Senator Franklin Drilon was the first, among others to question the PNP-Ozamis Cit for the raid conducted in the residence of the Parojinog's, a known political family in Ozamis.
The raid in Ozamis City has become a high-profile case since it involves high ranking officials in the city and their associates. Eleven were killed in the said raid.
Retired serviceman Abe Purugganan posted in his Facebook account his stand on Brilon's immediate reaction towards the incident. Purugganan stated that the attack dogs of the opposition are now "badly battered."
And even Drilon's swift response on the raid and questioning the authorities on the manners of the execution of the operation gives Purugganan another lamp to brighten the shadowy action of Drilon.
The chairman of the Liberal Party stood up to their commitment to protect the illegal drug trade, as Purugganan posted.
"Mr. Drilon who is the Chairman of the Liberal Party has taken matters into his own hands. He is now complaining on the raid in Ozamis City," said Purugganan. He also believes that Drilon knew what would happen next that is why Drilon took an extra mile to block the next action on eliminating drug operations in the country.
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The attack dogs of the opposition are badly battered. They are losing in the propaganda battle.
Mr. Drilon who is the Chairman of the Liberal Party has taken matters into his hands. He is now complaining on the raid in Ozamis City.
LP is really standing up to their commitment to protect the illegal drug trade.
LP is aware that the war on drugs has zeroed in against narco politicians who are also members of LP. He knows what is coming an he wants to preempt the efforts of the Duterte administration.
Source: Abe Purugganan