De Lima: PNP is ‘most organized criminal group’


According to Senator Leila de Lima statement, she claimed that the Philippine National Police (PNP) is the most organized criminal group in the Philippines.


“The moment Duterte turned the PNP into a vigilante death squad, its transformation into an organized criminal syndicate has been completed,” De Lima said.

“The PNP under Duterte can now be considered as the most organized criminal group in the country.” She added.

“When you speak of organized crime in the Philippines, you speak of the PNP under Duterte,” she said.

“This is why I continue to worry about the state of the President’s mental health. He displays signs of cognitive dissonance not only in his carefree monologues but worse, also in his official pronouncements,” De Lima said.

“This latest incongruence between his factual assertion of a rotten police force on the one hand and his reliance on them to continue prosecuting his drug war as official government policy has dire consequences, which means more killings by corrupt and criminal policemen.” De Lima said.

“And, as the kidnapping of the Korean shows, these criminal acts won’t be limited to drugs, as we have predicted, but will definitely expand to other police ‘cottage industries’ like kidnap-for-ransom and business shakedowns,” the senator said.

“Aside from this, we hear contradicting pronouncements from his PNP Chief, Bato dela Rosa, who called for a halt to the drug war pending an internal cleansing in the police force. This can be all part of their media obfuscation strategy,” De Lima said.

“We can no longer distinguish between the truth and the lies when this government speaks from the podium. All of this of course is part of the so-called ‘gaslighting’ strategy of feeding the population with lies they want to believe while exerting control over the people through more lies.”

“In the meantime, the country continues to burn amidst all the administration-sanctioned killings and corruption perpetrated by none other than his most trusted police and DOJ (Department of Justice) officials,” she added.


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Source:  inquirer

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