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22 cops in Quezon shooting facing charges, dismissal

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Supt. Hansel Marantan. MARICAR P. CINCO / INQUIRER SOUTHERN LUZON

They did not only break police checkpoint rules but they also went beyond their jurisdiction.

So for committing “very serious violations” of the rules, the 22 policemen involved in the gunslaying of 13 people in Atimonan, Quezon province, on Jan. 6 are now facing dismissal from the service.

Director General Alan Purisima, Philippine National Police chief, told a press briefing Thursday that he had approved the recommendation of the PNP Internal Affairs Service (IAS) to bring administrative charges against the policemen led by Supt. Hansel Marantan, the ground commander of the police team at a checkpoint along Maharlika Highway in Atimonan, where the 13 men were killed in a supposed shootout with the authorities.

Besides Marantan, facing administrative charges are Chief Insp. Grant Gollod, Supt. Ramon Balauag, Senior Insp. John Paulo Carracedo, Inspectors Timoteo Orig, Ferdinand Aguilar and Evaristo San Juan.

Also facing administrative charges are SPO3 Joselito de Guzman, Senior Police Officers 1 Claro Cataquiz Jr. and Arturo Sarmiento, Police Officers 3 Benedict Dimayuga and Eduardo Oronan, Police Officers 2 Ronnie Serdena, Esperidion Corpuz, Nelson Indal and Al Bhazar Jailani, and Police Officers 1 Wryan Sardea, Rodel Talento, Allen Ayobo and Esperidion de Leon.

“The PNP … continued with our administrative processes … We [did] this in order to identify and correct operational lapses that would lead to the improvement of our mandate of serving and protecting the people,” Purisima said.

Besides filing administrative cases for violation of the police operational procedures, Purisima said he had ordered Director Alexander Roldan, IAS inspector general, to continue the investigation and determine other possible liabilities of the policemen.

He said the precharge investigation and summary proceedings of the IAS would take at least three months.

“Based on the thorough and deliberate evaluation of the pieces of evidence gathered, the IAS found violations of some provisions of the police operational procedures,” Purisima said.

“In view of these findings, I approved the recommendation of the IAS to formally charge the PNP personnel who took part in the Atimonan checkpoint … These are very serious violations.”

Should they be found guilty, Roldan said the policemen may be dropped from the rolls and criminal charges may be brought against them.

Purisima said the policemen had been placed under restrictive custody at the Personnel Holding and Administrative Unit in Camp Crame to ensure their appearance in the IAS proceedings.

Wheelchair-bound

Marantan, the only one on the government side who was  wounded in the supposed shootout, was wheeled into the PNP General Hospital yesterday to undergo therapy for at least a month, according to Chief Supt. Angelita Vidal, director of the PNP Health Service.

Vidal said the wheelchair-bound Marantan had metal braces on his left arm and both his legs when he was brought to the orthopedic ward of the hospital at around 1:30 p.m.

“He needs to be confined at the hospital while he’s undergoing physical therapy. He still cannot walk. He’s also complaining about numbness in his left hand,” Vidal told reporters.

Purisima said he had asked permission from President Aquino to bring similar administrative charges against Chief Supt. James Melad and Senior Supt. Valeriano de Leon, who were sacked as Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon) police director and Quezon police chief, respectively.

Under the PNP law, police officials with the rank of senior superintendent and higher are considered presidential appointees.

Purisima said: “The Atimonan incident may have placed the entire police organization in a bad light. But we take it as an opportunity for us to aggressively push for the necessary reforms and programs to give the Filipino people the best service and protection they deserve from the PNP.”

Jurisdiction

Citing the findings of IAS investigators, Purisima said Marantan’s group, which was composed mainly of officers from the Atimonan police station, violated the policy on territorial jurisdiction by putting up the first layer of the checkpoint in Barangay Tanauan, a village in the adjacent town of Plaridel.

The incident, which Justice Secretary Leila de Lima described as “definitely not a shootout,” happened at the second and main police blockade located in Barangay (village) Lumutan in Atimonan.

The second checkpoint was set up about 500 meters after the first one, Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas said in a previous interview.

Marantan’s group put up a third checkpoint, also 500 meters from the main police blockade, Roxas said.

“The area was outside the jurisdiction of the Atimonan police office because they conducted the checkpoint in Plaridel town. The first checkpoint was actually 5 meters away from the boundary of Atimonan,” Roldan said.

“It’s clear here that members of the Atimonan police were there at the first checkpoint [although] the place where [it was set up] was in Plaridel town,” Purisima said.

Asked why Marantan chose to tap the Atimonan police in carrying out the operation against illegal gambling lord Victor “Vic” Siman, Purisima said Marantan and Gollod, who was also relieved as Atimonan police chief, used to work together in the same police unit.

A check by the Philippine Daily Inquirer showed that Gollod was Marantan’s deputy when he headed the Police Public Safety Battalion in Quezon.

Uniform rule

Purisima said the policemen also broke the PNP policy requiring officers manning checkpoints to be in uniform.

In a previous news briefing, Purisima said 15 of the 22 policemen at the Atimonan checkpoint were in civvies.

Purisima said Marantan’s group violated the PNP rule on “police composition” during checkpoint operations.

“There is a required number of policemen in every checkpoint operation. There should be a forward observer. There should be a proper designation of PNP personnel which was not observed in the Atimonan incident,” he said.

In addition, Purisima said, Marantan’s team did not follow the PNP policy requiring officers at checkpoints to use official police vehicles “with clear PNP markings.”

“I remind our PNP personnel to learn from this incident so that they will not commit similar violations in the future. Even very simple violations may lead to their dismissal from the service if they are found guilty,” Purisima said.

‘Substantial compliance’

But Supt. Glenn Dumlao, supervisor of the Atimonan operation, said the IAS decision to bring administrative charges against the policemen was “unfair and irresponsible.”

“I stand by the regularity of what the operating troops had undertaken. There was substantial compliance with the establishment of [the] checkpoints and with the police operational procedures,” Dumlao said in a text message to the Inquirer on Thursday.

Dumlao was relieved as commander of the Regional Public Safety Battalion of the Calabarzon police after the supposed shootout.

Command responsibility

Although not present at the Atimonan checkpoint, Dumlao and Melad were also charged for command responsibility.

“To even call them clear violations of the [rules is] the height of hypocritical blindness,” Dumlao said. “But, of course, we always welcome this investigation so [we’ll] have a venue to present our side,” he added.

Dumlao said the presence at the checkpoint of seven Atimonan police officers in uniform and Army soldiers in full uniform was enough compliance with the rules.

“As for those who were not in uniform, remember that they were intelligence [agents],” he said.

He also questioned the finding that the policemen violated jurisdiction, pointing out that Marantan coordinated the operation with De Leon.

He said the Atimonan police station had only one marked police vehicle, but the Army truck had enough markings.

“Every good commander will tell you that checkpoints are set up to your tactical advantage, especially when you are to encounter a group of fully armed men,” Dumlao said. With a report from Maricar Cinco, Inquirer Southern Luzon

 Originally posted at 12:27 pm | Thursday, January 24, 2013


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  • Rovingmoron

    Okay,it used to be Atimonan, Quezon. Now, the PNP is saying that the checkpoint was made in Plaridel, Bulacan. How did it happen that way?

  • Rovingmoron

    Mind you, the PDI has again made a mistake in its report. It’s not Plaridel, Bulacan but Plaridel, Quezon. Plaridel, Quezon was part of Atimonan, Quezon during the Second World War. Correction, pls.

  • Hunyo 15

    It shud be Plaridel, Quezon also known for its former name, Siain.

  • Rose_Cruz

    Baka malagpasan pa ang violence incident in 2010 elections ngayong si
    Sec. Roxas na ang head ng DILG. Huwag naman po sana.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYX4ZTAV4BUGW2RIMT45CPYBGA Pio Gante

    those lapses will just generate a mere slap on the wrist here and a few push ups there and the worst that they get could for it will be demotion of rank and/or suspension with forfeiture of pay.

    then after that, balik na naman sa dating gawi.

  • batangsulpok

    Reporter ba itong si Elona kasi paanong napunta ang checkpoint sa Plaridel, Bulacan?  Ang PDI ba ay walang Editor na nage-edit ng balita bago i-publish dahil nakakahiya ito?

    • FernandoBusi

      di na uso mga editor ngayon basta maka print lang ok na pera na.

  • Htee

    Administratively charge….then what???

    • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

      Oh i think this is just for the infraction that it made against proper procedure when setting up an invalid check point, for which some people have to pay. 

      I doubt this will in anyway affect the charges that will be filed should the NBI decide to raise the complaint.

      • Htee

        Talaga ha….baka slap on the wrist lang…hanggang malimutan na o matabunan ng ibang issues….

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        I hope so, kasi range manslaughter, homicide to murder ang mga kaso nun participants ng ambush.

      • Htee

        Eh…kasi doon sa kuratong case, wala namang nangyari….
        Napamaskuhan pa nga ng 2.2M….

      • tagalinis

        Iba ang administrasion noon, tsong! Hopefully, masusunod talaga ang daang matuwid dito, pero kwidaw, sa ugaling Pilipino, may duda ako.

      • Abraham Ortiz

        Buhay pa ring mga corrupt kaya tuloy ang kanilang ligaya.!Dapat patayin na para mawala sa mundong ito.Sa ibang bansa ,patay na yan para hindi matularan di ba?

    • superpilipinas

      then it’s DOJ’s turn whether to mount criminal charges.

  • anu12345

    Administratively lang?

    • superpilipinas

      they can’t criminaly charge. they are not prosecutors. DOJ owns that part.

      • diamond_digger

         You are right, Superpilipinas. Also, administrative charges are easy to file since it do not require the
        quantum of evidence needed in a criminal case. The criminal cases are
        certain to follow though after the exhaustive investigation and
        evidence-gathering efforts of the NBI and the DOJ are completed. This
        early, we should commend Purisima for bringing the ax on those abusive
        officers. Once they are suspended they will be denied the access to
        certain matters that may derail the cases to their advantage. I look at
        the situation as having started to drizzle or shower but in a little
        while the heavy rains and storm will bring havoc to the lives and
        careers of those abusive men in uniform.

      • anu12345

         Sorry, I thought the police can make the charge and the prosecutors will do his job in a trial. So, every crime goes to DOJ?

  • Guest

    Pwede ba huwag mong sirain ang umaga ko. I hate hearing comments on Mar
    Roxas. Tumataas ang blood sugar ko sa epal na yan.

  • superpilipinas

    iAS seem to be practically inexistent. You don’t hear about them unless the issue has exploded already. They seem to be reactive instead of proactive. They also seem to be just rubber stamps.

  • billy gunner

     “There was also an absense of marked vehicles at the second checkpoint,”

    cguro dahil may absense, meron ding presense! lol

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/FMILZVJMPLRYOGFXL6PPNEVS24 Mike Arroyo

    Ang layo ng Atimonan, Quezon sa Plaridel, Bulacan. iayos naman.

    • screwdisk

      Plaridel Quezon :D

  • sanantonio_888

    LOCATION ERROR…ayusin nyo naman para di maguguluhan at mahihilo ang magbabasa ng balita nyo…

  • gerry2000

    Tsk tsk! Dapat sa mga gunggong na yon bitay!!!

  • parengtony

    At best, this guy Purisima is so out of touch with reality (assuming he is not doing a cover up).

    Administrative charges for a massacre!

    • diamond_digger

       You seemed to be seething in anger, Parengtony and I tell you I understand how you feel. However, let us just keep our cool at the moment. Administrative charges are easy to file since it do not require the quantum of evidence needed in a criminal case. The criminal cases are certain to follow though after the exhaustive investigation and evidence-gathering efforts of the NBI and the DOJ are completed. This early, we should commend Purisima for bringing the ax on those abusive officers. Once they are suspended they will be denied the access to certain matters that may derail the cases to their advantage. I look at the situation as having started to drizzle or shower but in a little while the heavy rains and storm will bring havoc to the lives and careers of those abusive men in uniform.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VY25ZOHU3FJFFX6CYSH5W4AX3I sugbu

    Si Maratrat nasa Crame na raw…..sana solitary confinement para may dalaw gabigabi.
    At sana Mutiple murde case ang maghihintay sa kanya…..buti nga sa kanya na isang malaking Salot sa Lipunan.

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      Si Vic Siman at Consemino ang tunay na salot kaya sila ay na wiped out,gets mo?

  • Nobayan

    ‘Pe, uncomfortable ako diyan sa picture mo na madalas gamitin dito sa PDI. Baka may iba ka diyan na medyo naka-pormal. Please lang. Yun ang ipamigay at ipagamit mo sa press tuwing ifi-feature ka kamo.

  • Guest

    To be charged administratively. And who is the administrator ? You ! Kayo-kayo na naman!! Talagang wala ng tiwala ang taong-bayan sa inyo. Ngiting unggoy Purisima, itigil niyo na ang kawalanghiyaan. 13 ang pinatay ninyo. Ang parusa, “administratively”!!!

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      Eh maano naman kung mga hardened at stubborn criminals ang napatay?

  • krizzibarra

    he he he.   meron nang fallguys. pwede na cover up yung nagbugay ng order para sa rubout.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4HFSI7JVVSU3GNKRU72Z2HPWXU Jen

    dahan dahan ang paghusga sa kanila.. sinusunod nila ang due process para sa fair and unbiased investigation.. kayo naman pare coy.. kung umasta kayo pare coy parang wala kayong mga bulok na tinatago..mandarambong kayo kurakot pa.. less evil prevails pare coy…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4R3GZTGML26TV2VGS6RVHP2THM Fred

    Magkano kaya hospital bills ni marantan?

    Bakit kailangan ng presidential clearance ang pag conduct ng pre-charge investigation kay Sr Supt Valeriano de Leon at kay Chief Supt James Melad, ha Gen Purisima? Bakit?

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/MZXVI33AD7TTT42XRSPIWHU36Q Kupal

      POGI BASAHIN MONG MABUTI ANG ARTICLE….

      “Purisima said he had asked permission from President Aquino to bring similar administrative charges against Chief Supt. James Melad and Senior Supt. Valeriano de Leon, who were sacked as Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon) police director and Quezon police chief, respectively.
      Under the PNP law, police officials with the rank of senior superintendent and higher are considered presidential appointees.”

      • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

        So how can Purisima dismiss them?

        Dream onn.

  • Albert Einstien

    BIG HAND for you gen purisima…it’s a good start for honest to goodness HOUSE CLEANING……..public  are INTERESTED who are the CONSPIRATORS, criminal syndicates interlocking interest- in drugs , illegal gambling, mining, logging & extortion   & their KKK PROTECTORS…… : > )

  • Mamang Pulis

    Administratively.

    wow.

    sir–di ko lang mapigilan talga na hindi mapansin.

    hawig mo si troll face

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GTVNMZR22PGMS55WQPIJTYB4IY Jaime

    Send them all to Basilan without their guns!

    • wilFired

      Kahit saan mo pang dalhin ang mga yang ang utak ay delihensia parin. Mabuti pa ibala na lang sa kanyon, that’s what they deserve.

  • speaksoftlylove

    Kahit sa Plaridel, Spratley Islands pa yang checkpoints basta labas ng Atimonan ay outside the jurisidiction of the Atimonan PNP, hence, abuse of power period.

  • VeryDisgusted2

    Dumlao should be separated from the service now. He is fugitive from law and has a pending case on Dacer murder. Who reinstated him in the first place?

    This guy is dumb. He has still the guts to refute his superior officer on checkpoint violations. He and Marantan are dangerous to the society and much more when they are in uniform.

    These two wild animals should be caged.

    • wilFired

      Of course his master, senatong Lacson.

    • RomyLitz

      Kill Dumlao and his mastermind..ASAP if the PNP wants to redeem its reputation and integrity. Kill these scoundrels and scalawags quietly..

      • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

        Go and lick Dumlao’s ass.You think Dumlao is an easy Boy.
        Pinatay na yung mga stubborn criminals,galit kapa.Sana pang 14th man kana lang sa Atimonan shooting.

      • RomyLitz

        Ikaw ang pang 13.5 !! he he duwag na abusado !!

  • VeryDisgusted2

    Good work so far, Gen. Purisima.

    We hope you are our fresh air who will bring back the trust of people to PNP. We hope you are very bold to clean criminals and grafters in your rank.

    People cannot be fooled by lip-service. But people will reward you immensely if you produce good results. This is your moment and don’t let it pass by.

  • D3marketers

    PNP CHIEF:Purisima said the policemen also broke the PNP policy requiring officers manning checkpoints to be in uniform.In a previous news briefing, Purisima said 15 of the 22 policemen at the Atimonan checkpoint were in civvies.Purisima said Marantan’s group violated the PNP rule on “police composition” during checkpoint operations.“There is a required number of policemen in every checkpoint operation. There should be a forward observer. There should be a proper designation of PNP personnel which was not observed in the Atimonan incident,” he said.In addition, Purisima said, Marantan’s team did not follow the PNP policy requiring officers at checkpoints to use official police vehicles “with clear PNP markings.”“I remind our PNP personnel to learn from this incident so that they will not commit similar violations in the future. Even very simple violations may lead to their dismissal from the service if they are found guilty,” Purisima said.

    DUMLAO:“To even call them clear violations of the [rules is] the height of hypocritical blindness,” Dumlao said. “But, of course, we always welcome this investigation so [we’ll] have a venue to present our side,” he added

    The entire PNP heirarchy should throw the book on DUMLAO. He is questioning the position taken by no less than the chief of the PNP. Sabagay iba naman talaga ang boss na kinoconsider nya eversince

  • VeryDisgusted2

    Some suggestions, Gen. Purisima:

    Create a PNP feedback website where people can provide leads on police grafters and criminals.
    People is your best lead.

    Increase the number of inspectorate personnel for fast verification and investigation of these leads.

    Publicize widely this website so that many people will use it.

    Ax right away proven erring officers and personnel.

    Audit your inspectorate staff also. 

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      Use your head brow.We will run out of Policemen.Will you be able to patrol your vicinity?

      • RomyLitz

        PALUSOT na naman !!

      • VeryDisgusted2

         Too negative. Gen. Purisima can focus on the corrupt chiefs of police and the rest below will follow in fear.

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.russo.7169 Joe Russo

    VeryDisgusted2 your idea is outstanding.  I have shared often, and Inquire blocked me from responding on FB, that the corruption be clean up in the Philippines.  The newspaper can take the lead in this, but instead they chose to block me from FB, again.  Nevertheless, the Federal government needs to set up a number where people can text in the problems they see from corruption to abuse.  These people who do text in need to be protected, reward needs to be paid, (if true), and maybe even relocated.  The problem is that if this does happen, you can’t trust anyone in the Philippines, to keep the informer number or name a secret, because there is so much corruption everywhere.  Once the corruption is cleaned up, you will begin to have “order” in the Philippines, and only then, the country will thrive even further.  It was once mentioned by a Chineese move star, who stars in America that the USA is themost corrupt country in the world.  I smile, but say, if this is true, only one country beats it.  And that’s the Philippines.

  • pinoy917

    It’s time for the PNP to dismiss all irresponsible policemen who should be the ones implementing the rule of law.   There should be no excuses for not following the PNP policy on checkpoints.  If policemen can not even comply with simple PNP policy, what more in enforcing the law!  Pag bulok, dapat itapon na at para di na makahawa pa ng kabulukan sa PNP.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/6EADOP2OSGDCE6G6CE6IQLU7XM Julius

    inconsistencies in the statements.  perjury.  operating beyond jurisdiction.  circumstantial evidence of tampering with evidence. 13 killed.  and all they’re being charged with is “breaking checkpoint rules”.  administrative charge.  di man lang slap on the wrist yan.

    what we have is not an image problem.  what we have is systemic failure and social cancer.

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      man,and what do you think with your felow criminals,you’ll cry a river because they were wiped out.?
      The criminals ae the social cancers in the first place,yet you are putiing your side on them,bloody boy.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/6EADOP2OSGDCE6G6CE6IQLU7XM Julius

        in all my years, i’ve never seen or heard where 13 people boxed in 2 cars and surrounded by dozens of armed police / troops would think they’d survive in a shootout.  kahit paano mo pa tingnan ang kaso.  malinaw na hindi shootout.  maybe YOU are putting yourself on the criminals’ side, “bloody boy”.

      • RomyLitz

        Bading Kasi si Alonso. Now, cannot deliver a blow job.

  • Yanong_OFW

    sa totoo lang pagkatapos nila sa training kinalimutan na nila ang mga policy..pagkaka graduate ang nasa utak nila..PERA!!! PERA!!! PERA!!!

    • RomyLitz

      So, why not “ilibing buhay” itong Dumlao, Marantan at yong 22 policemen?? Now !!

      • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

        Yung mga criminals ang dapat ilibing na buhay,pang 14th man ka dun.Gusto mo mag wacky pa kayo bago kayo tabunan,para may ma post sa Facebook wall niyo.

      • RomyLitz

        killer ka talaga..hwag mag alala maitumba ka rin. dal dal na agent??

      • ryan andres

        di killer yan ser…bading yan…

      • RomyLitz

        Tama ka may crush si Alonso Kay Marantan. Bading forever….

  • wakats

    “They did not only break police checkpoint rules but they also went beyond their jurisdiction” should be applied to marantan only and not to the 21 enlisted policemen who were ONLY FOLLOWING ORDERS.

    In ordinary military and police parlance, follow orders first before you complain.

    In the case of gringo, who led major coup attempts against the Cory government that cost hundreds of lives and billions of property damage, he was only penalized with a “few push-ups” by FVR.

    The military and police personnel opened fire when they heard the order “FIRE” from marantan…

    • Tonypogi

      Iba iyong following orders sa FOLLOWING LEGITIMATE ORDERS.  Pag binigyan ka ng order na trumalon ka sa bangin, tatalon ka?

      • FernandoBusi

        when you ar surrounded by armed people some of whom are your superiors known to be killers will you pull the trigger when ordered to or not? 

        Officers should be given a higher penalty and enlisted men whose literacy barely goes beyond writing their names should be given a little consideration. 

      • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

        Following legitimate order is sweeping out criminals and pushing them down the cliff.You got the point man?

      • RomyLitz

        aha..PALUSOT parang si ATONG !!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_T42Q37DX5BRWJ5NRYTBC2DXUAU Jols – batman Robin

    ang mentalidad ngayon ng mga kapulisan ay…..kung bigtime criminal syndicate….wag na pakialaman.. dahil babalik sa atin ung kaso…. ung mga ordinaryo n  criminal ang huhulihin natin.. safe…..kaya pala ung mga pulis d2 sa amin pag may patayan lalo n pag big time… late n dumarating takot baka makasuhan….hehe

    • Whateverwhoever

      Correct k dyan Kung tatanggalin ang mga pulis n kayang itaya ang buhay para mapuksa ang mga sindikato e paano na ang mamamayang binibiktima nitong mga sindikato

  • doublecross

    immediate dismissal na yan…

  • superlucky2

    TANGALING AGAD ANG MGA BULOK NA PULIS. MAG UTAK PULBURA.

  • calixto909

    This Dumlao is a shady police officer as we all knew from the Lacson case. He must be dismissed from the service for his kind shall only blemish the PNP. His continued stay shall only rotten the polic force.

    Purisima should be praised for his prudent action to execute a dismissal proceedings against these errant policemen who violated the police operational procedures. This is a good sign of his leadership and hopefully it can translate to the betterment of the PNP so that the aged and hated name scalawags be eradicated totally. More power purisima

    • RomyLitz

      HE is publicly defying his boss, Purisma, by calling him, unfir and irresponsible…

  • luzviminda88

    MAGANDA YAN PURISIMA WALISIN MONG LAHAT ANG MGA MASASAMANG PULIS SA HANAY NIYO NG MAGKAROON NG TUNAY NA MGA ALAGAD NG BATAS NA LUMALABAN SA MGA KRIMINAL. MABUHAY KA PURISIMA

    • diamond_digger

      Am not a fan of Purisima and wasn’t expecting so much from him than I did from Bartolome. Yet, this early, he seems to pack competence and determination to cleanse his rank much more than his predecessor. To that, I propose a toast to Chief Purisima as he tries and does his best in bringing prestige and honor to the police organization.

    • RomyLitz

      Dumlao, the subordinate, is publicly calling his superior as “unfait and IRRESPONSIBLE”?? Please, Purisma, kick out or shoot this Dumlao ASAP !!

      • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

        isa ka pang sulsol.dapat pang 14th man ka sa Atimonan shooting.Kunin ka sana ni Marantan at Dumlao.

      • RomyLitz

        Bka ikaw si Marantan ha? Duwag ka na bobo pa !

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      Walisin muna mga masasamang elemento sa kalsada ng crimen.Palabas lang po yan.Bukas wala na yan.

  • gerry2000

    Dumlao and Lacson must be put to trial for the Dacer-Corbito case. This is if and only if the government want change. As long as there’s no solid proof of daang matuwid other than that of Gloria we the citizenry will always be doubtful of this administration. Find someone your own size, ika nga. Lacson is known to have lots of big fishes behind him. Hope to see him behind bars. That surely will have a big impact compared to former president Gloria’s case.

  • sasama

    …ung mga pobreng PO1 at PO2, sayang mga career nyu….kumanta na kasi kayu….jobless kayu bukas…kawawang mga pawn….

  • Bayan Panona

    Astig Lt. Col. Dumlao!

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      indeed he is.

  • diamond_digger

    Dumlao now thinks and acts like he is higher than Purisima. How could a mere police colonel (a doubtful one, at that) so openly attack the decision of the PNp Chief to file charges against those who perpetuated the Atimonan massacre and who were recommended to be charged after the IAS investigation? Did Dumlao took part in the investigation? After securing his own neck from the Dacer-Corbito double murder, he now thinks he is invincible. There is always a judgement day for you man. And it may not be too long to wait, so prepare yourself. Even the once almost-invincible head of the dreaded Metrocom, Col. Rolando Abadilla met his karma. 

  • RomyLitz

    Whether they are in uiforms or not is not the issue…the issue is why not shoot the tires only and WAIT and WAIT until the 13 innocent or guilty pasengers decide to get out to answer the call of nature? WAITING for 24 to 72 hours without shooting the body of the car is very feasible plan to avoid COLLATERAL DAMAGE, No need to shoot the car, just shoot the tires, that’s all !!!…Dumlao , on the otherhand must be kicke out for public insubordination by calling Purisma’s order as unfair and irresponsible !! Gen. Purisma please kick those subordinates who calls your recommendation as “IRRESPONSIBLE”.

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      Stewpido,shoot the tires and wait for the criminals to shoot your head?

      • RomyLitz

        Ikaw estupido ! the sniper 300 meters away can do the shooting while the 22 policemen cover themselves behind the trees or 25 mm thick metal plate. Use the loud speaker to announce their surrender. Then, let the snipers start shooting the tires only…

      • http://twitter.com/JoelDurgi1 Joel Marantan

        agree with alonso, you are brain dead! sniper, 300 meters, metal plate hahaha… anong pelikula pinanood mo?

      • John_Cruz

        F alonso and Joel Marantan are the next collateral damage.

      • RomyLitz

        Gusto lang Talaga ninyo mapatay ang 13 na passengers. Sana kayo na ang itumba sa sunod. Mga Low IQ!!

  • RomyLitz

    Why wait until tomorrow, those security guards or relatives can start attacking his room NOW and kill him by a knife..kill him softly.

    • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

      dapat multohin at simahin ka ni Vic Sima.Alam niya na criminal siya,at bakit kailangan mo pa siya ipag tanggol.

      • RomyLitz

        We did not hear the defense and the prosecution…BAkit walang mag bigay ng affidavit within 24 hours? ha?

  • https://me.yahoo.com/a/iV0XkkNontlsHWTkG2jcuz.PB64A#6b054 F alonso

    Itumba mo sarili mo.I umpog mo ulo mo,para malinawan isip mo na mga criminals ang pinatay nila.

    • ryan andres

      Gonna take more than that para itumba ako… you can try. Ang kelangan mo lang gawin eh tanggalin ang bayag ni Marantado na nakasubo sa bunganga mong bading ka.

  • 123pinoy_ako

    In the end, magpapatayan din etong grupo ni Marantan. Kapag na dismiss etong mga pulis na eto sa mga tungkuling nila, sigurado may kakanta dito or magkakabarilan na naman. Kawawa dito yung mga pulis na mababa ang ranggo. sumunod lang sa utos, mawawalan pa ng trabaho. No wonder kaya daming hindi matino sa mga pulis dahil sa experience din nila. Dapat ang makulong dito ng habambuhay sina marantan, dumlao, melad, gollod, de leon. Mga mapanggamit  na mga boss!

  • rowelcasipong

    ano naba tong ating gobyerno ,kung pulis gampanan ang tugkulin ay mapapahamak,kung hindi naman gawin ang tungkulin bilang pulis sabihin din na pabaya sa serbisyo ,ano ba talaga manong,

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/5UP35N7RTP55UQGRZCTR27KX6I RojiS

      They just need to follow the procedures not following certain officers who are out to demolished a rival. Following police procedures are very simple to do unless otherwise changed by the commander of a certain operations that led to their prosecutions. What will happen to their families now?  So sorry, for these guys. There’s no difference between Ninoy Aquino’s assasination and Atimonan massacre. For these policemen thought they have a legitimate operation but ended up killing people who are thought to be hired killers. Now, the government needs to watch you guys when you’re out of the service if you will not go to jail because you might end up killers for hire too in the future just to feed your families. So, to all policemen, follow police procedures and do the job well and if you don’t or cannot adhere to it then you have all the options to quit the police service.

      • John_Cruz

        This PNP policy of administartively discharging rogue and erring PNP members is flawed. No one would hire these people so they become hired guns and kill more people. The potential of taking foreign tourist hostages  by these bad conduct discharge will repeat again in the future. These bad PNP should be rehabilitated and given chance to redeem their honor. They can redeem honor by sending them their next assignment to Jolo and Basilan to include Col. Marantan and Dumlao!

  • ryan andres

    Uy!!! May tagapagtanggol si Marantado… ayos!

    Ang pederasyon ng mga baklang di kaya lumaban ng harapan, naglabasan na  :)

    • John_Cruz

      RYAN ANDRES = ANDRES BONIFACIO COLLATERAL DAMAGE NI GEN AGUINALDO. LOL.

      • ryan andres

        JOHN_CRUZ = Nawala yung LLOYD sa gitna LOL

      • ryan andres

        Eto naman isasama mo pa ako sa collateral damage hahaha

    • RomyLitz

      Tama kan Mr. Ryan, isa na yan si F Alonso. Magka boyfriend sigurado.

  • ODAPAIN

    We are indeed sick and tired of law enforcers who bend the  rules and break the law ,and get promoted doing it.They are the worst kind of criminals because they have badges and uniforms , “wolves in sheeps  clothing “.And the best part is we F….king pay them to do it us

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GTVNMZR22PGMS55WQPIJTYB4IY Jaime

    Don’t dismiss them, send them to Basilan without their guns!



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