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PhilippinesFormer Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Jesus Verzosa on Tuesday asked the Sandiganbayan to dismiss a graft case filed against him in connection with the alleged anomalous purchase of 75 defective rubber boats worth P131.5
PhilippinesOmbudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales on Monday gave the green light to pursue the graft case against retired Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Jesus Verzosa and seven others before the Sandiganbayan in connection with the questionable
Deputy Director General Jefferson Soriano - Deputy Director General Benjamin Belarmino Jr. - Director Luizo Ticman - Director Ronald Roderos - Director Romeo Hilomen - Chief Superintendent Herold Ubalde - Chief Superintendent Villamor Bumanglag.
Former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Jesus Verzosa has asked the Sandiganbayan to defer the issuance of a warrant and suspend proceedings against him in connection with a graft case over the PNP's purchase of two secondhand helicopters.
By Perry Diaz Is P-Noy diffident and unassertive? The U. S. Embassy diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks in which former U.S. Ambassador Kristie Kenney
By Perry Diaz Aquino’s Binuclear Presidency President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III seems to believe in the
MANILA, Philippines - President Aquino is reportedly agonizing over whether to charge officials other than the police because the recommendations of the incident investigation and review committee (IIRC) on the Aug. 23 hostage crisis were
Retired Police chief Jesus Verzosa and other personalities, who have been linked into the illegal numbers jueteng faced a Senate hearing on Wednesday to answer the allegations against them. Verzosa had been tagged as one of two alleged "ultimate
TV, Deles said Malaysia hasn't set the date for the resumption of the negotiations because it has yet to name who will sit as the new facilitator. "That's the protocol, the facilitator is the one that arranges the table," she said after the Senate
Exposé after exposé after exposé, the jueteng controversy has set both the executive and legislature ablaze, and all because - according to insiders – warring factions from within President Noynoy Aquino’s &