- The PNP-CIDG has amended its original complaint regarding the “ninja cops” controversy
- Resigned PNP chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde is now involved in the complaint
- The former PNP chief has already commented regarding his involvement in the case
The Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) has filed a criminal complaint against its former boss, resigned PNP chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde on Monday.
KAMI learned that the complaint filed against Albayalde has a connection with the “ninja cops” controversy.
In a report by the Inquirer (author Tetch Torres-Tupas), the PNP-CIDG has amended its original complaint to include Albayalde who used to be the Pampanga Provincial Police Director when the supposed “ninja cops” controversy happened.
As reported by GMA News Online (author Anna Felicia Bajo), Albayalde has spoken regarding his involvement in the complaint.
“At least I will be accorded due process now,” Albayalde said.
In 2013, about 13 police officers were allegedly involved in an operation in Mexico, Pampanga. The policemen were accused if “recycling” illegal drugs seized in previous operations.
As previously reported by KAMI, Albayalde has stepped down from his post as the PNP chief prior to his resignation on November 8.
Born on November 8, 1963, Oscar David Albayalde was appointed as the Regional Director of the National Capital Region Police Office in 2016. He served as the chief of PNP since 2018.
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