[Trending Now] Duterte's Warning For Drug Dealers In Prison: 'Pray That I Don't Go Crazy'
Authorities are expending major efforts in getting rid of illegal drug dealers, especially in those jail. However, President Rodrigo Duter...
Authorities are expending major efforts in getting rid of illegal drug dealers, especially in those jail. However, President Rodrigo Duterte warns them that if he gets "crazy," he can "finish" them straight off.
“Magdasal lang sila na hindi ako mabuang. Kasi kapag ako nabuang, ako na magdala ng M16. May mga ano lang ako siguro, may dalwang bandolier, ubos lahat iyan. Tapos ang problema natin,” Duterte said in his speech at the 9th Infantry Division in Pili, Camarines Sur.
He added, “Itong mga p**** i***, ginawa tayong loko-loko.”
Duterte noticed that illegal drugs in the community has already decreased. Now what has to be done is to go to the country’s prison which includes the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa.
“Ngayon wala na masyado sa labas. But if you you want to buy shabu, ung magnenegosyo ka, kailangan pupunta ka muna sa mga penal colonies, pati diyan sa Muntinlupa. Totoo iyan,” Duterte mentioned.
“Ako abogado, hindi ako nagsisinungaling,” he also added.
When the House Committee on Justice continued last Wednesday, Duterte made the statement on the inquest of the alleged illegal drug trade at NBP.
This problem is now being forwarded to the Special Action Force commandos. “Ang gaming assessment ngayon kaya lalagyan ng jammer. Kita mo, mag-gastos pa tayo. Tanggalin ko muna iyong mga ano, lagyan ko ng SAF [Special Action Force of the Philippines National Police],” Duterte mentioned.
Philippine National Police Chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa said on Friday that the number of illegal drugs in the country has decreased by 80 to 90 percent in more than two months under the Duterte Administration’s campaign against illegal drugs in the country.
“The good news is that we have significantly reduced the supply of illegal drugs in the country by some 80 to 90 percent,” Dela Rosa mentioned in his talk in front of Region 5 Police at Camp Simeon Ola in Legazpi City.
“We are posting tremendous gains and slowly but surely winning the streets from the illegal drug menace while removing the fear of crime and violence in the hearts of our countrymen,” Dela Rosa added.
They now expect safer streets with drug personalities out of the communities, Dela Rosa also mentioned.
“If anyone is more afraid these days, these are the people who are involved in the illegal drug trade that their days are numbered because they may be arrested and jailed anytime,” he also mentioned.