Sabado, Marso 3, 2018

NBI, Police brass fired because of Jueteng

By Mortz C. Ortigoza

The reasons why some high officials of the Philippine National Police and National Bureau of Investigation in Pangasinan were sacked and reassigned to either a floating position or thrown into a far flung area, according to my source, because they did not act in raiding and arresting those illegal bookies of the number game of chance  despite the presence of the government sanctioned SpeedGame, Incorporation that was given the franchised as the Authorized Agent Corporations (AAC) of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes to operate in January this year in the 44 towns and 4 cities’ Pangasinan.
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Son of a gun, lawyers called this actuation of the brass as "non feasance" or failure to perform an act that is required by law.
He told me that as of this moment many towns in Pangasinan have bookies that sneaked out to perpetuate their nefarious trades so they can siphon the millions of pesos bet monies despite the heavy criminal penalties that await them in case they are apprehended by the law enforcers.
 The punishment clauses in Section 3 of RA 9287 or the Act Increasing the Penalties for Illegal Number Games, Others say:

 a) The penalty of imprisonment from thirty (30) days to ninety (90) days, if such person acts as a bettor;
b) The penalty of imprisonment from six (6) years and one (1) day to eight (8) years, if such person acts as a personnel or staff of an illegal numbers game operation; The same penalty shall likewise be imposed to any person who allows his vehicle, house, building or land to be used in the operation of the illegal numbers games.
c) The penalty of imprisonment from eight (8) years and one (1) day to ten (10) years, if such person acts as a collector or agent;
d) The penalty of imprisonment from ten (10) years and one (1) day to twelve (12) years, if such person acts as a coordinator, controller or supervisor;

Blame Congress for the deaths, abuses of OFWs

By Mortz C. Ortigoza

Because there were not enough attractive paying jobs in the Philippines, Joanna Demafelis, 29,  took her chances as servant for the family of a Lebanese  and a Syrian couple in Kuwait – a country notorious for abuses among foreign workers.
Demafelis had not only been looked down, but abused, harmed, and murdered by her masters who hid her cadaver in a freezer in an abandoned apartment for a year while they absconded to another country.
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The Lebanese and Syrian couple, the alleged killers of Filipina maid Joanna Demafelis? A photo grab from the Facebook's community page.
The resident of Sara, Iloilo was only one of the countless Filipinas who suffered those brazen inhuman abuses like wanton rapes because members of the Congress – yes Virginia those  publicity hungry senators and congressmen you saw on TV in a circus called public hearings – did not act if not procrastinate in amending the Public Safety Acts (PSA).