Senate seen to OK ‘ninja cops’ report

The joint Senate committee report that recommended graft charges against 14 police officers, including former PNP chief Oscar Albayalde, will likely be approved unanimously, Sotto said.

20.10.2019

The joint Senate committee report that recommended graft charges against 14 police officers, including former PNP chief Oscar Albayalde, will likely be approved unanimously, Sotto said.

MANILA, Philippines — The joint Senate committee report that recommended graft charges against 14 police officers, including former Philippine National Police chief Oscar Albayalde, will likely be

The entire Senate would have to accept the report and it is expected to be taken up when sessions resume in November.

“That is not the proper response,” Sotto said. “He should have answered by disputing the allegations and disclosing what really happened. To the Senate, it seemed he was a using a different defense mechanism.”

Magalong also said the operatives arrested suspect Johnson Lee, but freed him purportedly in exchange for P50 million and arrested another man to serve as fall guy.

Under another official, their penalty was later downgraded to a one-rank demotion.

Meanwhile, the PNP said in a statement that it would let “justice, fairness and due process of law” take their course.

An inquest is a summary investigation conducted by a public prosecutor in a criminal case involving persons arrested and detained without a warrant of arrest.

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newscenterPHL1 i still believe that albayalde is clean. may karma be upon those who want him out because of their own motives. Why prolong the agony of the public waiting for such report... kailangan pa bang may “grand march music presentation”? How about d thousands killed in their operations? D policemen r enjoying ‘ while d families of war against drug were mourning?

Just last year Albayalde was the Ping Lacson of this generation. A straight cop out there to reform the PNP. He didn't see this coming as the remnants of their 2013 loot were believed to have already vanished into thin air. Baguio residents must be proud of their mayor.

Guevarra awaits Senate report on ‘ninja cops’Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Friday (October 18) expressed hope that the Senate will furnish the Department of Justice (DOJ) the report over the investigation made over the “ninja cops” issue.

Guevarra awaits Senate report on ‘ninja cops’Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Friday (October 18) expressed hope that the Senate will furnish the Department of Justice (DOJ) the report over the investigation made over the “ninja cops” issue.

Sotto sees unanimous approval of report on ‘ninja cops’MANILA, Philippines – Senate President Vicente Sotto III thinks senators will unanimously approve the panel report on the findings and recommendations of the investigation of the so-called ninja CMarquezINQ ONCE & FOR ALL, THE SENATE SHOULD STAND ON ITS OWN AS AN EQUAL BRANCH OF GOVT RATHER THAN A PUPPET OF DOTARDTE. HOW CAN YOU STOP CORRUPTION & GOVT IRREGULARITIES IF THE 3 BRANCHES OF GOVT ARE IN CAHOOTS WITH EACH OTHER. THE PEOPLE ARE SICK AND TIRED OF ALL THE MESS GOING ON.

Gordon trusts colleagues would back draft panel report on ninja cops

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!

Magalong expects a few of the ‘Ninja Cops’ to breakdownBaguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong said Saturday he is optimistic that one, two or three of the 13 ‘’Ninja cops’’ will come out in the open during their trial as they are now left to fend for themselves. 'break down'- 2 words

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