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From Inquirer: Trillanes to Leni: Hwag! (Don’t!) Don’t dine with #Du30 #PresidentDuterte

From the Inquirer: Trillanes to Leni: Hwag! (Don’t!) Don’t dine w #Du30 #PresidentDuterte

     From the Inquirer (in blue font and itals): Don’t be deceived by President Duterte again. 316 more words


Duterte supporters want Trillanes jailed next after De Lima

“Who do you want to jail next?”

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II posed this question to thousands of supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte supporters who had gathered at the Quirino Grandstand at the Luneta in Manila on Saturday night. 465 more words


Ang Mga Dilaw at Disintunado (Out of Tune) na mga Opisyal ng Pilipinas

Ang Mga Dilaw at Disintunado (Out of Tune)

Na Mga Opisyal ng Pilipinas

Ni Apolinario Villalobos

De Lima

Hindi siya political prisoner. Siya ay pulitikong may mga kaso kaya na-preso….droga at pakikiapid! 364 more words

Unawain sina Trillanes at de Lima

Unawain Sina Trillanes at de Lima

Ni Apolinario Villalobos

Hindi ako kaalyado ng dalawa. Naaawa lang ako sa kanila dahil sa sunud-sunod na kamalasang nangyayari sa kanilang buhay. 350 more words

DOJ: No proof of Trillanes hand in Sebastian slay-try

Legazpi City (Jan. 4, 2017) – The Department of Justice (DOJ) dismissed reports linking Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV to the stabbing of high profile inmate Jaybee Sebastian as hearsay. 189 more words


Why I don't give a sh*t about the Binay investigations

1. The Senate investigations are like a fart

They are loud, they are smelly, but most of the time, they contain nothing significant.

The current Senate Blue Ribbon Committee has conducted 13 investigations (and 70 hearings) since it was born until the end of 2014. 452 more words


Ostensible Hitman Edgar Matobato Turn Himself to the Police

Self Confessed assassin Edgar Matobato, who is linked to President Duterte to vigilante killings, turned himself to the police this Friday.

Edgar Matobato has a arrest warrant for illegal possession of firearms that is issued by the Davao City court. 172 more words