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Keep Barangay Caps Armed, VACC Chair Tells PNP

Staff Report

Barangay chairmen are currently defenseless against lawless elements in their respective communities. Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) chairman Martin Dino says this is because even barangay “Captains” are finding it extremely difficult to secure “PTC’s” or Permits-To-Carry firearms from the Philippine National Police (PNP) nowadays. 293 more words

National

After 3 years and 8 months, Finally A Good News About Dr. Mary Joy Duroy’s Case

Finally, after 3 years and 8 months of painful waiting, I finally heard what we’ve all been praying to hear all these years!

The suspect in the brutal murder of our dearest friend, Dr. 192 more words

The Mind Of A Kristine Sendy

Private armed groups surge as May elections approach

Private armies connected to local politicians have increased by almost three-quarters in just a month, despite what the government claims are efforts to dismantle militias threatening to disrupt the May 10 polls.

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2010 Elections

Justice Compromised In Alabang Boys Saga?

The career of a young lawyer,  state prosecutor, hangs in the balance in the murky Alabang Boys illegal drug trafficking police entrapment caper.

What has now turned into a months-long drama was ignited when military agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency collared the scions of three prominent families in a tong operation. 262 more words

Philippine News