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  1. Join Date
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    #81
    ganyan naman pulis pag alam nila wala laban lalo pa binabaril.. kala mo matatapang papasikat eh pag mga holdaper ng banko na matitindi wala sila magawa kase kayang kaya sila. at sa mindanao kaya makakaganyan sila? naku takot lang nyan mga yan. kung di man sila maparusahan dito eh promoted din sila sa impyerno hehehe

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    #82
    This reinforces the hate for most cops nowadays. Mon Tulfo is famous for writing that the only good muslim is a dead one.. Well, I believe now that the only good cops you see are those that are dead already. If its a cop, youre better o'ff killing it before they kill you first. No exceptions. Here's a thought, move all housing for the PNP along the banks of marikina river.

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    #83
    puwera de los buenos.

    Parang gwaardiya sibil kasi ang kakayahan ng kapulisan pagdating sa totoong barilan.
    May SWAT nga, Sablay Weapons At T^ng* naman.

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    #84
    hope justice may prevail to those who died,especially to the innocent one, hope this tragedy will never ever happen again,at sa mga pulis dapat they should know first if there are civilian,not just giving fire with out thinking that someone may get hurt,dapat sa mga bumaril na yun,i assign sa mindanao especially dun sa abu sayaff infested area at dun nila ipalabas galing nila sa barilan,one thing dapat sa mga mokong na yung i firing squad para di na mamarisan..

    dapat sa kanila ganito gawin.......:hang: o kaya....:banned:

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    #85
    "Just-tiis" update:

    http://www.philstar.com/ArticlePrint...Id=65#comments

    Trial of 2008 Parañaque shootout to start in June
    By Aie Balagtas See (The Philippine Star) Updated May 02, 2011 12:00 AM

    MANILA, Philippines - A Paranaque regional trial court (RTC) has set on June 10 the start of the trial of 17 Special Action Force (SAF) police officers charged in the 2008 Parañaque shootout that left 16 people, including a seven-year-old girl and her father, dead.

    The prosecution and defense panels are expected to present at least 60 witnesses during the trial to determine the guilt of the police officers for the deaths of Alfonso de Vera and his daughter, Lia Allana.

    “I can finally see the light,” De Vera’s widow, Lilian, told The STAR. “The pain is still fresh. I always pray that someone will be sent to jail.”Alfonso and Lia Allana were homebound in their Isuzu Crosswind when responding policemen allegedly mistook their vehicle for the robbers they were pursuing in United Parañaque Subdivision 4 on Dec. 5, 2008.

    The 17 SAF policemen pleaded not guilty before Judge Jaime Guray of Parañaque RTC Branch 260 and were released on bail last year.
    They are Superintendent Jonathan Calixto; Chief Inspector Hermogenes Cabe; Senior Inspector Abraham Abayari; Inspectors Erikson Roranes and Ludovico Cordova; Police Officers 3 Hagar Torres, Jericho Otadoy, Guilbert Lopez, Felix Base, Eugene Papat-Ew and Policarpio Jose Jr.; and Police Officers 1 James Yodong, Allan Apil, Efren Angcuan, Lloyd Bulayugan, Nemesio Gano and Sherwin Maybanting.

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    #86
    how about yun sa commonwealth na mag-ama din na pinagbabaril? ano na kaya nangyari sa kaso na yun?

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    #87
    CA affirms arrest order vs cops who shot girl, pa
    By Christine O. Avendaño
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    | November 5, 2012 at 1:37 am
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    The Court of Appeals (CA) has upheld the arrest order it issued in June against eight policemen involved in the fatal shooting of a man and his daughter in Parañaque City in December 2008.

    In a nine-page decision, the court’s 8th Division dismissed the petitions of the policemen that sought to quash their arrest warrants.

    On June 15, the appellate court ordered their arrest after it overturned the ruling of a Parañaque Regional Trial Court judge who junked the multiple murder charges against the officers supposedly for lack of probable cause.

    The eight policemen were charged over the deaths of Alfonso De Vera, 53, a migrant worker who was then on vacation, and his 7-year-old daughter Lia Allana. The two victims were shot dead inside their Isuzu Crosswind on the night of Dec. 5, 2008, inside the United Parañaque Subdivision 4 in Barangay (village) Marcelo Green.

    The policemen fired at the van on suspicion that it was one of getaway vehicles used by members of the Waray-Waray-Ozamis robbery gang whom the officers were pursuing that night.

    Fourteen other persons, including eight robbery suspects and a policeman, also died in the gunfight.

    In a ruling penned by Associate Justice Noel Tijam, the appellate court justified its issuance of the arrest order, which was signed by the division clerk of court, saying this can be done based on Rule No. 6 of the 2009 Internal Rules of the Court of Appeals (Irca).

    “When the issuance of a warrant of arrest has been authorized by the Division, the same shall be signed by the Division Clerk of Court,” the court said. It added that under the provisions of the Judiciary Reorganization Act, the court is also authorized to issue “auxiliary writs or processes, whether or not in aid of its appellate jurisdiction.’’

    The court also said the petitioners were wrong in questioning the Division Clerk of Court concerning her signing of the arrest order, saying she had that authority under the IRCA.
    Justice delayed..

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    #88
    hanep! hindi pa tapos 'to? nakakaawa inosenteng naulila sa nangyaring ito. ibig ba sabihin nito nasa labas pa mga pulis na kasama sa shootout?

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    #89
    Quote Originally Posted by christel_chops View Post
    Justice delayed..
    Justice denied.

    This is one case i want to see resolved along with the Maguindanao massacre.

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