Eleazar: ‘Exagerrated’ cleanliness drive targets erring cops too

NATIONAL Capital Region Police Office director, Major General Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar yesterday assured the public that their ‘exaggerated cleanliness drive’ not only aims to beautify Metro Manila police stations and precincts but most importantly, ensure that the Philippine National Police’s internal cleansing program will be carried out without any let-up in the metropolis.

PNP investigators want law to make it easy to get CCTV footage

AMID the difficulty being faced by investigators from the Philippine National Police and other law enforcement agencies to immediately secure CCTV footage from banks, hotels, shopping malls and other big corporations, the Philippine National Police leadership is seeking anew the Senate help in crafting a law that will compel business establishments to provide them CCTV recordings within 24 hours from the commission of the crime.

Take a bow, P/SGMA

GLORIA Macapagal Arroyo has many “formers” in her colorful resume: former academician, former government technocrat, former Senator, former Vice President cum cabinet member, former President, former Forbes Magazine 4th most powerful woman in the world, former detainee, former House Speaker.

Cancel CARP debts!

July 14, 2019
And while we are at it, why not start charitable forgiveness with those who absolutely have nothing or were reduced to penury by tilling the land to grow food for others to feast on?

Pinoy’s big wish: No more Jee-Ick-Joos

I join former PNP chief-turned Senator Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa in his fervent wish that there would be no more repeat of the infamous Jee-Ick-Joo killing which embarrassed the country in general and the national police in particular and triggered the abolition of the then PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group in 2017.

Frankenstein author Mary Shelley kept her dead husband’s heart for 30 years

July 13, 2019
Now, it’s up for debate as to whether she actually carried it around with her, although many claim that she did. Indeed, the New York Times speculates in this article from 1885 that what survived the blaze may have actually been Percy’s liver, saturated with sea water. In any case, Percy’s friends and Mary herself believed the charred remnant was the poet’s heart. And this remnant was definitely found in her desk the year after she died, wrapped in one of the last poems Percy ever wrote, an elegy to John Keats called Adonaïs.