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Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa was allegedly killed by some members of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) who were supposed to present an arrest warrant inside the jail cell of Espinosa. Concerned netizen Krizette Laureta shared a different scenario on her Facebook Page giving evidences on who will benefit from killing Mayor Espinosa.


According to Krizette Laureta Chu on her Facebook Page, there's no way that a person who was already jailed could be killed by arresting officers because he fought back. The concerned netizen bravely noted on her FB page that Sen. Leila De Lima will allegedly benefit from the death of Mayor Espinosa.

Chu shared some evidences on how the CIDG manipulated the story of killing the Mayor who was already jailed and the timing of the arrest was made when the PNP Chief Gen. De la Rosa is on leave.

Here's the Complete Statement of Krizette Chu:

Gusto ko yung mga snarky comments ng anti Duterte people na akala mo alam na alam nila ang nangyari. Gusto ko yung nag prepretend silang tanga, kunyari di nila alam na ang makikinabang sa pagkamatay ni Espinosa si De Lima at ang mga drug lords. Kunyari pa kayo. Wag kami. Don't us.
"Ano yun? Nasa kulungan na nanlaban pa?" CHOS. Maling tanong, dapat: "Nasa kulungan na, napatay nyo pa?"

Mabilis hindi maging tanga. Magbasa ng news tungkol sa pangyayari. CIDG kasi at hindi local Baybay police ang gumawa nito. Umarte ng naaayon sa alam at ganda, bes.

1. Una sa lahat, hindi local Baybay police ang pumatay kay Espinosa. CIDG, who went there at, tadaaah, 4 am. Mga bes, alam nyo bang considered forced entry ang CIDG don? Kaya ako concerned na wala si Bato dito kasi kung nandito sya sana natawag agad sa kanya ang pagtangka ng CIDG at baka nasolusyonan. Yan ang tinatawag na timing.

"Chief Superintendent Elmer Beltejar, the Eastern Visayas police director, said there was “no coordination” with his office by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group Region 8 office, which carried out the operation.

And a source within the Leyte jail management system, who asked not to be named for lack of authority to discuss the matter, said there was a standoff and what he described as a near shootout when guards at the Baybay jail refused to allow the CIDG agents inside because they supposedly did not have copies of the search warrants with them.

The Baybay jail is under the provincial government, not the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology."

2. Who wants the head of Espinosa? Ang daming pangalan sa blue book nya. Aside from De Lima, many of Leyte's top politicians are there as protectors, including, allegedly, some of the members of the Petilla-Loretos, one of the oldest political clans, as well as Lucy Torres Gomez's brother, Matt.
Why is this list unreleased? kailangan daw ng 2 corroborating evidence. Isa na lang ang kailangan na evidence kasi may returned checks made out to some of the protectors. Kasama sa listahan na ito ang ilang congressmen, board members, etc. May sinumpaang salaysay si Espinosa, but it would have been better if he was alive.

3. According to a well entrenched, politically connected friend from Leyte, who I just talked to minutes ago, some of these congressmen secretly met to plan to oust Albuera police chief Espinido as he cannot be controlled by anyone. See: Gomez wanting to Espinido to be killed.Facebook rant lang naman. Why? Hindi ko masyadong naintindihan maliban sa ini implicate ang kapatid ni Lucy. See attached photo: The Vanguard is a local paper in Leyte.


Albuera police chief Espinido wanted Espinosa to be retained in Albuera jail, but he was transferred to Baybay, because of jurisdiction. I maintain that the government should have gotten Espinosa because this is not a normal case.

Do not forget, only a couple of months ago, pinatay din ang lawyer ng mga Espinosas, inside his car, in Tacloban City.

Ano, ayaw nyo pa ring maniwala na malala ang drug problem sa bansa?
Ano, kunyari nagtatanga-tangahan kayo? Kayo ang magising.

Source:  Krizette Laureta Chu

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