DOJ summons 13 alleged ‘ninja cops’ for Pampanga drug bust reinvestigation

/ 04:14 PM October 10, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday subpoenaed the 13 alleged ‘ninja cops’ involved in the alleged drug recycling case in Pampanga.

The cops were ordered to appear for the reinvestigation of the case and to submit any additional evidence on October 16, 10 a.m. at the DOJ.


Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra earlier created a three-member panel of prosecutors tasked to reinvestigate the 13 police officers who conducted the drug sting in Pampanga where over 160 kilograms of shabu went missing.

The case involves Police Maj. Rodney Baloyo, who led the operation, and 12 other officers. /muf


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