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DAPAT SA MGA PULIS NA YAN IBITIN NG PATIWARIK!!!!
NAGHIHIRAP ANG PILIPINO ITO NAMANG MGA LINTEK NA PULIS NA TO PANAY ANG PANANAKOT, PANGUNGURAKOT AT PANGBIBIKTIMA SA MGA MAMAYANG PILIPINO!!!!

SINO PÀ BA ANG MAGTATANGGOL SA MAMAYANG PILIPINO KUNG GANITO KLASE ANG MGA PULIS NATIN????????????

MGA PUTTAAANNGGGINANGGG PULIS!!!!!!!!

5 Manila policemen accused of extortion

By Allison Lopez
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 01:50:00 05/27/2008

MANILA, Philippines – Five Manila policemen, one of them a former Ten Outstanding Policemen of the Philippines awardee, were charged Monday with extortion and other related offenses after a hotel chef accused them of arresting him on false charges and then forcing him to eat shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride).

Senior Insp. Rolando Mendoza, Insp. Nelson Lagasca, SPO1 Nestor David, PO3 Wilson Gavino and PO2 Roderick Lopena, members of the District Mobile Patrol Unit (DMPU), were charged with robbery, robbery-extortion, grave threats and physical injuries before the Manila City Prosecutor’s Office based on a complaint filed by Christian Kalaw, 30.

Kalaw is a chef of a Makati hotel and a resident of Lipa City in Batangas province.

The victim, whose ordeal in the hands of the five policemen was first circulated on the Internet through e-mail, filed a formal affidavit only on Friday although the incident involving him and the suspects happened on April 9.

Kalaw said in his affidavit that on that day, he visited his cousin in his condominium unit on Taft Avenue corner Vito Cruz Street at around 10:30 p.m. He said he was about to leave in his car when Mendoza and Gavino accosted him, searched his vehicle and accused him of carrying drug paraphernalia.

The two policemen then ordered him to withdraw money from an automated teller machine in exchange for not filing drug charges against him, Kalaw said. He added that he refused and offered to undergo a drug test to prove his innocence.

He said the two took him to the parking lot of the Ospital ng Maynila where they forced him to swallow shabu so he would test positive for drug use.

Kalaw was then brought to the DMPU office where Lagasca and Mendoza reportedly demanded P200,000 from him in exchange for his freedom during “negotiations.”

He was only released the next day after a friend produced P20,000 and gave it to the policemen.

Mendoza, a former TOPP awardee who was deputy of the DMPU unit that night, denied the charges in an affidavit and said the accusations were only part of a “demolition job.”

Only he and Gavino were named in the e-mail but the three others were later identified by Kalaw.

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