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Validity of search warrants

Joe Pallugna THIS article bears a very long caption. It begs for a very heavy answer. And the legal issue affects many arrested suspects of shabu selling or possession. This was answered in the case of Pilipinas Shell, et al. versus Romars International Gases, G.R. No. 189669, which was just …

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Roving enforcers

Egay Uy DOY Ramiro, a dedicated deputized traffic enforcer who is the current helmsman of the volunteer group CRCD, invited me to a tete-a-tete on Monday. We had a few rounds of SMB in his and Sisette’s Toppilog beside that old mall along Corrales Extension. Of course, aside from SMB, …

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Self-fulfilling timeline

THERE are now several videos and articles going around or shall we say trending on the Internet particularly on things that will happen in this month. Are these the globalist’s self-fulfilling assessments and programmed scenarios? It is like saying to us that we have to prepare for the worst and …

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To a newly ordained priest

I ALWAYS get very moved every time I attend a priestly ordination. I can’t help but pray hard for the new priest. With eyes of faith, I see in that event a radical, miraculous transformation of a man, usually young, from an ordinary person—yes, already an “alter Christus” with his …

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An attack on INC

Batas Mauricio SEN. Aquilino Pimentel III got it all wrong when he said that “the investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) of a criminal complaint filed by an expelled Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) member against leaders of the Christian sect is not an attack against the group and has …

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Formula for the new order

Butch Bagabuyo  “In questions of power let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.” – Jefferson, Kentucky Resolution FOR the long haul of 28 years now, the greedy elite in government and elsewhere have been cracking their …

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Disaster preparedness

Pol Lugo SURIGAO City––Now I’m back after I have had that hibernation for a couple of years from print media. Since I have that romance with the print media, I have to come back to continue my romantic episode with it. Here is my first column: Disaster Preparedness. Planet Earth …

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‘Eeny, meeny, miny, moe’

Netnet Camomot I WILL be a happier matrona, er, person after September 5. The last two months have been a series of busy kunohay and I’m now looking forward to Saturday since that and this Friday are the days I’m preparing for. But after the team building last Monday, I …

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Act on San Miguel row now

Letter (The following is an Aug. 31 letter sent to Mayor Oscar Moreno, city police director Senior Supt. Faro Antonio Olaguera, and Edwin Dael, officer in charge of the City Local Environment and Natural Resources Office.) THIS is an an emergency and urgent matter which we, as counsel for the …

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Little gods

Ben Contreras KARL Marx said religion is the opium of the masses or something to that effect. But the masses here refer to the poor who would rather leave their fate to someone above out of desperation. But wait, even the rich can be so devout that they’re willing to …

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