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                    [Title] => Supreme Court orders cop to be reinstated
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Dismissed policeman Reynaldo Roaquin did not have to mount a hostage taking to be reinstated in the police service after suffering the consequences of a murder charge filed against him in 1991 but for which he was later acquitted.

[DatePublished] => 2010-09-23 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1096875 [AuthorName] => Edu Punay [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) [1] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 507789 [Title] => Bentain taped Erap as security men slept [Summary] =>

Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (PAGCOR) video technician Edgar Bentain found the opportunity to videotape former President Joseph Estrada gambling, despite his security men monitoring the activities inside the CCTV room, when the security escorts fell asleep after a heavy midnight snack, according to a source.

[DatePublished] => 2009-09-24 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1097682 [AuthorName] => Tony Calvento [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [2] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 209047 [Title] => Barbers defers report vs Lacson [Summary] => Sen. Robert Barbers deferred yesterday his sponsorship of three committee reports recommending the filing of criminal charges before the Office of the Ombudsman against Sen. Panfilo Lacson and several other police officials over their alleged involvement in the kidnapping of Chinese nationals in the country.

Citing the absence of Lacson, Barbers, chairman of the Senate committee on illegal drugs, said he wants to submit the 13-page report to the plenary after Lacson has returned from the United States.
[DatePublished] => 2003-06-06 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1097133 [AuthorName] => Jose Rodel Clapano [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [3] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 135407 [Title] => A difficult war [Summary] => I’m referring to another war, not the one against terrorism, that the nation has been waging for decades. This is the war against drug trafficking, where demand is great, profits even greater, and where there are few complainants.
[DatePublished] => 2001-10-02 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133252 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1807094 [AuthorName] => Ana Marie Pamintuan [SectionName] => Opinion [SectionUrl] => opinion [URL] => ) [4] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 134890 [Title] => Acop gave Rosebud P2 M from Tito’s CDF [Summary] => A former chief of the country’s top drug enforcement agency admitted yesterday he deposited funds from a senator’s pork barrel allocation in his personal bank account.

Testifying before a joint hearing of three Senate committees, Chief Superintendent Reynaldo Acop, former head of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Narcotics Group, admitted he deposited at least P2.1 million from a senator’s pork barrel fund in his bank account.
[DatePublished] => 2001-09-27 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1804901 [AuthorName] => Aurea Calica [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [5] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 133624 [Title] => Ong to go to the streets if Lacson won’t resi [Summary] => Former drugs undercover agent Mary Rose Ong said she would go to the street and lead the protest against Sen. Panfilo Lacson if he refuses to heed calls for him to step down.

Ong, Philippine National Police (PNP) anti-Narcotics division chief Superintendent Reynor Gonzales, Dangerous Drugs Board executive officer lawyer Bernardo Lastimoso and Volunteer Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) chair Dante Jimenez were yesterday’s guests at Holiday Inn Round Table press forum with "drug menace" as the topic.
[DatePublished] => 2001-09-14 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) [6] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 132925 [Title] => Ong bares Acop’s P10-M bribery try [Summary] => Former police undercover agent Mary "Rosebud" Ong claimed yesterday the camp of Sen. Panfilo Lacson offered to pay her P10 million if she would not testify against the former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief.

Ong, a former civilian agent under PNP Narcotics Group director Chief Superintendent Reynaldo Acop, said it was the third time the camps of Lacson and Acop unsuccessfully tried to bribe her.

Acop denied the charge and claimed it was Ong who tried to blackmail him last year in exchange for a huge amount of cash.
[DatePublished] => 2001-09-08 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1096615 [AuthorName] => Christina Mendez [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [7] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 132821 [Title] => More to come vs Ping — Rosebud [Summary] => Describing herself as a "thorn" in the side of Sen. Panfilo Lacson and a "speck of dust" he cannot rub off his eye, former police undercover agent Mary "Rosebud" Ong said yesterday she wasn’t through yet with the senator.

Ong said she had more damning evidence on the alleged criminal activities of Lacson, even as three Senate committees debate whether or not to continue its joint hearings after its two-week recess that starts today.
[DatePublished] => 2001-09-07 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [8] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 132714 [Title] => EDITORIAL - A scary picture [Summary] => There were disagreements on who should be held culpable, but the witnesses at the Senate hearing yesterday painted a scary picture of the drug problem in the country. Former police agent Mary "Rosebud" Ong conti-nued her testimony, linking ranking police officers to the illegal drug trade in the previous administration. [DatePublished] => 2001-09-06 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Opinion [SectionUrl] => opinion [URL] => ) [9] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 90719 [Title] => Lacson snubs DOJ hearing on kidnap, murder raps [Summary] => Former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Panfilo Lacson failed to appear before the Department of Justice yesterday for the preliminary investigation of the kidnapping and murder charges filed against him.

However, Lacson’s lawyer Sigfried Fortun was present and asked state prosecutors to grant his client 10 days to submit a counter-affidavit.

Lacson ran for the Senate in last Monday’s elections and an unofficial count of the National Citizens’ Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel) has placed him at No. 8 among the 13 possible winners.
[DatePublished] => 2001-05-19 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => 1096652 [AuthorName] => Delon Porcalla [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) ) )
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