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Philippines worst in impunity in global index
September 21, 2017

The Philippines' high impunity index is indicative of the country 'going through one of its most critical moments, due to the increase of violence related with organized crime and increased terrorist activities from local gangs linked to the Islamic State (ISIS)'

RA 10158 REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10158


Remark and read RA 9710, because maybe RA 10158 is conflicting with Republic Act No. 9710

The Republic Act No. 9710 or The Magna Carta of Women indicated the following:

Physical, sexual, and psychological violence occurring within the general community, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and intimidation at work, in educational institutions and elsewhere, trafficking in women, and prostitution

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Duterte approves heavier fines for crimes
by Pia Ranada September 01, 2017
The President signs into law amendments to the Revised Penal Code which impose heavier fines for crimes and higher values for property used as basis for penalties.

Is there room for dialogue and compromise?
by Raymund Narag July 30, 2017

The crime control versus due process debate in the Philippines


Justice Secretary Aguirre on pork scam, martial law, and war on drugs
June 01, 2017
Rappler sits down with Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II to talk about, among others, constitutional issues pertaining to martial law and manpower inside the DOJ
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II's most controversial move of late is holding exploratory talks with plunder defendant and alleged pork scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles.
Complaint vs Duterte filed before Int'l Criminal Court
by Paterno Esmaquel II Updated April 24, 2017

(5th UPDATE) Filipino lawyer Jude Sabio filed a complaint against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte before the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday, April 24, for alleged "mass murder" in the Philippines.

In a 78-page complaint published by the New York Times, Sabio requested that the Pre-Trial Chamber of the ICC "commit President Rodrigo Duterte and his senior government officials to the Trial Chamber for trial and that the Trial Chamber in turn, after trial, convict them and sentence them to corresponding prison sentence or life imprisonment."

Ombudsman of the Philippines
also known as Tanodbayan ng Pilipinas (using Filipino loan words), is an ombudsman responsible for investigating and prosecuting Philippine government officials accused of crimes, especially graft and corruption.
The Office of the Ombudsman independently monitors all three branches of the government for political corruption

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Ombudsman cases vs gov't officials up by 267% in 2016
January 29, 2017
The top offense is violation of Republic Act 3019 or the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act (402 cases), followed by malversation of public funds (390 cases), violation of presidential decrees (112 cases), and falsification of public documents (72 cases).

Never again an Arroyo and De Lima injustice
by Tony La Viña February 25, 2017

This sad episode can also be good for the country if we finally reform our criminal due process system.


Bounty Hunter
This video entitled ‘Bounty Hunter’ features ‘life of the bounty hunters.’
Nov 21, 2016 - Aired: November 19, 2016
Kilalang kilabot ng mga ‘wanted’ sa pulisya ang mga bounty hunter. Sila ang mga taong tumutulong sa pulis upang tugisin ang mga kilabot na criminal sa bansa kapalit ng reward money. Kilalanin sina Abner Afuang, ‘Jeff’ at Ramon Orbida at ang kanilang trabaho bilang mga bounty hunter.

PNP chief and AFP chief on alleged special treatment for high profile inmates
Feb 9, 2017


IMPORTANT: Duterte's links to Janet Lim Napoles' lawyers
by Pia Ranada February 16, 2017
Three lawyers who defended Janet Lim Napoles are staunch Duterte supporters. One of them is now a deputy commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
It's not yet clear if President Rodrigo Duterte had a hand in the Office of the Solicitor General's move to recommend the acquittal of Janet Lim Napoles in the case of serious illegal detention.
What is certain, for now, are his ties to the alleged pork barrel queen's lawyers.
BuCor whistle-blower gunned down
February 04, 2017

The whistle-blower on the alleged irregularities at the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) was gunned down by men riding in tandem at about 9 a.m. Saturday in Carmen, Davao del Norte.

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Congressmen want 9-year-old kids charged for crimes
by Mara Cepeda July 06, 2016

UPDATED Davao del Norte 1st district's Pantaleon Alvarez and Capiz 2nd district's Fredenil Castro file an accompanying bill seeking to restore the death penalty.

Congressmen are seeking to lower the age by which suspects can be criminally charged, while also proposing the restoration of the death penalty for heinous crimes.


Criminal Justice System in the Philippines
Feb 11, 2014

a live telecast designed to provide viewers relevant information on the inner workings of law enforcement and a better understanding of police procedures hosted by former Commissioner of Human Rights Atty. Wilhem Dabu Soriano and retired police General Lucas Malillin Managuelod.

Remark this is an album in the album "The Three Branches' structure of the Government"


Koreans and crime in Angeles City:

Koreans in Angeles City appear unfazed after kidnapping-murder case
Jan 24, 2017

Angeles City cop reacts to own complaint of alleged illegal raid of a Korean owned establishment
Jan 23, 2017

IMPORTANT look also the article:
Koreans and crime in Angeles City
by Lian Buan
January 28, 2017
They have their own security desks, CCTVs and a specially-designated Korean police chief, but why are some Koreans in Angeles City still victimized or involved in crimes?

and the articles HERE

‘Noble cause’ police corruption: When good cops turn bad
by Raymund Narag November 16, 2016
Are we going to tolerate noble cause police corruption? It makes the criminal in all of us.
But is noble cause police corruption the answer? Will killing all drug addicts, criminals, and the corrupt, improve trust to the criminal justice system? Will it lead to a crime-free Philippines?
Duterte to revive Philippine Constabulary
by Pia Ranada September 20, 2016
The President says he needs more law enforcers to fight urban terrorism

"I will return the Philippine Constabulary under the 4 commands – army tapos Philippine Constabulary kasi kailangan ko ng tao sa urban terrorism like the SAF (Special Action Forces)," said Duterte

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LOOK BACK: The Philippine Constabulary under Marcos
by Katerina Francisco September 21, 2016
President Duterte says he wants to revive the Philippine Constabulary – the law enforcement force that became notorious for human rights abuses during the Martial Law years

Days before the Philippines is set to mark the 44th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, President Rodrigo Duterte made another callback to history: announcing his plan to revive the Philippine Constabulary (PC).
Philippine Constabulary - PC

(Filipino: Hukbóng Pamayapà ng Pilipinas, HPP) was a gendarmerie-type police force of the Philippines from 1901 to 1991.
On January 29, 1991, it was merged with the Integrated National Police to form the Philippine National Police.

PLDT, Smart provide text service & connectivity for the PNP
Sep 05, 2016
“Text-Bato” allows citizenry direct access to the Chief PNP
Text Bato message syntax: BATO (space) message then send to 7444-2286

Look also the Video and

PNP launches mobile app to report crimes, emergencies
September 05, 2016
The app and the Police Quick Response System are meant to augment the Philippines' 911 emergency services hotline

International Criminal Court (ICC)

Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity

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The Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC)

is a non-stock, non-profit non-government organization (NGO) which envisions a relatively crime-free and corruption-free Philippines.

Dutertism and Philippine populist criminality
by Christopher Magno July 11, 2016

We cite examples that represent a small portion of the many successful Philippine criminal politicians who began or furthered their political careers by capitalizing on their own crimes.
Two of the Filipinos I have interviewed express this popular view in stating, “All the politicians are corrupt”; “Give me the name of a politician who did not use government money for his own interests.”

What to do during a bombing
September 03, 2016

'Please report any and all suspicious activities no matter how insignificant they may seem'

Look also the Video

Bombing incident safety tips
Sep 14, 2016

Proclamation No. 55, s. 2016
Signed on September 4, 2016


Memorandum Order No. 3, s. 2016
Signed on September 7, 2016

Memorandum Order No. 4, s. 2016

State of nat'l emergency: More police, military in malls, train stations
by Pia Ranada September 06, 2016
The Palace releases guidelines for implementing President Duterte's declaration of 'state of national emergency on account of lawless violence'

De Lima: Palace guidelines on state of nat'l emergency 'prone to abuse'
by Camille Elemia September 08, 2016
Senator Leila De Lima – deemed the fiercest critic of President Duterte – expects the declaration to be questioned before the Supreme Court

and look MUCH more HERE and HERE

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What’s a ‘state of lawlessness’?
Updated September 03, 2016
UPDATED Expect to see more soldiers, policemen, and checkpoints in key areas. Curfews can be imposed as the need arises.
The Videos

Duterte declares state of lawlessness - Ambush Interview - Davao City 9-3-2016
3 Sep 2016

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these Videos in the album "‘State of lawlessness’ - 'State of national emergency', Section 18, Article VII of the Constitution"

What’s a ‘state of lawlessness’, Section 18, Article VII of the Constitution

State of lawlessness meant to keep things 'under control'

Mga limitasyon ng 'state of lawlessness'

'State of national emergency', nilagdaan ni Duterte

Dokumento sa deklarasyon ng State of National Emergency, inilabas ng Malacañang

Palace directives on 'State of national emergency'

and the articles:

State of lawlessness: Prelude to Martial Law?
by HOMOBONO A. ADAZA September 8, 2016

Prelude to Martial Law
December 06, 2016 by Ver F. Pacete

Diokno to Duterte: Why the continued state of nat'l emergency?
by Jodesz Gavilan October 22, 2016
Jose Manuel Diokno, dean of the De La Salle University College of Law, also says the involvement of the military in the war on drugs is questionable, with or without a state of national emergency

Congressmen justify drug war extension
by Mara Cepeda September 19, 2016
Surigao del Norte 2nd District Representative Robert Barbers, chairman of the committee on dangerous drugs, says the campaign against illegal drugs 'should not be time-bound'

Duterte seeks 6-month extension on drug war deadline
September 18, 2016
President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday, September 18, asked for a 6-month "extension" on his self-imposed deadline to end illegal drugs in 3 to 6 months.
Duterte said he has a final list that is about 3 inches thick, bearing the names of alleged drug personalities that include public officials. He said he had no idea of the extent of the drug problem until he became Chief Executive.

Dela Rosa thankful for 'war on drugs' extension
by Bea Cupin September 18, 2016
The PNP chief says he did not even discuss the idea of an extension with President Rodrigo Duterte but reckons the Chief Executive has seen that police are 'having a hard time'

Duterte signs state of nat'l emergency proclamation
Updated September 05, 2016
UPDATED – President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a proclamation declaring a "state of national emergency on account of lawless violence," confirmed Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea to media on Monday, September 5. Look also HERE

How 'state of lawlessness' was miscommunicated
by Pia Ranada September 04, 2016
The conflicting statements about the ‘state of lawlessness’ declared by the President leave the public in a state of confusion. Who's responsible?

Palace justifies Duterte’s declaration of ‘state of lawlessness’
September 03, 2016 By Ruth Abbey Gita

State of lawlessness meant to keep things 'under control'
by Michael Bueza September 03, 2016
San Beda Graduate School of Law Dean Fr Ranhilio Aquino says that President Duterte's declaration of a state of lawlessness 'does not in any way entail the curtailment of any of our freedoms and liberties'

Duterte declares state of lawlessness
Updated September 03, 2016
(5TH UPDATE) The declaration is to ensure "coordinated efforts" between the police and the military in the government's fight against terrorism and illegal drugs, the President says

Government clarifies state of lawlessness order
September 03, 2016

Duterte declares 'state of lawless violence,' hikes military, police presence
Updated September 3, 2016

Making sense of Duterte's declaration of state of lawlessness
by Tony La Viña September 03, 2016
For now, Duterte's declaration does not appear to lead us to a slippery slope. But we must be vigilant.

and look MUCH more HERE

  Philippine habeas corpus cases - Article III

By: Cherry Apple M. Delaminez

are cases decided by the Supreme Court of the Philippines, concerning the writ of habeas corpus.
The writ of habeas corpus may be suspended in order to prevent any violence in cases of rebellion or insurrection, as the case may be. In Philippine jurisdiction, the present 1987 Philippine Constitution, Article III, Section 15 provides that “The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended except in cases of invasion or rebellion, when the public safety requires it.

Look it as pdf HERE or as Slideshow in the album with the Videos Sep 8, 2016:

De Lima vs suspension of habeas corpus: We already have 'creeping martial law, authoritarianism'

Gordon wants Duterte to suspend writ of habeas corpus

Suspensyon ng habeas corpus, iminungkahi ni Gordon

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Duterte to Congress: Suspending habeas corpus a ‘passing thought’
by Camille Elemia November 15, 2016
'He was only thinking out loud, na ano ba 'yung mga weapons, ammunition, methods available to him,' Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III recalls the President telling lawmakers while discussing his war on drugs at a Palace meeting.

Duterte: Leaders need to do 'wrong' to protect people
by Pia Ranada November 14, 2016
President Duterte, after his warning to suspend the writ of habeas corpus, says, 'Either we do something to protect society or do something sometimes wrong to protect society'

Dela Rosa: Suspending habeas corpus makes job 'easier'
by Bea Cupin November 14, 2016
The PNP chief assures the public that even if the writ of habeas corpus is suspended, they will remain 'here to serve and protect.

LP senators: 'No basis' to suspend writ of habeas corpus
by Bea Cupin November 13, 2016
'The drug menace is not a ground to suspend the privilege of the writ,' say the 4 Liberal Party senators in a joint statement

Suspending habeas corpus to harm PNP, drug war - Lacson
by Mara Cepeda November 13, 2016
Malacañang, meanwhile, says the suspension of the writ 'is just an idea' so far.

Duterte to suspend writ of habeas corpus if 'forced'
by Paterno Esmaquel II November 12, 2016
President Rodrigo Duterte says the law allows him to do this 'to protect the Republic of the Philippines'
President Rodrigo Duterte warned that he can suspend the writ of habeas corpus, a safeguard against warrantless arrests, if lawlessness – particularly the illegal drugs trade – persists in the country.

and HERE

Understanding the writ of habeas corpus
November 16, 2016 by Nicko Tubo

Last November 11, President Rodrigo Duterte said he might suspend the writ of habeas corpus to strengthen the war on drugs and supress lawlessness in Mindanao.
But what is writ of habeas corpus?


Robredo: Duterte has no legal basis to suspend habeas corpus

President Rodrigo Duterte's threat to suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus has caused concern among ordinary citizens and public officials alike. Palace officials have quickly defended the president on his latest remarks, saying the possible suspension is an option accorded by law when conditions call for it. – ANC, The World Tonight, November 14, 2016

Proposal to suspend habeas corpus writ alarms senators
November 14, 2016 by Camille P. Balagt​as
Several senators expressed their disagreement on President Rodrigo Duterte’s idea to suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus as a response to the country's "worsening" drug problem and lawlessness.

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Lawmakers hit Duterte's 'twisted, Marcosian' logic
by Mara Cepeda November 15, 2016
Congressmen from the independent minority bloc of the House cite the 'dangers' of President Rodrigo Duterte's unclear thought process.

The writ of habeas corpus restored - Proclamation No. 2, s. 1986

On March 2, 1986, addressing the large crowd that had gathered in Rizal Park, President Corazon C. Aquino announced the restoration of the writ of habeas corpus.


Duterte wants war on crime, drugs extended for 6 more months
Sep 18, 2016

“Give me another six months.”
President Duterte on Sunday admitted that he could not stop crime and illegal drugs in three to six months.

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PNP out of drug war means end to 'tokhang,' buy-bust
with video
by Bea Cupin January 30, 2017
What are policemen allowed and not allowed to do from today? The PNP explains in detail.

Duterte orders 'cleansing' of PNP, extends drug war again
by Pia Ranada January 30, 2017
The President orders the dissolution of all PNP anti-drug units and the creation of a new command to rid the police force of corrupt personnel.

PNP to create task force vs scalawag cops
by Bea Cupin January 30, 2017
The task force will focus on corruption within the PNP's ranks.

Gordon wants emergency powers for Duterte, suspension of habeas corpus
by Camille Elemia Updated 9:03 PM, September 08, 2016

UPDATED The idea does not sit well with senators Franklin Drilon and Leila De Lima, with De Lima saying it would be similar to 'creeping martial law, authoritarianism'

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"International Criminal Police Cooperation - INTERPOL Manila & Philippine Center on Transnational Crime" HERE


Cyber & Phone Crime

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Filipino Gangs

By Keisuke Nagoshi

The Sputnik gang is the biggest in the Philippines. It’s so enormous that it’s difficult to keep track of all the smaller, weaker branches at the bottom of its hierarchy. The lowest rangs are more like local vigilantes watching over the neighborhood while their wives and sons cheer them on.

Bahala Na Gang

a street gang and organized crime group with origins in the Philippines. The gang was formed in the early 1940s among Filipino inmates in large and dangerous Manila correctional facilities. The literal translation of Bahala Na is used to indicate that life was hopeless and that it didn't really matter what one did if fate was against you. This value of fatalism can also be seen in the numerous tattoos original members of the Bahala Na had.

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Rugby Boys

a common group of gang of street children found in the Philippines. They are one of the most well-known poverty-afflicted people found in the slums. They are known for using and being addicted to a files/cement known as "Rugby" brand manufactured by Bostik, who has since added a sniffing deterrent and other aromatic solvents to alleviate their hunger, and resulting in crime to fund their addiction.



Gapos Gang

a robbery group that barges into houses and hogties victims before robbing them of their jewelry, cash and other important belongings. The group usually targets big houses in peaceful villages and thoroughly examines the actions of its prospective victims.

Tips to avoid 'Gapos Gang'

Be mindful with the so-called 'Gapos Gang' and learn some tips on how to avoid them with the help of Mr. Bong Oteyza, security consultant. Oct 13, 2014


Kasambahay nabiktima ng Gapos Gang

Hindi malilimutan ng isang 59-anyos na kasambahay ang naranasan niya sa kamay ng mga kawatan na iginapos siya at binalot ng packaging tape ang kanyang mukha habang pinagnanakawan ang bahay niyang pinagsisilbihan. Oct 17, 2014

Remark this is an album in the sub-album "Gangs - Etc."


How to avoid taxi robberies

The riding public is being advised to be very careful when taking taxis as some robbers pose as drivers to take advantage of their passengers. Sep 6, 2014

Remark this is an album in the album "Guides about transportation in the Philippines"


Ipit-Taxi Gang, Woman stabbed, left for dead

A woman narrowly escaped with her life after being stabbed and left for dead by members of the Ipit-Taxi Gang in Metro Manila. Oct 6, 2014

Remark this is an album in the album "Gangs - Etc."

Look also PNP Warns People of Ipit Taxi Gang

The modus of this group involves picking a random person in a random place. The driver will then stop in a certain area, unlocking the doors and will let two men ride the taxi from both doors sandwiching the poor victim to successfully rob him and asked to withdraw money from his ATM.


Basag-kotse gangs
Basag-kotse is the criminal act of smashing a car's windshield or windows to unlawfully get valuables in the passenger cabin. We've all heard of unattended cars parked in isolated or dark places being victimized by glass-breaking thugs, but these gangsters are now so brazen that they hop onto motorbikes and shatter windows of cars sitting in traffic, while the car's driver and passengers are inside.
Remark this is an album in the album "Gangs - Etc."
Tips para maiwasan ang Basag-Kotse Gang
Alamin ang ilang practical tips para maiwasang mabiktima ng Basag-Kotse Gang. Oct 2, 2014
Architect last victim of 'basag-kotse' gang
An architect lost her new laptop and other belongings to the ‘basag-kotse’ gang in Quezon City. Dec 11, 2014

Budol and Dugo

Budol-Budol and Dugo-Dugo gangs


Know how 'Budol-budol' gang operates

Watch Bistado to know how to protect yourself from 'Budol-budol' gang. - Jun 30, 2014


Watch Failon Ngayon as we discuss the issue of Budol Kwatro group, and their deception to some victims. Jun 20, 2015

Budol-budol is a scam principally involving a bundle (budol) of cash padded inside with sheets of paper cut in the size of money. Only the exposed sides however are real money, everything in between are plain paper cuttings.

Remark these are albums in the album "Gangs - Etc."

Look also the article HERE and the article Pa, daughter lost P23,000 to budol-budol gang By Alger Dura Sunday, April 27, 2014


Know the modus of Patay Gang

Bistado tracks down a group called Patay Gang. Manuel, a former member of the group reveals the modus operandi of the gang, which is to solicit money from people for the burial purposes of their "dead" relative.

Oct 27, 2014

Remark this is an album in the album "Gangs - Etc."


Protect yourself from Dugo-dugo Gang

The Dugo-Dugo gangs operate using the telephone. E.g. they will call the house, hoping that the maid will answer the telephone, telling her that the homeowner or her employer was in an accident, and that she needs to bring money to the hospital right away. After the maid gathers the required loot, they meet her and, while she is enchanted, steal the money.

so look:

Watch Bistado as they reenact how Dugo-dugo Gang operates and see how effective their style is. Jul 7, 2014


Girl loses P100K jewelry to 'Dugo-dugo' gang
Jun 19, 2015

Remark these are albums in the album "What´s Cyber & Phone Crime - How to protect against the crime"

Look MUCH MORE here: Cyber & Phone Crime


DOT Warns Public of Bogus Travel Agencies
Mar 31, 2017

Undersecretary for Tourism Regulation, Coordination and Resource Generation (TRCRG) Alma Rita Jimenez stressed the importance of using DOT accredited establishments and facilities to avoid being victim to these bogus activities.

Undersecretary Jimenez urged travelers to observe WISE, the acronym for: Work out your travel plans; Identify your tour/travel agencies; See if they are accredited; and Engage only those verified.


Top 5 Christmas Modus

Bistado presents the top 5 modus operandis usually evident during the Christmas season. Be aware of these crimes by watching this video.

Dec 15, 2014

Remark this is an album in the album "Gangs - Etc."

Organized crime e.g. syndicates - Etc.

Look also: IMPORTANT Cyber & Phone Crime e.g. about the emerging phenomenon called sextortion


International Criminal Police Cooperation - INTERPOL Manila & Philippine Center on Transnational Crime HERE

go to overview

The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC warns anew vs investment scams

The commission cautions the public against SUCCESS200 and FLAG Prosperity for their unauthorized investment-taking activities. 5:16 PM, July 22, 2015



by/Agnes M. Brazal


Investment scam victimizes Ifugao tribal people

More P40 million pesos are allegedly taken to the victims from Ifugao tribe. Aug 4, 2015


SEC warns public anew against investment scams

Muling nagpaalala sa publiko ang Securities and Exchange Commission laban sa mga investment company na layon lamang makapanloko ng mga mamumuhunan. Aug 26, 2015

Drug syndicates use social media for recruitment
by/Chay F. Hofileña May 01, 2015

Members of these syndicates befriend vulnerable victims they meet via the Internet and even offer marriage proposals to seal the relationship.
No different from terrorists, drug syndicates targeting potential drug couriers in the Philippines have resorted to social media, particularly Facebook and Twitter, to recruit new victims.

Look the article as pdf HERE

Look also the articles

Jee Ick Joo killed to 'silence' him on cops' extortion of Koreans
by Camille Elemia Updated February 23, 2017
UPDATED 'He was really going to be assassinated,' says Senior Superintendent Glenn Dumlao, chief of the PNP Anti-Kidnapping Group, citing the findings of the investigation into the South Korean businessman's death.

the Video:
Jee Ick Joo death 'Korean mafia-related'
Feb 23, 2017
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre says it possible that the Korean mafia is involved in the death of Jee Ick Joo, and has links to Korean embassy.

Korean execs: No mafia in Cebu
February 09, 2017 By Kevin A. Lagunda
Korean officials denied President Rodrigo Duterte’s claim about the presence of a mafia in Cebu formed by their countrymen.

Biz leaders downplay 'Korean Mafia' effect
February 07, 2017 By Katlene O. Cacho - Isolde D. Amante

PNP, NBI probe Korean mafia's hand behind Jee kidnap-slay case
February 06, 2017 By Keith A. Calayag

PDEA confirms Korean mafia presence in Cebu
February 06, 2017 By Johanna O. Bajenting, Elias O. Baquero, Sheila C. Gravinez
THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) - Central Visayas confirmed the pronouncement of President Rodrigo Duterte last Saturday night in Davao City that a Korean mafia is allegedly operating an illegal drug trade and a prostitution ring in Cebu.

'Narconomics': Lessons for the Philippines' war vs drugs
by Ronald U. Mendoza July 09, 2016
Lowering the age of criminality in the Philippines should be reconsidered. Throwing children in jail cells with hardened criminals may actually strengthen drug lords’ ability to recruit fresh talent – hardening youth who could have otherwise been saved from a life of crime and drugs.

Drug groups tap persons with HIV as couriers
by/Aries Rufo May 01, 2015
Drug syndicates think that tapping an HIV-positive foreign courier will result in repatriation to the country of origin rather than arrest.

International drug gangs prey on Filipinos abroad
by/Agence France-Presse Updated April 22, 2015
With many coming from poor farming areas and lacking in street smarts, they are easy pickings for international crime gangs on the hunt for drug mules

Powerful, dangerous, what are Chinese triads?
by Jodesz Gavilan September 07, 2017

Chinese triads started with extortion before branching out to more 'lucrative' crimes such as human trafficking, illegal drugs trade, and prostitution, among others
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday, September 7, accused Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte of being part of a Chinese organized crime group.


by/Venancio J. Tesoro
Penal Superintendent IV of the Bureau of Corrections

Kuratong Baleleng

an organized crime syndicate in the Philippines that once was an anti-communist vigilante group

The Kuratong Baleleng crime syndicate

which grabbed national attention because of a string of brazen bank robberies, kidnappings and a sensational rubout case against ranking police officers, is still alive and kicking.

Philippine organized crime syndicates

The Salisi gang

an organized crime syndicate originating and operating in the Philippines mostly in Metro Manila. It was founded by thieves and robbers from the slums of Manila.

Salisi Gang was formed in 1980 by ordinary thieves and their close allies in the Sindikatu. The gang drew membership from street children of the Metropolitan Manila area and the outlying provinces. In the beginning the group was mainly involved in petty thief, but later they started to get involved in organized crime

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Money Laundering

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BSP outlines new rules, penalties for money launderers
August 15, 2017

These new rules and penalties will cover all BSP-supervised personnel and are designed 'to ensure that the Philippines shall not be used as a money laundering site'.

PH 15th largest exporter of dirty money in developing world

by/Buena Bernal Dec 16, 2014

U.S. labels Philippines as major money laundering site again
By Chrisee Dela Paz Mar 6, 2017

For the US State Department, money laundering remains a serious concern in the Philippines due to its 'international narcotics trade,' corruption, and weak laws.

Palace: PH bent on staying away from dirty money 'gray list'
Chrisee Dela Paz March 03, 2016

This comes amid reports that $100 million in dirty money ended up being laundered in local casinos

Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2001 RA 9160


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Republic Act No 10927
amends the orginal AMLA, Republic Act No 9160.
President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law Republic Act No 10927, which puts casinos under the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA) of 2001.
The law, signed by Duterte on Friday, July 14, says that casinos, "including internet or ship-based" ones, are now regarded as covered persons under AMLA.

PH to strengthen financial system’s legal framework
May 11, 2016
The Department of Finance submitted a proposal to strengthen the country’s Anti-Money Laundering Act to the congressional leadership.

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What is the Anti-money Laundering Act of 2001 - Remark this is an album in the album "Laws - Constitution & Laws of the Philippines - Etc."

Casinos now covered by anti-money laundering law
by Pia Ranada July 19, 2017

UPDATED Casinos are now required to report casino cash transactions exceeding P5 million, according to AMLA amendments signed by President Rodrigo Duterte

RA 9160


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Dummies? NBI probes De Lima's friends for laundering
September 23, 2016
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says also under investigation are several corporations, where some of the stockholders reportedly have connections to drug lords

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Crimes - Etc. e.g. Graft, Corruption, Plunder, Bribery and Libel

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Crime in the Philippines
Organized crime
Petty crime
Violent crime
Human trafficking
Corruption and police misconduct

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Marcos plundered to 'protect' the economy? Makes no economic sense
by JC Punongbayan September 11, 2017

Let’s not sugarcoat it: What the Marcoses did was quite possibly the biggest presidential plunder in history.


Ombudsman asks SC to strike down ‘delay’ doctrine
by Lian Buan April 01, 2017

The Office of the Ombudsman says the anti-graft court Sandiganbayan's interpretation of the 'delay' doctrine is confusing and risks letting corrupt officials go unscathed

Imelda Marcos' 26-year-running graft case to conclude soon
August 02, 2017
After the prosecutors send their memorandum, the case will be set for judgment.
Ombudsman prosecutors are set to submit on August 4 their memorandum summarizing their case against Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos over 10 graft charges in a corruption case that's lasted 26 years.
The charges, filed in 1991, accuse Marcos of creating private foundations in Switzerland and having financial interests in several enterprises from 1978 to 1984 while she was governor of Metro Manila.

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Ombudsman panel urges Sandiganbayan to convict Imelda Marcos for graft
September 17, 2017
The graft charges against former First Lady and now Ilocos Norte 2nd District Representative Imelda Marcos have spanned 26 years.

Nur Misuari charged for P115M ghost projects in ARMM
by Lian Buan May 24, 2017

Nur Misuari is enjoying temporary freedom from rebellion charges related to the 2013 Zamboanga siege, courtesy of President Duterte

TIMELINE: Pork barrel scam 'queen' Napoles in detention
May 21, 2017

See how the cases against Janet Lim Napoles have progressed, from her first detention at Camp Bagong Diwa until her return there.

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Napoles tags Drilon, Trillanes, De Lima in PDAF scam
by Lian Buan and Camille Elemia May 29, 2017

Justice Secretary Aguirre on pork scam, martial law, and war on drugs
June 01, 2017

The opposition senators slam the allegation as 'black propaganda,' saying President Rodrigo Duterte is only seeking revenge against his critics.

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House hearings on the alleged misuse of Ilocos Norte tobacco funds
May 16, 29, June 20, July 25, August 09, 23, 31 and September 25, 2017
The House committee on good government and public accountability wants Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos to personally explain why the capitol used P66.45 million in tobacco funds to purchase motor vehicles.
Ilocos Norte’s tobacco funds go to Imee Marcos' pet projects
(in the album May 16, 2017)
by Carmela Fonbuena May 17, 2017
Representative Rodolfo Fariñas leads a House probe of Ferdinand Marcos' daughter. Their families were longtime allies until they split in 2015.

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Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG)

Marcos ill-gotten wealth!

"Is Duterte, a Marcos lapdog"

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Mark Chua, Imee boyfriend, still a no-show in House hearing
by Bea Cupin September 25, 2017 - with Video
Mark Chua, a Singapore-based businessman and long-time partner of Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos, was nowhere to be seen on Monday, September 25, despite a subpoena issued to him by the House committee on good government and public accountability.
Chua had been named as the man Fabian Go, president of Granstar Motors and Industrial Corporation, transacted with in the purchase of vehicles from China.

Ilocos Norte vehicle supplier dealt with Imee Marcos' boyfriend
by Bea Cupin August 31, 2017
Despite meeting the couple Imee Marcos and Mark Chua, businessman Fabian Go claims he had no idea he was selling the vehicles to a local government.

Imee Marcos jokes: Easy to drag 'jobless' Enrile around
by Mara Cepeda July 25, 2017 - with Video
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos brought out the big guns and got Enrile as her legal counsel as she faced the House committee on good government and public accountability on Tuesday, July 25.

Imee Marcos apologizes to House, Aquino over P100-M bribe claim
by Mara Cepeda July 25, 2017 - with Video
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos admits she made the allegation against the Liberal Party and its chairman emeritus, former president Benigno Aquino III, out of 'mere suspicion'

Imee Marcos grilled over ‘gross negligence’ in tobacco fund use
by Mara Cepeda July 25, 2017 - with Video
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos maintains the transactions were aboveboard and benefitted local tobacco farmers.

Imee Marcos shows up at House probe
by Mara Cepeda July 25, 2017 - with Videos
UPDATED Former Senate president Juan Ponce Enrile will serve as the Ilocos Norte governor's lawyer at the congressional inquiry into her alleged tobacco fund misuse

Fariñas joined distribution of mini-cabs probed by House – Imee Marcos
by Mara Cepeda July 14, 2017
'Kayo na lang po ang humusga,' says the Ilocos Norte governor of photos of Ilocos Norte 1st District Representative Rodolfo Fariñas with her when she distributed the vehicles in 2012

Imee Marcos demands end to House 'inquisition'
by Mara Cepeda July 13, 2017
'Pulitikang lokal ang pinagmulan nito. Bakit hindi ibalik sa Ilocos Norte ang laban na 'yan?' says Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos as she slams the House probe led by Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas.

In this corner, Marcos vs Fariñas
July 03, 2017
Welcome to a world beyond your control, Governor Marcos

What local governments owe tobacco farmers
Part 1 - with video
Tobacco farmers in Sta Cruz, Ilocos Sur, say their local government uses its share in excise taxes on cigarettes in funding non-tobacco farming projects.

To shift or not: Ilocos Sur farmers urged to keep growing tobacco
Part 2
Candon City in Ilocos Sur goes against the Philippines' local and international commitments to shift farmers away from tobacco to alternative crops and livelihood.

Both by Jee Y. Geronimo May 29 - 30, 2017
House summons Imee Marcos to tobacco funds probe
by Mara Cepeda May 29, 2017 - with video
UPDATED The House committee on good government and public accountability also detains 6 Ilocos Norte officials for giving 'dismissive' answers during the hearing

Ilocos Norte’s tobacco funds go to Imee Marcos' pet projects
by Carmela Fonbuena May 17, 2017
Representative Rodolfo Fariñas leads a House probe of Ferdinand Marcos' daughter. Their families were longtime allies until they split in 2015.

FAST FACTS: Tobacco funds in the Philippines
by Jodesz Gavilan May 16, 2017
Use of tobacco funds by local government units has long been marred by issues of corruption.
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos has been accused of misusing the tobacco funds allotted to her farmer-constituents.

House warns Imee Marcos: Attend probe or face arrest
June 18, 2017
The Ilocos Norte governor would be cited in contempt if she skips the House hearing set for July 25, says Representative Johnny Pimentel

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Arresting Imee Marcos would be hard
July 02, 2017
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos would face arrest if she does not attend the July 25 House hearing.
House committee on good government and public accountability chairperson Johnny Pimentel said: I think it is hard to arrest an incumbent governor – with a Marcos surname at that – if we will issue a warrant of arrest, this person is very powerful.

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House says Imee Marcos can still work as governor while in detention
by Mara Cepeda July 03, 2017 - with video
The House also readies the detention room of the 3 CA justices who ordered the provisional release of 6 Ilocos Norte officials implicated in the tobacco funds probe.

Red flags in Imee's Ilocos Norte and P66.45M tobacco fund use
July 01, 2017
Missing documents, improper bidding processes, and officials mum on the issue surround the alleged misuse by Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos of millions worth of tobacco funds.

House summons Imee Marcos to tobacco fund hearing
June 28, 2017
If she fails to attend the July 25 hearing, then the Ilocos Norte governor will be arrested by the House, where her accuser Rodolfo Fariñas is majority leader.

'Mastermind' muzzling Ilocos Norte execs in House probe, says Fariñas
June 16, 2017
Asked whether he was referring to Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos, Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas says, 'Your guess is as good as mine, maybe even better'

House panel wants Imee Marcos to explain P66.45M in 'misused' tobacco funds
May 03, 2017
UPDATED Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos' lawyer slams the 'irresponsible conclusions' and describes the House probe as 'premature politicking'

Trillanes to sue Mocha Uson, Erwin Tulfo for libel
by Camille Elemia September 11, 2017

'Hindi na pupuwede 'yung fake news... Hahabulin at hahabulin ko kayo every time,' says opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.
Opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is set to file libel charges against Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson, radio commentator Erwin Tulfo, and a journalist allegedly behind a propaganda website.
Trillanes claimed these 3 are responsible for spreading fake news about his alleged offshore bank accounts, as alleged by President Rodrigo Duterte.

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It’s a go, says Trillanes on libel case vs Mocha
By Julliane Love De Jesus September 13, 2017

Malacañang confident Duterte has 'substantial' evidence vs Trillanes
by Pia Ranada September 11, 2017
President Rodrigo Duterte is only out to 'destroy' the accusations of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, not the senator himself, says Malacañang

Crimes without complainants
March 14, 2017
LAST week, lawyer Eduardo Soleng urged business owners in Cebu to avoid giving cash or gifts, including lechon, to persuade government employees to handle their transactions in their favor. He also asked them to report extortion attempts to the ombudsman’s office or the civil Service Commission.
When people talk about corruption, the focus usually stays on the government worker or official who receives gifts or cash, whether they asked for these or not. Are the sources of these gifts not required to be accountable as well? They are, and plenty of laws are clear on that matter.
Duterte warns more appointees to be fired over corruption
by Pia Ranada March 03, 2017
After firing the NIA chief and his fraternity brothers from the BI, the President vows to fire more of his appointees who figure in corruption

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Duterte: ‘I did not say I will kill plunderers’
March 03, 2017 By Alwen Saliring, Abigail Viguella
"I said I will stop corruption but I did not say I am going to kill the plunderer.”

Bureau of Fire Protection, BFP

Will you report corrupt fire bureau officials?
by Aika Rey March 31, 2017
The Bureau of Fire Protection and the Department of the Interior and Local Government urge the public to have the courage to report and file complaints against erring BFP personnel.

CA rejects Yasay appointment as foreign secretary
with video
by Paterno Esmaquel II March 08, 2017
UPDATED President Rodrigo Duterte can no longer reappoint Perfecto Yasay Jr as foreign secretary after the CA rejected him over citizenship issues

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Beyond Yasay's lies
March 13, 2017
The Commission on Appointments has the power to confirm, bypass, or reject the appointment of top public officials and senior military officers. But here are 5 reasons this power is flawed.

Lawmakers told Duterte: Yasay 'cannot be saved anymore'
by Pia Ranada March 09, 2017
When the President's Congress allies meet him in Malacañang on the eve of Perfecto Yasay Jr's confirmation hearing, they prepare him for the inevitable

FACT CHECK: Did Rappler say Yasay got U.S. passport in 2006?
by Paterno Esmaquel II March 08, 2017
Rappler never reported that Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr 'was issued a passport in 2006' as Yasay claimed.

Yasay lied under oath, now admits owning U.S. passport
with videos
by Paterno Esmaquel II March 06, 2017
Is the Philippines' foreign secretary an American citizen? Perfecto Yasay Jr backtracks on his earlier statements – one of these under oath – that he never owned a US passport.

CA members to reject Yasay appointment
by Camille Elemia March 07, 2017
UPDATED 'Buo ang paniniwala ng members of the Commission on Appointments na talagang nagkaroon siya ng US citizenship,' says Senator Panfilo Lacson, CA foreign affairs committee chair.

U.S. citizenship issue hounds Yasay ahead of CA confirmation
with video
by Rappler Investigative Team January 10, 2017
Nagging issues against Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr include the pending criminal charges filed against him by BSP and his flip-flopping statements.
Rappler found out that he had a US passport with No. 121190223, which he supposedly used in travels from 2007 to 2009.

Why Yasay believes Duterte shouldn't sack him this year
Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr claims he does not know that President Rodrigo Duterte wants to replace him, despite Duterte's pronouncements.

Criminal charges filed by Central Bank still haunt Yasay
The Commission on Appointments (CA) is set to grill Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr over 4 criminal against him before the DOJ once his confirmation hearing continues.
The Philippines' top diplomat, a former bank director, is the subject of 4 criminal charges lodged by the BSP in April 2011 "for falsification, grant of illegal loans, and major violations of banking laws.

On U.S. citizenship: Did Yasay commit perjury?
'I am so sad that he could lie under oath before the members of the Commission on Appointments,' Representative Josephine Ramirez Sato tells Rappler.

TIMELINE: When Foreign Secretary Yasay was a foreigner
From becoming a foreigner after Ferdinand Marcos is toppled, Perfecto Yasay Jr is appointed foreign secretary under President Rodrigo Duterte

All above by Paterno Esmaquel II February 27, 28, March 04, 2017

Refuting Yasay: No oath of allegiance for green card holders or NY Bar passers
by Carlo Osi and Elaine San Juan-Tica March 04, 2017
To be clear, taking an oath of allegiance to the United States is not a requirement to obtain LPR/green card status. But it is a requirement to become a naturalized citizen of the US.

Plunder cases in the Philippines: Was anyone punished?
by Michael Bueza February 18, 2017
Of the two people convicted of plunder so far, only one – a lowly BIR cashier – is still serving her sentence. Former president Joseph Estrada was pardoned.
Tuguegarao mayor: How to face cases and stay in office
by Lian Buan and Raymon Dullana February 19, 2017

Mayor Jefferson Soriano has faced 4 corruption charges and an electoral fraud case, but has been able to hold on to office for 4 years, with a re-election in between.

Graft and corruption in our everyday lives
by Gideon Lasco February 15, 2017

Leadership plays a decisive, if not central, role. We can also fight the monster with our bare hands.

Corruption perceptions index 2016

Sad - still same low score "35" for the Philippines, ranks 101/176 countries

Tracking Sandiganbayan: Who's who in PH's biggest corruption cases?
by Lian Buan January 22, 2017

Which corruption cases are still pending before the anti-graft court and what are their statuses in the judicial process?

Plunder & graft trials: How do cases proceed through the courts?
by Lian Buan January 15, 2017

Some experts say it could be 10 years before the pork barrel scam cases are resolved. What exactly goes on inside the courts?

Plunder is a heinous crime
February 13, 2017

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Panelo: 'Plunder is a heinous crime’
February 14, 2017 By Ruth Abbey Gita
CHIEF Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo said Tuesday that plunder should not be excluded in the list of offenses punishable by death.


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Coco levy fund scam: Gold for the corrupt, crumbs for farmers
by Camille Elemia January 21, 2017
Part 1: Many coconut farmers have died waiting in vain, and with them went the hope they would one day reap the 'rewards' of what's seen as among the biggest scams of the century.
The 3 are among the 3.5 million coconut farmers, earning an estimated P16,000 annually and belonging to the country’s poorest of the poor. They are victims of the coco levy fund scam from 1971 to 1983 under the Marcos administration, with collected taxes amounting to P9.7 billion.
These farmers were taxed by the government, only for their payments to be used by former president Ferdinand Marcos and his alleged cronies, Eduardo "Danding" Cojuangco Jr, Juan Ponce Enrile, and some others, to invest in and buy businesses for their own benefit.

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The politics of the coco levy scam: From Marcos to Noynoy Aquino
by Camille Elemia January 22, 2017
PART 2: More than the long, arduous fights in court for the coconut levy funds, the main battleground is in Malacañang and Congress, where politics comes into play.
The controversial coco levy fund began under former president Ferdinand Marcos in 1971 when he and his cronies enacted a law that imposed taxes on coconut farmers’ products.
But more than 4 decades since then, coconut farmers have yet to receive their "promised rewards." What happened to the billions of pesos of coco levy funds under each administration?


Return coco levy to farmers? Duterte's promise and political will
by Camille Elemia January 23, 2017
PART 3: Will the coconut farmers, among the country's poorest of the poor, finally claim what is rightfully theirs as promised by the President?
It's been a promise made in every presidential campaign – that government would finally return the money to coco farmers. Yet, almost 45 years since former president Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies, including Eduardo "Danding" Cojuangco Jr, imposed coco levies or taxes on coconut products, farmers have yet to see and feel the “reward” promised them.

5 reasons the gold shipment complaint vs Aquino is a joke
by Lian Buan January 07, 2017

Wrong documents, wrong dates, wrong government posts are cited.
On Friday, January 6, a certain Rogelio Cantora filed with the Office of the Ombudsman a plunder complaint against former president Benigno Aquino III for allegedly authorizing the illegal transfer of 3,500 metric tons of gold from Switzerland to Thailand.
But here are 5 reasons these allegations should be taken with a grain of salt


President Rodrigo Duterte on the fight against corruption
Jan 1, 2017
Three days before the year ends, President Rodrigo Duterte talks about fighting corruption: "You can help by being assertive of your rights."
Do you have experiences of corruption or want to commend good services in government? Report to!

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Duterte: Say 'No' to corruption
January 02, 2017
United Nations Convention against Corruption
Background of the United Nations Convention against Corruption

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4th State Conference of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, UNCAC Implementation Review
Malacañan Palace, December 7, 2016

Remark this is an album in the album "Graft, Corruption and Bribery"

Ombudsman probes Dela Rosa's Pacquiao-funded trip
by Katerina Francisco Updated November 11, 2016

Public officials are prohibited from receiving gifts of significant value. The PNP chief has admitted that Senator Pacquiao took care of his and his family's airfare, accommodations, and even allowance.

Online libel tops cybercrime cases in the Philippines for 2016
by Katerina Francisco January 27, 2017

The number of cybercrime complaints has increased over the past 3 years, with online libel, online scams, and identity theft being the most common complaints.


Graft, Corruption and Bribery

Graft and corruption in the government
by/JUAN PAOLO ARANAS, Part-time Instructor/Office Staff, Bids & Awards Committee Bohol Island State University Main Campus - Look this as ppt
HERE or as pdf HERE

The hidden cost of corruption
Sep 26, 2016
Corruption has become too common in public service. So common that we let it slide and forget about its long term impact on our economy and society. Though we don't see it or feel it directly, corruption has a huge impact on our country's governance. Take a stand against corruption and join our movement. Say no to corruption and pledge that it will not happen on your watch. #NotOnMyWatch

Habitus: Graft and Corruption in the Philippines
A Documentary in Public Economics, Econ 3033 Mar 12, 2013

Graft & Corruption in the Philippines
kaspil2 a53 grp. 5 Apr 2, 2014

Corruption in the Philippines
Final Requirement for ZEC 119 Mar 16, 2015

BUWIS=BUHAY: a documentary about corruption
Sep 30, 2015 by Ken Balmedina

Moral Theology: Graft and Corruption
Mar 14, 2014 ryan geronimo

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'Corruption meter': How gov't agencies fare in fighting corruption
by Michael Bueza August 13, 2016

The Bureau of Customs has consistently been seen as the least sincere in fighting corruption, based on SWS surveys among business owners and managers
The effects of corruption can be felt not only by individual Filipinos but by businesses and corporations as well.

#NotOnMyWatch: Pledge to fight corruption
Do you know government agencies that engage in corrupt practices?
A 2013 survey by the Office of the Ombudsman showed that one in 20 Filipino families admitted giving bribes in transactions with government agencies.
What would you do to stop corruption in government?

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Impact of corruption on the Philippines
by Aika Rey August 10, 2016
Sums lost to corruption could have been used for education, health, or infrastructure.
Are you aware of how huge the impact of corruption is on the country?
Under the administration of former president Benigno Aquino III, the campaign on good governance was hinged on the slogan, "Pag walang kurap, walang mahirap (if there is no corruption, there is no poverty)."
Netizens on #CorruptionPH: Come forward to report cases
by Aika Rey July 17, 2016

How can the public help stop corrupt practices? Social media users weigh in on the fight against corruption.
The country remains perceived as one of the most corrupt nations in the Asia-Pacific region.
In the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) for 2015, for instance, the Philippines slid to 95th out of 168 countries, with a score of 35/100.

How safe are we? Cebu among top 5 cities with murder, robbery cases

By Oscar C. Pineda, Isolde D. Amante April 03, 2016


Increasing crime rate
Mar 30, 2016

Crime rates seems to be increasing every year.

Is there progress in fighting corruption?
by/ Reynaldo Santos Jr March 18, 2016

If conviction and case disposal rates are good indicators of fighting corruption, how do the Sandiganbayan and Ombudsman fare?

PH slides in global corruption ranking
by/ KD Suarez January 27, 2016

The Philippines is now ranked 95th among 168 countries included in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index

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by Aika Rey July 15, 2016
Know more about efforts to curb corruption in the Philippines

Plunder in the Philippines
by/ Michael Bueza June 21, 2014

Get to know the origins of the Anti-Plunder Law, and the plunder cases that have been filed since 1997

Recovering Marcos’ ill-gotten wealth: After 30 years, what?
by/ Philip M. Lustre Jr. Feb 25, 2016

The irony – or tragedy – is that despite overwhelming evidence against them, not one of the Marcoses and their cronies had spent a day in prison for plundering the nation

Look also Philippines’ president warns against return of Marcos dynasty 30 years after 'People Power’ uprising
by/Philip Sherwell, Asia Editor 25 Feb 2016

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Laws about Graft, Bribery and Plunder

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What are the Sandiganbayan's oldest pending cases?
by Michael Bueza April 22, 2017
Among the oldest cases are the graft cases against Imelda Marcos and civil forfeiture cases against former president Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies.
Graft cases against former First Lady and current Ilocos Norte representative Imelda Marcos are among the oldest pending cases at the Sandiganbayan.
Department of Justice

Anti-Graft laws


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and the Video RA 3019 PHILIPPINE LAWS AUDIOBOOK Feb 27, 2014

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Look also the article Plunder in the Philippines
by/ Michael Bueza June 21, 2014
Get to know the origins of the Anti-Plunder Law, and the plunder cases that have been filed since 1997

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Feb 27, 2014

RA 7080 - Plunder and Bail
Jul 1, 2014
What is plunder? What are the acts that constitute as plunder? Is it a bailable offense? What are the penalties for plunder?

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