The woman said she did not know bomb jokes were a criminal offense.
Allizon Villanueva, self-proclaimed future son-in-law of animal murderer Antonio O. Lizardo threatens bashers of Rose Ann Lizardo
In a great but rare display of utter stupidity and wanton disregard of Philippine animal humane laws, self-proclaimed “boyfriend” of Rose Ann Lizardo, Allizon Villanueva, showed “his” great displeasure at the fact that “his” so-called “girlfriend” is feeling the wrath of the social media for sharing and boasting about a criminal act done by her father.
Another animal murderer has been spotted, identified as Antonio O. Lizardo, who also shot dead his neighbor’s dog out of annoyance from the dog’s barking. The incident is reminiscent of the report of Dominador Capispisan doing the exact criminal act, for an ex-policeman.
President Benigno Aquino III has signed into law a bill seeking to ban small children from riding motorcycles, similar to an ordinance enacted in Quezon City earlier.
To further strengthen its capability to secure the country’s maritime domain, the Philippine Navy (PN) will be putting up more littoral observatory stations (LOS) as it continue to develop existing naval bases in the north.
The Philippine government has begun preparations to acquire three more decommissioned Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Balikpapan-class heavy landing craft (LCH) vessels.
A Facebook post demonizing a Philippine Bureau of Immigration officer for unprofessional behavior has been making rounds and being circulated.
We’ve heard how the commission makes itself heard when criminals get their just desserts, often of the mortal kind, and when soldiers decisively defeats rebels, often complaining of overkill. Also when rallyists step over the line and the police do their job, they often complain. But now that there’s policemen injured by rallyists, why are they SILENT?
And the day has finally come to pass: Microsoft Windows 10 is officially unveiled worldwide to a jaded audience who only saw the lackluster Windows 8 and 8.1.
The Philippine National Police is planning to set up a database of police officers involved in illegal activities as a reference for future appointments and promotions in the police force, PNP chief Director General Ricardo Marquez said yesterday.