PNP ‘hides’ Lozada escort

Family fears for ex-sarge’s life

by Jay Chua

The PNP Aviation Security Group has placed SP04 Rodolfo Valeroso, a retired Army master sergeant who escorted ZTE star witness Rodolfo Noel Lozada Jr. upon his arrival from Hong Kong last Feb. 5, in a “safehouse” for his safety.

Chief Supt. Atilano Morada, head of the PNP Aviation Security Group, however, said Valeroso is “not in hiding” and will “surface in due time.”

Morada said Valeroso’s family expressed fears for his life after he was tagged as the alleged abductor of Lozada.

“Lulutang din siya sa tamang panahon, matapos niyang magpahinga,” Morada said.

Morada said Valeroso joined the ASG last December as an “action agent” but did not specify his duties.

Morada refused to elaborate on the term “action agent,” saying it is for Valeroso’s own safety.

He also refused to give details about Valeroso’s age and other personal information.

Morada said they are conducting an investigation on whether the charges of abduction against Valeroso are warranted.

Brig. Gen. (ret.) Angel Atutubo, airport assistant manager for security and emergency services, has said Valeroso told him he was tasked to secure Lozada.

Lozada testified before the Senate’s NBN-ZTE probe that Valeroso took his passport and hand-carried luggage.

Last Feb. 5, Valeroso, Atutubo and NAIA Terminal 1 manager Octavio Lina led Lozada to the departure zone to evade reporters at the arrival area.

From the third floor of the building, the group led Lozada to an elevator, which is closed to the public and used only by employees with their own keys.

The elevator went down to the tarmac, where a waiting vehicle took Lozada and sped him across the runway to the Villamor Air Base exit.

Col. Bartolome Bacarro, Armed Forces public information office chief, said: “If he (Valeroso) is already retired, then of course the Armed Forces of the Philippines has no hand in it and has no control over this person.”

Administration Sen. Joker Arroyo said Lozada appeared credible when he testified last Friday and Monday about his abduction.

Arroyo, former chair of the Blue Ribbon committee, said there are portions of Lozada’s statements that appear to be credible but majority of them lacked documentary evidence.

“In oral testimony, you look at the demeanor. From his demeanor, he seems to be a credible witness. But if you really want to get at the truth, you look at the transcripts of his testimony,” he said.

“It (Lozada testimony) was a case of his word versus those of the government,” Arroyo said.

Arroyo compared Lozada’s demeanor to that of Clarissa Ocampo, the Equitable bank executive who was the main prosecution witness in the 2000 impeachment trial of Joseph Estrada.

“When the time comes for the committee to write its report, this would be one instance where there would be so many separate dissenting and concurring opinions,” Arroyo said.

Senate President Manuel Villar said: “I am one of those who believe that Lozada was kidnapped because he had no control over the situation. He asked to be brought to Pasig but he was not allowed. These are things that happened on the night of his arrival.”

Sen. Mar Roxas said there were inconsistencies in the testimonies of airport and police officials as well as Palace officials in casting doubt on the government’s explanation on Lozada’s flight and details upon his return to the country last week.

“He (Lozada) didn’t want to defend an anomalous transaction, he didn’t want to have to say the things that he would have to say, because he would not lie,” Roxas said.

Retracing the route

Blue Ribbon chair Alan Peter Cayetano said his panel and the committees on national defense and security and on trade and commerce have scheduled an ocular inspection at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

Cayetano said he would ask airport officials to retrace the route where Lozada was “whisked away” from the tube up to outside the airport.

A second hearing on the alleged abduction is set on Monday.

Cayetano said they expect to wrap up the investigation on the abduction and proceed to the “overpricing” of the NBN -ZTE project.

Stop ZTE probe

Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago called for a stop to the NBN-ZTE probe to allow the Ombudsman to take over the case.

“The Ombudsman has announced it has already created a panel to investigate this crime, if there is any; who are involved, who should be prosecuted,” she said.

“There is no more reason why the Senate should continue with its inquiry since it would also have to turn over to the Ombudsman or the Department of Justice the results of its probe,” she added.

“Ang problema natin, marami sa mga senador ang interesadong tumakbo sa 2010, kaya gusto nang sarili nilang sound byte or video byte,” she said.

Cayetano said the creation of the task force by the Ombudsman to investigate NBN-ZTE deal “is too late.”

He said he is too young to aspire for a higher position to “grandstand.” – With Victor Reyes, JP Lopez and Gerard Naval and Jocelyn Montemayor

February 12, 2008 10:37 pm   Posted in: NBN/ZTE

201 Responses

  1. chi - February 12, 2008 11:49 pm

    Bakit ba tago at kidnap ng kidnap ang Pidal criminal gang kung wala (daw) silang pinoprotektahan na super korap na mag-asawang Little One and Big One?!

    Hoy, ilabas ninyo iyang sin Valeroso, sinunod na ang inyong utos e pinarurusahan pa ninyo!

    Dapat ay magpasaklolo rin ang asawa at pamilya ni Valeroso sa media, huwag magpa-uto sa Panakot Ni Pidal (PNP) kung gusto pa ninyong makitang buhay si Valeroso.

    Valeroso is in a safehouse for his safety”! Kanino?! Sino ang magbabanta sa buhay ni Valeroso kundi kayo! Takot na takot kayo ng magsabi ng TRUTH si Valeroso!

  2. grizzy - February 13, 2008 12:06 am

    Noong si Lacson ang PNP Chief, sabi nila si Lacson and his men ang kidnappers. Ayokong maniwala, but with these policemen now perpetrating this kind of crime that they call abduction only pag nabuking, at kidnapping kung may perahan or disappearance na lang kung hindi na nakita ang nawala, parang gusto ko nang maniwala.

    Point is saan na tatakbo ang mga tao kung silang mga pulis at mismo ang mga kriminal? Worse, kapwa pulis nililigpit? Unbelievable! Bagay, iyan ang sabi noong isang taga TV dito na albeit jobs (arubaito in Japanese) na raw ng mga pulis sa Pilipinas iyan. Sa araw pulis, sa gabi pa nga pimp (bugaw) tapos kidnapping, abduction, etc. ang sideline! Nangkupo!

  3. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 12:08 am

    From day one in office, GMA’s government has the practice of hiding witnesses who are damaging to her government. This must stop. People must now stop this practice. Ginagawa na tayong mga tanga. Even Joc Joc and Bedol have not been accounted for…tapos eto na naman isa.

    JDV has given a

  4. grizzy - February 13, 2008 12:11 am

    Sabi ni Brenda stop the probe on the ZTE racket. Manigas siya! All the more reason now that ALL God-fearing Filipinos demand for the continuation of the investigation on this case hanggang sa makulong ang lahat ng kasangkot dito. Tuloy ang dasal, mga amigos y amigas!

  5. balweg - February 13, 2008 12:12 am

    Chi,

    Nakakatuwa naman ito si Chief Morada, lalabas daw sa tamang panahon si SP04 Valeroso yaks! Napagod siguro sa pagbiyahe hanggang Laguna at sa palagay ko eh nahilo yan dahil sa kaiikot, ang siste nito nakalimutang magdala ng usbong ng dahong bayabas kaya hilo.

    Hoy Chief, wag kanang magpaligoyligoy pa kasi bokya na si Mascarinas dahil nag do re mi na sa Senado at heto idiniin pa ni Gen. Razon.

    Kayo ha, lalong magagalit ang taong-Bayan sa iyo Chief kaya hangga’t may panahon pa eh maghugas kamay ka na at tell the truth, mapapasama ka pa sa mga bayani sa Luneta!

  6. grizzy - February 13, 2008 12:12 am

    Tulog muna ako. Kayo naman ang humirit!

  7. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 12:13 am

    Continue….JDV has given a very damaging speech against GMA in Congress, the day he was ousted as Speaker. He is now left with no choice but to tell all that he knows. Pero ano itong naririnig natin na hindi daw niya pinag-reresign si GMA despite Lozada’s recent testimony directly implicating the Arroyos. JDV said what he wants is for her to implement the Moral Revolution. Lintek talaga itong si JDV. Ano pa ang gusto niya? Namamangka na naman. Sa pula sa puti. It’s now for you to tell the people which side you are, JDV! Tama na ang pulitika mo. Tapos na ang salesmanship mo. You now must serve the people who entrusted to you your position and political career.

  8. balweg - February 13, 2008 12:15 am

    Grizzy,

    Ano sila sinuswerte, ngayon pa na may ANGEL na nagkatawang-tao upang magsalaysay ng Katotohan sa likod ng camera ng Pidalismo regime.

    8-years nang pundido ang Masang Pilipino at marami na ang kumakalam ang sikmura sa kanilang katusuhan. Mayayaman na sila at tirhan naman ang bayan kahit na barya.

  9. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 12:17 am

    Hindi lang si Brenda, grizzy. Pati na itong si Bong Revilla nakisawsaw na naman sa panig ng administration. Isa sa pinakatamad sa Senado iyang si Bong tulad ni Lito Lapid. Wala nang inatupag iyan kundi ang mag-chicks. Bihira mag-attend ng Senate hearing…and I was surprised to see him at the last ZTE hearing. Siguro pinapunta ng Malacanang para madagdagan ang mga kasama niyang tuta ni GMA. What he did was to read the prepared questions. Tapos ang papel niya. Then now, he’s also calling for the termination of the ZTE hearing. I hope Jinggoy dumps again his friend Bong who once betrayed Erap during Edsa 2. Kabarkada niya ang isang traidor at bobo.

  10. balweg - February 13, 2008 12:20 am

    Kgg. Brownberry,

    Masanay ka na kay JDV, ang godfather ng mga Trapo eh kahit na luglugin mo yan sa bote eh trapo pa rin ang labas niyan except kung magpapakita ng senyales sa kanyang pagbabago ng paninindigan sa buhay.

    Marami ring kabulastugang ginawa yang sa Kongreso kaya di siya pwedeng magmalinis at sure na susugurin yan ng mga katropa nýa na sumipa sa kanya sa poder.

    Blackmail e ka nga!

  11. balweg - February 13, 2008 12:23 am

    Alam mo Kgg. Brownberry, ang kilala kong Bong Revilla eh nasa showbiz, mayroon ba sa Senado? Para atang wala! Joke, joke, joke…….

  12. grizzy - February 13, 2008 12:25 am

    Last but not the least, I have difficulty reconciling myself with the sentiments of idiots who say that Gloria Dorobo should be given a chance to make amends. What? Hindi pa ba sila nagsawa?

    This idiot has been running the country for 8 years now and has created a culture of impunity that may cause the Lord above to send His angels as he did to Sodom and Gomorrah to destroy it. Heaven forbid!

    Iyon ngang si Abe ng Japan, wala pang one year nasibak na. Marami kasing papalit! To say that nobody can take the place of a dorobo, abaw, malaking insulto iyan sa dunong ng mga pilipino! Parang sinabing puro bobo ang mga pilipino at si dorobo lang ang matalino! Kaya pala hindi makapasok sa UP noong panahon ni President Cinco!

    Ako hindi papayag diyan!

  13. cocoy - February 13, 2008 12:32 am

    Nagpapatahi pa ng sotang madre ang mga kabig ni Valeroso,hayaan ninyo kapag natapos na ng sastre ay tatawagan nila si mike inrikis para sa press con,binigyan ni mike bingot ng singkuwenta mil pambili ng tela.

  14. AdeBrux - February 13, 2008 12:33 am

    Hahahahaah!

    “PNP ‘hides’ Lozada escort”

    This getting to be comic!

  15. atty36252 - February 13, 2008 12:44 am

    “Lulutang din siya sa tamang panahon, matapos niyang magpahinga,” Morada said.
    *****************************

    Lulutang saan? Sa ilog? Face down?

  16. chi - February 13, 2008 12:46 am

    Hahahaha! Kwelang-kwela, Atty!

  17. J. Cruz - February 13, 2008 12:46 am

    The enchanted kingdom is not so enchanted after all!

    Piece by piece…. Block by block…. At a time….

    The Power of Prayers!

  18. d0d0ng - February 13, 2008 12:58 am

    Brilliant move by Senator Santiago to turn over the case to the Department of (in)Justice to remove the political drama and noises. As we knew, government have the upper hand by keeping all lids shut by just saying it is under investigation.

    Naisahan na naman ang senado!

  19. cocoy - February 13, 2008 1:05 am

    Si Santiago lang naman iyan at ilang kabig niya na senator,kaya gusto niyang dalhin doon dahil talo sila.Ang tanong,papayag kaya ang mga nakakaraming magigiting na senador?Bantay sarado na ng tao.

  20. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:09 am

    Sinusumpong na naman si Miriam. Siya at si Joker ang pinangsasangga ng Malakanyang. Lumalaki na kasi ang sunog sa Malakanyang. Mala-impyerno na kasi! Puro demonyo ang nakatira.

  21. d0d0ng - February 13, 2008 1:12 am

    The government has all the answers.

    If the senate is too loud, then it opens up its own dead-end version self-investigation.

    But what is not escaping the attention of the public is the handiwork of the government in all stages of coverup.

    They handpicked a retired army sergeant as escapegoat so the chain of command has deniability of active control. It is laughable when the retired security agent has virtual knowledge and control of all escape routes in an international airport where a possible terrorist activity is a big issue.

    It is obvious that there are so many security blanket thrown at Lozada. Hindi nga pwedeng patayin… hehe.

  22. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:13 am

    Baka si Valeroso eh, pawn lang, mukha niya nag pang-front pero may iba pang grupo ang talagang ha-handle kay Lozada. Sabi ni Lozada ay marami ang kasamang ‘nag-escort’ sa kanya at high tech ang mga dala. Malamang na bini-briefing na si Valeroso.

  23. cocoy - February 13, 2008 1:13 am

    luzviminda;
    Iyan kasi ang napala ng mga tao na bumoto ng may tuliling at nakuartang luga sa taenga kaya tuloy panay ataki ng vertigo ni dyokir.Ang mga ganyang klasing pulitiko ay ireject na.

  24. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:19 am

    Cocoy,

    Alam naman natin na di na mananalo yang Brenda at Joker kung hindi dahil sa daya. Kaya naman sila nakaupo dyan ay dahil sa pandaraya ng partido ni Gloria. Eh asan na nga ba si MeGirl DayanaZubiri? Halata ang mga kampon ng demonyo.

  25. d0d0ng - February 13, 2008 1:22 am

    A RETIRED MILITARY SECURITY ESCORT PLACED IN A SAFEHOUSE FOR HIS SAFETY???

    From whom???

    Senate doesn’t kill….patawa na naman ang administrasyon.

  26. cocoy - February 13, 2008 1:22 am

    luzviminda;
    Kaya nga tuloy ang spin nila to death dahil baka kakanta si Abalos.

  27. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:23 am

    Dapat tanggalin na yang si Atutubo, Cusi at iba pang may kinalaman sa bungled security sa NAIA. Aba eh madali tayong ma-penetrate ng mga terorista. Kaya pala silang lansihin ng isang ‘casual employee’.

  28. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:27 am

    Cocoy,

    Hindi pwedeng kumanta si Abalos kasi siya ang malamang orchestrator ng lahat mula pa sa Hello Garci. Lead character siya sa zarswela. Imagine bakit niya napapayag si Mike Pidal na kumbinsihin si Gloria na maging Govt-to-Govt yung dapat na BOT sa ilang minuto lang after na magalit si Abalos sa telepono at sabihing kalimutan na iyung usapan. Si Abalos malamang eh ‘tumakas’ muna pansamantala palabas ng bansa.

  29. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:37 am

    ‘“Lulutang din siya sa tamang panahon, matapos niyang magpahinga,” Morada said.’

    Malamang nga na nahilo si Valeroso sa paikot-ikot na ginawa nila sa Metro Manila. Baka nagsusuka na dahil sa hilo. O hilong talilong na rin yung mga PNP ni Razon dahil nasabit na sila nang husto. Hindi yata biro ang kasong kidnapping. At conspiracy pa yan ha in the highest level!

  30. cocoy - February 13, 2008 1:44 am

    Napansin mo ba si Abalos na naka merkana at naka rolex na nagdadasal kay Kristo? Sabi ni Kristo sa kanya,Ulol ka pala,dapat ikaw ang maawa sa akin.Hindi mo ba nakikitang naka saplot lang ako dito at giniginaw?

  31. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 1:50 am

    Eto ang pagmamayabang ni Gen. Razon: Mission accomplished. Lozada is well and alive. Dapat sumagot si Lozada nang: Kamuntik na nga eh sir. Kung hindi dahil sa media at pag-iyak ng asawa ko sa media, hindi ako ibinalik sa Manila. Baka tuluyang na-Dacer na ako. That was one salvage that got busted. Malinaw na ililigpit nila sana si Lozada. Saved by the bell wika nga…

  32. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 1:56 am

    Ayan ‘tinago’ na naman nila si Valeroso. Kailangan mag-ingay na rin yung pamilya niya at baka di na siya lumabas ng buhay. Mukhang ‘gambit’ lang itong si Valeroso.

  33. cocoy - February 13, 2008 2:00 am

    luzviminda;
    Palagay ko nga na dapat din tayong mag-ingay para malaman kung ano talaga ang utos nila kay Valeroso.Sa isang banda ay pasalamatan siya dahil hindi niya kinalabit ang gatilyo,siguro nga sinaway niya ang utos at nakonsensya.

  34. luzviminda - February 13, 2008 2:09 am

    Cocoy,

    Yung unang pahayag ni Valeroso sa interview eh nagkataon daw na andun siya at inutusan ni Morada na tumulong sa ‘pagsundo’ kay Lozada. Pero yung ibang grupo ay nakapwesto na sa tarmac at di na alam kung sino-sino yun mga iyon. Ito yung mga anino an mas delikado. Yun ang isa pang dapat malaman. Kung-sino-sino yung kasama sa grupo. Andun ang tirador.

  35. Diego K. Guerrero - February 13, 2008 3:12 am

    Re: “Valeroso is in a safehouse for his safety”.
    Chief Supt. Atilano Morada

    What kind of threat? Who’s the enemy? Atilano Morada could be part of Lozada’s planned abduction by Malacanang mafia. It seems the conspiracy becomes deeper to silence Senate witness Rodolfo Lozada.

  36. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 4:13 am

    Who would believe that those who kidnapped Lozada at the airport didn’t know one another? A security detail or group of security men picking up a VIP like Lozada should have known one another. Kung hindi baka magbarilan silang lahat. That’s a lie. Sabi lang nila iyon na hindi nila kilala si Valeroso para sakaling ma-busted ang operation sa kanya ang bagsak ang sisi. It now appears that Valeroso was the one assigned to liquidate Lozada. Kaya nga nasa safehouse ngayon.

  37. xanadu - February 13, 2008 4:23 am

    Mga posibleng nangyari kay Valeroso:
    1. Sabi ni Luzviminda, bini-briefing pa hanggang ngayon. Ang tantya ko, naka brief na lang siya sa safehouse at hindi pwedeng umalis, bantay sarado.
    2. Ginamit ni Valeroso ang pasport ni Lozada at siya naman ang pumuntang Hongkong sa utos ni Lito Atienza.
    3. Baka nagsasabi ng totoo si Morada, lulutang din si Valeroso dahil itinumba na dahil tapos na ang kanyang misyon. Lulutang sa ilog sa tabi ng umaalingasaw ng Palasyo. Dead man tells no tales.

  38. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 4:34 am

    Excellent analysis, xanadu. Bilib ako sa iyo. Sisipot si Valeroso sa next hearing. Wala siyang sasabihin kundi “Your honor, nagmagandang-loob lang po ako sa pagbuhat ng bag at passport ni Mr. Lozada kasi napansin ko pong pagod na pagod siya sa biyahe.” Tanong ni Sen. Jinggoy: “Eh nasaan ang passport niya ngayon?” Sagot ni Villarosa: “Hindi ko na matandaan kung saan. Parang naipadala ko yata sa Department of Foreign Affairs para ma-renew kasi nakita kong malapit nang mag-expire ang passport niya. Malapit na ang 2010 at ang alam ko po kailangan ma-renew two years before expiration.” Jinggoy: “Ang tanga mo naman. Six months ang deadline bago i-renew. Hindi dalawang taon sa 2010.” Umiiyak na sagot ni Vilarosa: “Wala po kasi akong passport.
    Hindi pa po ako nag-abroad kahit kailan…hu, hu, hu.”

  39. Ellen - February 13, 2008 4:51 am

    From Joseph Madarang:

    I was watching in my television (TFC) last Monday for the whole duration of the investigation of Mr. Lozada. What caught in my attention was no body from the senators asks about the procedure of detailing of PNP personnel as VIP security.

    I am a Former Police Officer of the PSPO and it’s unusual that a civilian was given outright VIP security more than required by the law except the subject give huge amount of money to the officer in charged or the latter was a political ally of the arroyo administration. There is an off the record tradition of these unit which every end of the month before you can get your salary the PNP personnel from these unit should give at least 10% of the amount received as part of the honorarium given by the VIP. I told you these so that these practice must be stop. Imagine the total strength of the PSPO personnel estimated to more or less 1,500 all these personnel can’t received their salary at the end of the month if they will not give 1000 pesos as ten percent for the honorarium received from their VIP.meaning every month they have at least 1 million and in one year they have 12 million…. I have also reservation of my expose for the PNP from Recruitment, Deployment of personnel and Promotion….

    As a former member of the said unit deploying of our personnel to a civilian VIP was only granted upon the treat assessment was established or their is an eminent treat which was conducted by the Intelligence group of our unit. another thing the personnel deploy should not more than two personnel and no Senior PNCO (SPO4) or Police Officer Ranking from Police Inspector Allowed to secure the VIP.

    In these case it’s really clear that these PNP personnel involved has something to do with the abduction or kidnapping of Mr. Lozada may be they’re protecting someone that’s very important people or authority from the Aroyo government rather than protecting the life of Mr. Lozada. What I most feared of, if ended the media was not learned about the arrival of the subject then may be Mr. Lozada now is 6 feet below the ground. As I know no one stand against the aroyo allies…

    The usual procedure that was stated by Gen Razon and Col Mascariòas is clearly far from the truth and a cover up of the scenario…the question is, why the subject was given VIP personnel with out proper conducting of treat assessment? 2nd, why a full pledge Colonel or Senior Police Officer of the PSPO is the one who acted as Team leader during the said securing of the VIP?

  40. rose - February 13, 2008 4:53 am

    Doon sa play na napanood ko “The Widows” three dead bodies were found in the river na nawawala sa village sa mga lalakihan ..And when all the women of the village claimed the body found in the river was that of her loved one..nalito ang newly assigned captain ng military..I hope Valeroso will not be such a case..

  41. cocoy - February 13, 2008 4:54 am

    Brownberry;
    Natagpuan mo rin iyong magtitinapa na suki ni Tongue.Hehehe! Bilib ako sa iyo.

  42. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 5:04 am

    Cocoy, idol ka din iyan si Tongue kaya lang kung minsan binabangga niya ako. I like him, you and balweg. Pero asar ako dito kina dOdOng at appy_hilmore.

  43. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 13, 2008 6:36 am

    Salamat guys. For my suggestion on Alternative Title for Today’s Blog Thread:

    Kidnapper nakidnap?

  44. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 6:46 am

    Tongue, mine is a better suggestion with this title: Kidnapper nakidnap ng mga kidnapper!

  45. bayonic - February 13, 2008 7:21 am

    … i thought nagbigay na si Valeroso ng “Exclusive” interview sa TV ? was this before he was “hidden” ? i didn’t really watch the entire interview … just a teaser … so what was the meat of that interview , anyone ?

  46. grizzy - February 13, 2008 7:42 am

    Tongue: Kidnapper nakidnap?

    *****
    Bwahahahahahahaha! Kakabagan ako sa inyo! :-P

  47. kapatid - February 13, 2008 8:15 am

    guys, off topic po, but please attebd the prayer rally at La Salle greenhills at 10 am on Sunday. Cory Aquino would be there. It would mean a lot to Jun and his family if they see the extent of the support of the people. For those who are abroad, please encourage your relatives in Manila to join. As an aside, nakakatawa yung mga reaction sa Philstar online, tinake over ng mga mangmang ba sila o bayad ng people’s money, puro paninira, lahat.

  48. Diego K. Guerrero - February 13, 2008 8:17 am

    Re: Valeroso ng “Exclusive” interview sa TV
    http://www.gmanews.tv/video/17988/Morada-Valeroso-gives-interview-with-GMA-News
    Alleged kidnapper Veleroso before he was ‘abducted’by UFO. hahahah!

  49. grizzy - February 13, 2008 10:40 am

    Nakakaawa naman ang mamang (Valeroso) iyan na naiipit dahil sa pagsunod sa mga dorobo! Pero teka, ang ganda ng bahay. Pabahay ba ni Gloria?

  50. cocoy - February 13, 2008 10:46 am

    Mga saragati kayo! Hehehe!

  51. rose - February 13, 2008 10:58 am

    bakit matakot si Valeroso? at kanino? kay Lozada? nagpapatawa talaga..

  52. piping dilat - February 13, 2008 11:49 am

    Someone should ask/interrogate Ronaldo Puno, being the DILG secretary, in charge of the entire PNP… And unofficially the head of the Dept of Dirty Tricks of GMA. Most likely, hawak nya si Valleroso… since operation nya ang Lozada abduction.

  53. happy gilmore - February 13, 2008 12:15 pm

    sa gubyerno – ang mga malalaking “singaw” na balita tungkol sa pera means one and ONLY one thing –

    may hindi nabayaran….

    ang mga hindi nabayaran – pag nakabuko ng anumalyang DAPAT sana ay kasali sila – mag -iinarte (i.e. conduct hearings) para MAGPAPRESYO.

    MEANING

    magkano kaya ang presyo ni Cayetano? ni Lacson?

  54. masha - February 13, 2008 1:53 pm

    i heard ang galing daw ni mar magtanong. from his line of questioning, naging apparent na lozada was not in control when he was taken from the airport. yung kwentong di kunuha yung celfone at dinala rin naman siya sa lsgh ay di enough na sabihin na di kinidnap si lozada.

    siguro naiinggit si miriam kasi mas magagaling sina mar, chiz and alan sa kanya.

    bilib ako kay mar even nung nagtatanong siya kay formoso. ang linaw at may pinatutunguhan ang mga tanong. korina though is a liability.

  55. Elvira Sahara - February 13, 2008 2:21 pm

    Itinago kasi may baho!
    Siguro, isa din itong si Valeroso na takot humarap sa SEnate at baka hindi rin makapag-tell-a-lie! Very big problem ito sa isang IMPOSTOR diyan sa kaharian by the murky river! Abangan…

    Happy G:
    Pasalamat ka at HINDI “for sale” si Cayetano o si Lacson!
    Kung meron man ay siguro ito: ang supposed to be combined “kutong” ni Abalos at Big Boy sa ZTE deal! BUT: Papayag naman kaya si Abalos at Big Boy?

  56. grizzy - February 13, 2008 6:05 pm

    Frankly, this hiding of witnesses to be interrogated is criminally offensive. Never heard of in Japan, where this kind of investigations are vigorously pursued for not just for a show but to make sure that no official of the government, whether career bureaucrat or elected politicians, gets involved in any graft and corruption nor anyone getting above the law the way these policemen, et al are told to do by a criminal calling herself “president.”

    This should be stopped once and for all. The federation of bar associations in the Philippines, etc. should in fact take the initiative to assist that this is done by invoking the law and obedience to it by all means. It should be done and can be done especially considering the fact that a lot many of their members are elected to public offices as these Senators and Congressmen, who should be axed if caught accepting bribes in the form of pork barrels as is the case at present.

    Something must be done to stop what the idiot has been doing since she grabbed the presidency and even perhaps before that as is the case, rumor or no rumor.Enough is enough. Hindi pa ba nagsawa ang mga pilipino?

    At sinong may sabing walang ipapalit kay Gloria Dorobo. She has no prerogative to declare herself as inflalible and/or indispensible. God has not been unfair to make her superior or even just to feel superior than anyone still remaining in that literally now forsaken country. Bakit pinababayaan ang hayup na iyan na insultuhin ang lahat ng mga pilipino? Tama na, sobra na. Sibakin na iyan.

  57. grizzy - February 13, 2008 6:22 pm

    At least, I am gald to hear that the IBP is taking the initiative to leave the protest against these abuses by showing their physical presence in the hearing of Lozada on Friday. Dapat lang. Time likewise that they take the initiative to talk with the people and represent them in court as they seek redress for the many grievances, oppressions, etc. that are being committed freely by these lawbreakers calling themselves as “enforcers of the law.” They should stop this reign of terror being perpetrated by this illegitimate regime of Gloria M. Arroyo, a.k.a. Gloria Dorobo y Pidal.

    Kahit murahin ko ang animal na ito, hindi pa rin natitinag. And why should I hesitate to say those expletives that definitely and fitly describes her. Pasalamat siya, I have resolved to say the worst of all those Philippine expletives, which is “P…..ina niya!” not just because I would not like to incur the ire of the Lord above but more because I would not like to put myself to the level of these foul-mouthed crooks like the Fatso, his piggy brother and boorish children, including the daughter who will be better off maybe cutting her belly or jumping from a high building even just to help clean their family name!

    Never heard of such daughter doing the same whitewashing of her parents’ sins, not even Makiko Tanaka whose father was axed for getting involved in the Lockheed scandal in the 70′s that was no different from this ZTE bribery scandal involving even the former COMELEC Chief. Kasi dito, the more they talk and try to justify their actions, the more they are conceived to be guilty of wrongdoing. Kailangang matoto ng good manners and right conduct ang anak na ito, or better still, umako ng kasalanan especially when the public already know that what she eats, enjoys and is fed to her comes from stolen funds and monies.

    Nakakahiya!

  58. grizzy - February 13, 2008 6:23 pm

    … I am glad…

  59. broadbandido - February 13, 2008 6:57 pm

    Paano naman kasi, malaki raw ang kailangan ni Luli para ipa-ayos ang mukha niya.

    Ang problema nga lang ay walang tumanggap ng challenge. Impossible task na raw, ayon kay Belo at Calayan.

  60. Brownberry - February 13, 2008 9:49 pm

    Nagsalita na si malnourished looking na Luli sa TV pero message lang at hindi kita ang mukha. They say she’s now working abroad. Does she have to work abroad and where? Duda ako. As usual, ipinagtanggol niya ang daddy niya. Halatang Daddy’s Girl The way she defended her dad again as if she’s saying her dad is the most honest. Like Father, like Daughter. Ewan ko kung niretoke na niya ang baba niya. Babaless kasi. Kabaligtaran siya ni Ai-Ai.

  61. grizzy - February 13, 2008 10:42 pm

    Sabi nga, pag honest si Fatso, wala nang dishonest! Siyempre tatay niya, natural lang ipagtanggol noong anak dahil reflection niya iyong tatay niya. Law of heridity sabi nga! May lahi pa yata iyan ng siraulo dahil sila-sila nag-aasawahan.

  62. Brownberry - February 14, 2008 1:41 am

    Ewan ko ba…basta etong sina GMA at Luli ang pinakapangit na nilalang sa balat ng lupa.

  63. BOB - February 14, 2008 6:35 am

    Ellen, please check mo si Mascarinas (PSPO) dalawa mansyon niyan , isa sa QC, isa Makati) marami rin sasakyan iyan dahil balita ko Jueteng Lord iyan

  64. Valdemar - February 14, 2008 7:10 am

    Valeroso has been a tried success troubleshooting in the govt service as a travel expert. He took care of the Garci baklassed passport. He took Lozada’s things including passport to get it stamped with exit visas to get him out quickly again. His work is indispensable, well, even in the cold.

  65. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 14, 2008 7:35 am

    Si Lacson, masusuhulan mo? “Tanga” nga ang tawag ni Berroya kay Lacson dahil tinatanggihan ang jueteng payola na kahit sinong ugok mula barangay tanod hanggang presidente tinatanggap. Kung yung bilyun-bilyong alok ng mga Chinese drug lords tinatanggihan, ipinakulong pa nga.

    Yung P50 Million na bigay ng Chinese community, pati mga pabuya ng mga nasalba niya sa kidnap, tinanggihan at imbes ipinabili na lang niya ng gamit para sa PAOCTF.

    Akala mo ba hindi tinangkang suhulan ng mga Arroyo si Lacson? Puwes, nagkamali sila, hindi lahat ng tao, may presyo. Magkakalakas ba nang lakas ng loob iyan na patinuin ang mga kotong cops kung meron ni isang kaso ng lagayan na nasabit iyan?

    Ni hindi magtangka yung mga DOROBO sa Malacañang na imbentuhan siya ng kasong corruption dahil mapapahiya sila, ikaw pa, happy?

  66. Brownberry - February 14, 2008 7:44 am

    Bob, thanks for the info about Mascarinas. Kaya nga nagtaka din ako ng sabihin ni Lozada na sa La Salle nag-aaral ang anak ni Mascarinas. How could a simple Colonel like him send his children to expensive schools like La Salle and even owns mansion. Gantihan din lang…ibulgar na lahat ang mga hidden wealth ng lahat ng President’s Men.

  67. Brownberry - February 14, 2008 8:10 am

    Tongue, narinig ko na ang mga sinabi mo tungkol kay Lacson. Malinis siya…kaya mahal ng Tsinoy Community. That’s why the Chinese Community supported him last election and would still support him in 2010. Siya lang yata (at si Trillanes) ang umayaw sa Senate Pork Barrel.

  68. Diego K. Guerrero - February 14, 2008 1:24 pm

    Re: si Mascarinas (PSPO) dalawa mansyon niyan

    What’s going on GMA’s lifestyle check among government officials? The Presidential Anti-Graft Commission (PAGC) should investigate Col.Marcarinas’ alleged mansions and luxury cars. Baka maunang makulong si Lozada.

  69. broadbandido - February 14, 2008 6:40 pm

    Sino na nga yung Jueteng Lord na police official din na may mansyon sa Cavite (jueteng scandal ni Sandra Cam)? Ano na nangyari sa kaso nuon?

  70. Valdemar - February 14, 2008 8:07 pm

    You mean La Salle is accepting the devil’s money, too? Or its katas? Mabuti di makonsenya ang mga anak ng mga mangkakatas na nagaaral doon. Baka makakapal na rin.

  71. Brownberry - February 14, 2008 9:31 pm

    Valdemar, maraming mga anak ng mga gambling lords, big time criminals, matataas na opisyales ng gobyerno, militar at pulis ang nag-aaral sa mga exclusive expensive schools. May mga iba pa ngang nag-aaral sa abroad. If you’re asking how these guys could afford it, I don’t have the answer.

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