Discussion in 'Surrounding Areas' started by Obliged Friend, Jul 24, 2019.
“2 suspected NPA rebels nabbed after NegOr clash”
300 PNP-SAF (Commandos) members to do patrols, checkpoints in Negros Oriental
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NEGROS ORIENTAL – First, the killing of six policemen there a year back, then another killing of four policemen in Mabato, Ayungon July 9 and later in the week the killing of a prominent and respected lawyer in Guihulngan , Atty. Anthony Trinidad (Silliman Law Class 1993), who was well known in local court circles.
If he had links with the reds as the Inquirer sources intimated, it could only be Anthony’s penchant to help the poor but not links to overthrow the government . His role could be just like that doctor who is treating the wounds of a criminal killer and rapist. Does that mean that the doctor is a criminal or one who is sheltering a fugitive? Goodness naman!
I think their ideology is idiotic and them ever gaining control is just about the absolute worst thing that could happen to the country, right behind Muslim's taking over and enforcing their religion and ideology on everyone. A dictator imposing martial law would have a much better outcome than communism would IMO.
Please show me where I used the word "only". I don't see it in there. Seems you substituted the word "mainly" for "only".
My point was that you have little to worry about as a private individual from the NPA. Their main goal is to target the government and private corporations. Hitting up locals for some chickens and food is not the primary goal.
Thinking it doesn't make it so.
There are going to be criminal elements that go beyond the ideology of the group as a whole, but what organization in the Philippines doesn't have a criminal element to it? Certainly not the police, certainly not the government...you can't even go down to the market and not see piles of clothes stolen from charity donations.
Agree. Governments have gotten really good at using fear and false flag operations to expand their power. It would not surprise me one bit if this were carried out by someone other than the NPA.
MANILA, Philippines — The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Wednesday said it is studying the possibility of recommending the imposition of martial law in Negros Oriental in relation to the spate of killings happening in the province.
“Una, ang declaration will have to come from the President [Rodrigo Duterte], of course with direct recommendation from civil forces,” AFP spokesperson Brid. Gen. Edgard Arevalo said at the Fernandina Forum held in Club Filipino, San Juan City
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“NegOr police chief sacked over spate of killings”
“We wish to inform the public that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has raised the reward money to PHP5 million for the capture, dead or alive, of the killers of the Negros policemen and to PHP100,000 for every participant in the killing,” Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo said in a statement.”
Panelo said Duterte has also issued a stern warning “that members of the New People's Army (NPA) in Negros have gone overboard and that their killings have become brazen and unbridled where men in uniform, as well as civilians are murdered with impunity”.
“The land disputes in Negros have escalated to killings among - and between - the claimants. The communist rebels have exploited the land unrest and turned the province into a quasi-state. They have arbitrarily chosen who will own the lands subject of the controversies surrounding them,”
MANILA, Philippines — Members of the House Makabayan bloc on Thursday warned that the government may be “setting the stage” for the declaration of a nationwide martial law by using as a pretext the spate of killings in Negros Oriental
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2 suspects in 4 cops' slay nabbed in NegOr
By Juancho Gallarde August 1, 2019, 4:35 pm
JOINT OPERATION. Police and military troops continue operations against the New People's Army (NPA), who were allegedly responsible for the torture and killing of four police intelligence officers in Sitio Yamot, Barangay Mabato, Ayungon, Negros Oriental. Joint operations this week have resulted in the arrest of four rebels, two of them suspected to be among those who killed the four policemen. (File photo courtesy of Ayungon Police Station)
DUMAGUETE CITY – Government troops have arrested four members of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA), two of whom are believed to be involved in the killing of four policemen last July 18 in Negros Oriental, during separate operations.
Based on a police report, government security forces nabbed Onie Bangala, 37, of Sitio Inasan, Barangay Carol-an, Ayungon; and farmers Epifanio Cabusog Romano; Rico Oracoy, 39; and Lito Cadusale; all of Barangay Mabato, Ayungon.
Bangala was arrested last July 26 by policemen and soldiers after an encounter with suspected communist rebels while doing a tactical operation in the mountains of Ayungon, Mabinay and Bindoy.
He was arrested along with another suspect, Nerie Boy Bangala, 25.
Nerie Boy Bangala managed to flee while authorities were questioning Onie.
However, authorities managed to earlier seized from their possession a homemade shotgun with magazine, two caliber .38 revolvers with five live ammunition, a 7.62 mm live ammunition, 18 ammunition for 7.62 mm, 20 empty shells for 7.62 mm, 192 empty shells for M16 Armalite rifle, five 5ml syringes, two knives and a rifle grenade, among other items.
Romano, meanwhile, was nabbed by authorities last July 29 after an encounter with a group of alleged NPA members in Sitio Talaptapan, Barangay Nalundan, Bindoy where a 20-minute firefight ensued.
No casualty was reported as the suspected NPAs withdrew.
Romano yielded a black bandolier and a rifle grenade. He was later turned over to the Bindoy Police for proper filing of charges.
On the same day, Oracoy and Cadusale, believed to be escaping from the Bindoy encounter, were arrested at a checkpoint in Sitio Yamot, Mabato, Ayungon.
The two are believed to be involved in the killing of the four intel cops last July 18.
Confiscated from them were two caliber .38 revolvers with 10 live ammunition, a rifle grenade, two improvised explosive devices, a black bandolier, an eco bag and a plastic bag.
The land reform laws are not implemented.