Sunday, November 30, 2014

250 Farmers Held Rally at Aquino Residence

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250 farmers carry out a lightning rally right in front of the house of President Benigno Aquino III (NOynoy) in Times St., Quezon City asking for his ouster because of his incompetent leadership. It turned ugly when police tried to disperse them, Twelve policemen were injured.

Senior Superintendent Joel D. Pagdilao, Quezon City Police District (QCPD) director said that the injured cops were, Senior Police Officer 1 Reyes, Police Officer 2 Pedrozo, and Police Officers 1 Ryan Paul Ocampo Tifles, Coco, Marquez, Madarang, Japaneses, Esteban, Bitumen, Lagundi, Negrito, and Ng. They were treated after they suffered different kinds of injuries.

The rally happened at around 9:20 a.m. Saturday November 29, 2014 in front of 25 Times St., Barangay West Triangle, Quezon City. He said that approximately 250 farmers from the Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) headed by its secretary general, Antonio Flores, stormed the area to hold a protest action there.

Even without a permit, the protestors were allowed by Supt. Pedro Sanchez, the station commander of QCPD Police Station 2 (PS-2) in Masambong, to go on with their program. Things get out of hand when protesters tried to paint the gate red, police tried to stop them and violence broke out. Police arrested Antonio Flores he was taken to the
QCPD headquarters in Camp Karingal. He will be charged with serious physical injury, direct assault against an agent of a person in authority, and illegal assembly are being readied against the militant leader.


Thursday, November 20, 2014

Hong Kong Media blacklisted in Philippines for Questioning Aquino at Apec summit

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9 Hong Kong journalists have been blacklisted from entering the Philippines to cover next year's Apec summit after they asked the country’s president questions at last year's meeting about the Manila bus tragedy.

The news emerged after Now TV cameraman Eric Lee Kwok-keung – one of the journalists who covered the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) summit last year in Bali – was denied entry to the Philippines on Thursday and was forced to return to Hong Kong.

A letter, provided by the airline Lee travelled with, indicated that a total of six reporters from Now TV, two from Commercial Radio and another from RTHK had been placed on a “Black List”.

The order issued by the immigration department reads:

“Acting on the 29 May this year. Letter of Ager P. Ontog, Jr., Director General, National Intelligence Coordinating Agency, Office of the President, requesting that the above-named subjects be prevented from entering the country to cover the APEC Summit next year for heckling of President Benigno S. Aquino III during the latter’s visit to Bali, Indonesia during the October last year CEO Summit.

Thus, we hereby include the above-named subjects in the Bureau’s Black List with remarks: ‘Undesirability’.”

In October last year, the reporters from the three media outlets were hauled away and had their media passes confiscated after they fired questions at Aquino as he walked past a non-restricted area of the Bali International Convention Centre.

The reporters asked the president if he intended to meet Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, and if he would apologise to family members of victims who died in the hostage crisis.

Aquino did not reply to the questions.


Monday, November 17, 2014

C5 Flyover Accident 3 Nurses Dead 4 Injured

MANILA, Philippines - A speeding car crashed into an Asian utility vehicle (AUV) in Pasig City, Monday morning that killed three nurses and injured four people. According to a news report, the nurses Lyn Pascua, Rose Ann Ocuendo and Janine Ray Manzanida passed away after the AUV they were riding got hit by a speeding car that was driven by Luis Asistio III on the southbound lane of the C-5 flyover in Pasig City at around 2:30 a.m.

Those who were injured are the AUV driver Ryan Lester Yadao, car driver Luis Asistio III, passengers Jacklyn Mae Terado and Bubbles Lapuos. Investigators said that the car driven by Asistio plowed through the plant box on the center isle of the highway before going over the opposite lane and hit the AUV.


Saturday, November 8, 2014

Two Students Abducted and Gang-Raped in a Van, Transgender abducted sexually Assaulted

It seems that the crime are all done by a single perpetrators since the modus are all the same. A student, 21 years of age was snatched against her will by four men on a van along EDSA-Magallanes, Makait and she was gang-raped by the suspects inside the van.

The victim said, on her way home from school at around 6:30 p.m. on September 30 when she noticed a van following her. The van went beside her, then the men inside the van grabbed her and forced her inside the vehicle. There were four men inside the van, which includes the driver, she said. She also said that one of the suspect covered her nose with a handkerchief soaked in a chemical which cause her to lose consciousness. Then she woke up 3 a.m. the next day in a grassy area in Malolos, Bulacan naked and her body was aching.

Another case happened last November 3, 2014, when a 14-year-old girl who was on her way to school was abducted and raped by men on board a van along Kalayaan Avenue in Makati. She was able to escape when the van stopped for gas.

A 19 years old transgender fashion student was also abducted and sexually abused by three men who are also on-board a heavily tinted van. They abducted her in broad daylight at the Magallanes Interchange near Edsa and sexually abused her, it happened September 4 last year. She revealed this after hearing the news about the girls being abducted and raped. She said she reported the crime to the police but nothing happened.

She said that it happened around 10 a.m., she was walking under the Magallanes Interchange on her way to the jeepney terminal. Suddenly a dark-colored van with the three men on board almost hit her. Then she was pulled inside the van. She said there were people around but no one helped her. The suspects sexually molested her there while the van was moving. They removed her underwear and found out that she was a he, not a she. One of the suspect got angry and hit her in the face. The suspect ordered her to do oral sex on them, then after they were done she was kicked out of the van on a grassy road in Laguna.


Sunday, November 2, 2014

Former Pres Gloria Arroyo’s Toddler Grandson dies

Manila, Philippines – The 13 month-old grandson of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo died at a specialty hospital in Quezon City yesterday. The hospital is is just three kilometres away from the Veterans Memorial Medical Center where she is being currently held under hospital detention.

GMA's legal adviser Atty. Larry Gadon said that the baby Jorge Alonzo Arroyo Bernas passed away at the Philippine Heart Center on East Avenue Quezon City at about 9:30 am yesterday. His parents Luigi Bernas and Luli Arroyo-Bernas rushed the baby to the hospital. Jugo succumbed to a congenital heart disease.