WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – Several arrests have already been made in connection with last week’s siege on the U.S. Capitol, including the men who were photographed sitting on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s chair and carrying the House lectern. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is continuing to pursue leads to bring more insurrectionists to justice.
FBI is now asking the help of the American public to help identify and locate two other major persons of interest, both of whom were photographed with a broom during the Capitol attack.
Anyone with information on these suspects should be reported to the FBI immediately.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – Now that the U.S. Capitol protester photographed sitting in Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s chair has been arrested and charged, Federal agents are now focusing their search on the man with the Philippine-style soft broom (see photo.)
The Adobo Chronicles has learned that many Filipinos living in the U.S. are now living in fear because their homes and apartments could be the subject of the nation-wide manhunt (or womanhunt).
The soft broom held by the protester in the photograph matches brooms (walis tambo in the Filipino dialect) that most, if not all, Filipinos keep in their households. It is an essential cleaning item that is unique to the Philippines and is in stark contrast to the nylon brooms most Americans have.
There are even reports that many Filipinos are now discarding their walis tambo for fear that they may be mistaken to be that protester.
Well, there’s always the walis tingting (bamboo broom, broomstick) that’s also popular among Filipinos.
MANILA, Philippines ( The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Who needs the International Criminal Court (ICC) when the Philippines’ own self-proclaimed President has already ordered the arrest of Rodrigo Duterte?
In a New Year’s Day message to the Filipino people, Ely Pamatong announced his arrest order following what he says was Duterte’s crime of inoculating soldiers, particularly members of the Presidential Security Group with unregistered and unapproved Covid-19 vaccine from China.
The Philippine National Police has yet to receive the signed order from Pamatong..