Garbo to face damage suit
PABLO Garcia III, son of suspended Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia, said he would sue the chief of the regional police for recommending the revocation of his gun licenses.
“Sige lang, see you in court (Chief Supt. Marcelo) Garbo sa imong pagka garboso,” Garcia said.
Garbo, who was in Manila yesterday, finalized his recommendation to Camp Crame to revoke the firearm licenses of Garcia and two of his companions over the Dec. 19, 2012 incident in the Capitol where a police officer was smacked in the head in a confrontation with Governor Garcia’s son and supporters.
Also at risk is Garcia’s business, the GCC Security Group , which police earlier said had an expired license, which Paolo denied.
Paolo lamented that the family-owned security agency was being targeted by the police after their encounter.
He said he’s been receiving death threats over the phone and social networking sites, and that he received a letter that say: “Bantay-bantay diha kay katapusan mo na”.
Garcia said two men in a motorcycle were seen tailing him each time he goes home at night.
Despite the threats, he said he will not seek help from authorities and said that Garbo is to be blames should anything happen to him.
“I still have the trust and faith in our policemen, but for Garbo I don’t trust one bit.”
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