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Monday, February 01, 2016

PAO Chief Atty Acosta:We Will Counter File A Case to OTS and Police If They Will Not Stop Planting Bullet!


Inquirer reports that the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) has threatened to file counter-charges against members of the Office for Transport Security (OTS) and the Philippine National Police Aviation Security Group (PNP-ASG) if “tanim bala” (bullet planting) incidents would continue at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia). 

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She said they will file a complaint for planting of evidence.



via Inquirer: "To date, Acosta said 32 cases of tanim-bala have been dismissed by the prosecutors. (Gina) Maliwat, (an OFW based in Macau who was the latest victim of bullet planting at NAIA)in her counter-affidavit which was sworn before the Philippine Consular Office in Macau, said she passed the initial X-ray screening at Naia Terminal II, but it was during the final screening that she was told that a bullet was found in the outer pocket of her shoulder bag.
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 “Respondent never dealt with firearms or ammunition. She does not even know how to handle a gun. She never believed in superstitions or amulets. She has absolutely no intention at all to possess the alleged bullet found inside her brown shoulder bag,” Maliwat’s manifestation, submitted to the DOJ through Acosta stated.
Maliwat added that she has no intention to possess or handle bullets.

She said: “I am a mere domestic helper whose dream/intent is to work abroad to help support my family financially.”
The case against Maliwat has been submitted for resolution.

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