Raps filed vs CL police chief, Pandi, Bulacan cops over seized magazines

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MANILA, Philippines — Urban poor group Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap (Kadamay) has filed multiple complaints before the Office of the Ombudsman against the director of the Central Luzon police and members of the Pandi, Bulacan police over the alleged unlawful seizure of Pinoy Weekly magazines.

According to Kadamay, cases of simple robbery under Article 294 of Revised Penal Code (RPC) and robbery by the execution of deeds by means of violence or intimidation under Article 298 of the RPC were filed against Central Luzon Director Brig. Gen. Rhodel Sermonia, Bulacan police chief Col. Lawrence Bonifacio Cajipe, Pandi, Bulacan acting police chief Capt. Jun Javier Alejandrino, Lt. Gerard…

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