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Chinese national nabbed in drug bust near Luneta Park


MANILA, Philippines—A 39-year-old Chinese national was arrested and about 1 kilogram of suspected methamphetamine hydrochloride or “shabu” was confiscated following a drug sting at a park in Manila Tuesday afternoon, a Philippine National Police official said.

Chief Inspector Roque Merdegia of PNP’s Philippine National Police’s Anti-Illegal Drug Special Operation Task Force said Yu Ming Li a.k.a Mr. Co and Mr. Lee was arrested near the Luneta Park around 2 p.m.

Aside from the suspected shabu, police also seized his Honda Civic (UKP 832), P2,920 cash, two cell phones and several other documents. Jamie Elona


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  • w33k3nd3r

    Execute them!

  • $18209031

    Basta nag involve ng drogas, bibitayin walang awa ! These are purveyors of death .

  • $42337655

    kung sa Malaysia nangyari ito, tiyak bitay na yang Intsik na yan.

    pero marami pang mga ganyan ang dadating sa Pinas in the coming years; source of income yan ng mga leaders natin at ng mga pulis natin

    tingnan ninyo kung kaano na kalapit (lok at the map) ang Scarborough Shoal sa Pilipinas…..nakaktakot.

    diyan magsisimula ang smuggling nila ng droga sa Pilipinas. Just look how close it is !
    Inangkin na ng Tsina yan in case we do not know yet !

  • Dexter Salas

    Sana “mang agaw ng baril” ang intsik na iyan! Pero sana paaminin muna.

  • Guest

    Harsher punishment for foreign nationals violating PH laws.

    • jacel_itim_na_puso

      why protect PH nationals violating foreign laws but punish foreign nationals violating PH laws? sooo unfair! unfair! unfair!

      • Mazza02

        Because most of those Philippine nationals that violated laws abroad did so under duress like the kidnapped drug mules. However some people with fake Philippine citizenship don’t deserved to be helped such as the illegal chinese TNT in Europe and US pretending to be Filipino.

  • Cano Manuel

    Ibitay doon sa Kalayaan Group of Islands. Kapag nakawala pa yan, ang mga pulis ang bitayin.

  • jacel_itim_na_puso

    PNOY must protect the drug dealers in filipino land

    • Mazza02

      That is what you say because you are chinese.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/OJNATN4KHKDPJ47Y4RGR3EXYVQ WindTalker

    i-salvage na yan! ang daming buhay ang sinira ng mga shabu nila…

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

    I DEPORT po ang GANYANG feoreign national——-TURISTA pa po ang VISA nyan—-



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