War vs PAGS and human smugglers
THE way the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) under the dexterous leadership of Director Samuel Pagdilao Jr. is indefatigably waging the war against law-lessness with extra focus on loose firearms, the so-called PAGs or private armed groups, human trafficking and smuggling, among others, it’s appearing the days of the crooked and bastards will soon be over.
For the past few weeks, Pagdilao’s CIDG had been successful in clamping down on several PAGs like those dismantled in Nueva Ecija and Caloocan with due credit
to Northern Metro CIDG commander Chief Inspector Manolo Salvatierra whose unit was responsible for the arrest of at least two PAG members who yielded unlicensed shotguns and ammunitions.
Over in Palawan province, at least seven Filipino victims said to be smuggled to Malaysia were rescued by Pagdilao’s men who managed to arrest one of the smugglers.
Just last night, his group and the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking busted an escort service ring and rescued 60 female sex workers in an
entrapment operation at a prostitution den in Makati City where they nabbed four alleged ring members. It’s really a good thing that this special division of the Philippine National Police is taking the lead in going after these lawbreakers right on time before chaos prevails over us since they’re threatening to destroy the society unless an iron hand hammers them all and that’s what General Pagdilao and his CIDG are preoccupied with nowadays.
Mayor versus Police Chief
Under normal situation, the mayor and the police chief would always be partners may it be in crimes or in good deeds. However, it’s the other way around in Pasay City.
Police chief S/Supt. Napoleon Cuaton, under fire after his Mayor Antonio Calixto wants him sacked by the DILG was telling me that politics is certainly
behind the odds he’s into right now. (To be continued)