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Peñarrubia Police Station

 

peñarrubia police station

Peñarrubia Police Station


June 21, 2022


"8-man team of Peñarrubia MPS led by Police Captain Aldrin B Alipio, acting Chief of Police conducted PNP Checkpoint in Barangay Riang, Peñarrubia, Abra for the implementation of Municipal Ordinances."


Peñarrubia Municipal Police Station Contact Details:

  • Peñarrubia Police Station Hotline Number: 0998-598-7706 | 0916-469-7140
  • fb/Pnp Abra Penarrubia
  • twitter/PNPAbraPeñarrubia


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Lagangilang Police Station

lagangilang police station

 

Lagangilang Police Station


Dumanun Makitungtung


Maysa nga kultura ti Cordillera ket ti "Dap-ayan/Dap-ay" wenno pang-uumong ti umili tapno sulbaren ti maysa nga parikut. Ti Communist Armed Conflict ket maysa nga parikut iti ili nga kasapulan  nga "Idanun ti tungtungan" para iti pagsayaatan ti kaaduan.


Lagangilang Municipal Police Station Contact Details:

  • Lagangilang Hotline Number: 0998-598-7699
  • fb/Abra Lagangilang
  • twitter/PNPAbraLagangilang


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Termite Gang

 

termite gang

Termite Gang


A termite gang is a group of thieves who rob banks, pawnshops, and various establishments using boltcutters, hydraulic jacks, and other equipment to force them to open the establishment they want to rob.


Digging ditches and drilling holes in adjacent buildings served as their tunnels to carry out their theft plan.


Ano ang Termite Gang?


Ang termite gang ay isang grupo ng mga kawatan na nagnanakaw sa mga bangko, sanglaan at iba't ibang establisimento na gumagamit ng mga boltcutter, hydraulic jacks at iba pang kagamitan para pwersahan nilang mabuksan ang establisimento na nais nilang pagnakawan.


Paghubukay ng mga kanal at pagbubutas sa mga katabing gusali ang nagsisilbi nilang lagusan para maisagawa ang plano nilang pagnanakaw.


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No prior permit required to assemble

No prior permit required to peaceably assemble

BP 880 is a martial law era statute that is ironically titled because it is being used to stifle exercise of the very same rights it supposedly guarantees. Under sec. 13, only a leader/organizer may be held liable, a participant cannot be held liable.

Under sec. 13, the rest of the prohibited acts pertain to the police or authorities, i.e., what they cannot do (read in relation to sec. 9 on non interference) in relation to peaceful assemblies, even without a permit. 

In BAYAN v. Ermita, the SC directed LGUS to designate freedom parks under Sec. 15 within 15 days; if, after such period, none are designated, ALL public parks and plazas in LGUS are deemed freedom parks, with no permit required for an assembly save for notice for coordination. 


Dispositive portion of BAYAN v. Ermita: 

WHEREFORE, the petitions are granted in part, and respondents, more particularly the Secretary of the Interior and Local Governments, are DIRECTED to take all necessary steps for the immediate compliance with Section 15 of Batas Pambansa No 880 through the establishment or designation of at least one suitable freedom park or plaza in every city and municipality of the country. After thirty (30) days from the finality of this Decision, subject to the giving of advance notices, no prior permit shall be required to exercise the right to peaceably assemble and petition in the public parks or plazas of a city or municipality that has not yet complied with Section 15 of the law. Furthermore, Calibrated Preemptive Response (CPR), insofar as it would purport to differ from or be in lieu of maximum tolerance, NULL and VOID, and respondents are ENJOINED to REFRAIN from using it and to STRICTLY OBSERVE the requirements of maximum tolerance. The petitions are DISMISSED in all other respects, and the CONSTITUTIONALITY of Batas Pambansa No. 880 is SUSTAINED.

Reading Secs. 13(a) vis 14 (a), 15, and 9 in relation to BAYAN v. Ermita, can a person be arrested without a warrant under Rule 113, sec. 5(a) or even (b)? NO, for so long as the assembly is peaceful and it is in a designated freedom park or one deemed so (cf. BAYAN)

Source: Ted TE (@TedTe)

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