Albayalde orders review of Trillanes’ police detail over amnesty issue
The recall was ordered on the same day President Rodrigo Duterte’s Proclamation 572 was published in a national newspaper
Following President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to revoke Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s amnesty,
Philippine National Police chief Oscar Albayalde also ordered the recall of the opposition senator’s police detail.
A source from the PNP confirmed this to Rappler on Thursday, October 4. The source said Albayalde ordered it on September 4, the same day Duterte’s Proclamation 572.
“Guidance in CPNP (It was the guidance of the head of the PNP),” said a source from the PNP
Police Security and Protection Group in an instant message to Rappler.
Another source aware of the issue affirms that the representative’s police detail without a doubt review.
Rappler looked for Trillanes’ remark however he still can’t seem to react as of posting.
In July, the PNP likewise attempted to evacuate Trillanes’ security detail yet pulled out after the congressperson reported it.
Duterte’s declaration provoked the Department of Justice to apply for capture warrants and a hold flight arrange against the representative before Makati City Regional Trial Court branches 148 and 150.
Makati RTC Branch 150, hearing the representative’s defiance case for the 2007 Manila Peninsula attack, issued a capture warrant, referring to Trillanes’ inability to deliver his absolution application frame. Trillanes quickly posted a P200,000 safeguard.
Makati RTC Branch 148 presently can’t seem to settle on the issue. Branch 148, dealing with the non-bailable rebellion body of evidence against Trillanes regarding the 2003 Oakwood insurrection, rather set a hearing for Friday, October 5.