A military spokesperson on Thursday said that the two alleged couriers of the bomb that went off prematurely killing them in Pikit town, North Cotabato have close ties with Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter.
“The more plausible one is to evacuate the rumored one US fallen and another wounded that necessitated a helicopter pronto to hide their own and actual participation in the botched operation,” said Fr. Eliseo “Jun” Mercado in a Facebook post afternoon of Thursday.
A live-in partner will now be reunited with her loved one in jail after prison guards caught her hiding drugs inside her sanitary napkin Thursday afternoon.
President Benigno Simeon Aquino III is “doing a Pontious Pilate” in his speech on the “botched” operations of the Philippine National Police – Special Action Force (SAF) in Maguindanao.
Criticism came in fast and furious against President Benigno Aquino III few minutes after reporters questioned him as to
who gave the go-signal for the Sunday’s operation of the Philippine National Police Special Action Force (PNP SAF) in Mamasapano, Maguindanao that killed 44 cops.
The Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter claimed it suffered two casualties during the early dawn Sunday’s clash with PNP-SAF at Barangay Tukanalipao, Mamasapano town in Maguindanao.
A bomb prematurely went off Tuesday night near a convenient store at Barangay Poblacion, Pikit town, North Cotabato apparently killing the two alleged bombers carrying the explosives while onboard a motorcycle, a military spokesperson said.
Some 174 families comprising of 914 individuals, 50 of whom are sick, are currently housed in an evacuation center in Barangay Balit, San Luis, Agusan Sur after they were displaced due to military operations.
According to MILF chief negotiator Mohagher Iqbal, the clash was triggered by lack of coordination on the SAF operation.
The Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter (BIFF) confirmed that it killed at least 15 out of the 45 members of the elite Philippine National Police Special Action Forces in Mamasapano town, Maguindanao on early dawn Sunday.