Outgoing Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald dela Rosa on Monday said he is convinced that he has exerted all efforts to improve the flagging image of the police force when he first assumed the post.
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Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan slammed the appointment of the head of the tainted police unit, the anti-illegal drugs group of the Philippine National Police (PNP), Senior Supt. Albert Ignatius Ferro as the new commander of the drug…
Senator Paolo Aquino is positive that extrajudicial killing (EJK) of suspected drug suspects will stop if President Rodrigo Duterte will give such order to stop the summary execution of alleged drug personalities.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Sunday (April 30) urged the leadership of the Philippine National Police (PNP) to prosecute rather than defend members of the Manila Police District (MPD) involved in the detention of a dozen drug…
Filipinos' satisfaction rating on the anti-illegal drug war--the flagship endeavor of the President Rodrigo Duterte's administration--is down by a great deal.
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Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said that investigators have determined the presence of the Korean mafia here in the country.
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Korean businessman Kang Tae Sik, who is accused of having links to the Korean mafia, has asked the Court of Appeals (CA) to stop his deportation from the country.
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Senator Francis “Kiko” Panglinan, the Liberal Party (LP) president, took up the cudgels for three political allies who are being accused by President Duterte of supposedly working for his ouster in office.
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Superintendent Allan Macapagal filed on Friday (March 17) filed a counter-affidavit before the Department of Justice (DOJ) to deny his involvement in the "tokhang for ransom" case involving Korean victim Jee Ick Joo.
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Version 2.0 of the government's Anti-Drug War should be given a chance to work out, especially now that it will deal with rogue cops, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Monday.
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The Philippine National Police is unleashing a new version of its war on drugs but with less gore and hopefully, with zero body count.
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Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, on Friday (Mar. 3), called on Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel Jr. to reconsider his decision to pull out the Senate security detailed at the detention of Sen. Leila de Lima and possibly negotiate…
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President Rodrigo Duterte will no longer give a free pass to policemen who commit wrongdoing once they're back on the streets pursuing drug pushers.
Ramon Yalung, one of the detained suspects in the "tokhang for ransom" involving Korean victim Jee Ick Joo, seems to prefer staying in jail.
President Rodrigo Duterte has given the green light for the Philippine National Police to rejoin the war on drugs-- but not all cops can sign up for the job.
President Rodrigo Duterte has called on the Philippine National Police (PNP) to participate in the administration's war against drugs once again, close to a month after they were stripped off their mission to destroy the narcotics trade.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn't ready just yet to resume the Philippine National Police's anti-drug operations-- not until he's sure only trustworthy cops will be involved.
The Korean Embassy finally gave in to have investigators look into the alleged involvement of the Korean mafia in the “tokhang for ransom” case involving Korean victim Jee Ick Joo.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has convinced the South Korean embassy that it was worth looking into the possibility that a Korean mafia was behind the killing of Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo.
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The Korean Embassy has asked Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II not to drag the name of Korean businessman Kang Tai-shik in the “tokhang for ransom” case involving Korean victim Jee Ick Joo.
The Korean Embassy has assured that it is not under the control of any kind of criminal syndicate when it dissuaded the Department of Justice (DOJ) from pursuing the "Korean mafia” angle in the “tokhang for ransom” involving Korean victim…
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Ramon Yalung, one of the detained suspects in the "tokhang for ransom" involving Korean victim Jee Ick Joo, has asked Angeles City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 58 to allow him bail since the other suspects did not even identify him.
Knock on wood, but Senator Leila de Lima's days could be numbered.