Sandigan: Enough proof in sexual harassment case vs AFP colonel

The Sandiganbayan has junked the plea of an Army colonel to allow him to contest the sufficiency of the Ombudsman’s evidence in his sexual harassment case.

The post Sandigan: Enough proof in sexual harassment case vs AFP colonel appeared first on Inquirer News.

Read more

Military won’t take over BOC civilian posts – Duterte

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday defended his decision to put the Bureau of Customs (BOC) temporarily under military control, saying there was “no law and order” in the corruption-plagued agency.

The post Military won’t take over BOC civilian posts – Duterte appeared first on Inquirer News.

Read more

De Lima slams DOJ for admitting 13 drug convicts as state witnesses

Sen. Leila de Lima has filed a complaint against Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra and his predecessor, Vitaliano Aguirre II, for “illegally admitting as state witnesses” 13 convicts who implicated her in the illegal drug trade at New Bilibid Prison (NBP).

The post De Lima slams DOJ for admitting 13 drug convicts as state witnesses appeared first on Inquirer News.

Read more

Bishop: Victims of drug war die ‘without valid grounds’

Bishop: Victims of drug war die ‘without valid grounds’

The head of the country’s biggest Catholic archdiocese expressed full support for a planned Senate probe into the mostly drug-related daily killings in the city and province that have already claimed 198 lives since February.

The post Bishop: Victims of drug war die ‘without valid grounds’ appeared first on Inquirer News.

Read more