edgar Allen Alvarez, who faced a murder case.

Authorities conducted an operation in Leyte’s regional prison facility over suspicions that this is where Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa’s son Kerwin is allegedly getting his supply of illegal drugs.

Search operations inside the quarters of inmates are ongoing.
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Maganda talaga strategy ng mga gahaman nato.. Prison converted to shabu lab. May mga gwardya pa. Free meals, Free electric consumption (aircon pa), at the expense of the taxpayers whom at the same time binibiktima nila.

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Palace readies ‘clean’ list

Honor roll of governors, mayors without drug links out soon

by Genalyn Kabiling
August 11, 2016


President Duterte’s war on illegal drugs is not purely a shame game after all.

After publicly naming and shaming government officials with suspected links to illegal drugs, Malacañang is now preparing another list – this time an honor roll of local executives untainted by the menace.

Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said the new government list will be released soon to “celebrate” the “clean” local government unit (LGU) officials who outnumber those implicated in illegal drugs operations.
“In a few days, we will release a list of clean LGU officials. It was a borne out of my usual media meeting with ES [Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea]. We thought that it was also proper to celebrate the untainted reputation of LGU executives when it comes to illegal drugs,” Andanar said.

“Based on the list, there are more clean governors and mayors than LGU executives who are suspected to be in the illegal drugs business,” he added.

President Duterte had earlier identified more than 150 judges, local officials, and policemen allegedly involved in illegal drug trade. He has asked the concerned officials to report to their superiors to clear their names.

The Palace, meantime, defended the President’s name-and-shame campaign against drug coddlers in government.

“The President’s primary concern is to deliver effective action to the people. By calling out the names of the judges on the list, he is giving them every chance and opportunity to be prepared to defend themselves, clear their names if they are innocent, and alert the community of their involvement in drugs if they are guilty,” Andanar said.

“Not everybody will applaud him for his audacity, but the President is putting his life, his honor, and the presidency at stake. His love for the people is greater than his fear for his own life, or the fear of embarrassment, failure, or mistake,” he added.

P88-M DRUG HAUL

As Malacañang prepares a “clean” list, policemen swooped down on the residence of Albuera, Leyte, Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. yesterday and confiscated some P88 million worth of shabu and some bomb component.

In a report reaching Chief Supt. Elmer C. Beltejar, Police Regional Office 8 (PRO-8) acting director, said policemen led by Albuera police head Chief Inspector Jovie Espinido raided Espinosa’s house at Sitio Tinago, Barangay Binulho in Albuera on the strength of a search warrant.

Senior Superintendent Domingo S. Cabillan, PRO-8 chief of the operations, told Manila Bulletin that the raiding team confiscated 11 packs containing white crystalline, believed to be shabu.

Espinosa had earlier surrendered to Director General Ronald dela Rosa, PNP chief, after Duterte implicated him in illegal drugs trade.

Police have already filed cases against Mayor Espinosa and his son.

Chief Inspector Elizabeth Jasmin, spokesperson of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), said illegal possession of drugs and firearms were filed against Mayor Espinosa Sr. and his son Kerwin in connection with the clash and raid on his house, where six of their men were killed.

“The cases were filed by our personnel in Eastern Visayas using the pieces of evidence taken from the recent operations there. The charges were filed before the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office,” said Jasmin.

Police killed six members of the Espinosa group last week after the latter allegedly fired on patrolling lawmen near the house of the mayor in Sitio Tinago.

METRO DRUG DRIVE

Meanwhile in Metro Manila, two policemen allegedly involved in illegal drugs were killed in separate operations.

In Pasig City, Police Officer 2 Miguel C. Turaray alias “JR,” who was assigned in Camp Crame, Quezon City, was shot dead Tuesday night by motorcycle-riding suspects.

Investigators said Turaray was standing near his residence on San Roque Street in Barangay Bagong Ilog when the suspects fired at him.

In Quezon City, PO1 Reyadzper Ibba, 34, of Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, and detailed at the Quezon City Police District’s (QCPD) Talipapa Police Station (PS-3), was killed after engaging his fellow cops in a shootout Tuesday night.

QCPD chief Senior Supt. Guillermo Eleazar said Ibba had just finished his duty and was still in his uniform when he was killed in an encounter around 6:30 p.m. along Katipunan Ave.-SB Road, near corner Gen Luis St., in Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon, Novaliches.

Eleazar said a buy-bust operation against Ibba was conducted by operatives of the Regional Anti-Illegal Drugs-Special Operations Task Group (RAID-SOTG) of the National capital Regional Police Office after he was found to be allegedly selling illegal drugs.

In Makati City, Senior Supt. Rommil Mitra reported to Mayor Abby Binay that at least 1,049 suspected drug personalities surrendered.

Mitra said police are in talks with barangay officials on how to counsel persons linked to illegal drugs but who have surrendered voluntarily.

“I commend the Makati police and our barangay officials and residents for bringing the figure to over 1,000 in a span of two weeks, from over 700 individuals who surrendered in the first half of July,” Mayor Binay said.

The Makati police reported that they have been in constant coordination with officials of the six exclusive villages that refuse to cooperate in the illegal drugs campaign.

Up to now, there were still no surrenderees as of July 31 from the exclusive villages of Magallanes, Dasmariñas, Forbes, San Lorenzo, Urdaneta, and Bel-Air, police said. (With reports from Aaron B. Recuenco, Nestor Abrematea, Jenny Manongdo, Vanne Terrazola, and Anna Liza Alavaren)



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Maganda talaga strategy ng mga gahaman nato.. Prison converted to shabu lab. May mga gwardya pa. Free meals, Free electric consumption (aircon pa), at the expense of the taxpayers whom at the same time binibiktima nila.




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Sereñas said the four government officials who cleared their names are Mayor Reynaldo "Aldong" Parojinog, Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog Echavez, City Councilor Ricardo Parojinog of Ozamiz City and Mayor David Navarro of Clarin, Misamis Occidental.



Surrender na pala ang mayor nyo... :lol: :lol:

pilit pa rin... di ako si kamatis, paulit ulit :lol: :lol: :lol:


Opps...sori... :lol: :lol:
Met Aldong several months ago...
He said he's running unopposed because he's a clean man...
I just nodded... :lol:

Met Nova sometime April 2016.
Kahit nasa loob ng City Hall may taga payong? :shock:
In fairness, she's really beautiful... :lol:

Richard is indeed noted as the head of the dragon...

Mayor Navarro is clean..
He's a good guy, really and I am not joking... :D

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Maganda talaga strategy ng mga gahaman nato.. Prison converted to shabu lab. May mga gwardya pa. Free meals, Free electric consumption (aircon pa), at the expense of the taxpayers whom at the same time binibiktima nila.




Happy diba.

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