Ex-PDEA leader suggests Aquino should withdraw from the ‘ ninja cops ‘ investigation

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According to retired General Dionisio Santiago, former head of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), Aaron Aquino, should resign.

 Guia Gomez Castro, the supposed drug rein of Manila and supposed to have worked with “ninja police” in the recycling of seized drugs, has lately been blamed by Aquino. Castro is still being searched by authorities after it escaped to the United States.

Santiago believes that politics are behind the problems against outgoing Chief Oscar Albayalde, General of the Philippine National Police, and why he lately resurrected his alleged involvement in the 2013 irregulatory drug activities in Pampanga.

At the hearing, Aquino verified that he actually got a call from Albayalde on the case. Instead, Albayalde confessed to making a call to verify the status of the case.

At the hearing, Aquino verified that he actually got a call from Albayalde on the case. Instead, Albayalde confessed to making a call to verify the status of the case.

Santiago said the accusations against Albayalde made by Baguio, Benjamin Magalong Chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).

Moreover, the dispute among Philippine Military Academy (PMA) fellow graduates shocked him.

Between 2006 and 2010, Santiago led PDEA. In July 2017, President Rodrigo Duterte appointed him as chairwoman of the Dangerous Drugs Committee (DDB); after his declaration against a drug-rehabilitation center in New Ecija, he resigned four months later.

 In 1970 he graduated from the Philippine Military Academy and in 2002-2003 he was appointed Chief of Staff of the Philippine Army.

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