Cythia Patag: Police themselves are behind kidnappings,and other heinous crime, with corrupt generals protecting them

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Singer/Actress Cynthia Patag has declared her disbelief on Facebook, about the case of the Korean national who was abducted from his home and brought to Camp Crame, which is the headquarters of the Philippines National Police, only to be killed and have his body cremated and his ashes flushed down the drain by policemen. 

Composite photo from Pinoy Trending News and Inquirer

It’s like one of those ‘chismis’ that we hear from other people, she said, except this time the case really happened in real life and the perpetuators have been caught, but not all of them. 


This is one of the few times these egregious police officers were arrested and jailed to face justice,” Patag said.

The case is believed to have been part of a modus operandi called “tokhang for ransom” and it’s been going on for a long time. The Korean national’s family has paid the policemen five million pesos and yet, he was still murdered heinously. 

Criminality is deeply entrenched among the very agencies tasked to protect us. In line with President Duterte’s war on crime, now is the time to purge all of these dark forces of the evil within them.”

Patag called on to Gen. Bato to divert his attention to the criminals who are wearing the uniform because there are criminal syndicates within the government anti-crime agencies and they know how to cover their tracks well.

She said she’s against firing Bato, but that she’s rather suspicious about Alvarez’s call to make him resign, which is sort of like making him a scapegoat of the crime. She challenged Bato to start the cleansing.

Read her full post below:

"THE EVIL WITHIN 😈
~ by Me

"For the longest time, we've heard stories about how the police themselves are behind kidnappings, and other heinous crimes, with corrupt generals protecting them. Just that - stories told in a whispery tone among family and friends, aka "chismis."

"At long last, here's one kidnap/extortion/murder case wherein some of the police kidnappers were caught, the rest hunted. (Is it because the Korean gov't strongly expressed its disaffection?)

"This is one of the few times these egregious police officers were arrested and jailed to face justice. And the FIRST TIME I've learned of a victim brought to CAMP CRAME, the PHL National Police Headquarters, to be executed, then cremated, at a crematorium owned by a former policeman. Chilling.

"MODUS OPERANDI pala nila yon, matagal na, susme! Humingi pa ng $100,000 ransom - which they received - after they had killed the hapless victim! (Naisip ko tuloy ang death penalty.)

"WHAT DOES THIS TELL US? CRIMINALITY IS DEEPLY ENTRENCHED AMONG THE VERY AGENCIES TASKED TO PROTECT US. IN LINE WITH PRES. DUTERTE'S WAR ON CRIME, NOW IS THE TIME TO PURGE ALL OF THESE DARK FORCES OF THE EVIL WITHIN THEM. NOW NA!

"If I may Gen. Bato: Focus the war against these criminals in uniform (sometimes they wear civilian clothes) FIRST. Within government anti-crime agencies are criminal syndicates most likely involved in the drug trade, too, and God knows what else. They're covering their tracks fast.

"Fire Bato? NO. Parang yung case filed against PNoy by the VACC for the hacienda Luisita massacre or was it the ambush of the SAF 44, due to "command responsibility." Utang na loob! What ludicrous sanctimoniousness are these? What I'm suspicious about: Alvarez's call to fire Bato, make him the scapegoat of this grisly, globally shameful crime. "Incompetence," said others who've never held a gun.

"Begin the cleansing, GEN. BATO?"


Source: Facebook

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