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QC, Manila, Cebu, Davao, CDO Top List of Most Index Crimes — PNP Data

Published April 1, 2016 9:35pm

001 Cities Crime Index

Quezon City registered the most index crimes among chartered cities in the Philippines from 2010 to 2015, followed by Manila, Cebu, Davao, and Cagayan De Oro, the Philippine National Police (PNP) revealed on Friday.

Data released by the police bureau showed that out of the country’s top 15 chartered cities, Quezon City had the biggest percentage share, accounting for 17.10 percent.
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A Climate of Fear: The Real Davao

by Teller of Truth (Cynthia Patag)
March 23, 2016

3 to 6 months na pagsugpo sa Kriminalidad sa buong bansa ay pangakong pagyayabang lang na imposibleng mangyari dahil ang Davao mismo ay hindi ligtas sa mga banta ng kriminalidad.

Patunay dito ang leak na lumabas mula sa loob ng Davao City Hall na nagbunyag sa malalang Sistema sa Davao. Ito ay ang patungkol sa corruption at droga. Heto ang mga sumusunod:
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Of Mayor Duterte

Gen Manlosa
December 6, 2015

This is my own piece to the sudden surge of Duterte fans, Please respect my own view based on my long stay in Davao City. Kudos to my friends in the media in Davao City—specially Peter Lavina, Dodong Solis, Edith Ging Z. Caduaya, Bay Tonyo, Charles Raymond Maxey and others in the Duterte camp who were part of my media career in Davao City since my stay there in 1989. (Just let me visit Malacanyang Media Center once you will be there, hehe).

I was a young reporter then beating police reports in the early morning until midnight and stay vigil for more extended hours waiting for scoop.
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MMA Fighter Ale Cali Shot Dead in Davao City

The motive could have been a personal vendetta arising from a business deal or a traffic altercation, according to a source

Nissi Icasiano
Published 2:58 PM, August 16, 2015
Updated 3:26 PM, August 16, 2015

MANILA, Philippines – Former PXC flyweight champion Ale Cali was shot dead for still unknown reasons on Sunday, August 16.
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