Category Archives: Law Enforcement

President Trump Recruiting Philippine National Police Chief For U.S. War On Drugs

2ED82DD0-11CC-4A05-BC4A-ACE95CE966DEWASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – President Donald Trump is set to declare opioids as a national crisis in the United States, a move that virtually mimics Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.

Sources close to The White House told The Adobo Chronicles that Trump is trying to recruit Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Ronald ‘Bato’ de la Rosa to be his drug czar.

Trump was apparently very impressed with Duterte’s and PNP’s campaign to combat illegal drugs in the Philippines.

”Now that Duterte has transferred the anti-drug operations from PNP to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), I am hoping de la Rosa will have the time to help me with my own war on drugs here in the U.S.,” The White House quoted Trump as saying.

FilAm millionnaire Loida Nicolas Lewis, an outspoken critic of Duterte, wasn’t too happy about Trump’s announcement.


Duterte Declares RevGov!

654B902A-7E67-4783-BE32-79601BC8808FMALACAÑANG PALACE, Manila (Exclusive to The Adobo Chronicles) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared RevGov, as of 8 a.m. this morning, Sunday, Philippine Standard Time.

No, not Revolutionary Government.  At least not yet.

Rather a “Review of Government,” ordering the review of the performance of all government officials — from the police down to the officials and employees of the executive department.

Part of the revgov is to fire all corrupt government personnel, including those who are found not to be doing the work they were hired to do by the Filipino taxpayers.


NBI Releases Initial Findings On Hacking Of Senator Bam Aquino’s Social Media Accounts

252B7E65-8631-4D5C-B36A-B6B081B179DAMANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – As reported earlier by the mainstream media, the office of Senator Bam Aquino has reported to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) identity theft and hacking incidents to supposedly try and implicate opposition senators in a destabilization plot against President Rodrigo Duterte.

Both the NBI and AFP were quick to investigate the hacking incidents and came up with their initial findings.

Apparently, the password for Aquino’s social media and email accounts were  easily retrieved by the hackers because it was so easy and predictable to guess.  Aquino had used the same password for all his accounts.

The password was: HelloKitty12345.

Well, even non-hackers would have guessed that!