12/1/09

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Meh.

CURIOUSLY, this happened 8 minutes after this visit, which I'm sure is *just* a coincidence:

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ISPNavy Network Information Center (nnic)
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Navigation Path

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afterarmageddon7.blogspot.com/2009/11/philippine-violence-blamed-on-muslim.html



And the story I linked to is here:
Police officials relieved over Maguindanao massacre

By Abigail Kwok
INQUIRER.net
First Posted 09:22:00 11/24/2009

Filed Under: Crime, Eleksyon 2010, Elections, Police, Politics, Maguindanao Massacre

MANILA, Philippines—(UPDATE) Two senior police officers and three other policemen have been sacked after being linked to the massacre of at least 24 politicians and journalists in Maguindanao, the Philippine National Police said Tuesday.

Chief Inspector Sukarno Dicay, the deputy provincial police chief of Maguindanao, and Maguindanao police provincial director Abusana Maguid have been relieved, said PNP spokesman Chief Superintendent Leonardo Espina.

He said Dicay was relieved "after being reportedly seen at the scene of the incident” with members of some members of the Citizen Armed Forces Geographical Unit militia who are trained by the government to fight local insurgencies.

Three other policemen, two of whom were identified as Inspector Diongon and Senior Police Officer 2 Baccal, and several CAFGU members were also relieved, Espina said.

All were placed in "restrictive custody" at the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group headquarters in Cotabato City, he said.

Dicay was the second highest-ranking police official in Maguindanao province that authorities says is linked to a power struggle between rival clans.

Gunmen abducted the victims Monday as they were travelling on a highway, took them to an isolated area and murdered them, police and the military said.

The military said the Ampatuan clan, which has a political lock on the areas of Maguindanao where the murders took place, were the prime suspects.

"The suspects are bodyguards of Ampatuan, local police aides and certain lawless elements," military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Romeo Brawner said.

Among those killed were relatives of Esmael Mangudadatu, who was planning to run for governor in next year's national elections against a member of the rival Ampatuan clan.

Journalists accompanying the Mangudadatus to an electoral office to file certificate of candidacies were also murdered.

Espina said PNP chief Director General Jesus Verzosa flew to Maguindanao to oversee the manhunt operations and to ensure the immediate arrest of suspects in the killings.

Additional police forces have been deployed in these areas for the pursuit operations, Espina added.

Is it wrong to read??????

11 comments:

neptune1 said...

evidently. it is also wrong to read, critically think, and then pass the information on. I am sure it is no coincidence with the timing of your "visitors" and the spam notification.
nothing to worry about, I have had that in the past as well. just their little way of letting you know they are watching you. fuck 'em. maybe they should put more effort into looking into how those people snuck into the obama shindig and less time on bloggers. but mark my words that event happened for a reason and is setting the stage and mindset for something far more sinister in the future.

malcontent said...

Amy Goodman is further down this road to perdition and found out the hard way what happens when things escalate...

http://i2.democracynow.org/2009/11/30/amy_goodman_detained_at_canadian_border

You have shown that you are not afraid to escalate and explore relevant information then connect some dots once again by your response to their apparent shot across your bow. It's an excellent primer for journalists who want to get back to basics except that you are becoming the news.

I've got your back for whatever that's worth.

A. Peasant said...

well, thanks. but i'm not amy goodman i'm nobody. so i guess i think it's very queer.

Dublin Mick said...

Strange I think I also have one link to this site also. Peasant sometimes I cannot even post on my blog unless I am using big grey. It even gets fouled up at times and I have to go to a lesser computer. Don't let them spook you! pun intended.

A. Peasant said...

yup. i'm down with that. thank you all.

INCOMING!!!!!!! said...

AP cheer up it is only the NaZoviets. Ageless and endless is our struggle.

Dublin Mick said...

Be not fearful to entertain strangers for you may entertain angels unaware....Kahlil Gibran

We love ya peasant.

nobody said...

Good one! Bloody envious me! "I'll see your 'office of the president' and raise you!" I've never had anything like that. Too smalltime. Speaking of which, if you think you're nobody, you should see me! (winky smiley thing)

Otherwise I think the spooks avoid me because I'm too difficult to understand. Which is fair enough since even I don't know what I'm talking about most of the time.

Peter said...

A Peasant, it would appear, that you have surpassed Amy Goodman as America's most wanted/enemy of the state. That means you must be doing something real good.
Respects!!!
Kudos!!!

Georgia Dawes said...

Well this is really interesting, because JUST YESTERDAY I posted a blog about policemen who get away with killing innocent civilians. And I have already had THREE zero-second visits. Which yes, made me feel rather weird and also ANGRY. So it is OK to be a Very High Level Criminal, (i.e. the bank-owning and wallstreet thieves) and nothing happens at ALL. But express concern about a serious issue, and suddenly you are being watched. Wow. Great use of resources. Watch the people who are exercising their first amendment rights and ignore the criminals.

A. Peasant said...

oh ha, it's all resolved now somebody from india decontaminated me.

anyway first off, thank you all for your concerns. mr nobody you are not nobody at all. i don't know why they come around here i write for "the people" but "the people" think i'm crazy evidently so instead i get a lot of visits from teh criminals i write about. this is not what i had in mind but what's a girl to do?

yes, Georgia, this is the kind of stuff that is rude to notice.

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