Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Kidnap For Ransom Members Dead in a Shootout

crimes, Philippines, Kidnap for ransom gang

crimes, Philippines, Kidnap for ransom gang

crimes, Philippines, Kidnap for ransom gang


Police was able to block the vehicle of kidnappers at the tollgate in Southwoods, Biñan City and there were an exchange of gunfire. Three of the kidnap gang members are dead. Included in those kidnap gang members killed are two Indian national. The victim was also an Indian national who was rescued.

The 3 KFR suspects who asked for P20M ransom now dead after PNP-AKG rescues lending businessman in Southwoods Biñan Laguna.






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32 Dead in a Bigtime Drug Operation in Bulacan in 24 hours

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crime, Philippines, drug war



In a span of 24 hours 32 drug suspects dropped dead and 107 were arrested in Bulacan during a police’s anti-drug operations.

Grenades, illegal drugs, firearms and ammunition were recovered from “simultaneous one-time, big-time operation” by the Bulacan police from 12 midnight of August 15 to 12 midnight of August 16, the Bulacan provincial police office said in a statement on Wednesday.

The latest number of killed suspects was the result of the Bulacan Philippine National Police’s continuing effort to cleanse the province of illegal drugs.

According to Senior Superintendent Romeo Caramat Jr., police provincial director in Bulacan, said that 67 simultaneous police operations were conducted by 24 police stations in Bulacan including the Bulacan Provincial Intelligence Branch (PIB) and Provincial Public Safety Company (PPSC) “in an effort to continue with the relentless drive against illegal drugs, loose firearms and implementation of search warrant in the Province of Bulacan.”

Data from Bulacan police said that a total of 367 pieces of heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets of suspected shabu approximately weighing 234.4292 grams; 765 grams of marijuana leaves; 2 grenades; 34 assorted firearms; 114 pieces of ammunition were recovered during 49 buy-bust operations, serving of 14 search warrants and three checkpoint operations.

The operations took place in Angat, Balagtas, Baliwag, Bocaue, Bustos, Calumpit, Guiguinto, Hagonoy, and Malolos.

Monday, August 7, 2017

PNoy Appointed Comelec Chair Accused by Wife of Having 1 Billion Pesos Unexplained Wealth

Andres ‘Andy’ Bautista

Former President Benigno Aquino III appointed chairman of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) is being accused of amassing ill-gotten wealth by his own wife. In a press conference earlier today, Patricia Bautista, the wife of Commission on Elections (Comelec) chairman Andres ‘Andy’ Bautista told reporters that she had signed an affidavit accusing her husband of accumulating at least PHP1 billion (USD20 million) in “unexplained wealth.”

“I understand that since Andy holds the position of Comelec chair, he is liable to be impeached should there exist valid and sufficient grounds to hold him in trial for an impeachable offense under Sec. 2, Article XI of the 1987 Philippine Constitution,” Patricia Bautista said in the affidavit.

In the report by the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Patricia said her husband who was also a former chairman of the agency tasked with recovering the ill-gotten wealth of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos had wealth of his own hidden in overseas bank accounts as well as real estate investments in the Philippines and abroad.

The affidavit lists the following properties as assets not included in the chairman’s statement of assets, liabilities and net worth:

• Thirty-five Luzon Development Bank (LDB) passbooks with a total balance of PHP329,220,962 (approx. USD6.5 million)
• A Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC) dollar account amounting to USD12,778.30 (PHP641,000)
• An RCBC peso account with PHP257,931.60 (USD5,518)
• An HSBC account with HKD948,358.97 (PHP6.10 million)
• A condominium unit in One Bonifacio High Street at Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig City
• A condo unit in The District in San Francisco, California

Patricia, who said she had been wanting to separate from her husband since 2013, wanted to “make a distinction between the ‘clean’ and ‘dirty’ money that forms part of our conjugal property.” She said she could not, however, make the distinction herself because her husband controls “most of if not all” of their finances.

In addition to the bank accounts and real estate, Patricia said her husband also has business interests in foreign companies.
Companies named in the affidavit include:

• Bauman Enterprises Ltd., a company set up in the British Virgin Islands on Sept. 29, 2010; a trustee company set up with Bank of Singapore.
• Mantova International Ltd., founded in Darussalam, Brunei, in 2011.
• Mega Achieve Inc., established in Anguilla, a British territory in 2014.

Prior to submitting an affidavit to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) last August 1, Patricia was able to meet with President Rodrigo Duterte in late July to tell him about the alleged ‘unexplained’ wealth of her husband.

She said she spoke to Duterte out of “fear” of her husband “and his network.” She said she had also filed violence against women and children complaint against her husband for alleged “emotional and economic sabotage.”


Andres Bautista heads the Comelec which has been slam last election for massive fraud.

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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Duterte Sinagot si Noynoy: Gago ka (WATCH)

Duterte drug war, Noynoy Aquino, Oplan Tukhang




President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday answered former President Benigno Aquino III who criticized his drug war with "Sige, pumasok ka sa droga PNoy, ‘pag hindi kita pinutulan ng ulo, buang ka. Anong walang nangyari? Gago ka," he said at the 113th founding anniversary of the Bureau of Internal Revenue.

Duterte said that uniformed officials during Aquino's term such as General Vicente Loot had drug links.

"Mga generals mo, ‘yang aide mo, ‘yung aide ni [former Interior Secretary Mar] Roxas puro nasa droga, konektado. Number one diyan ‘yung bata ninyo si General Loot, isa pa ‘yang u– na ‘yan," he said.

Duterte also told reporters after his speech that he had almost achieved in a year what Aquino managed to do in six years.

"Kasi sabi niya, walang nangyari sa campaign. Tingnan naman niya, in all of his six years, he was only able to seize or catch about 3,045 kilos of shabu. Ako, dito ngayon sa akin, just one year, I have already seized about 2,000–nearing 3,000 sa entire six years niya," he said.

Aquino had previously defended his administration's record against drugs, noting that the number of drug users didn't increase during his tenure.

Aquino on Tuesday questioned the Duterte administration's campaign against illegal drugs, and was quoted as saying "parang wala yatang nangyari."

Noynoy Aquino Said Duterte Drug War Ineffective, Malacañang Hit back




Former President Benigno Simeon Aquino III said that current President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war is ineffective. Aquino told reporters on Tuesday that during his term in 2015, statistics showed that there were 1.8 million drug users in the Philippines. At the end of 2016, the number of drug users in the country remained at 1.8 million.

“Parang wala yatang nangyari (It seems like nothing happened),” Aquino said.

Malacañang answered back with facts and figures:

Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said “Comments like the above from past leaders imply a jaded cynicism borne of a history of political opportunism, the results of (President Rodrigo Duterte’s) anti-illegal drug campaign speak for themselves.”

- unprecedented voluntary surrender of more than 1.3 million drug personalities
- 96,703 drug personalities have been arrested in the first year of the Dutertes administration’s war on drugs compared to 77,810 drug personalities arrested in the six years of the Aquino administration.
- 2,445.80 kilos of shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) have been seized in the first year of the present administration’s anti-drug campaign compared to the 3,219.07 kilos of shabu seized in the six years of the previous administration.



Friday, July 14, 2017

Noynoy Aquino to face trial for Mamasapano Trajedy

Former President Benigno Aquino III, noynoy Aquino, nganga Aquino, Mamasapano, Mamasapano massacre

Former President Benigno Aquino III will be in court to face criminal lawsuit over a botched anti-terror raid in Maguindanao province in 2015 that caused the death of 44 police commandos according to the Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales Friday.

Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales ordered Aquino charged with usurpation of authority and violation of the anti-graft and corrupt practices act, the anti-graft body said in a statement.

Also included in the charges were Aquino's former national police chief, Alan Purisima and the former director of the police Special Action Force, Getulio Napeñas.




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Monday, June 26, 2017

Basura Queen Leni Robredo, Namumulot daw ng Basura sa Boston

Basura Queen Leni Robredo, VP Leni, Leni Lugaw



On the Vice President Leni Robredo radio show "BISErbisyong Leni", she said that she and her daughter Aika travel to the United States earlier than plan so that they can attend the FASO even wherein she was the guest of honor and speaker. She also said in Boston, people threw things that cannot be sold, like appliances and other things that can still be use. She said that she and her daughter pick them up so they can use them.

"Alam mo, nakakatuwa doon kasi pinupulot lang namin sa basurahan yung mga gamit. Yung mga hindi nabentang gamit ng iba ay iniiwan lang sa basurahan at doon kami namumulot," Leni said.

Would you really believer her? UNBELIEVABLE!!!!

Etong mga toh napulot mo din ba ate?
Basura Queen Leni Robredo, VP Leni, Leni Lugaw


Basura Queen Leni Robredo, VP Leni, Leni Lugaw



Basura Queen Leni Robredo, VP Leni, Leni Lugaw

Eto pa sigura kapanipaniwalang basurang napulot!

Basura Queen Leni Robredo, VP Leni, Leni Lugaw


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