Sandra Cam exposes Samuel Aguilar as Iloilo/Antique DRUG LORD

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In the Senate investigation on the PCSO and Small Time Lottery, PCSO Director Sandra Cam revealed that PCSO STL franchisee Samuel Aguilar is also the JUETENG kingpin of the area while hiding under STL Identification Cards to avoid arrest for the illegal numbers game which rakes in the bulk of the money while reporting only minuscule amounts for the government-run gambling component.

Cam mentioned that Samuel Aguilar used to work in the New Bilibid Prisons under General Vinarao. Aguilar was able to establish business links with high profile convicted DRUG LORD Peter Co as well as Peter Lim. Cam revealed that Aguilar was the major supplier of Visayas DRUG LORD Melvin “Boyet” Odicta Sr. (killed together with his wife in 2016). Cam stated that Aguilar is the current overall head of operations of the ILLEGAL DRUG TRADE (SHABU) in Antique Province, Iloilo City and North Cotabato. Aguilar is also supposedly close to former Iloilo City Mayor Jed Mabilog (a cousin of Senator Franklin Drilon). Mabilog was named by President Rody Duterte as the DRUG LORD protector of Iloilo City. He has since been removed from office and fled to the United States for medical reasons and has not returned to face prosecution.

As an STL franchisee, Aguilar used to frequent the office of PCSO General Manager Alexander Balutan (the main opponent of Sandra Cam in the PCSO).

Napoles – PHP 5 Million to Drilon in 2010

‘Probe Drilon for getting money from Napoles’


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Malacañang on Monday said Senate Minority Franklin Drilon should be investigated following the revelation of alleged “pork barrel scam” mastermind Janet Lim Napoles that the lawmaker received millions of pesos in campaign donations during the 2010 elections.

Palace spokesman Harry Roque Jr. was reacting to Napoles’s statements, made during an interview with broadcaster Erwin Tulfo, aired live over government-run dzRB radio station on Monday.

In a text message, Roque said Drilon was not exempted from investigation over allegations of corruption.

“Leave it to DoJ (Department of Justice) but there should be an investigation,” Roque said when asked about Napoles’ allegations against Drilon, a stalwart of the erstwhile ruling Liberal Party.

“Yes, si Sen. Frank Drilon (It’s Sen. Frank Drilon),” she added, when asked to confirm if she was referring to the opposition senator.

Drilon has yet to comment on Napoles’ allegations.

Earlier, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre 2nd floated the possibility of turning Napoles into a state witness in a new inquiry into the P10-billion priority development assistance fund anomaly.


President Rodrigo Duterte had said Napoles was just a “minimal player” in the pork barrel scam.

Napoles was offered to turn state witness after she was acquitted by the Court of Appeals in the serious illegal detention case filed against her by her second cousin, pork barrel whistle-blower Benhur Luy.

She, however, remains detained as she is still facing plunder charges before the Sandiganbayan, along with her co-accused former senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada and Ramon Revilla Jr.

“Let the process of accountability begin!” the Palace official added.

During the intervview, Napoles claimed that she gave money to Drilon for the 2010 polls.

“Kilala niya po ako at sa katunayan po nagbigay po ako ng donations nu’ng election, nu’ng tumakbo po siya nu’ng 2010 elections. P5 million po (He knows me and in fact I gave him donations during the elections, when he ran during the 2010 elections. It’s P5 million),” Napoles said.

#Napoles #PorkBarrelFundScam #DAP #PDAF


Ex P-Noy: Liberal Party BABANGON daw muli

Umamin din ang Partido Liberal (a.k.a. DILAWAN) na malaking paghina ang inabot ng dating HIGANTENG samahan nuong panahon ni Pangulong Noynoy Aquino.  Batid naman ng marami na ang mga pulitikong Filipino ay mga BALIMBING (ibig sabihin ay mabilis bumabaklas sa dating nasa poder at lilipat naman sa papasok na pamahalaan). Sapagat wala pa naman tayong nakikitang pagalis ng mga TRAPO (TRAditional POlitician) sa PDP-Laban Koalisyon ng Duterte Administration, tila ang gustong sabihin ni P-Noy ay nakakakuha sila ng mga bagong kasapi mula sa hanay ng mga propesyonal at ng pangkaraniwang mamamayang hindi dating aktibo sa pulitika. Mariin nilang sinasabi na ang Liberal Party ay magiging PUGAD ng mga taong galit sa Pamahalaang Duterte. Sa kabila ng mataas na pagtingin at pagtiwala (trust rating) ng higit na nakararaming taumbayan para kay Tatay Digong, ibig sabihin lang nito na magpapatuloy ang Partido Liberal sa pagbatikos upang MAPABAGSAK ang nasabing tiwala at/o ang mismong Duterte Administration.


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Liberal Party to ‘rise again soon’ – ex-Pres. Aquino

January 20, 2018 GMA News Online

On the 72nd founding anniversary of the Liberal Party (LP), former President Benigno Aquino III predicted that the former ruling party would soon rise again.

“Maski na matagal-tagal na tayong binubugbog, mukhang malapit na ho tayong buumangon at pabugbog muna. Mas maliwanag ‘yung bukas dahil nandito kayong lahat,” Aquino had said during the Friday evening celebrations.

GMA 7 news program “24 Oras Weekend” reported that Vice President Leni Robredo was also at the event, during which she urged party mates not to lose hope.

“Maraming nagsasabi na saan ba tayo patutungo? Marami ‘yung nagsasabi binabali tayo ng kadiliman pero sana po huwag tayong mawalan ng pagasa,” said Robredo.

In a statement, Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat Jr. said that 500 new LP members took their oaths Friday night in simultaneous ceremonies in Manila, Cebu, and Naga.

“These are all card-bearing, committed, non-politician Liberals,” said Baguilat, who led the oath-taking in Naga.

“Many of them applied through the party’s newly launched online recruitment platform. They are a mix of professionals, from various sectoral groups, millennials, seniors, etc. who are fed up with this administration’s abuse of power, and who are looking for a space to come together and resist,” he added.

Senator Francis Pangilinan, meanwhile, led the LP celebrations in Cebu City.

“Habang ang ilang kasamahan o kababayan natin, mga pulitiko at iba pang mga grupo ay paalis at lumilisan at iniiwan ang Partido Liberal, hindi totoong tayo ay mawawala,” said Pangilinan.

“Tayo sa Liberal Party, we have been through hell and back. And we in the Liberal Party, to borrow and paraphrase the words from the poet Dylan Thomas: ‘We will not go quietly into this dark night,’” he added.

Since the party was founded in 1946 by former President Manuel Roxas, three Philippine presidents  came from the LP. — DVM, GMA News


Mayon: Massive ASH, Alert Level 4

Mayon spews giant ash column


 January 22, 2018 

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MANILA – (UPDATE) The Mayon Volcano shot what appeared to be a huge ash column on Monday, the second in over a week and as authorities braced for a possible “hazardous eruption.”

Some 27,000 people have been evacuated around the volcano that is renowned for its perfect cone.

The alert level was raised to level 4, one notch below the highest warning. This indicates a “vulcanian eruption” is ongoing.

Alert level 3 was raised over the volcano on Jan. 14. It is the third highest in a five-step warning system.

Mayon draws thousands of tourists, even during minor eruptions, rises 2,460 metres (8,070 feet) above a largely agricultural region some 330 kilometres southwest of Manila.

It is considered the nation’s most active volcano.

Steam-driven eruptions and rockfalls began earlier this month, and the crater began glowing soon after, in what Phivolcs said was a sign of the growth of a new lava dome.

Dapat na bang MAGBITIW si DFA Secretary Cayetano dahil sa PALPAK na pamumuno, 1 MILYONG passport backlog

Kawawa naman ang mamamayang Pilipino sa pagpapahirap dala ng pagkuha ng PASAPORTE. Nabibinbin tuloy ang pagalis ng ating mga kababayang gustong maging OFW. Batid ng lahat na malaki ang kakulangan ng trabaho sa Pilipinas kaya marami ang nakikipagsapalaran sa ibang bansa. Panahon na ba para hingin natin ang PAGBIBITIW ni dating senador Alan Peter Cayetano o iintayin pa nating SIBAKIN siya ni Pangulong Duterte. May hanganan din ang pagtitiis na kaya ng mamamayang Pilipino.

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DFA explains passport appointment backlog


DFA opens more slots for passport application

 (The Philippine Star) 

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will increase passport application slots and boost its capacity in the coming months to address the huge backlog.

In a press conference in Pasay City yesterday, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano also denied that a syndicate involving some DFA personnel and travel agencies is behind an “extortion” operation, referring to the P5,000 fee collected from applicants who want to get a passport appointment at an earlier date.

He said the DFA has removed since last year the reserved slots allotted for travel agencies. It was during that time, he added, that the selling of appointment slots was possible because the travel agencies were allotted 1,200 slots a day.

“We’re not saying it’s impossible that there are fixers who claim (now) that they have slots. Anybody can say anything. What I’m saying is they (travel agencies) have no reserved slots, so they can’t sell anything to you,” Cayetano explained.

The DFA also designated special lanes for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), pregnant women, people with disability, children below seven years old and solo parents who are applying for passports.

“The key is to increase the capacity. If we have increased capacity there’ll be no problem,” the secretary said, noting that the agency is facing a backlog of 400,000 to one million passports.

Cayetano led yesterday the launching of the new Philippine passport with 10-year validity at the DFA-Office of Consular Affairs in Parañaque City.

President Duterte signed in August last year the law extending the Philippine passport validity to 10 years, doubling its previous lifespan of only five years. However, applicants aged 18 years and below will continue to be issued the five-year passports.

DILG Usec Diño to barangay execs: Submit drug list or face ax

Submit a list of drug pushers in your area or face ax.

By: Julliane Love De Jesus– Reporter / @JLDejesusINQ January 09, 2018

This was newly-appointed Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) undersecretary Martin Diño’s new directive to barangay (village) officials as he vowed to step up their involvement in the government’s massive campaign against illegal drugs.

“I will make sure that all the barangays all over the Philippines will be fighting against illegal drugs,” Diño said in an ambush interview on Tuesday.

Diño was present at the turnover ceremony of the now Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) chairman Catalino Cuy to the newly-minted DILG officer in charge Eduardo Año at the DILG National Police Commission (Napolcom) in Quezon City.

“I will ask all the barangays to submit a list of suspected drug pushers, suspected criminals in their respective barangays. This time, may sanction kapag hindi nakapagsubmit (if they don’t submit),” Diño said.

He said he will consult his legal team about the sanctions the DILG could impose against non-compliant barangay officials.

President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday appointed the former Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Chairman four months after he was replaced by appointed lawyer Wilma Eisma as both SBMA chairman and administrator. /je



Dengvaxia Vaccine Deaths


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The Department of Health has recently informed manufacturer Sanofi of its plan to return about a BILLION pesos worth of the UNUSED vaccine doses (a total of PHP 3 BILLION worth was purchased by the Philippine government). The National Bureau of Investigation and the Public Attorney’s Office are conducting exhumations and autopsies of previously vaccinated children who may have died of DENGUE LIKE symptoms (usually bleeding in the intestines, brain, heart and lungs) in an effort to prove that the vaccine, indeed, caused the deaths (directly or through the exacerbation of what was supposed to be a lesser gravity of the clinical course).

At least 7 autopsies have been done on the current total of 14 suspected deaths. The public has already been informed to report other possible cases so that the proper examinations and verification can be performed.



Death of 5 children linked to Dengvaxia

By: Maricar Cinco- Correspondent / @maricarcincoINQ
Philippine Daily Inquirer January 11, 2018
SAN PEDRO CITY — Officials in Cavite and Laguna provinces are monitoring the health of thousands of schoolchildren who have been inoculated with Dengvaxia after forensic experts from the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) reported having found a “link” between the deaths of five children and the controversial dengue vaccine.

Dr. Erwin Erfe, director of the PAO Forensic Laboratory, said on Wednesday that the latest to be subjected to forensic examination was the body of a 13-year-old boy who died in Bulacan province on Jan. 3.

The forensic examination was conducted in Sampaloc, Manila, on Wednesday morning with consent from the boy’s parents, he said.

“[W]e found massive bleeding in the brain. There’s a lot of blood in the scalp, [in] the heart, lungs and in the stomach,” Erfe said in a phone interview.

Earlier, Erfe said the examiners had observed a pattern in the death of five children who had been inoculated with Dengvaxia.

The PAO on Tuesday examined the body of an 11-year-old boy from Bataan province. Erfe said the boy died “within 12 hours” of developing headache and fever.

Among the bodies examined by the PAO experts were those of Zandro Colite, 11, from Cavite, and Lenard Baldonado, 10, from San Pablo City in Laguna.

Baldonado’s body was exhumed and subjected to forensic examination on Jan. 7 in San Pablo.

The PAO experts also found bleeding in the lungs and enlarged organs in Baldonado’s case.

Dr. Nelson Soriano, the provincial epidemiologist of Cavite, said Colite’s death certificate indicated that he died from ruptured appendix last Dec. 27.

P3.5-B immunization program

Soriano confirmed that Colite was among the schoolchildren inoculated with Dengvaxia  under a Department of Health (DOH) P3.5-billion immunization program that had been run with the Department of Education.

The DOH halted the immunization drive last Dec. 1, three days after Sanofi Pasteur, the French pharmaceutical company that developed Dengvaxia, announced that the vaccine worsened symptoms in vaccinated people who had no previous exposure to the dengue virus.

More than 830,000 schoolchildren had already received at least one dose of Dengvaxia before the DOH stopped the immunization program.

In Cavite, records from the provincial health office showed that 68,366 schoolchildren had received the first dose of Dengvaxia, while 37,966 had received the second dose and 36,860 had completed the three doses.

Soriano said the health of the children was being monitored. So far, he said, Colite’s case was the only one in the province linked to the controversial vaccine.

In Laguna, thousands of schoolchildren aged 8 to 14 also received the vaccine between 2016 and 2017.

Dr. Rene Bagamasbad, the Laguna provincial health officer, said many more received the vaccine at private hospitals, Baldonado most likely among them because his name did not appear in the records of the government’s immunization program.

Aside from Baldonado’s case, Bagamasbad said an 11-year-old boy from Lumban town who received the full dose of Dengvaxia was hospitalized from Dec. 10 to 15, 2017, after showing symptoms of dengue. The child survived.

Enlarged organs

On Tuesday, Erfe said the children who fell ill after receiving Dengvaxia suffered from internal bleeding and enlarged organs and all died six months after they had been inoculated.

Among those examined were 10-year-old Anjielica Pestillos, who died last Dec. 15.

Erfe said the death certificate showed Pestillos died of systemic lupus erythematosus or autoimmune disease.

But initial forensic examination showed she had an enlarged liver, which weighed more than a kilo—not normal for a 10-year-old, Erfe said.

He said the girl also had enlarged kidneys and spleen.

Erfe said the children died soon after they showed symptoms of severe dengue.

Severe dengue

The latest to be examined were 13-year-old Rei Jazzline Alimagno and 11-year-old Alexander Jayme, Erfe said.

Alimagno died of dengue shock on Jan. 3 while Jayme died of septic shock on Jan. 4, he said.

Both children received Dengvaxia six months earlier.

Erfe said both showed symptoms of severe dengue and while their organs were normal in size, they had suffered from bleeding in the brain.

Jayme, he said, had suffered from bleeding not only in the brain but also in the stomach, lungs and liver. Even the boy’s scalp showed traces of blood, he said.

Dengue patients

On Tuesday, PAO chief Persida Rueda-Acosta reported that 21 people, including a 15-year-old pregnant girl, were taken to Philippine Children’s Medical Center in Quezon City with dengue symptoms.

“They all have fever and rashes and they were all inoculated with Dengvaxia,” Acosta said.

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said on Wednesday that the DOH welcomed the PAO investigation, and offered to “extend any help in unveiling the truth.”

“Our panel of independent experts and the Philippine General Hospital have been tasked to monitor adverse events following immunization. We see [the] PAO’s efforts as complementary to our own and we would like to see the results of their probe,” Duque said. —With reports from Tina G. Santos, Tetch Torres-Tupas, and Faye Orellana



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