'The PNP will let justice, fairness, and due process of law take its course,' says the Philippine National Police in response to the Senate recommendation to file charges against its former chief and 13 cops over a 2013 drug operation
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine National Police (PNP) said on Saturday, October 19, that it will let"fairness and due process of law take its course" in relation to resigned chief General
"We leave it to Police General Oscar Albayalde and the other concerned PNP personnel, with their respective legal teams to address the other side issues that may come with their possible criminal indictment as recommended by the Senate panel," the PNP added.
Senate blue ribbon chairman Richard Gordon said in a briefing on Friday that Albayalde"caused undue injury to the State," and that the 13 cops were"guilty of malfeasance, misfeasance and nonfeasance." (READ:
The report has been forwarded to the Department of Justice and the Office of the Ombudsman, which would then decide on the complaints against the cops. The DOJ began reinvestigating the case following the revelations at the Senate hearings.Read more: Rappler
hhmmm.. this should be applied to those innocent who killed directly and without even serving justice.. funny rn, how they use that innocent until proven guilty =.= *cough* innocent victims With their Chief as the prime protector, definitely PNP wil Side with the Ninja Cops. Let's see how this Gamboa the Acting PNP Chief, can prove his worth to the citizenry 9f the Phils.
Only when it’s convenient to them, such hypocrisy
PNP says Albayalde, 'ninja cops' 'remain innocent until proven guilty'Agree . Purp publicity naman ang blue ribbon. Ano na nangyari sa mga “reccomended” cases nila? Ano na nangyari kay Binay? Sinira sya ni cayetano at trillanes pero asan na ang kaso? Mga Pinoy naman madali mapaniwala hay naku EJK victims: Sana all! Pero kung mga kritiko, they will be 'guilty' even proven otherwise! Changescamming talaga!
PNP on Albayalde case: Let due process take its courseMANILA, Philippines -- The Philippine National Police ( PNP ) on Saturday said it is leaving to due process the possible drug case to be filed against resigned PNP chief Gen. Oscar Pakisabi po din yan sa mga libo-libong namatay sa EJK at political prisoner
DILG official cites need to carefully study proposal to transfer IAS from PNP to DILGThe Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) said it will carefully examine if it support calls to separate the Internal Affairs Service (IAS) from the Philippine National Police ( PNP ) hierarchy.