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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

OFW Who Was Forcefully Arrested By Men Claiming To Be Police Officers In Saudi, Missing?


A netizen by the name Erwin Samano recently made a social media post asking for help to know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW who was forcefully taken by men who are claiming to be policemen for unknown reason.  According to Samano, his colleague Joseph Francisco, a trailer driver for Hammad Al Marri in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, was questioned by civilian policemen inside their flat. The alleged police officers, in civilian clothes at that time, asked to open Francisco’s luggage and check the inside of the bag.   Handcuffed  Francisco was taken to a private car owned by the alleged policemen with plate number 1396 while his luggage was left inside the accommodation where the alleged policemen still tries to open it.  A fellow OFW who was asking the alleged police officers as to what is happening was told to shut up and go to his room. The alleged policeman even threatened him to be handcuffed if he will not stop while holding a wrench in his hand.    In another video, the alleged policeman still tries to open  the luggage. When he cannot open it, he told everyone in the accommodation to stay in their rooms and carried the luggage bag  with him. In a few seconds a commotion started to happen and the man who was takin a video utters " p***ng**a, sinapak pa.." referring to the policemen beating Francisco. The police shouted at them telling them to stay in their rooms and when the person taking the video was already inside, a loud slam of the steel door was heard. The big problem now is that they do not know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW or whether he was arrested by legitimate police officers.  Samano made an appeal to the netizens to share his post, which has been taken down later for his own security. Read More: The effectivity of the Nationwide Smoking Ban or  E.O. 26 (Providing for the Establishment of Smoke-free Environment in Public and Enclosed Places) started today, July 23, but only a few seems to be aware of it.  President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Executive Order 26 with the citizens health in mind. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the executive order is a milestone where the government prioritize public health protection.    The smoking ban includes smoking in places such as  schools, universities and colleges, playgrounds, restaurants and food preparation areas, basketball courts, stairwells, health centers, clinics, public and private hospitals, hotels, malls, elevators, taxis, buses, public utility jeepneys, ships, tricycles, trains, airplanes, and  gas stations which are prone to combustion. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.   Read More:          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas to be provided by the owner of the establishment. Smoking in private vehicles parked in public areas is also prohibited. What Do You Need To know About The Nationwide Smoking Ban Violators will be fined P500 to P10,000, depending on their number of offenses, while owners of establishments caught violating the EO will face a fine of P5,000 or imprisonment of not more than 30 days. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

A netizen by the name Erwin Samano recently made a social media post asking for help to know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW who was forcefully taken for unknown reason by men who are claiming to be policemen.
 According to Samano, his colleague Joseph Francisco, a trailer driver for Hammad Al Marri in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, was questioned by civilian policemen inside their flat. The alleged police officers, in civilian clothes at that time, asked to open Francisco’s luggage and check the inside of the bag.
A netizen by the name Erwin Samano recently made a social media post asking for help to know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW who was forcefully taken by men who are claiming to be policemen for unknown reason.  According to Samano, his colleague Joseph Francisco, a trailer driver for Hammad Al Marri in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, was questioned by civilian policemen inside their flat. The alleged police officers, in civilian clothes at that time, asked to open Francisco’s luggage and check the inside of the bag.   Handcuffed  Francisco was taken to a private car owned by the alleged policemen with plate number 1396 while his luggage was left inside the accommodation where the alleged policemen still tries to open it.  A fellow OFW who was asking the alleged police officers as to what is happening was told to shut up and go to his room. The alleged policeman even threatened him to be handcuffed if he will not stop while holding a wrench in his hand.    In another video, the alleged policeman still tries to open  the luggage. When he cannot open it, he told everyone in the accommodation to stay in their rooms and carried the luggage bag  with him. In a few seconds a commotion started to happen and the man who was takin a video utters " p***ng**a, sinapak pa.." referring to the policemen beating Francisco. The police shouted at them telling them to stay in their rooms and when the person taking the video was already inside, a loud slam of the steel door was heard. The big problem now is that they do not know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW or whether he was arrested by legitimate police officers.  Samano made an appeal to the netizens to share his post, which has been taken down later for his own security. Read More: The effectivity of the Nationwide Smoking Ban or  E.O. 26 (Providing for the Establishment of Smoke-free Environment in Public and Enclosed Places) started today, July 23, but only a few seems to be aware of it.  President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Executive Order 26 with the citizens health in mind. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the executive order is a milestone where the government prioritize public health protection.    The smoking ban includes smoking in places such as  schools, universities and colleges, playgrounds, restaurants and food preparation areas, basketball courts, stairwells, health centers, clinics, public and private hospitals, hotels, malls, elevators, taxis, buses, public utility jeepneys, ships, tricycles, trains, airplanes, and  gas stations which are prone to combustion. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.   Read More:          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas to be provided by the owner of the establishment. Smoking in private vehicles parked in public areas is also prohibited. What Do You Need To know About The Nationwide Smoking Ban Violators will be fined P500 to P10,000, depending on their number of offenses, while owners of establishments caught violating the EO will face a fine of P5,000 or imprisonment of not more than 30 days. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
A netizen by the name Erwin Samano recently made a social media post asking for help to know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW who was forcefully taken by men who are claiming to be policemen for unknown reason.  According to Samano, his colleague Joseph Francisco, a trailer driver for Hammad Al Marri in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, was questioned by civilian policemen inside their flat. The alleged police officers, in civilian clothes at that time, asked to open Francisco’s luggage and check the inside of the bag.   Handcuffed  Francisco was taken to a private car owned by the alleged policemen with plate number 1396 while his luggage was left inside the accommodation where the alleged policemen still tries to open it.  A fellow OFW who was asking the alleged police officers as to what is happening was told to shut up and go to his room. The alleged policeman even threatened him to be handcuffed if he will not stop while holding a wrench in his hand.    In another video, the alleged policeman still tries to open  the luggage. When he cannot open it, he told everyone in the accommodation to stay in their rooms and carried the luggage bag  with him. In a few seconds a commotion started to happen and the man who was takin a video utters " p***ng**a, sinapak pa.." referring to the policemen beating Francisco. The police shouted at them telling them to stay in their rooms and when the person taking the video was already inside, a loud slam of the steel door was heard. The big problem now is that they do not know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW or whether he was arrested by legitimate police officers.  Samano made an appeal to the netizens to share his post, which has been taken down later for his own security. Read More: The effectivity of the Nationwide Smoking Ban or  E.O. 26 (Providing for the Establishment of Smoke-free Environment in Public and Enclosed Places) started today, July 23, but only a few seems to be aware of it.  President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Executive Order 26 with the citizens health in mind. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the executive order is a milestone where the government prioritize public health protection.    The smoking ban includes smoking in places such as  schools, universities and colleges, playgrounds, restaurants and food preparation areas, basketball courts, stairwells, health centers, clinics, public and private hospitals, hotels, malls, elevators, taxis, buses, public utility jeepneys, ships, tricycles, trains, airplanes, and  gas stations which are prone to combustion. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.   Read More:          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas to be provided by the owner of the establishment. Smoking in private vehicles parked in public areas is also prohibited. What Do You Need To know About The Nationwide Smoking Ban Violators will be fined P500 to P10,000, depending on their number of offenses, while owners of establishments caught violating the EO will face a fine of P5,000 or imprisonment of not more than 30 days. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Handcuffed  Francisco was taken to a private car owned by the alleged policemen with plate number 1396 while his luggage was left inside the accommodation where the alleged policemen still tries to open it.
A netizen by the name Erwin Samano recently made a social media post asking for help to know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW who was forcefully taken by men who are claiming to be policemen for unknown reason.  According to Samano, his colleague Joseph Francisco, a trailer driver for Hammad Al Marri in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, was questioned by civilian policemen inside their flat. The alleged police officers, in civilian clothes at that time, asked to open Francisco’s luggage and check the inside of the bag.   Handcuffed  Francisco was taken to a private car owned by the alleged policemen with plate number 1396 while his luggage was left inside the accommodation where the alleged policemen still tries to open it.  A fellow OFW who was asking the alleged police officers as to what is happening was told to shut up and go to his room. The alleged policeman even threatened him to be handcuffed if he will not stop while holding a wrench in his hand.    In another video, the alleged policeman still tries to open  the luggage. When he cannot open it, he told everyone in the accommodation to stay in their rooms and carried the luggage bag  with him. In a few seconds a commotion started to happen and the man who was takin a video utters " p***ng**a, sinapak pa.." referring to the policemen beating Francisco. The police shouted at them telling them to stay in their rooms and when the person taking the video was already inside, a loud slam of the steel door was heard. The big problem now is that they do not know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW or whether he was arrested by legitimate police officers.  Samano made an appeal to the netizens to share his post, which has been taken down later for his own security. Read More: The effectivity of the Nationwide Smoking Ban or  E.O. 26 (Providing for the Establishment of Smoke-free Environment in Public and Enclosed Places) started today, July 23, but only a few seems to be aware of it.  President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Executive Order 26 with the citizens health in mind. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the executive order is a milestone where the government prioritize public health protection.    The smoking ban includes smoking in places such as  schools, universities and colleges, playgrounds, restaurants and food preparation areas, basketball courts, stairwells, health centers, clinics, public and private hospitals, hotels, malls, elevators, taxis, buses, public utility jeepneys, ships, tricycles, trains, airplanes, and  gas stations which are prone to combustion. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.   Read More:          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas to be provided by the owner of the establishment. Smoking in private vehicles parked in public areas is also prohibited. What Do You Need To know About The Nationwide Smoking Ban Violators will be fined P500 to P10,000, depending on their number of offenses, while owners of establishments caught violating the EO will face a fine of P5,000 or imprisonment of not more than 30 days. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
A fellow OFW who was asking the alleged police officers as to what is happening was told to shut up and go to his room. The alleged policeman even threatened him to be handcuffed if he will not stop while holding a wrench in his hand.


In another video, the alleged policeman still tries to open  the luggage. When he cannot open it, he told everyone in the accommodation to stay in their rooms and carried the luggage bag  with him. In a few seconds a commotion started to happen and the man who was takin a video utters " p***ng**a, sinapak pa.." referring to the policemen beating Francisco.
The police shouted at them telling them to stay in their rooms and when the person taking the video was already inside, a loud slam of the steel door was heard.
The big problem now is that they do not know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW or whether he was arrested by legitimate police officers.
A netizen by the name Erwin Samano recently made a social media post asking for help to know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW who was forcefully taken by men who are claiming to be policemen for unknown reason.  According to Samano, his colleague Joseph Francisco, a trailer driver for Hammad Al Marri in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, was questioned by civilian policemen inside their flat. The alleged police officers, in civilian clothes at that time, asked to open Francisco’s luggage and check the inside of the bag.   Handcuffed  Francisco was taken to a private car owned by the alleged policemen with plate number 1396 while his luggage was left inside the accommodation where the alleged policemen still tries to open it.  A fellow OFW who was asking the alleged police officers as to what is happening was told to shut up and go to his room. The alleged policeman even threatened him to be handcuffed if he will not stop while holding a wrench in his hand.    In another video, the alleged policeman still tries to open  the luggage. When he cannot open it, he told everyone in the accommodation to stay in their rooms and carried the luggage bag  with him. In a few seconds a commotion started to happen and the man who was takin a video utters " p***ng**a, sinapak pa.." referring to the policemen beating Francisco. The police shouted at them telling them to stay in their rooms and when the person taking the video was already inside, a loud slam of the steel door was heard. The big problem now is that they do not know the whereabouts of their fellow OFW or whether he was arrested by legitimate police officers.  Samano made an appeal to the netizens to share his post, which has been taken down later for his own security. Read More: The effectivity of the Nationwide Smoking Ban or  E.O. 26 (Providing for the Establishment of Smoke-free Environment in Public and Enclosed Places) started today, July 23, but only a few seems to be aware of it.  President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Executive Order 26 with the citizens health in mind. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the executive order is a milestone where the government prioritize public health protection.    The smoking ban includes smoking in places such as  schools, universities and colleges, playgrounds, restaurants and food preparation areas, basketball courts, stairwells, health centers, clinics, public and private hospitals, hotels, malls, elevators, taxis, buses, public utility jeepneys, ships, tricycles, trains, airplanes, and  gas stations which are prone to combustion. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.   Read More:          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas to be provided by the owner of the establishment. Smoking in private vehicles parked in public areas is also prohibited. What Do You Need To know About The Nationwide Smoking Ban Violators will be fined P500 to P10,000, depending on their number of offenses, while owners of establishments caught violating the EO will face a fine of P5,000 or imprisonment of not more than 30 days. The Department of Health  urges all the establishments to post "no smoking" signs in compliance with the new executive order. They also appeal to the public to report any violation against the nationwide ban on smoking in public places.          ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Samano made an appeal to the netizens to share his post, which has been taken down later for his own security.


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