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Is Chong’s Cheating Expose Relating to Marcos-Robredo Protest Not Enough to Make him a Target?

By: Elena Grace Flores

Senator Panfilo Lacson admits that he is frustrated with the links between former Biliran Rep. Glenn Chong and the killing of his aide, Richard Santillan. The latter was killed in an alleged shootout with policemen in Cainta, Rizal, last December 10. Lacson does not believe that Chong is the real target. Or else, they could just ambush him instead of his staff. The senator candidate, however, affirms that the culprits went after his aide to warn him. There will be a massive protest and chaos since he became popular after he exposes the cheating for the position of vice president between former Senator Bongbong Marcos and the presumptive Vice President, Leni Robredo. z

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[VIDEO]: Senate Hearing of Richard “Red” Santillan Case

Goal of the Senate Hearing

Santillan is the aide of Chong, a former Biliran representative now running for senator. PAO forensics team chief Dr. Erwin Erfe said the body of Richard Santillan, who was a bodyguard of former Biliran Rep. Glenn Chong, sustained 63 wounds in different parts of the body. A resolution directs the committee on public order and dangerous drugs to conduct an investigation in aid of legislation on the brutal killing of Richard Santillan. Its goal is to craft more effective measures to ensure public order and safety during the election period.

PNP: A Shootout, Not a Rubout

Lacson still reiterates that he does not buy the scenario that the police would go after Santillan and not Chong if he was the real target. Meanwhile, Chief Supt. Edward Carranza, PNP-Region IV-commander emphasizes that there was no rubout as Chong claimed. He maintains that Santillan was driving the Fortuner together with members of the Highway Boys Group. They were engaged lawmen in a gunbattle. Although, the evidence proves otherwise.

Stressing on the Lies

Supt. Joseph Arguelles of Police Regional Office 4-A denies the allegations of Chong that Santillan was kidnapped, tortured, and killed. He testifies before the Senate committee on public order and dangerous drugs hearing chaired by Senator Panfilo Lacson that the evidence shows that there was a shootout. He said that Santillan was able to fire shots while outside the vehicle where he eventually died from gunshot wounds. All these statements from the PNP do not match the forensic findings of the PAO. In fact, the dead victim did not have a gun.

More Denials from the PNP

According to Carpio of the PNP insists that the condition of Santillan’s toenail was due to a grazed gunshot wound. He said that the wound correlates with the bullet holes in the vehicle. As for the hematoma on Santillan’s body, he said this was also caused by a gunshot. The slug causes the hematoma before exiting the body, he added. The open wound or abrasion on Santillan’s body was not a sign of torture. It was caused by fragments from the slug, he argued.

Chong’s Protest

Recap and highlights of the lies and claims of the police involved in the crime were not consistent with the evidence. This is the protest of Chong. Richard “Red” Santillan is clean according to the policemen themselves. Dr. Carpio, a medico-legal doctor said that there was no sign that Santillan receives a blow on his head. However, PAO forensics did a thorough examination and discovered a hematoma. Besides, Richard Santillan was found negative on paraffin test. Traces of gun powder nitrates were not found in his body and clothes.

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Arroyo and Bongbong Marcos on Drug War: Crimes are Down by 10 Percent

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The truth on the President’s drug war comes out from the mouth of his allies. Bongbong Marcos and former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo are pro-administration politicians. Despite the claims of his detractors, statistics don’t lie. Crimes are down by 10 percent and that’s the fact. Now, people realize who the real liars are.

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[VIDEO]: Former President and House Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo praises the President.

Awesome Leadership

Awesome leadership and results are the markings of the first year of President Du30, said the former President Arroyo. Sound decisions come from intelligence findings for every critical situation available to the leader only. He is able to focus on the reality of the problem than to the pieces of advice given that are not factual.

Foreign Affairs Alignment

Bongbong Marcos also gives credit to the President who is able to realign foreign affairs policies. He manages to resume the good relationship with China like how it was during the Marcos regime. On top of that, he also opens the doors to Russia while he keeps the United States on the side. Criticisms loom on his strategy but it is effective. Only a good leader can do that, Marcos said.

Real Drug War Data

Illegal drugs are still around. But Du30 is able to bring down the number of crimes by 10 percent. This is in the first 11 months of his administration. The data from the Philippine National Police shows that during the last quarter of 2016, the administration obtains a new quarterly record low in crime since 1989.

Human Rights

Rene Saguisag said that Du30 must respect human rights and dignity. Senator Leila de Lima echoes this. She accuses the president of false new against her. The Social Weather Stations survey on crime victims in January 2017 shows that 4.9 percent of families recently fall victims to any crime. The decrease in crimes comes at a price – the many deaths of alleged criminals.

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Can the PC Accused of Martial Law Abuses Regain the Lost Public Trust of the PNP?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The alleged Martial Law victims accuse the Philippine Constabulary who are noted to have very strict training in imposing the law during Marcos’ time. Now, the president wants the PC to replace the PNP that is now under various investigations on extra-judicial killings and Tokhang for Ransom incidents. Is this a good idea?

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[VIDEO]: Tokhang for Ransom’ Senate hearing.

AIDG Disbanded

Director General Ronald Dela Rosa, chief of the Philippine National Police or PNP, announces the suspension of the war on drugs and the disbandment of the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group or AIDG. This is to give way to a cleansing of the police ranks. The AIDG is implicated in the abduction and murder of South Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo last Oct. 18, 2016.

The Church to Help in Drug Rehabilitation

A drug rehabilitation program dubbed “Sanlakbay sa Pagbabago ng Buhay” is launched in the parishes by the archdiocese’s Restorative Justice Ministry in Manila. This aims to help in the rehabilitation of drug users who surrendered to the police.

Philippine Constabulary to Replace the PNP?

The PNP, a civilian agency, has become undisciplined after it replaced the defunct Philippine Constabulary or PC which is a military organization under the Armed Forces. It is a much more disciplined group than the PNP. Many people are happy over the news that the President wants to revive the PC that has a long history of law enforcement.

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How to Regain Public Trust?

As soon as Bato suspends Oplan Tokhang and disbands the AIDG, the extra-judicial killings also stopped. What does this mean? Others speculate that the police felons cannot blame the campaign anymore for their crimes. The other side also expresses that there’s no more drug war to sabotage. Whatever the case may be, the PNP has lost public trust according to Senator Panfilo Lacson. Is the PC accused of Martial Law abuses during Marcos’ time be a better replacement of the PNP? Perhaps, all pro-Marcos would think so but what about the alleged Martial Law victims?

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Can Duterte apologize to Tinio after Ex-PDEA chief cleared him?

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Former Director of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency or PDEA, Dionisio Santiago cleared Chief Supt. Edgardo Tinio, the former chief of the Quezon City Police District or QCPD, who was accused by President Duterte of coddling illegal drug syndicates – after he personally investigated the General. His background check and various reliable testimonies proved that the accusation was wrong

All his ‘mistahs’ vouched for his integrity or his classmates at the Philippine Military Academy (Class 1985). Their counter checking of Tinio concluded that he is clean from illegal drugs involvement. He was probably implicated when he received the jueteng grease money not knowing that the operator is also involved with illegal drugs trade.

A certain Agcaoili, Tinio’s subordinate, was the one who delivered protection money to Tinio allegedly from jueteng operators in Pampanga province. Again, this is not a direct knowledge as well so, can very well be hearsay.

Santiago was convinced that Duterte’s intelligence team just got pressured and submitted names of high ranking officials supposed to be involved in illegal drugs without thorough verification
He’s a good operator,” Santiago said. “But those tasked to produce the names of police officials should not let politics or other motives get in the way of their work because lives are at stake here,” he added.
Santiago, whom the President supported in his failed bid for a Senate seat in the May 9 elections, said that Tinio had sought an audience with him.

This one lapse of Duterte’s people really did prove that the president could be wrong with his allegations. Aside from Tino, retired Deputy Director Gen. Marcelo Garbo; retired Chief Supt. now Daanbantayan, Cebu Mayor Vicente Loot; Director Joel Pagdilao and Chief Supt. Bernardo Diaz were also accused before conducting counter-checking on the report. This has also discouraged Mayor Tomas Osmena in Cebu who vouched for Garbo’s reputation.


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Why did China Discloses their own Drug Lords to PNP?


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
China’s move to allegedly help President Rodrigo Duterte’s clean up drive against illegal drugs following a tough deadline of three to six months raise questions as to what is China up to this time? They provided the national police with classified information of its own nationals smuggling drugs into the Philippines.

This information was known from Director General Ronald dela Rosa, chief of the Philippine National Police or PNP, when he attended the 36th Association of Southeast Asian Nations Chiefs of Police (ASEANAPOL) meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The talks in Malaysia was even followed up with another meeting this time at Camp Crame when the Chinese government sent some delegates to talk things out.

It was known that most of the illegal drugs in the country are smuggled from China and most of those locally produced are being manufactured by Chinese chemists.

This has fanned President Duterte’s theory that the big-time drug lords are out of the country and the illegal drugs business in the country are operated their trusted lieutenants using modern technology.

Classified information provided by China include Peter Co and Peter Lim’s right profile and other unknown drug lords as Dela Rosa added. So, meaning to say, the publicized cooperation of Peter Lim who was able to talk to Duterte directly was a different Peter Lim? What is China up to this time? The PNP must proceed with extra caution in dealing with them.


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