Expert author and ex- diplomat Rigoberto “Bobi” Tiglao created another appealing expose on his recent article in The Manila Times wherein he said that a high-ranking Aquino Anti-Drug Police Officials were allegedly associated with illegal drug trade.
According to the information and facts collected by Tiglao, the alleged officials were obtaining hundreds of millions of pesos in protection money from big-time drug dealers and also recycling confiscated illegal drugs to sell to the market.
Bobi Tiglao mentioned that what is surprising is that these officials got built a reputation, with the aid of a gullible – or paid media, of being bold crusaders who got succeeded in apprehending “level-one” drug distributors and then seizing massive amounts of their illegal drugs.
The expert author said that the claimed PNP officials, together with high-ranking Bureau of Customs officials, was able to hold on to their positions until the admin of Pres. Duterte.
But, Pres. Duterte had earlier mandated a top-secret intelligence operation to look into the officials, not only because of info that he had been given, but additionally due to reports that even with his intense war on drugs, there have been lots of drugs still available in the market. The axe will very soon be falling on these officials.
The output of the particular top-secret intelligence operation was a combined report marked “secret” of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) along with the PNP dated September 12, 2018. The report labeled these PNP officials, one among whom became a high official of the PDEA, and also narrated in depth their criminal modus operandi.
The report’s writers couldn’t help but yet reveal their shock over its investigations: “The narcotics industry has reached an unimaginable sphere of influence all over the country. Enormous networks of powerful people and sophisticated modus [operandi]are utilized to protect and continuously carry out unscrupulous activities under the guise of legitimate law enforcement operations.”
Based on the report, associated with the illegal-drug trade were four police colonels and also two majors who placed commanding positions in the numerous anti-drug units establish by the PNP since 2003, specifically the Anti-illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force set up in 2003, the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group in 2015, along with the PNP Drug Enforcement Group in 2017.
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