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3 Chinese nationals on way to court hearing for drug case ‘abducted’ in Cavite

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MANILA, Philippines–Three Chinese nationals who were being brought by police to court for a hearing on a drug case were allegedly abducted by armed men in Cavite Wednesday morning, police said.

Chief Superintendent Benito Estipona, Calabarzon police director, said the three – Li Tian Hua, Wang Li Na and Li Lan Yan – were seized by roughly 20 armed men around 10 a.m. in Trece Martires.

The victims’ four security escorts were disarmed, Estipona said, adding that the gunmen escaped with the detainees on a white van with license plate WTT 544, which was later found abandoned in Barangay (village) Aguado in Trece Martires.

Police had launched a hot pursuit operation for the possible recovery of the Chinese nationals.


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Tags: Cavite , Crime , Drugs , Features , Kidnapping , Metro

  • http://twitter.com/Joe_The_Kano Joe Kano

    What’s really going on here?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Reynaldo-Quijada/100000740291153 Reynaldo Quijada

    Parang sine! May napatay ba na mga escorts??? Kung wala, eh. . . . . make your own conclusions.

  • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

    Well,well,well….  hindi lang  ako naka-amoy ng  katarantaduhang amoy diyan kundi Demonyong amoy yata.Obvious naman na   mina-obra  iyan at seguradong  may insider informant ang mga walanghiyang  mga iNSTIK. Investigate first from within  for the lead as to  why these  20 armed men  had  the knowledge  as to the time  when these three were brought to Court. akala ko ba wala ng Corruption dahil sa DA-ANG MATUWID  iyon pala, baluktot pa rin. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FKE56ZWNI2XKEVVLZQGRWG7WBI BURADOR—Phil. Voice

    Sa NANGYARI PONG ito na mga FOREIGN DRUG CRIMINAL ay NADUDUKOT po ng KANILANG mga kasama ay ISA PONG DAGOK sa KAKAYAHAN ng SEGURIDAD ng mga CRIMINAL sa PILIPINAS——-
    Pag GANITO ang GAGAWIN ng ating SEGURIDAD sa mga BILANGGUAN  ay ISA PONG KATAWA-TAWA and BANSANG PILIPINAS——

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YAYZCQ4KSBQRKR2LLGX5XRMXFI pepe

    FOUR? HMMM…. Four security escort for Three Chinese Madafacker… I smell something fishy here… I wonder how much they were paid… An investigation to their superintendent should be raised…

    Do not collude with the Chinese arrshole for the huge amount of money if the consequence of it is the destruction of your children’s fate and our country’s future.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

    Naku!! Talaga lang itong si GamayUten nagkakalat nanaman dito sa Pinas.



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