Philippine National Police (PNP) Director Gen. Ronald dela Rosa on Friday cried foul over allegations that Malacanang is not serious in its war on illegal drugs following the recent dismissal of criminal charges against self-confessed drug…
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President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law on March 1 the bill returning the power to issue subpoenas to the Philippine National Police (PNP) Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Wednesday called on President Duterte to order a probe by an independent body on what he noted as malicious removal P1,000 from the P50 million alleged bribe or extortion money received by Bureau of…
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II believes it is not necessary to create an independent fact-finding commission which will investigate alleged summary executions.
President Rodrigo Duterte appeared far from amused being quizzed about the unusual circumstances in which certain narcopolitikos he had named died.
Was the killing of Ozamiz City Reynaldo Parojinog Sr. planned by President Rodrigo Duterte?
If found guilty of violating procedures in the Ozamiz City anti-drug operation which killed suspected narco-politician Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and 14 others last Sunday, Criminal Investigation and Detection Group operatives can face…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Monday said the Senate has no choice but to look into the killing of Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).
Senator Kiko Pangilinan on Monday raised doubts over the circumstances behind the killing of former Ozamiz City mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and 14 others.
For downgrading the murder to homicide the charges filed against Supt. Marvin Marcos and 18 other co-accused, Justice Undersecretary Reynante Orceo has caused “undue injury to the Republic and to the country’s justice system."
DETAINED Sen. Leila de Lima said President Rodrigo Duterte is the “most culpable” in the reinstatement of Supt. Marvin Marcos and 18 other policemen involved in the killing of two people in 2016.
NATIONAL Police chief Rolando dela Rosa has no ready answer as to why President Rodrigo Duterte wanted to reinstate Supt. Marvin Marcos instead of confining him to barracks.
Is Superintendent Marvin Marcos, one of the suspects in last year's killing of Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa, being groomed for promotion?
Senator Bam Aquino on Thursday said the reinstatement of “murderous” cops to active service is "a danger to the Filipino people."
President Duterte is treading on dangerous ground, said Sen. Richard Gordon on Thursday.
SENATOR Grace Poe is worried that the reinstatement of Supt. Marvin Marcos and 18 other policemen facing homicide charges “may just encourage a culture of impunity among the ranks.”
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte’s order reinstating Supt. Marvin Marcos is "a tacit approval of extrajudicial killings (EJK) in the country."
President Rodrigo Duterte wants suspended Supt. Marvin Marcos to report back to duty despite facing homicide charges in connection with the killing of Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon has called on fellow senators to condemn the decision of the Department of Justice (DOJ) to downgrade to homicide from murder the charges slapped against ranking police officers accused of killing…
Senator Risa Hontiveros on Tuesday (June 20) wanted the Senate to summon Justice Sec. Vitaliano Aguirre II to explain the downgrade of the criminal charges against policemen implicated in the killing of an Albuera town mayor.
President Rodrigo Duterte is certain he will be charged by human rights groups for the alleged extrajudicial killings in the war on drugs but he claims he has an escape clause: his constitutional prerogative to grant pardon to anybody…
The cop who led the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) Region 8 which killed Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa apparently has influential friends, specifically schoolmates, in high places in the Duterte administration.
Sen. Leila de Lima on Friday (Mar. 31) said tPresident Duterte must have a "deep reason" for his oft-repeated pledge to pardon Supt. Marvin Marcos, one of the principal accused in the killing of Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr.
Senators Francis Escudero and Panfilo Lacson said President Rodrigo Duterte's promise he will grant pardon to policemen who will be convicted for following his orders in connection with the war on drugs is easier said than done.