LOOK : Paolo Duterte caught overspeeding

Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte , President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s eldest son, was slapped with a speeding ticket near Barangay Bangkal early Friday morning.

He was driving at 55 kph and the speed limit is only 40kph. Davao City Transport and Traffic Management Office chief Rhodelio Poliquit told ABS-CBN News.

“He immediately surrender his license to my enforcers,” Poliquit added.

In a Facebook post, the Davao City vice mayor posted a picture of his speeding ticket with a caption in Bisaya.

“Kasi naman sinabi nang 40 kph lang. Yan! Nagmamadali kasi umuwi dahil galit na si kumander. 57 kph. Huli tuloy. Dapat kasi huwag tayo magmadali dahil takot tayo sa misis basta makauwi lang ng maayos,” the caption reads when translated into Tagalog.

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This will show that in Davao even you are high official you still need to follow the rules.

Source : ABSCBN

Rape victims of UV Express driver wa Duterte to kill suspects!

At about 9:00 p.m. two passengers rode a van in Quezon Avenue station, when they rode the Van, it was full of passengers. But when there was only 2 passengers left, the driver declared hold up.

The driver then, put on blindfolds on the two victims and tie up their hands using a copper wire. The driver was named “Alias Buddy”. His victims were named alyas Sarah and alyas Gigi (alias Sarah and Alyas Gigi).

The phone was thrown away by the suspect somewhere on Casimiro, Caloocan, and another van was caught by the CCTV somewhere on Quezon City when the raped victims were let go; the van headed to flee from where he left the raped victims; after a while the two raped victims were sought for help on the taxi driver passed by the place.

When arrested, the driver pleaded guilty of what he has done and when asked he said that he did it because of the influence of illegal drugs. While crying, the rape victims asked president-elect Rodrigo Duterte to sentence the suspects to death.

C/Supt. Crizaldi Nieves, Chief District Directora Staff of Quezon City Police Division reiterated and warned the public to be aware and ride on the terminal and not somewhere else to avoi this incident.

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The long agony of Filipino People because of slow internet connection will end as Telstra confirms that they will invest at the Philippines to provide the best internet connection that they could.

Telstra is a large telecommunication company that is based in Melbourne, Australia.

Last May 31, 2016, Presumptive President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said that he is ready to allow Telstra’s investment at country if Globe and PLDT did not improve the internet speed.

The company aims to give wider access to give wider access to 4G Internet Connection across the country. However, there are no exact dates on when the operation push through.

Despite that, Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) and Globe Telecom claims that they are ready to compete with Telstra.

The Netizens claim that they are completely thrilled and excited for the plan that is happening to make the internet connection in the Philippines much better.

Trillanes willing to give Duterte a chance

If we remember. Trillanes filed a case to Duterte about plunder complaints.

But with this interview Senator Antonio Trillanes IV says he is willing to give Duterte against the tough-talking mayor last May before the Ombudsman.

The senator says that the issue is out of his hands for now as the ombudsman are doing their job regarding the complaint filed on the alleged multi million wealth of the Davao City mayor.

He says that it is too early to talk about impeachment and that he is willing to give the incoming president a chance for now.

“Kung ano man ‘yon, gusto parin nila si president-elect Duterte. And I will respect that. It doesn’t mean na – nakalimutan ko na yung issue na yun. I hope yung media hindi niyu nakalimutan yun. Eh may appropriate time to deal with that” Trillianes said in an interview conducted by CNN Philippines.

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‘Duterte effect’ Curfew turns QC Into Ghost Towns

After implementing a nationwide curfew by the incoming administration has turned a street in Quezon City into a ghost town.

This is posted by @arviengekanaata a instagram user, a photo of the deserted San Isidro Street corner Santol Street in QC.

“Simula ng manalo si duterte, wala pang 12, ghost town na samin. Lol,” arviengekanaata  said

This called ‘Duterte effect’.

Quezon City is the most populous city in the Philippines and records show that it has the highest number of index crimes.

Since June 5, 2016, just less than a month before the new president assumes office, more than a hundred individuals have been arrested under the police’s Operation Plan (Oplan) Rody, a campaign named after Duterte which means “Rid the streets Of Drinkers and Youths.”



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Rodrigo Duterte was seen eating in a carinderia! Check this out!

One thing that the people loved about the incoming President is his simplicity. He managed to do his campaign with only a few clothes and even traveled with a shoe that is losing its sole.
And now, the people were once again impressed by how this man showed that he’s really living a simple life!

Duterte was spotted choosing the food that he’ll be eating in a simple eatery

Meanwhile, some people reacted to this by saying that this might be a little dangerous for him because there are lots of people who are threatening him.

Source : scopee, tnp 



A lady who beforehand uncovered that positioning authorities of the Department of Justice (DOJ) of getting influence cash from the Ampatuans has blamed Justice Secretary Leila de Lima for accepting P5 million consistently from Maguindanao Governor Esmael “Toto” Mangudadatu.

The allegation is contained in the four-page testimony of Jerramy T. Joson where she likewise blames Mangudadatu and 10 others for genuine unlawful detainment.

A year ago, Joson uncovered she currently possesses a scratch pad containing names of Justice Undersecretary Francisco Baraan, and a few prosecutors taking care of the Maguindanao slaughter case as beneficiaries of influence cash from the Ampatuans.

This year, she abjured her announcement and said she was just constrained by Mangudadatu and his legal advisor Atty. Nena Santos to make such claims.

(Also Read: COA castigates De Lima: Explain unliquidated P91.8-M disbursement, P123.8M confidential funds)

Mangudadatu as of now recorded defamation and prevarication bodies of evidence against her.

No. 1 most wanted drug personality in Cebu voluntarily surrenders

The  most wanted drug personality in Mandaue City, in the Island of Cebu surrenders due to his fear of president-elect Rodrigo Duterte.

Saying that he wants to start a new life, the most wanted drug suspect in Mandaue City surrendered to police at 9:30 pm Wednesday.

Pablo Loberanes walked into the Mandaue City Police Office (MCPO) and turned over to the Investigation and Detective Management Branch (IDMB) some shabu and a pistol with ammunition.

A resident of barangay Paknaan, Loberanes is now detained at the MCPO detention cell, Mandaue City police chief Senior Supt. Jonathan Cabal said.

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Duterte Wants Criminal Liability Shield Lowered To 12-Year-Olds


According to incoming House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, Duterte is thinking of lowering the age of criminal responsibility to 12 years old.

The Davao del Norte representative said Duterte was considering this as a counter solution against syndicates blatantly using children as a front for criminal activities, Philstar reported.

Currently, the age protecting children from criminal liability stands at 15 years old.

House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. recalled that it was Senator Francis Pangilinan who made amendments to the Juvenile Justice System and Welfare Act in 2013 which raised the minimum age to 15.

“. It used to be nine years old. And everybody was in favor of 12,” said Belmonte.

CBCP Leader WARNS Duterte Administration For Possible Coup D’etat

Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) leader Fr. Amado Picardal, executive secretary of Committee on Basic Ecclesial Communities, said it’s possible that they could coup d’etat in the incoming president’s administration if he will suppress the crime by means of violence like killings and death penalty.

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