Philippine ex-governor ordered arrested for murder

Mar 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CBS News

MANILA, Philippines &#8212 Police in the Philippines say they have arrested an aide to a former governor in the killing of a radio anchor and prominent environmentalist.

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Jose Rizal

Quezon City, Philippines

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Mar 28, 2012
 
It is a high time the government start arresting rather than only charging big fishes in our country. Justice has long been too slow and crime committed are going faster in turn. Show the people bigger catches and this country will grow by leaps and bounds. Governors have had it so good in the past that they act like Royalty's . Go get em, P'Noy, we are behind you all the way. Go and get your Emergency Power quickly., and show them you mean business.
Abraham Lincoln

Quezon City, Philippines

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Mar 31, 2012
 
sO MUCH ADO OVER A MASTERMIND. aRREST HIM FIRST THEN ANNOUNCE HIS ENTRY IN jAIL. pERHAPS THIS WILL AGAIN TAKE A FEW YEARS TO DO. LOL

Since: Apr 09

Makati, Philippines

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Mar 31, 2012
 

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Just like the child's game "hide and seek". The Government hides their eyes and say's "Ill count to ten".

If their is a wrong way of doing things you can have all the confidence in the world they will.
ofgs

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 1, 2012
 
wife says its just all politics and that no one really has the will to arrest anyone. same thing with palparin. whens the last time you heard anything about him?

imagine the frustration of FBI agents when they are here to aid and assist PNP in investigations?

those agents must be on some kind of shit list to be sent to this cesspool.
Manuel Picsio

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 2, 2012
 
DISGUSTING,...DISAPPOINTING, UNTHINKABLE, tERRIBLE AND FRUSTRATING ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE WORDS THAT DISCRIBES OUR jUSTICE SYSTEM. From the Supreme Court on down to the cops, we are facing an incredible array of individuals who think nothing of building up our country or elliminating corruption altogether. They just want our country to continue on as it was in the past, while they are free to fill their pockets with ill gotten wealth.
Manuel Picsio

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 2, 2012
 
uNPRINATABLE ?
Manuel Picsio

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 2, 2012
 
ROMANS... COUNTRYMEN, LEND ME YOUR EARS ! Ask not what your country can do for you,...but ask what you can do for your country !
Jose Rizal

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 4, 2012
 
It is no joke to be a President wherever it happens, but the biggest headache one has to face will always be from their very own family, followed by relatives and then close friends as in the case of Reyes of Palawan and P'Noy. He is possibly now facing criticizms from all quarters for being a far relative of Reyes much to his disappointment but try to see for yourself if you are him. Would you be so perfect as to immediately have your parents, relatives or friend arrested and jailed ? It is wrong yes, but how would you go about it ? Do you have that "holier than thou attitude" which pretends to be right all the time. Give him time, and wait a while, after all Reyes was not the killer but a hitman.

Since: Apr 09

Makati, Philippines

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Apr 4, 2012
 
Jose Rizal wrote:
It is no joke to be a President wherever it happens, but the biggest headache one has to face will always be from their very own family, followed by relatives and then close friends as in the case of Reyes of Palawan and P'Noy. He is possibly now facing criticizms from all quarters for being a far relative of Reyes much to his disappointment but try to see for yourself if you are him. Would you be so perfect as to immediately have your parents, relatives or friend arrested and jailed ? It is wrong yes, but how would you go about it ? Do you have that "holier than thou attitude" which pretends to be right all the time. Give him time, and wait a while, after all Reyes was not the killer but a hitman.
In the U.S. we have no problem to even have our own son arrested if it will stop them from destroying people's lives and show them as parents, relatives that everyone is accountable for their actions.
Juan Yello

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 4, 2012
 
For all we know", perhaps there are more lawbreakers than Lawmakers in the Philippines now, and more guns in the underworld and government official with Private Armys than the standing Army of the Philippines put together. IT IS MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES !
Juan Yello

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 4, 2012
 
Don the American wrote:
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In the U.S. we have no problem to even have our own son arrested if it will stop them from destroying people's lives and show them as parents, relatives that everyone is accountable for their actions.
No, I suppose not, but the US is a civilized country while the Philippines is not quite civilized yet. LOL
Juan Yello

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#12
Apr 4, 2012
 
In most group beer sessions today, the brunt of the jokes is most often said about our country in General' We laugh at our Government, our Officials in government, out Justice system,our Police and our Military. Is this not proof that many do not even love our country any more.??? Almost half of our talented individuals are now living and working abroad. Is that not a sign of disillusionment ? Will we not be better off if the whole archipilago sinks into the dept of the ocean ? God forbid !
Jose Rizal

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 4, 2012
 
Even my name sake had a few soulful words of sadness and despair when he said"...ADIOS PATRIA ADORADA, REJION DEL SOL QUIRIDA, NUESTRO PERDIDO EDEN! Really a very sad farewell it was. Rizal himself felt that disillusionment feared for our country;s destiny way back then. Shall we go on till eternity ? Paradise Lost indeed.
ofgs

San Juan, Philippines

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Apr 4, 2012
 
Jose Rizal wrote:
It is no joke to be a President wherever it happens, but the biggest headache one has to face will always be from their very own family, followed by relatives and then close friends as in the case of Reyes of Palawan and P'Noy. He is possibly now facing criticizms from all quarters for being a far relative of Reyes much to his disappointment but try to see for yourself if you are him. Would you be so perfect as to immediately have your parents, relatives or friend arrested and jailed ? It is wrong yes, but how would you go about it ? Do you have that "holier than thou attitude" which pretends to be right all the time. Give him time, and wait a while, after all Reyes was not the killer but a hitman.
stop being such a fool. be a man on your own 2 feet if at all possible.
filipino will defend murder and plead for amnesty of any other filipino regardless of being a relative or a stranger. whats your real problem with seeing justice served?

is filipino blood so precious? not that i have seen in a country so rampant with murder, but the second a filipino is accused then you rally round them as if they are your own twin bro.

don isnt kidding you . i would deliver my own son to the police if he was accused of a crime and it wouldnt have to be just for murder.

the whole world sees that the filipins as a nation will never take responsibility for any of their sick behavior.

ask noynoy why there is no fcuking radar capable of tracking a simple fcuking rocket.
Jose Rizal

Quezon City, Philippines

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#16
Apr 5, 2012
 
What this country really needs right now and forever is a..DICTATOR, a GOOD Dictator who can set our country right and the people given an education that was not given for decades under many past leaders. A Good Dictator unlike Mao of China will not tolerate corruption in public offices, nor be given special preferences because they are friends or relatives. Hard to do, but must be done if we want to change our way of life back to the Paradise that we were once. Enforcement of the law must be done all over equally to everybody friend or foe and our justice system must be junked and a new really clean and honest one be in place. Yes, it must be done or we go down the drain and to the sewer. The Police must show respect for all law abiding citizens !
Jose Rizal

Quezon City, Philippines

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Apr 5, 2012
 
FOR THE PRESENT, ONE CAN HEAR A MOAN COMING FROM THE PEOPLE"...A LITTLE LATER..SHOUTS OF ANGER WILL BE HEARD, AND SOON ENOUGH,... A ROAR WILL DROWN OUT REASON, then... CHAOS WILL REIGN ! The APOCALYPSE !

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