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NPA/CPP-NDF atrocities against the filipino people
« on: September 30, 2009, 10:56:23 PM »
Pls post all atrocities committed by this communist movements against the people of the philippines

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« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2009, 10:56:45 PM »
NPA rebels torch P30-million heavy equipment used in SONA project
Philstar.com - Thursday, October 1SendIM StoryPrint.MANILA, Philippines - The construction of the Baguio City-Bontoc Road in Mt. Province is expected to be delayed after suspected New People’s Army (NPA) rebels torched the other day nine heavy equipment costing P30 million of a construction firm doing the project.

Chief Superintendent Orlando Pestano, Cordillera police director, said the Rono, Uy and Aquino (RUA) Construction is rushing the project for completion in December.

“The construction firm’s management claimed they are looking for replacement for the equipment but they expect delay in (the project’s) completion because of the NPA’s atrocities,” Pestano said.

According to RUA Construction, the project, involving the seven-kilometer Package 5 of the Baguio-Bontoc Road (Halsema Highway), under the government’s SONA (State of the Nation Address) Projects, was 70 to 75 percent complete.

The contractor is also carrying out other concreting projects, including those on the Bontoc-Tinglayan (Kalinga) Highway.

“They wanted revolutionary taxes,” said engineer Romeo Aquino, adding that he had received at least three demand letters from different NPA commands.

The Mt. Province-based Leonardo Pacsi Command had reportedly demanded P500,000, while the Chadli Molintas Command had written the construction firm but did not mention any amount.

Earlier, a man posing as an operative of the Cordillera People’s Liberation Army, a paramilitary group that broke ties with the NPA in 1986, tried to extort money from Aquino but was arrested in an entrapment in Baguio City. He was freed the next day after Aquino forgave him.

According to reports reaching Pestano, 20 to 30 heavily armed NPA guerrillas, three of them amazons, set six transit mixers and three Komatsu backhoes on fire at the RUA Construction field office in Sitio Malitep, Barangay Balili in Bontoc, Mt. Province before dawn last Tuesday.

Identifying themselves as NPA rebels, the raiders woke up the firm’s employees and gathered them in front of their main office.

The rebels’ leader lectured the workers about the delay of their wages, low salary, and corruption allegedly committed by the contractor.

While this was happening, the other guerrillas poured gasoline on the heavy equipment and torched them.

The rebels also discussed with the RUA Construction employees their recruitment and fight for the poor, democracy and change in the government.

Before leaving, the insurgents herded everyone inside the quarters of the construction firm’s drivers and equipment operators and then withdrew toward Barangay Alab, also in Bontoc town.

The raiders had long been gone when Chief Inspector Julio Lizardo, Bontoc police chief, and his men arrived.

Senior Superintendent Alex Pumecha, Cordillera police intelligence chief, said the rebel raiders were operating at the Abra-Mt. Province boundary.

Pumecha said joint elements of the Cordillera police and the Army are now pursuing the raiders.

Aquino said the road project faces delay “because our employees are afraid to work.”

“Definitely we will not finish it on time,” he added. This, as President Arroyo, during her visit to Baguio City last Aug. 29, said she expected the project to be finished by December.

The burned equipment, Aquino said, comprised one-sixth of RUA Construction’s equipment deployed in Mt. Province.

Pestano ordered security measures beefed up in all vital installations and government project sites in the Cordillera region to prevent another NPA attack

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Re: NPA/CPP-NDF atrocities against the filipino people
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2009, 02:28:30 AM »
JULY 9, 2009- Igbaras town in ILOILO

15 armed men stopped an L-300 delivery van of MARLBORO/PHILIP MORRIS, they took 3000 cash from the salesman and all the boxes of cigarettes, for revolutionary tax daw! Then they set the delivery van on fire. :(

I was there on vacation, saw the burned van at the police station the next day.

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« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2009, 10:45:26 PM »

MANILA, Philippines (Xinhua) - The leftist New People's Army rebels have attacked a banana plantation of Dole Philippines, a leading producer and marketer of high-quality fruits, in Tago townin Surigao del Sur and burned two heavy equipment, Philippine military said on Sunday.

Maj. Michele Anayron, spokesman of the Philippine Army's 4th Infantry Division, said the rebels attack the farm because of DOLE's refusal to pay revolutionary taxes, a euphemism for extortion demand, to the leftist movement.

Anayron said that about 20 to 30 rebels swooped down on the plantation at Sitio Kabalawan in Barangay Anahao-Daan at around 10:00 a.m. Saturday local time.

The rebels then burned a backhoe and a bulldozer that were contracted by Dole and uprooted banana stalks. Anayron, however, could not immediately say the extent of stalks uprooting.

In its website, Dole described itself as the "world's largest producer and marketer of high-quality fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and fresh cut flowers with a growing line of quality packaged foods."

Lt. Col. Benjamin Pedralvez, commander of the 58th Infantry Battalion, said the attack is another proof that the leftists are against development. "They do not want the people to have development and jobs," he said.

Pedralvez bolstered Anayron's claims that Dole is not paying revolutionary tax, catching the ire of the rebel who he said are now being pursued by government troops. "That is what they do to those who do not pay (revolutionary tax)," he said.

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Re: NPA/CPP-NDF atrocities against the filipino people
« Reply #4 on: October 15, 2009, 12:47:34 AM »
JULY 9, 2009- Igbaras town in ILOILO

15 armed men stopped an L-300 delivery van of MARLBORO/PHILIP MORRIS, they took 3000 cash from the salesman and all the boxes of cigarettes, for revolutionary tax daw! Then they set the delivery van on fire. :(

I was there on vacation, saw the burned van at the police station the next day.
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Re: NPA/CPP-NDF atrocities against the filipino people
« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2009, 07:49:07 PM »
Monday, October 12, 2009
Remains Of "Kangaroo Court" Victims Exhumed By Residents
Camp Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City - Combined elements of Armed Forces of the
Philippines Concerns on Community Organizing for Development (ACCORD) Teams from 9th Infantry Battalion and 49th Infantry Battalion under 2LT RICHARD F CASPILLO and 2LT HOWARD ARDEDON respectively discovered two (2) separate unlisted grave sites of skeletal remains on September 30, 2009 at 2:40 pm and October 01, 2009 at 7:30 am in Barangay Maninila and Purok 2, Barangay Taplacon, all in the Municipality of Camalig, Albay. Acting on a tip off from the residents, said ACCORD Teams quickly coordinated with LTC RODRIGO GREGORIO, commander of 2nd Infantry Battalion, who gave the go on the operation being the area commander. The said ACCORD Team, through the help of local officials and residents, were able to pin point the exact location and started digging up for evidence.
 
An Investigating Team composed of 901st Infantry Brigade, Philippine Army led by CPT RAZALEIGH G BANSAWAN, Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO), PRO5, PNP led by PCI GREGORIO VILLANUEVA, 2nd IB, PA led by 1LT ROLITO BASIBAS, and Camalig PNP led by PCI MONSALVE AMARANTO checked the area and conducted initial investigation. Likewise, barangay officials of Maninila and Taplacon, Camalig, Albay, the Catholic Parish Priest of Cotmon, Camalig and tri-media practitioners immediately rushed to the grave sites to witness the proper documentation of the sites.

Recovered from the first grave site, which is approximately 700m southwest of Brgy Maninila proper, was one (1) skeletal remain. It was found out during the exhumation conducted by SOCO personnel that the first skeletal remain was blindfolded, wrapped in a black blanket with one (1) pair black slippers and one (1) piece of upper maxillary full denture. While on the other grave site, which is located southeast and approximately 300m from Brgy Taplacon proper, the skeletal remain was buried in a fetal position, neck strangled and hands tied on the back. Also recovered were three (3) meters rope and five (5) pieces peso coins. It was also noted that there was a fracture on the left side of the skull and is believed to be caused by a hard object hitting the victim's head.

Earlier, another skeletal remain was discovered and retrieved from Purok 2, Barangay Taplacon of same municipality identified as certain Franscisco Musa, a businessman in the area who was murdered and buried in 2000. Mr. Musa was a victim of the “kangaroo court”, a bogus and unfair trial procedure which is used by the CPP/NPA/NDF to their members suspected of being government informants and for those who refuse to give in to their extortion demands. Initial findings conclude that the exhumed skeletal remains were buried approximately five (5) years ago and with the pieces of evidence gathered, the victims are believed to have been severely tortured before they were killed.

COLONEL MARLOU L SALAZAR INF (GSC) PA, commander of the 901st Infantry Brigade, lauded the efforts of the residents in continuously helping the AFP in its insurgency campaign. He also encouraged the people to open-up all the information they have to locate other hapless victims of the local communist terrorists. Local officials and residents responded by deeply condemning said brutal killings.
Moreover, Reverend Father Tonton Peralta, Catholic Parish Priest of Cotmon, Camalig, Albay accorded religious blessing to the said skeletal remains in the belief that their souls will eventually rest in peace. At present, the skeletal remains are under the safekeeping of SOCO, PNP for further examinations.
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« Reply #6 on: October 20, 2009, 07:52:16 PM »

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« Reply #7 on: November 12, 2009, 11:56:10 PM »
Suspected NPAs seize 11 firearms, burn logging firm's equipment
(The Philippine Star) Updated November 13, 2009 12:00 AM 


BUTUAN CITY, Philippines – Before burning some 20 heavy and light equipment of the logging firm Surigao Development Corp., an estimated 35 communist rebels confiscated some 11 short firearms from an Army-SCAA detachment in Barangay Pakwan, Lanuza, Surigao del Sur Wednesday morning, police report showed yesterday.

Senior Superintendent Nestor Monton Fajura, deputy regional director for police operations in Caraga Region told The STAR in an interview that no one was hurt in the NPA’s surprise attack.

Fajura said six units of log rakers, two units of yarders, four units of bulldozers and eight chainsaws owned by the Puyat-owned logging company SUDECOR were burned by the rebels after seizing 11 short firearms from SCAA personnel headed by a military officer.

Surigao del Sur police report said the rebels after seizing the firm’s security personnel’s firearms held them tight in one place, poured gasoline to the parked heavy equipment.

Surigao del Sur police provincial director Senior Superintendent Joselito Biray said police and military operatives from the 58th IB are now conducting hot pursuit operations against the rebels who fled after burning the logging firm’s heavy equipment

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« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2009, 06:41:51 PM »
NPA warns Army vs rescuing abducted corporal in Mindanao
11/07/2009 | 09:14 AM

Mindanao-based New People’s Army (NPA) guerrillas warned the military Saturday against trying to rescue an Army corporal the communist-rebels abducted in Compostela Valley last Monday.

NPA Southern Mindanao regional political spokesman Simon Santiago said the Army’s 10th Infantry Division’s rescue efforts are endangering the release of Cpl. Dominador Alegre.

“(The) 10th ID-AFP’s condescending and irrational attitude towards their very own personnel captured and declared as POWs by the NPA and their families is a stumbling block to the possibility for an early, safe and orderly release of the POW," Santiago said in a statement on
the Communist Party of the Philippines website.

He said the NPA and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in Southern Mindanao are tackling the case of Alegre, a corporal of the 72nd Infantry Battalion.

Santiago maintained Alegre is in good condition as a prisoner of war.

But he also claimed the military’s continued “human rights abuses" in the course of their rescue operation are threatening to block Alegre’s early release.

“Human rights abuses committed by the 7th Special Operations Company-AFP and the 25th IB-AFP against civilians in Monkayo, Compostela Valley continue to this day as they conduct their so-called rescue operation. Already, threats and harassments have mounted and civilian Eddie Tayag of Brgy. Casoon was baselessly arrested the other day," he said.

Santiago stressed that the military's actions are an act of "fascist arrogance." He said revolutionary forces have consistently shown that it is open to "well-meaning appeals for the release of prisoners of war."

NPAs abducted Alegre, who headed a paramilitary detachment in Compostela Valley, Monday night while his men were paying respects to their dearly departed.

Capt. Emmanuel Garcia, spokesman of the Army's 10th Infantry Battalion, said 16 NPAs introduced themselves as soldiers, then pointed guns at the Citizens Armed Forces Geographical Unit (CAFGU) paramilitary units and disarmed them.

Garcia said the incident took place at New Kapatagan village in Monkayo town at 5 p.m. Monday.

The NPAs also made off with 18 firearms, rounds of ammunition, AFP uniforms, backpacks, bandoliers and combat boots.
 
 
 

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« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2010, 07:30:01 AM »
11 soldiers dead in NPA ambush in Oriental Mindoro

By Dennis Maliwanag
INQUIRER.net
First Posted 17:19:00 03/06/2010

Filed Under: Elections, Eleksyon 2010, Guerrilla activities, Armed conflict

MANILA, Philippines—(UPDATE 2) Eleven Philippine Army soldiers were killed Saturday morning in an ambush by suspected communist rebels in the southern Oriental Mindoro town of Mansalay, a military official said.

A platoon of government troops was responding to a report of communist election extortion when waylaid by New People’s Army rebels at around 5:30 a.m. in the village of Panaytayan, said Colonel Carlos Quita, provincial military commander in Oriental Mindoro.

A three-hour gun battle also resulted in the wounding of seven soldiers with undetermined casualties on the side of the rebels, he said.

Quita, who flew to the area Saturday morning, said government troops “fought it out literally to the last bullet.”

In Manila, military spokesman Colonel Romeo Brawner said more soldiers backed by helicopter gunships have been dispatched to track down the NPA insurgents.

The soldiers were patrolling the area as part of security measures to ensure that candidates in the upcoming May national elections would be able to campaign safely, the two officials said.

“The security patrols and relocation of troops are being implemented to ensure freedom of movement of the candidates when the campaign starts,” Quita said.

He vowed to intensify government’s drive to stop NPA rebels from exacting “campaign fees” from local candidates gunning for various posts in the May 10 polls.

Quita said the “permit to win” and “permit to campaign extortion schemes” of the NPA are depriving electorate in rebel-infested areas from freely choosing their next political leaders.

The rebels have been demanding extortion payments from candidates in exchange for "permits to campaign" cards. Those who refuse to pay are attacked and sometimes killed. With Agence France-Presse

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« Reply #10 on: March 06, 2010, 01:50:01 PM »
TAPS to those soldiers.
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