Wednesday, January 25, 2017

SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel had P20M in Assets

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corrupt police, kidnappers, police criminals, PNP crime, Philippines crimes, SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel

MANILA, Philippines – In the Senate hearing for the probe into the kidnap-slay of a Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo on January 26, 2016 it was exposed that SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel, a non-commissioned police officer accused of kidnapping and killing South Korean businessman Jee had a net worth of over P20 million according to the Philippine National Police (PNP).

When Sen. Grace Poe asked Sta. Isabel how much is his salary he said it was only Php8,000 but his wife is earning big money on their business (Insurance and Western Union payment center and a payment outlet) however, he cannot explain how they got the capital for those businesses.

According to Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) chief Director Roel Obusan, Sta. Isabel reported a net worth of over P20 million in 2014, based on PNP records.

In 2015, he had over P17 million in assets, Obusan said. The PNP has no immediate record of his 2016 net worth.

Sta. Isabel owns at least 5 house and lots, a 4-story commercial building, a 3 lots in Caloocan City. He also owns a Hilux, a Vios, and two motorcycles.

As Senior Police Officer 3 (SP03), Sta. Isabel should have a base monthly pay of P25,394, according to data from the PNP. His annual taxable income is over P350,000.

Jinky, the wife of SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel, insists her husband was just a fall guy in the kidnap-slay of Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo. TV5 SCREENSHOT


Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Another Criminal PNP Officers, 3 Korean golfers also ‘tokhang-for-ransom’ victims

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The ashes of kidnapped South Korean businessman Jee Ick-joo (left) were reportedly
found at Gream Funeral Services, a crematorium owned by a former police officer

Three South Korean tourists who are golfers were a victim of hoodlum Philippine Policemen they robbed and extorted money from them and senior police officer said that they suspected larger racket targeting tourists from these wayward cops.

The announcement fueled fears of police abuse under the cover of President Duterte’s deadly war on crime, after authorities announced last week that policemen murdered a South Korean businessman then extorted money from his wife.

“They came to the Philippines just to play golf but they went through a traumatic experience,” said Chief Supt. Aaron Aquino, a regional police head.

He said the three South Koreans were staying at an upscale gated community in Angeles City, Pampanga province, when policemen barged into their house under the pretext of carrying out an illegal gambling raid last December 30, 2016.

They robbed the Koreans of their computers, jewelry, golf clubs, golf shoes and P10,000, according to Aquino. He said the three South Koreans were then held at a police station for about 8 hours until a friend paid P300,000 for their freedom.

The three victims reported the incident to the South Korean Embassy, which informed the Philippine National Police, Aquino said.

This led to an investigation that found seven policemen were involved, according to Aquino, who said the men faced dismissal from service.

However, he said the offending officers would not face criminal charges because that would require the South Koreans, who had left the country, to return to the Philippines.
“They don’t want to come back. They are terrified,” he said.

The crime happened in the same gated subdivision where policemen abducted a South Korean businessman Jee Ick-joo last October. He was abducted in a fake antidrug operation he was strangled to death inside Camp Crame, the PNP national headquarters in Quezon City, but his wife, thinking he was alive, later paid about P5 million in ransom.

PNP Chief Dela Rosa identified the seven policemen as PO3s Arnold Nagayo, Gomerson Evangelista, and Roentjen Domingo; PO2s Richard King and Ruben Rodriguez; and PO1s Jayson Ibe and Mark Joseph Pineda, all assigned to Angeles City police station.

New Modus: Fake LTO Victimizing Motorist

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Fake LTO, fake police, Philippines

There are criminals in the street of Metro Manila who are pretending to be officers from Land Transportation Office (LTO) and they are victimizing motorist. Feliz Marie Galpao posted that she was almost victimized by a fake LTO officer. She narrated that the suspect has been following them along Makati – Magallanes route and they failed to take him seriously because he’s not wearing proper uniform and he's just wearing jacket.

"We were along Makati – Magallanes when this “LTO guy” motioned us to stop. When we opened the window he was already shouting at us. Galit na galit, kanina pa daw nya kami pinapahinto pero “tinatakbuhan” namin sya. Yes, nakita namin sya before BUT we did not realize na pinapara nya kami. We were not paying attention to him since he does not look like an officer at hindi kita ang uniporme. He was wearing a jacket! Hindi talaga namin napansin”. Ms. Galpao narrated.

The fake officer was angry because they failed to stop, Ms. Galpao asked if there's a problem.

“He told us: “Nakita ng supervisor ko na sira ilaw nyo sa likod, pinahabol kayo sakin, kanina pa ko sumisenyas tas tinakbuhan nyo ko!”. Galit na siya at matapang.”

However, when Ms. Galpao asked for mission order and ID, the fake officer cannot show anything to prove that he’s indeed an LTO officer. He just started to rant to his victims and even challenged them to call the President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte.

“Tawagan nyo pa presidente!” and “Taga LTO ako, alam ko mga ganito” etc. Pinipilit nya kami na tinakbuhan namin sya. Nag-sorry kami sa kanya dahil hindi namin talaga sya napansin”.

She also recorded a cellphone video of the suspect who insisted that his victims trying to flee from him, but it has now been set to private.

The victims wanted to avoid more trouble and not escalate the situation surrendered her driver’s license to the suspect, but the fake officer didn’t gave any ticket to them. Luckily, a real Skyway Patrol Officer showed up clarified that the suspect is not their member and only trying to extort money from other people. They also got their license back from the suspect.

Friday, January 6, 2017

LeniLeaks: Sabwatan Nina Loida Lewis, Leah Navarro etc Para Patalsikin si Duterte

Ano ang LeniLeaks?

Ito ay mga private communication ng mga anti-Duterte at anti-Marcos personalities na galing sa Yahoo group "Global Filipino Diaspora Council" na head si Loida Nicolas Lewis.

It was exposed by Sass Rogando Sasot:

Kasama dito sa LeniLeaks ang instructions ng Office of the Vice President of the Philippines Leni Robredo kung papaano ang mga diskarte sa pagatake sa Social Media gaya ng Facebook sa mga kalaban nila tulad ni Pangulong Duterte at Bong bong Marcos. At kung ano ang isasagot kung bakit wala si Leni Robredo nung bagyuhin ang laylayan niya sa Bicol at sa pahayag niyang mabagal ang aksyon ng gobyerno. May mga strategy din dito kung paano siraan ang mga supporters ni Duterte at BBM.

May guide din dito sa paggawa ng MEME na anti Duterte at anti Bong bong Marcos.

LeniLeaks, Leni Lugaw, Leni Robredo
Kaya pala sa isang Filipino Forum (Pinoyexchange) ay mayroon isang mahilig gumawa ng mga MEME na anti-Duterte at anti-BBM bayad pala iyon ni Loida:

LeniLeaks, Leni Lugaw, Leni Robredo

The Yahoo group “Global Filipino Diaspora Council” (GFDC) is headed by the infamous Billionaire Fil-Am New Yorker lobbyist Loida Nicolas-Lewis.

Members include:
    Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) Chairman Imelda “Mely” Nicolas, Loida’s sister 
    CFO Commissioner Jose Molano, Jr.
    Inquirer US Bureau columnist Ted Laguatan 
    ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau correspondent Atty. Gene Alcantara 
    Northern Europe civil society leader Filomenita Mongaya Høgsholm
    Treenee Lopez - Global Filipino Diaspora Council (GFDC), International Nursing Alliance (INA), Global Pinoy Diaspora Canada   (GPDC)
    Dan Songco
    Filomeita Mongaya
    Rowena Sabugo
    Gene Alcantara
    Loline Reed
    Imelda Nicolas
    Pete Silva
    Lora Nicolas Olaes
    Ninotchka Rosca
    Rodel Rodis


Eto ang mga archives ng LeniLeaks, na delete na Yahoo Groups since empty na ang page (

Other communications includes:

Here is Loida's message on Promoting Her Petition to block Teddy Boy Locsin appointment as Philippine envoy to the UN:

LeniLeaks, Leni Lugaw, Leni Robredo

Here is their communication about organizing the November 30 anti-Marcos rally which includes placards to use in the rally:

5878Re: [globalfildiaspora] dan and jojo, noted and all these groups have copies of this exchange of emails among us and them. thanks Mely Re: To Susan/other egroups, here are the email addresses of those in the US that people can contact re rallies Fwd: These are some suggested PLACARDS for the Nov 30 rally

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Trinidad Lopez
Nov 28, 2016
for Vancouver   BC Canada  please check our facebook page event   its public


Treenee Lopez   

Treenee A. Lopez
Global Filipino Diaspora Council (GFDC)
Global Pinoy Diaspora Canada   (GPDC) 
International Nursing Alliance (INA)
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Cell: 604-773-9192
E-mail: treeneelopez@...

On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 9:23 PM, Imelda Nicolas MelyNicolas@... [globalfildiaspora] <> wrote:
​dan and jojo,
notedl and all these groups have copies of this exchange of emails among us
and them...will should strengthen these communication lines
since this is going to be a protracted struggle...and Nov. 30
is not the last of these rallies..only the first among the many
rallies/demonstrations/ initiatives to come...from all over.

On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, Dan Songco <dan.songco@...> wrote:
Mely, can you request the groups abroad if they can photo document their rallies and send them to you so we release them to local media?

On Nov 28, 2016 12:17 PM, "Imelda Nicolas" <melynicolas@...> wrote:
To Susan,

here are the email addresses (pls see above) of those in the US that you can contact
re rallies:

1) for New York - my sister Loida Nicolas Lewis, my niece Lora Nicolas Olaes
and Ninotchka Rosca (see email address of kontralibingNE)

2) for Chicago - Marlon Pecson (memorabul email address)

3) for San Francisco - Rodel Rodis and Ted Laguatan

Most of the above are affiliated with the US Pinoys for Good Governance (USP4GG)
so they might know what other areas in the US are having rallies
esp. on Nov. 30.  I am also sending this email to other networks
so they can inform us about these other areas outside the US.

The other global network is the Global Filipino Diaspora Council
which might know rallies being held outside the US.

Mabuhay! Makibaka, huwag matakot!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: susan quimpo <susanfquimpo@...>
Date: Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 11:52 AM
Subject: Re: These are some suggested PLACARDS for the Nov 30 rally
To: Aware2016 <aware2016@...>, Imelda Nicolas <melynicolas@...>, Imelda Nicolas 2 Emails Corrected 2016 <mely.nicolas@...>, Kasapian < >, Kontralibing Coalition <kontralibing-coalition@google>, Ppvr <>, black and white council <bnw-council@...>

Hi Meldy,
Some Ateneo Alumni groups in the US, specially in the New York area, are asking for contact info in the US cities. They would want to participate in the rallies. Would you have the contact info of organizers I can pass on to them?
Susan Q.

On Mon, 28 Nov 2016 at 9:27 AM Imelda Nicolas <melynicolas@...> wrote:
These are some suggested placards for the Nov 30 rally sent to us  by  friends:

I’m forwarding the placards that are 18 x 24 inches each. Please on click the links below to view and download them.

Please see the suggested email flyer below that can be shared on social media too: