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Nearly 3 years after he went into hiding, Palparan let his guard down. On Monday night, August 11, he stepped out of his safehouse in Sta Mesa, Manila, where he had been staying for 3 months, to withdraw money from an ATM machine. Agents of the Naval Intelligence and Security Force (NISF), hot on his trail for months, made a positive identification of him. Ang gagaling niyo, naisahan ‘nyo ako. Kasi medyo naging lax ako,” Palparan reportedly told the Navy intelligence agents. (You’re good. You put one over me, because I have been lax.) Rappler 

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