BRING IT ON! : Armed group from Lanao plans to take revenge against Ozamiz cops according to PNP chief Dela Rosa

August 06, 2017
(PNP) Chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa on Monday said they have received an information about an armed group's plan to "retaliate" against the Ozamiz City police.

Dela Rosa said in a press conference in Camp Crame that based on the information, two boats loaded with armed men from Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte are heading to Ozamiz City.

"May mga information na meron daw dalawang bangka na naggaling sa Kolambugan or sa Lanao del Norte na papunta raw sa Ozamiz para reresbak," he said.

He hinted that the armed men are members of the Kuratong Baleleng group in Ozamiz City.

"So sabihin ko sa mga Kuratong Baleleng na 'yan na bring it on," Dela Rosa said.
The Kuratong Baleleng Group was founded by Octavio "Ongkoy" Parojinog Sr. Father of Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr.

Senator Panfilo Lacson also said , a former PNP chief, the Kuratong Baleleng group had evolved into a criminal syndicate engaged in robbery, extortion and kidnapping activities.

he mayor, who is being tied to the Kuratong Baleleng group, was among the 16 people killed by policemen in simultaneous raids last July 30.

Dela Rosa said that he had told Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido, Ozamiz City police chief, to attempt to goad those who desire to strike back against the police by walking in the city's downtown unarmed.

"Sabi ko sige maglakad ka dyan. Huwag kang magdala ng armas para maipakita talaga iyong tapang nitong mga taong ito. Bring it on," he said.

A "survivor" had claimed that policemen, led by Espenido, planted firearms and other pieces of evidence supposedly recovered from the house of the slain mayor.

The Parojinog family had also alleged that they were able to take hold of a CCTV camera recording from the house of Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog-Echavez that would prove policemen planted evidence



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