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Police corruption Suspension on war on drugs

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Posted 04 February 2017 - 03:48 PM

Dapat binibitay ang mga police na sangkot sa Drugs.



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 10:44 AM

I wonder whether the same modus operandi  will be done in cleansing ranks of the PNP as what was done the cleansing of drug addicts, pushers and dealers in Operation Tokhang.

 

Will we see bodies in police uniform wrapped in masking tape with a carton sign around the neck saying "police scalawag ako, wag pamarisan"?

puede...

pero sa ngayon, yung mga matitinong pulis ang pinapatay at ini-intimidate ng narco cops (protected by narco generals and their naco-politician bosses), pero di makaganti yung mga sumusunod sa batas dahil kelangan ng "due process" at "human rights" yung mga rouge cops.



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 11:23 AM

This is what i have been saying a long time and nobody seems to believe....

 

the corrupt police wont change just because there is a new president. 

the worse thing that the new president could do is give them more power.

 

now what, the drug war is being used to abuse more people..... how many people have been victimized by the police using the anti-drug war as their excuse for impugnity?  

 

when will we learn that the only way to win criminality is not by empowering the law enforcers but fixing the judicial system. 

the rule of law must prevail and nobody should put the law in his hands. 

 

How can a President fix the judicial system if the SC don't have their own initiative to do a major overhaul.  Baka sabihin naman trespassing si PDU30at nakikialam sa judicial branch at sabihing prelude ito sa Martial Law.



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 11:40 AM

 

How can a President fix the judicial system if the SC don't have their own initiative to do a major overhaul.  Baka sabihin naman trespassing si PDU30at nakikialam sa judicial branch at sabihing prelude ito sa Martial Law.

 

 

una, ask congress for additional courts. courts are created by law. additional courts means declogging of cases. courts with lesser cases will be more efficient in dispensing justice. 

second, add Prosecutors and Public Attorneys to make sure that they are not overworked. pay them properly to avoid corruption. 

third, be strict on the PNP and other law enforcers. do not give them any chance to abuse power. more CCTVs in police stations, mobile cars, body cameras for cops, etc. 

 

these are all within the power of the president. 



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 12:00 PM

 

 

una, ask congress for additional courts. courts are created by law. additional courts means declogging of cases. courts with lesser cases will be more efficient in dispensing justice. 

second, add Prosecutors and Public Attorneys to make sure that they are not overworked. pay them properly to avoid corruption. 

third, be strict on the PNP and other law enforcers. do not give them any chance to abuse power. more CCTVs in police stations, mobile cars, body cameras for cops, etc. 

 

these are all within the power of the president. 

 

Good points.  On the 1st one can the SCJs ask the congress  for additional courts?  At least on their side they can specifically identify the number of courts needed per region.

On the other hand it also need to  solve the corrupt people in the judicial branch. Para din naman PNP yan or any other govt. agencies, maraqmi na ring rotten eggs within.



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 12:11 PM

 

Good points.  On the 1st one can the SCJs ask the congress  for additional courts?  At least on their side they can specifically identify the number of courts needed per region.

On the other hand it also need to  solve the corrupt people in the judicial branch. Para din naman PNP yan or any other govt. agencies, maraqmi na ring rotten eggs within.

 

 

the SC's authority is only administrative to court personnel. in fact, it is one of the most strict when it comes to judges and members of the judiciary.... are you aware that judges can be removed just because they were seen in a night club? there are even those removed for infidelity to spouses.... there are judges who are removed also for gross ignorance of the law (bad decisions)....

 

as to number of courts, the SC is merely recommendatory... the congressmen decide how many are needed in their respective jurisdiction.



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 03:35 PM

Yup body cameras when doing operations.

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Posted 06 February 2017 - 04:12 PM

 

 

the SC's authority is only administrative to court personnel. in fact, it is one of the most strict when it comes to judges and members of the judiciary.... are you aware that judges can be removed just because they were seen in a night club? there are even those removed for infidelity to spouses.... there are judges who are removed also for gross ignorance of the law (bad decisions)....

 

as to number of courts, the SC is merely recommendatory... the congressmen decide how many are needed in their respective jurisdiction.

 

Yes I do aware that they are strict implementing the rules if CAUGHT.  Pero marami pa ring judges na corrupt na mahirap i prove in court simply because they know the law very well.



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Posted 06 February 2017 - 09:14 PM

Iyong mga sumuko, sila iyong nasa tokhang hulidap list at death list.

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Posted 07 February 2017 - 06:00 AM

 

Yes I do aware that they are strict implementing the rules if CAUGHT.  Pero marami pa ring judges na corrupt na mahirap i prove in court simply because they know the law very well.

 

lahat naman.. even corrupt cops and politicians, should be punished if CAUGHT.

mahirap naman mag punish ng hindi nahuhuli..... 

 

 

admin cases in SC are not very stringent in rules and technicalities.



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Posted 07 February 2017 - 08:51 AM

 

 there are even those removed for infidelity to spouses...

 

Best example was Noli Eala

Which means De Lima will suffer the same consequence


Edited by daphne loves derby, 07 February 2017 - 08:51 AM.


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Posted 07 February 2017 - 11:19 AM

 

Best example was Noli Eala

Which means De Lima will suffer the same consequence

 

 

digong din dapat



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Posted 07 February 2017 - 04:05 PM

 

Best example was Noli Eala

Which means De Lima will suffer the same consequence

 

 

digong din dapat

 

Ops, easy lang mga sir. Tandaan, ang case ni Eala ay "scandalous" kasi Eala was a married man who had an affair with a married woman. Si De5 at Du30 ay technically single dahil annulled yung marriage nila, so di applicable ang Eala case sa kanila. Wag natin basagin trip ng mga single lawyers Pilipinas.  :lol:



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Posted 08 February 2017 - 05:37 AM

 

 

Ops, easy lang mga sir. Tandaan, ang case ni Eala ay "scandalous" kasi Eala was a married man who had an affair with a married woman. Si De5 at Du30 ay technically single dahil annulled yung marriage nila, so di applicable ang Eala case sa kanila. Wag natin basagin trip ng mga single lawyers Pilipinas.  :lol:

 

 

i was referring to Digong's philandering when he was still married. 

LOL



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Posted 17 February 2017 - 12:34 AM

Very valid points, to say the least. Well yeah.. so how should we start to clean the police? 

 

Pero pulis at gobyerno nga lang ba kailangang linisin? 

 

I earnestly believe that we need something way more radical than internal cleansing. Why call for internal cleansing kung puro bugok din pala ang maglilinis sa kanila? Wala ring mangyayari (yes, pakisearch nalang yung Pangalan ni Chiquito Malayo HAHAHAHA) 

 

But yeah, as citizens of this country, we have to soldier on with the calls for a clean government. 



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Posted 07 March 2017 - 08:06 PM

Ops, easy lang mga sir. Tandaan, ang case ni Eala ay "scandalous" kasi Eala was a married man who had an affair with a married woman. Si De5 at Du30 ay technically single dahil annulled yung marriage nila, so di applicable ang Eala case sa kanila. Wag natin basagin trip ng mga single lawyers Pilipinas.  :lol:

 

I agree to this. 

 

Pero sa kase kasi ni De5, pumatol sya sa isang lalaking kasal pa. Not sure lang if single si Honeylet nung time na naging sila ni PDutz. 



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 12:17 PM

i just hope that they are really guilty.

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Posted 31 July 2017 - 02:09 PM

Kudos to Pnp and Gov't kung talagang druglord ng mga ito... sana walang madamay na inosente



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 04:42 PM

Malaking vacuum sa supply ang nasamsam  nila sa Valenzuela City.



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 04:58 PM

Jovie Espenido, the chief of police of Albuera, Leyte when Mayor Espinosa was arrested, is also the chief of police of Ozamiz City. He is the Ethan Hunt of the PNP. He is the real deal. Salute!

 

Sana meron din ganyan sa Luzon/NCR






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