Duterte: Matrix – De Lima, Usec, Gov (now Cong), Prov Admin, General, DRIVER/LOVER et al

Share Share Share – BREAKING NEWS: #PresidentDuterte releases ‘NBP drug link matrix’ pnp matrix delimavia  PTV

Update: Personalities tagged in ‘matrix’ include now Sen De Lima, Usec Toti Baraan, Pangasinan Prov Admin Raffy Baraan, Gen Franklin Bucayo, Cong Amado T. Espino, Ronie P. Dayan (De Lima’s ex driver-bodyguard) & ‘BM’ Raul P. Sison.

The plot thickens. President Duterte revealed the Delima – Pangasinan – BUCOR – Bilibid Prison connection. Starting from a provincial drug operation (LOVER/BODYGUARD is from Urbiztondo, Pangasinan), the DELIMA DRUG MAFIA, then still a Northern Luzon regional powerhouse,  was able to put people in charge of the Philippine prison system which culminated in the cooperation with the Asian DRUG TRIAD members currently jailed in the National Penitentiary (Peter Co – Luzon, Herbert Colangco – Mindanao). Visayan TRIAD DRUG LORD Peter Lim (after meeting with President Duterte) is still scot-free.








Duterte: Antipolo policemen DISTRIBUTED DRUGS through husband and wife assets, then KILLED the couple

Daughter of KILLED couple said about 2 to 3 cops visited their house four times a week, bringing ILLEGAL DRUGS which her parents repacked and sold to the community. The daughter estimates that a total of 30 to 40 individual policemen went to their house in the span of more than a year. She was able to provide names (not revealed in open court) for some but had only physical descriptions for others. She also stated that during certain visits, the children were instructed to leave the second floor after which the policemen themselves PARTOOK of the ILLEGAL DRUGS. Note: The couple died 10 days prior to the new Duterte Administration taking office. The most logical motive for the deaths was an effort of the complicit cops to remove or reduce the number of their accomplices that could pin point them.



Witness says Antipolo cops involved in illegal drug trade
Maila Ager, INQUIRER,  August 22nd, 2016

Another witness has testified at the Senate and implicated certain policemen in Antipolo in illegal drugs and possibly in the killings of her parents.

Twenty-three year old Mary Rose Aquino told the Senate committee on justice and human rights on Monday that some policemen had delivered illegal drugs for “repacking” to her father, Rodelio Campos, at their house in Antipolo.

Aquino said her father was a police “asset” until he was killed last June 20. Her mother, pnp senate hearingRosalie Campos, was also found dead the following day.

“Pinatay po sila, sinalvaged (They were killed, salvaged),” she said in between sobs, responding to queries of Senator Leila de Lima, chair of the committee.

She said she last saw her parents on June 20, after her father received a call from an angry policeman, whom she identified only as “Rabe.”

“Galit na galit po yung pulis na ‘yun sa papa ko. Pumunta na raw po sila (The police was very angry at my father. He told them to go somewhere),” Aquino said, “Hindi ko po alam kung saang lugar e basta ang alam ko po magre-remit po sila (I don’t know where, but all I know is that they were going to remit).”

Aquino admitted that her father was a drug pusher and that her mother had accompanied him in their drug deals. Both, she said, were also drug users.

She said her father had been selling drugs for more than a year before he was killed.

Asked by De Lima where her father sourced the drugs, Aquino said: “Sa mga pulis po… ng Antipolo. Kilala ko po sila (From the police in Antipolo. I know who they are).”

Asked again how she knew that they were policemen, “Kasi po pumupunta po sila sa bahay. Inihahatid po nila yung droga sa bahay namin, pinapa-repack po sa papa ko (They would come to our house. They would bring the drugs to our house and have my father repack it).”

Aquino said she also knew that they were police because they were wearing their uniforms whenever they went to their house.

After receiving that call on June 20, Aquino said her parents immediately left their house to bring their “remittance” to the policeman. Two days after, Campos’ bodies were found in different locations in Antipolo.

But Senator Panfilo Lacson noted that the incident happened on June 20, or 10 days before the new leadership of the Philippine National Police (PNP) assumed post on July 1.

“So wala pa silang kinalaman dito as far as leadership is concerned (So they had nothing to do with this as far as leadership is concerned),” Lacson said.

De Lima went on with her questioning and noted that in Aquino’s affidavit, the latter mentioned that the alleged involved Antipolo policemen did not only deliver illegal drugs for repacking to their house but they were also having “pot session” there.

Aquino confirmed her statement in the affidavit.

“Pumupunta po sila sa bahay tapos aakyat sa taas, pinabababa po kami nina mama. Makulit po kasi ako aakyatin ko, nakikita ko po doon na nagre-repack sina mama at saka si papa tapos gumagamit po ‘yang mga pulis na ‘yan,” she said.

(They would come to our house, then they would come up, and our mother would tell us to go down. I would come up and see my mother and father repacking as well as police using drugs.)

She said she had witnessed the policemen having pot session at their house several times. JE/rga



Duterte: De Lima in Pangasinan with Driver Family Photo goes VIRAL. GOVERNMENT HELICOPTER used.

Share Share Share – Breaking News: (Scoop / Exclusive photo) De Lima “Family” Picture. Then Secretary of Justice, now Senator, Leila De Lima attended the wedding as a nuptial sponsor (ninang sa kasal) of a relative (pamangkin) of her driver/bodyguard/lover in Pangasinan. Neighbors claim she used a GOVERNMENT HELICOPTER to arrive at the place. Use of government vehicles for PERSONAL activities is against the law. Eh papaano na yan, siya ang Secretary of Justice nuong panahon na iyon. Kanino ka magsasampa ng reklamode lima dumpay basista pangasinan? Well, CHANGE is here. Mag VIRAL kaya ang larawang eto? Depende na yan sa 16 million Digong voters. 100 Shares kaya? Baka lumagpas pa. Surpresahin kaya natin ang ating mga sarili. Baka 1000 shares. Like Like Like —->>>>> Duterte

Note: In a Facebook page, a few hours later, where the photo was published, 117,344 people were reached, 1900 plus Liked the post, 127 made comments while 1,713 persons SHARED the same. That is the power of social media for you.

1. May isang lalaking namatay. Habang nakatayo sya sa harap ni San Pedro, malapit sa pinto, nakita nya yung malaking pader na puro “wall clock” sa likod nya, at nagtanong, “Ano yang mga relong yan?” Sumagot si San Pedro, “Yan ay ang mga Relo ng Kasinungalingan..lahat ng tao sa mundo, merong Relo ng Kasinungalingan. Sa tuwing magsisinungaling ang isang tao, gagalaw ang kamay ng relong yan. “Ganon ba?” tugon ng lalaki, “Kaninong relo yan?” Sagot ni San Pedro, “Kay Mother Teresa yan. Hindi gumalaw ang kamay ng relong yan, isang patunay na hindi sya nagsinungaling” “Ang galing naman!” sabi ng lalaki. “Etong relong to, eto yung kay Abraham Lincoln na dating presidente ng Amerika. Sa buong buhay nyang nabuhay sa mundo, dalawang beses pa lang gumalaw ang kamay nyan, ibig sabihin, dalawang beses lang sya nagsinungaling sa buong buhay nya” Namangha ang lalaki, at nag isip ng itatanong. “Eh, asan po yung relo ni Sen. Leila De Lima?” tanong ng lalaki na para bang sobrang interesado. Tugon ni San Pedro, “Ahhh, eeee…. Andon sa opisina ni Jesus Christ, yon ang ginagamit nyang Electric Fan ngayon.”.

2. KAYA mas maganda na mghirap hirap muna bago mgsaya kaysa mgsaya muna bago mgdusa..yan ang sitwasyon ngaun ni dog style queen…!
3. The people who opposses themselves from the plans of our President are likely those person that are not really concern to uplift our economy from progressing as such they are causing hindrance because they doesn’t want their stinking guilt to be exposeSee More
4. Movie title: “The Secret Affair with the Driver”

Duterte: Hoy Delima! Tapos na ang mga maliligayang araw niyo at ilulubog ko kayo sa lupa!

5. Naghihikopter nman sya di tinanggi sa kanyang lover driver sa scandal nila hahaha
6. Sabi nya di nya alam n may asawa at pamilya ang driver lover nya? Eh ano to…. Tsk tsk tsk…. Alam n this putragis!…..

7. Kaya pala pati kamaganak tudo deny maambunan ka ba naman ng grasya at my hilaw sister inlaw. Na senadora.d aamin eto sabihin fabricated hehehe.ala me pakialam sa lovelife mo pero gamitin gov’t chopper para pumunta dyan?

8. Yan yung mga relatives na kasama sa interview ? Nagagalit dahil ? Mayutuyo na ang bulsa kasama n yung di sikat kc wala na si tita DE5 hanep !

 9. Napaka iportante sa buhay nya c Mr.driver parang diamond Na Hindi pwede galawin bka masaktan

10. OK LANG SI DE LIMA AT YUNG DRIVER,isantabi natin ang kanilang mga kamag anak,wag lang kasangkot sa mga anomalya kahit paano irespeto ung ibang hindi kasali.

11. PWEDE puwet nman ni De Lima upload nyo,sumusuka ako tuwing nakikita ko MUKHA Nya sa FB…

12.  Are we now digging faults/ mistakes from each other??? If we keep on doing that, we are not giving CHANGE a chance…that is considered DIRTY POLITICS… Balik na naman tayo sa una… Huhuhuh I

13.  Mafia si de Lima kahit anong sabi nya nadi tutoo daw sabi nya

14. WHY? Leni Robredo “DISHONEST CORRUPT” Politician. She is running around spreading “LIES” about Duterte Administration which only been almost 50 days after swearing to office June 30, 2016.

15. DE LIMA,tigilan muna kasi yang kayabangan mo..na kahit pres dika umuurong nawili ka sa ginawa mo kay former pres aroyo lols!!..pasikat ka masyado na wla sa lugar

16. TUSO MAN DAW MAUUTAKAN DIN kamatayan at yong taong tuso sabi ni kamatayan kukunonin na kita sabi naman ng tuso uminom ka muna nilasing nya si kamatayan at yong pangalan nya ay inilagay nya sa ilalim ng magising si kamatayan sabi ng tuso sigi bunotin mo na ang papil binaliktad kaya sa ilalim kumuha ng papil si kamatayan kaya nabunot din nya pangalan ng tuso e di walang ligtas hAhaha silat ganyan si delima driver nya rin ang kakanta para sa kanya

17. Like Kris Aquino using Government Chopper for election campaign eh may pinagmanahan gawain ni Boss Pinoy ok lang so ginaw din ni De Lima… Grabe naman pera ng bayan taxes ni Kris yong ginamit nya kay De Lima pera ng drugs ang gibamit nya eh pakialam nyo ba!!!!

18. Dapat kasi sila ni riza sinusunog ayaw ko ng electric chair gusto ko yung sinusunog sila ng buhay mga hayup salot sa pilipinas. Yung mga yabang na yan nila tirahin mo verbally sa anak o pamilya hina yan…

19. Hanep ni laila de lima eh hayop like an animal shit.yan b pangarap u s byan ntin putang ina.khayupan baboy.ikulong yan s dapitan tas smhan ng ahas n kmukha nia.

20.  Sexitary of Justice really a government dillimma?
Very untouchable government official only the driver could touch? Read between the lines,
Not between the legs!

21. lovers that steal together,jail forever!

22. Ang galing naman ng scoop Go DDS. Pati mga nasa Senado dilaw palabasin ang baho nila. Sayang pera sa knila sigurado Cojuangco nagmamaniubra nyan.

23. Naku yung mga depensa mo Madam malapit na mabokya! Digital na ang proseso kaya mbilis na rin ang resulta, illegal drugs pa more para kulong ang bagsak!

24. Grabe ka de5 pati government helicopter ginamit mo para lang makaattend ka sa kasal ng pamangkin ng kanyang driver.

25. ANG Kapal Ng hayop Na Laila DELIMA Na Ito !

27. Huli ka balbon..
Tuwad na daan pa more.

28. lastug nga bakit nga babai,@lalakero pa bwisit yan sa pinas.

29. Eh ano nmn kng gamit nya government helicopter, my basbas nmn yan ni pinoy eh, kaya dapat c pinoy embistigahan dn

30. Waw na waw tlaga si tuwad oh.

31. Kapal ng taba mo tlg de himas..

32. Kapal ng pagmmukhang demonya delima na ito mag bigti knlng pra mabawasan mga salut sa mundo tulad mo delima .demonyeta ka

33. Binuhay nya pamily nya sa corrupt na kinita nya. Ang kakapal nyo. Habang taong bayan naghihirap. Makakarma din kayo.

34. Dati hellicopter ang sinasakyan m,ngaun mg wiwheelchair kna kapag nkulong kna gaya ng ibng nakakasuhan….

35. AY mga pare ko huwag yong sisiin sa libug nya normal lang yong pag nangangati ipakamot normal diba

36. Magaling mang akusa .ang ginagawa niya di niya nalalaman na pang aabuso din sa kapangyarihan. Kapal ng mukha mo delima.

37. Wow vip driver nya?Para gmtn p gov’t helocpter? s heaven pa dumaan jeje

38. Ng dahil sa titi nalugaw utak ni delima. .kpal nman..hay grave na to. ..
39. ang buhay weather weather lang nuon sya ay masaya ngaun aya naman lumlasap sa mga nilasap ng inapi at hiniya nya

40. kapit sa masamng spirit para mapromote kayo ni Ronnie. malakas ang power nya kay DRUG QUEEN

41. Sarap mgmhl ni delima!!’ Apply n kau driver,,

42. WOW MALI? GRABE ka talaga delima naka helicopter ka pa aanak ng kasal ? MALI TALAGA!

43. massra nga ang utak mo sa pag iisip ngayon dahil malapit knang ma kulong

44. singkapal nang bloking semento

45. Your indiscretions are unveiling by abundance Senator,,truly,when it rains it pours!


47. CORRUPTION:The Heroin Drug Money of the Liberal Party (LP). Liberal Party are the AQUINO WING.

48. kapal apog talaga no? (character) assissination na naman to.Pero kung sya ang magsalita at gumawa ng kabalbalan judicial killings, ha ha ha karma na to KARMA UKLITIN KO ULI KARMA KARMA. do unto other kung hindi mo alam,KARMA KARMA.


50. Ginamit pwesto sa gobyerno pra makaloko

51. Abosado sa kapangyarihan!

52. Wow buhay nga naman sarap tapos maghirap ha ha ha!!!

53. Sosyal wla trapik wla tollgate hanep?

54. Tsk bahala na c god sau.

55. nakakalkal na lahat….di lahat kasi na nakangiti sayo ay kakampi mo

56. Parang miembro na talaga ng pamilya nu?

57. Akala mo walang bahid dungis pero meron meron

58. Wow fantastic

59. talking about abuse of power? Jeee what do you call this?

60. Wow big time nga !

61. Hayy nku grabe tlaga itong c delimaw

62. Abusada sa position niya! ewww…..

63. Masarap kc ung Dog style hehehe

64. bonga kase mag nanakaw

65. hahaha paktay ka delimawmaw

66. Wow..

67. Kaloka to ohh..ang galing ni de limang mang

68. (Simulan na ang Pangangaso poster)

69.  Ha ha ha …pangyayari

70.  sarap ng buhay! mga kawatan@

71. mag bilang na lang siya ng araw, tapos na ang pasko niya

72. What a heck…

73. Yan ba ang jade na dinasabi.


75. yari ka

76. Kris used the chopper to compaign the last election. another story, abusing the power, who paid for the pilot. the gas? they should be accountable of this. Whatever they misused, abuse they should pay back the govt. to help 6ooo addicts.

77. Itsura nia noon at ngayon drug money nga ang nag angat sa kanya😂😂😂😂

78. Ohh sosyal with helicopter…

79. Hahahahaha ayus yan…!

80.  Home wrecker na senadora at Immoral

81. Eh di wow!

82. Charge D5 for the violation, pls Mr President👊🏼

83. Pak!Pak!Ganern….

84. Wow bagets

85. (Simulan na ang Pangangaso poster)

86. Ikw na ang makapal

87.  Toinks

88.(Simulan na ang Pangangaso poster)
89. Tuwad at sakangkang n daan

90.  Karma na higabaan na

91.  Tapos kang baboy ka…

92. Buang sa mundo

93. Express delivery pa si Torjak Delima sa party ng relative ng boyfriend/ driver….nag-hell icopter pa.

94.  P***** Ina mu delima…baboy ka

95. Kapal tlga ng mukha ng bbaeng yan

96.  Baga ug face….
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Duterte: De Lima driver with HOUSING BENEFITS

Senator Leila De Lima denounced President Duterte for UNGENTLEMANLY conduct in exposing her ILLICIT LOVE AFFAIR with her family driver but she has not EXPRESSIVELY DENIED that she received money from Bilibid Prison DRUG LORDS. Duterte pinpointed her driver as the cash collector who receives money from inside the National Penitentiary. No comment on this from the former Justice Secretary at the present time.

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Was driver given this white house by senator?
Yolanda Sotelo,  Inquirer Northern Luzon, August 19, 2016

URBIZTONDO, Pangasinan―A narrow road cutting through green fields leads to a two-story white house in Barangay Galarin here where the driver of Sen. Leila de Lima allegedly lives.

On Wednesday, President Duterte linked De Lima to the illegal drug trade by claiming that her driver, Ronnie Palisoc Dayan, was her bagman who allegedly collected drug payoffs for her. He also claimed that the senator was in a relationship with Dayan.

The former human rights commissioner and former justice secretary had previously denounced then Davao City Mayor Duterte for his alleged links to the Davao Death Squad.

She also recently called for a Senate inquiry into the spate of killings that, she said, was a result of the President’s brutal war on illegal drugs.

The Galarin neighborhood was tight-lipped about the private lives of Dayan and De Lima when the Inquirer visited the village on Thursday.

Dayan’s neighbors would neither confirm nor deny the President’s allegation that the two-story house was De Lima’s gift to her driver.

Asked for  comment  on this story, De Lima declined to issue a statement

Orange bungalow

Dayan also owns an orange bungalow located about 100 meters from the white house that, his neighbors said, took some time to build and was completed only in March this year.

The Galarin village chief, Rodolfo Licuanan, said Dayan’s children live in the orange house. “[Dayan] has two married children with their own families, while his youngest child is still in high school,” he said.

But Licuanan was uncertain as to whether Dayan’s wife lived with their children or if she lived in the Visayas, as previously reported.

Asked if De Lima indeed paid for the white house, Licuanan shook his head and said, “I don’t know.”


Dayan’s uncle, Alfredo Lomibao, 73, said he had not heard about Mr. Duterte’s allegations. “I know nothing about these accusations, but I am certain the Dayans are a peace-loving family,” Lomibao said.

Another Urbiztondo resident said Dayan and his family used to live with his parents in a small house in the village.

But after his wife and children relocated to another province, he moved to the white house where he and De Lima were often seen, said the resident who asked that his identity be withheld.

Urbiztondo (population: 47,831 in 2010), is a third-class agricultural town located between San Carlos City and Mangatarem town in the southern part of the province.

A neighbor, who claimed to be Dayan’s nephew, said De Lima’s driver was a good man who would often treat them to a party whenever he was in the neighborhood.

The Inquirer could not immediately confirm these details, as no one had opened the gates of the orange house when it came calling. But a car was parked in the driveway and a dog cage stood on one side of the house.

At the white house, the Inquirer saw five motorcycles and a small truck in the garage.  A neighbor offered to call Dayan, but he, too, did not get any response from the driver.

The village chief claimed that De Lima would stay in Dayan’s house whenever she visited the town.

“I knew she was around because people would tell me that she was here,” Licuanan said about the supposed visits when De Lima served as justice secretary under former President Benigno Aquino III.

The last time she visited the village was in December last year, when she distributed some gifts, Licuanan said.

“A little cash, P50 for the children and P100 for the adults. But she did not go around; it’s the people who went to the house,” he said.

Advance party

Occasionally, De Lima and Dayan would be seen at the public market buying vegetables and fish.

“We would see them on weekends. She would arrive on a Saturday and leave on a Sunday,” a resident said.

He added that people in the town knew she was coming because she allegedly had an “advance party.”

“It’s open knowledge in the village who financed the building of that house,” Senior Supt. Ronald Lee, provincial police director, claimed during a media forum in Lingayen town, also in Pangasinan, on Thursday.

“He is just a driver and residents say he could not have bought that property by himself,” Lee added.

He presented documents from the Urbiztondo police about an incident in which Dayan had allegedly punched a policeman and threatened to kill a barangay tanod (village watchman) after they reportedly confronted Dayan for indiscriminately firing a gun during a drinking party in April 2014.

No case was filed against Dayan after the complaint was reportedly settled amicably.

“We want to be updated on the case,” Lee said. “Was there really a settlement? There was talk that two government prosecutors went to the police station to settle the case at that time,” he said. With a report from Gabriel Cardinoza, Inquirer Northern Luzon

delima ronnie dayan urbiztondo, pangasinan


Duterte: Senator Delima has a driver lover who collected campaign money from DRUG LORDS in Bilibid Prison

(UPDATED) President Duterte specifically named Senator De Lima in a later interview.

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Share Share Share – Breaking News: Duterte slams female senator whose lover (her family driver) collected campaign money from the drug lords in Bilibid Prison. May VIDEO pa raw when she was investigating then Mayor Duterte, linking him to the Davao Death Squad. President Duterte DID NOT name the female senator, however, he says she constantly criticizes him on the issue of human rights. Sino kaya? Your guess is as good as ours. Please give your comment. This is the latest CLUE to the President’s continuing and escalating barbs against a “female executive” who has been tormenting him. Digong has previously stated that he would DESTROY (name and shame) the senator in PUBLIC. Like Like Like ——>>>> Duterte

Duterte: 303 QC employees test positive, 72 more QC cops relieved (88 previously relieved)

QC Kagawads Hayes and Pamplona test POSITIVE for DRUG USE, QC 4th District Councilor Hero Bautista (brother of Mayor Bistek)bautista hero goes on LEAVE of ABSENCE after POSITIVE TEST and ADMISSION to DRUG USE

PHOTO: Quezon City Councilot Hero Bautista, brother of Mayor Bistek.

Note: Two of FIVE PNP Generals/Drug Protectors (Pagdilao and Tinio were assigned to Quezon City).



303 QC government personnel tested positive in drug testing

July 19, 2016  UPDATE.PH

A total of 303 Quezon City government personnel were found positive in recent drug testing, QC Anti Drug Abuse Advisory Council (QCADAAC) chairperson and Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte announced on Tuesday Topping the list were 172 barangay public safety officers (BPSO) or “tanods” have tested positive.

The number forms part of the more than 300 barangay officials and employees which all tested positive for drug abuse based on the June 22, 2016 result submitted by QCADAAC.

“This is very alarming considering that BPSOs are the force multiplier of the police in ensuring peace and order in our communities,” Belmonte said.

Aside from the BPSOs, also tested positive are two kagawads (village councilors), 52 street sweepers or ‘paleros,’ seven barangay health workers, 15 drivers, 15 utility workers, 10 community brigade workers, 11 barangay staff, one member of the task force on youth development, three from the violence against women and children, eight from the lupon ng tagapamayapa (peace council) and seven fire volunteers.

As of June 22, of the city’s total 142 barangays, 106 underwent the drug testing. The figure represents a completion rate of 74.64 percent.

At the press conference, Belmonte disclosed that a sizeable amount of the supplemental budget of the city government would be set aside for the building of additional infrastructure for drug rehabilitation.

According to Belmonte, the request for increased funding was necessary in order for the city government to effectively implement its drug treatment and rehabilitation program, including construction of additional rehabilitation centers for drug dependents in each of the city’s six districts.

She said the city government, through QCADAAC, was spending at least Php400 a day to rehabilitate a drug user.

“This is a big investment for Quezon City,” the Vice Mayor said.

Earlier, Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista unveiled the city government’s plan to build more rehabilitation centers to accommodate suspected drug personalities in the city who had agreed to voluntarily surrender to authorities and pledged to stop any involvement in the illegal drug trade.

Belmonte also disclosed that the Department of Health (DOH) has already approved the request for additional beds at the Tahanan, or the QC Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in Barangay Payatas.

“Our request for additional 150 beds has already been approved by the DOH,” said Belmonte.

To date, the Tahanan has an existing bed capacity of 150.


72 QC cops sacked over alleged drug links, torture activities

Published August 15, 2016  By JOSEPH TRISTAN ROXAS, GMA News


A total of 72 police officers from the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) with alleged links to the illegal drugs trade and involvement in torture activities have been relieved from duty.

On Monday, QCPD head Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar presented the list in a news conference at the QCPD headquarters in Camp Karingal where 69 cops are allegedly involved in illegal drugs and three are charged in violation of the Anti-Torture Act.

The police personnel came from 11 QC police stations — the most from the Police Station 3 with 15, followed by Police Station 9 with 13,m and Police Station 10 with 10 — and one assigned to the Anti-Carnapping Unit.

National Capital Region Police Office head Chief Supt. Oscar Albayalde also joined Eleazar in the news conference.

Police Chief Inspector Armando Mariano Reyes is the highest ranking official included on the list.

Eleazar told GMA News Online that the 69 were relieved upon the recommendation of their station commanders.

“Hindi na makakatulong, may bahid na,” Eleazar said in a phone interview.

Meanwhile, Eleazar said the 72 police personnel will still be subject to investigation and validation as they abide by the directive of PNP chief  Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa to cleanse their ranks.

“In our own sound judgment, we will subject them to investigation and validation to make sure that the ongoing change we effected will be to the maximum, to attain the change expected by all of us, so that the people of Quezon City will feel more secure about their police,” he said in the conference.

The relieved personnel will be re-assigned to the District Headquarters Support Unit in Camp Karingal where “floating” police officers are assigned.

“Since due process is mandatory for dismissing these personnel, assigning them to menial tasks within QCPD Headquarters in the meantime, is in line with the mandate of our Chief PNP, and directives from our [Regional Director] Albayade,” Eleazar said.

Last July, 88 members of the anti-illegal drugs division of the QCPD were also relieved from duty over their alleged involvement in illegal drugs.

Eleazar said 17 of the 88 have been cleared of any anomaly while two have been transferred to the PNP Personnel Holding and Accounting Office in Camp Crame.

“Investigation continues on the remaining 69 personnel from the original 88 who were relieved last July, and will be conducted with the same thoroughness on the 72 additional personnel for a total of 141 personnel,” Eleazar said.

“We assure the people of QC, as well as our President and PNP Chief, that those found guilty will be dismissed from service. We will file appropriate charges and dismissal proceedings immediately,” he added.

Eleazar mentioned that police personnel cleared of any illegal drug involvement or any anomaly will undergo a three-month re-training and re-orientation program to reshape their attitudes towards police service. — RSJ, GMA News


DJ Karen Bordador at kasintahan, arestado sa P3M droga

Timbog sa buy-bust operation ang isang radio DJ at kanyang kasintahan na itinuturong supplier umano ng droga. Aabot sa P3 milyon halaga ng droga ang nakumpiska. Nagpa-Patrol, Ernie Manio. TV Patrol, Linggo, Agosto 14, 2016      ABS-CBN News   Posted at Aug 14 201

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KAREN BORDADOR. The radio DJ and her boyfriend Emilio Lim were caught in possession of P3 million worth of drugs.

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Radio DJ Karen Bordador and her boyfriend Emilio Lim were arrested after a buy-bust operation in Pasig City.

According to a report on TV Patrol, approximately P3 million worth of ecstasy, marijuana, and marijuana oil were found at a condo unit in Pasig City on Saturday, August 13. Also found at the unit were drug paraphernalia, money, and a money counting machine.

Senior Superintendent Tomas Apolinario told TV Patrol, “Itong operation na ito ay bunga ng direktiba ng ating chief PNP (Philippine National Police), na sugpuin ang ilegal na droga dito sa mga high-end clubs tsaka sa mga bars.

(This operation is due to a directive from our chief PNP, that we should suppress the illegal drugs that can be found at high-end clubs and bars.)

Siya [Lim] ang itinuturo na malaking nagsusupply sa mga nagtutulak sa mga clubs sa Makati at sa BGC (He [Lim] is said to be a big supplier among those who push drugs at clubs in Makati and BGC),” added Apolinario, in a report on 24 Oras. He said that the customers in those areas range from students and teenagers to wealthy people and celebrities.

“Ito ang mga bumibili sa kanila (These are the people who are buying drugs from them),” he said on TV Patrol.

In the same 24 Oras report, Bordador can be heard saying: “Wala po akong ginagawa… bumisita lang ako.” (I wasn’t doing anything… I just visited.)

According to a report, a Filipino-American caught selling ecstasy at Bonifacio Global City told the police about Lim. – Rappler.com

Villar-Ayala-Yulo lose Sta. Rosa Laguna LANDGRABBING Case

Real estate giants Villar, Ayala and Yulo lost a 430 hectare LANDGRABBING case in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Only the Villar side (that got 50 hectares out of the disputed 430 hectares) filed and lost on appeal while Ayala and Yulo stood aside to wait for the decision which also affects their separate but adjacent land claims.

The final verdict was promulgated in February of 2016 but then Aquino Administration Department of the Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Paje did not release the landmark decision. With the assumption of the Duterte Administration last June 30, 2016 and a new DENR Secretary in the person of Gina Lopez, the ancestral owners of the contested land are confident that JUSTICE will prevail. The long-standing dispute has resulted in the LOSS of LIVES on the side of farmer families who have always denounced FAVORITISM on the part of government land officials, local government unit executives and the police. The real estate moguls have resorted to physical violence and legal harassment in the form of filing endless frivolous case in the barangay and municipal levels.

Sta. Rosa, Laguna has grown into a prime suburban development area with the old industrial factories now side-by-side with plush subdivisions. The greatest impact of the adverse decision against the developers is the question of whether the REAL OWNERS would take PHYSICAL CONTROL of the mall, retail and office areas as well as high-end houses that are already occupied by the unsuspecting “BUYERS” who have paid, in part or in full, for their properties. Developers, of course, have the option to purchase the land that they have already improvednuvali and absorb huge losses in exchange for peace of mind. Otherwise, they stand to be deluged with lawsuits as well as TARNISHING their CREDIBILITY which may affect future sales in their many other projects.

#Duterte #ChangeIsHere #WarOnDrugs #NoToOligarchs #LandGrabbing

DUTERTE: P88-M worth of shabu, bomb components seized from Espinosa’s Leyte home

Police seized at least 11 kilograms of shabu and ingredients for bomb-making in a raid at the ancestral home of Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. early Wednesday.

Joint teams from the local Albuera police and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) raised Espinosa’s home at Sitio Tinago Dos, Barangay Benolho at around 5 a.m.

The drugs, contained in plastic bags, were found in the house’s kitchen cabinets.

The volume of drugs seized from the house has a street value of P88 million.

The operatives also seized ammonium nitrate, blasting caps, firing wires and black powder.

Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido, chief of the Albuera police, said they were able to secure a search warrant on Espinosa’s ancestral home after receiving positive information that kilograms of shabu are being stored in the compound.

Espenido said the information came from Espinosa’s men who were arrested in past police operations.

He said that they will conduct more raids in the mayor’s houses in Leyte as soon as they get search warrants.

He added that they have fresh information from one of the arrested men of Espinosa that several firearms are stored in one of the houses.

Surrendered to Bato

Espinosa surrendered to Philippine Natioal Police chief Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa last week and was allowed to stay for several days at the top cop’s residence in Camp Crame, the White House.

While in Manila, policemen killed six alleged men of Espinosa in Albuera. The gunmen were killed in a shootout outside the residences of the mayor in Barangay Benolho.

Dela Rosa kicked out Espinosa from his official residence after the mayor’s suspected drug lord son, Kerwin, failed to meet the deadline for him to surrender.

At present, Mayor Espinosa remains confined in a hospital in Cebu.

Police have yet to say if charges will be filed against the mayor for the seizure of drugs and explosives ingredients in his home.

But on Aug. 4, the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group 8 filed complaints with the Office of the Prov. Prosecutor Ma. Arlene Cordovez against the Espinosas for violation of Section 5 (Trading), Article II of RA 9165, Section 28 of RA 10591 and RA 9516 for illegal possesion of firearms, ammunition and explosives. Katrina Son and Paul Libres/ALG/RSJ, GMA News






#Duterte #WarOnDrugs #ChangeIsHerepnp espinosa bato

Marcos’ military record full of lies, says NHCP

FERDINAND Marcos lied about receiving three military medals and was never recognized as the leader of his supposed guerrilla unit, Ang Mga Maharlika, among other things, according to the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).

For this alone, the NHCP said the late dictator should not be buried at Libingan ng mga Bayani.

“A doubtful record also does not serve as a sound, unassailable basis of historical recognition of any sort, let alone burial in a site intended as its name suggests for heroes,” the NHCP said in its study, “Why Ferdinand E. Marcos should not be buried at Libingan ng mga Bayani” that was released on July 12.

The commission said the 17-page study, based on archived documents and official websites of pertinent US government agencies, among others sources, was undertaken as “part of its mandate to conduct and disseminate historical research and resolve historical controversies.”

According to the NHCP, Marcos’ military record is “fraught with myths, factual inconsistencies and lies.”

For instance, it said that while Marcos claimed to have received three “major” US medals―the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star and the Order of the Purple Heart―several writers and historians had put this into question.

The NHCP said John Sharkey, assistant foreign editor of The Washington Post, for example, wrote in 1983 that an “18-month effort to verify Marcos’ claims to high American decorations raises serious doubts about whether he actually was awarded them.”

It said a Filipino war historian, University of the Philippines professor Ricardo Jose, also argued that it was “simply not possible for one man to have caused the delay of the fall of Bataan by three months.”

“The rule in history is that when a claim is disproven, it is simply dismissed,” the NHCP said.

According to the commission, the “nonrecognition” of Ang Mga Maharlika was also reiterated by Major R. G. Langham.

It said that in a memorandum dated May 31, 1945, Langham said the unit “with a strength of six officers and 18 enlisted men,” was “not recommended for recognition because of the limited military value of their duties.”

The NHCP said the nonrecognition of Ang Mga Maharlika also appeared in the memorandum of Lt. Kenneth Neubauer to Capt. J. O. Keider on Sept. 18, 1947.

“US officials (also) did not recognize Mr. Marcos’ rank promotion from major in 1944 to Lt. Col. by 1947,” the NHCP said.

It added that Marcos’ actions such as his command over the Alias Intelligence Unit, his commissioning of officers and his listing of his name in several units, among others, were also “called into question by upper echelons of the US military.”

“When a historical matter is under question or grave doubt, the matter may not be established or taken as fact,” the commission said.

“For these reasons, the NHCP opposes the plan to bury Mr. Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani,” it added.

By: Kristine Felisse Mangunay  August 10, 2016


#NoTo Marcosfm no vacancy