The cops allegedly learned drug recycling from recently sacked PDEA deputy chief Ismael Fajardo
The Philippine National Police has sacked cops named in President Rodrigo Duterte’s so-called drug
matrix, PNP spokesperson Chief Superintendent Benigno Durana announced on Thursday, October 11.
According to the assignment orders that Durana shared to reporters, the following placed in the Camp Crame police holding unit:
Senior Superintendent Leonardo Ramos Suan
Superintendent Lorenzo Cusay Bacia
Senior Inspector Lito Torres Pirote
Inspector Conrado Hernandez Caragdag
Senior Police Officer IV Alejandro Gerardo Liwanag
If they fail to report, they would considered AWOL which could grounds for their dismissal.
Reusing unlawful medications
In the event that they neglect to report, they would viewed as AWOL which could be reason for their rejection.
For what reason would they say they named? As per the grid of Duterte, the cops were supposedly occupied with reusing unlawful medications. They evidently took in medication reusing from previous police colonel and as of late sacked Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency vice president Ismael Fajardo.
They required to set in prohibitive guardianship, which implies that they would confined inside the police camp.
Meanwhile, CIDG test requested: In a press preparation in his Camp Crame office on Thursday, Durana reported that PNP boss Director General Oscar Albayalde coordinated the PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) to test the reassigned cops.
The CIDG’s undertaking, Durana’s stated, is to decide both authoritative and criminal risk. This implies the PNP would even now need to get ready grumblings against the cops in spite of general society allegation of the President against them. (READ: Policing the PNP: Scalawags ruin Duterte promise to end wrongdoing)
“This is on the grounds that, clearly, there is by all accounts criminal obligation, the nature of the allegation has criminal risk, so it’s best to have the CIDG,” Durana said.