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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Fake raid? Was the P1B worth of liquid shabu seized in Pampanga pure Drama? ~SHARE

I COULD NOT HELP BUT SHAKE MY HEAD IN DISBELIEF that they raided a place and no one was arrested.

This is how I figure the process works. First, someone gives a tip. Then they go on surveillance to verify if there is any suspicious activity.  During the process of surveillance, for sure they have cameras so they can record the people going in and out of the place.

The people going in and out can also be followed so they can get additional intelligence.

Before the place was raided; surely they should have deployed a 'scout' so the raiding team can time their arrival and provide them with live intelligence.

But in the end, they raided the place and caught no one.

The report says there was P1 billion worth of shabu. That is the street price, the price of the raw materials is much less.

I can't help but speculate. Was this all drama as an intro to Duterte's arrival so that they can justify their paycheck? Or did the drug lord have a spy inside the PNP or PDEA.? I am just thinking out loud because I find this incredible.

P1B worth of liquid shabu seized in Pampanga
Published May 31, 2016 10:12am

At least P1 billion worth of liquid shabu were seized from a house in Angeles City, Pampanga on Tuesday morning.

Senior Superintendent Leonardo Suan, deputy director of the Philippine National Police's Anti-Illegal Drugs Group, said the liquid shabu were stored in at least 50 water containers and stored in rooms of one of the houses in Villa Dolores Subdivision in Barangay Sto. Domingo.

Suan said that the liquid shabu is the fourth stage of shabu manufacturing. He said that it will be placed in a freezer to crystalize.

Aside from the liquid shabu placed in water gallons, the operatives also found chemicals used in cooking shabu.

GMA News' Emil Sumangil reported on Balitanghali that according to the house's owner, lawyer Orlando Pangilinan, a Taiwanese national was renting the place.

Sumangil said that according to Pangilinan, the house was owned by actor Robin Padilla.

He also reported that the air-conditioning unit installed in the room where the containers of liquid shabu where found was still on when the raiding team breached the house.

However, no one was arrested. —report from Emil Sumangil/ALG, GMA News


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  3. wild thinking lang...possible kaya... ipa-bid lahat nung mga nahuli na epektos....i-award sa lowest bidder...tapos; lahat ng lossing bidder will have a chance to win the drugs back...kung magtuturo sila ng mga insiders o mga sangkot na galing sa NBI/PDI/Congress/Senate. Kung sinong pinaka madami at credible na maituturo, kaniya na drugs, i-deport o bigyan ng free travel pabalik sa Tsina. Bahala na mga intsik na mag-agawan sa kanila.... haha , baka lang pwede. at least wala na dito yung droga at drug lord. May idea na tayo king sino mga anay sa lipunan natin.. bahala na si batman sa kanila. :)