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Monday, June 13, 2016

Without proof DUTERTE HATERS maliciously blame him for Sunshine Mallari Capinpin's death ~SHARE

Sunshine Mallari Capinpin
Once again, the enemies of Duterte will do anything to incite people to anger.  My theory is that they are doing this so they can do a "People Power" against Duterte before June 30,2016.

One of the stories anti-Dutertes circulated online to anger Pinoy citizens was about the death of Sunshine Mallari Capinpin which they blamed on Duterte. They offered no proof to support their claim and when I googled Sunshine Mallari Capinpin, there were no results from a reliable sources about her death. The only connection to the Sunshine death incident was the mention of her alleged uncle named Enrique Mendiola.

The social media war against Digong is operated by paid hacks of the drug lords and political interest groups who are working overtime to make Duterte fail.   I think their goal is to have a rally which they hope will evolve into a people power so that their military faction will then attempt a coup d'etat.

What have the enemies of Duterte been doing in the last two weeks to destabilize the country? I believe they have been conditioning the minds of the people because of the activities that are shown below.
  1. Two weeks ago, stories circulated in social media that Duterte supporters regretted voting for Duterte.
  2. Then Cristy Fermin followed up with a claim that Duterte supporters were regretting voting for Duterte.
  3. Last week, three conflicting stories from anti-Duterte groups circulated regarding the death of Sunshine Mallari Capinpin who was killed together with her uncle Enrique Mendiola.

    The first story blamed the death squads because her uncle was said to be a drug pusher and was killed.
    The second story blamed the NPA because the uncle was said to have military connections.
    The third story was that her uncle was killed by the military because he was an NPA.

    However there is a fourth angle which was reported on the PhilStar which said that Enrique Mendiola may have been killed by rival drug gangs.
  4. Cynthia Patag organized a protest against Duterte on Independence Day, Sunday, June 12, 2016.
  5. Then last June 11, PhilStar & Inquirer published a misleading story that SWS reported Duterte's Trust Rating dropped to 26%. As it turned out, the two newspapers told a story about an old survey and made it appear that it was a current poll.
Shown below is the PhilStar story which is the basis of my comments.

Top Isabela, Pampanga drug suspects slain
By Raymund Catindig, Ding Cervantes, Roel PareƱo (The Philippine Star)
Updated June 11, 2016 - 12:00am
http://www.philstar.com/nation/2016/06/11/1591718/top-isabela-pampanga-drug-suspects-slain

TUGUEGARAO CITY, Philippines – The top drug suspects in the towns of Isabela and Pampanga have been killed in gun attacks.

Jefferson Basa was in a tricycle when unidentified motorcycle-riding men fired at him in Barangay San Andres in Cabatuan, Isabela at dawn yesterday, said Senior Inspector Noriel Lacangan, Cabatuan police chief.

Lacangan said Basa was the second most wanted drug personality in Aurora town.

Basa was pronounced dead on arrival in a hospital. Four bullet shells for a .45-caliber pistol were recovered at the scene.

In Arayat, Pampanga, Enrique Mendiola, 40, was about to ride a tricycle at Plaza Luma when he was shot dead by two men on a motorcycle.

Arayat Mayor Bon Alejandrino said Mendiola was a known drug pusher in the town and a suspect  in last week’s killing of a certain Joel Garcia, another drug personality.

Alejandrino said the killing of Mendiola could be perpetrated by vigilantes, but cited reports that those involved in illegal drugs are fighting with each other for fear of the tough anti-drug stance of the incoming administration.

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte had promised to eradicate the drug menace within three to six months.

More arrests
Meanwhile, a person ranked fourth on the list of drug personalities in Zamboanga City, and his wife were arrested in a sting on Thursday.

Alnazer Madji Abduhari, alias Tatoo, and his wife Khaterin Alam Padilla were collared in Barangay Kampong Islam, said Chief Inspector Hingming Ladjaali.

Several sachets of suspected shabu, drug paraphernalia, P200 in cash and a notebook containing the list of drug personalities were recovered from the suspects.

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