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Cavite Vice Gov. Jolo Revilla. FILE PHOTO

Cavite Vice Gov.

Jolo Revilla.

FILE PHOTO

The Philippine National Police will file criminal charges against four security officers of the Asian Hospital and Medical Center (AHMC) and Ayala Alabang Village for refusing to cooperate with police officers who are investigating the shooting incident involving Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla.

The police also accused the security officers of misleading the authorities.

All four security personnel will face obstruction of justice and disobedience upon a person in authority.

The PNP also lodged administrative complaints last May 5 against the attending physicians of Revilla at the AHMC for not declaring Revilla s hospital admission to the police.

In a press briefing on Tuesday, Senior Superintendent Bartolome Tobias said the cases against the security guards and their respective security agencies would be filed within the week.

The security guards refused to cooperate and they misled the investigators. They didn t tell the truth as to what really happened.

The doctors also denied na na-admit si Governor sa Asian Hospital. Sa subdivision naman, they concealed the facts of the case, he said.

Security guards who will be slapped with criminal charges are Julis Baniago, Dondon Roslinda and Frobel Aloro, all from AHMC; and Jose Torrendon, security coordinator of the Ayala Alabang Village Security Department.

They will be charged for violating professional conduct and ethics of the Implementing Rules and Regulation of Republic Act 5487 or the Private Security Agency Law.

Baniago, Roslinda and Aloro work for the Alarm Security and Investigation Services Inc.

agency while Torrendon is a licensed security guard from Bulldog Security Agency.

The agencies will be held liable for violating security agency operators creed and code of conduct also under RA 5487.

Meanwhile, police asked Dr. Edgar Jaro Mendiola, Dr. Gracita Ybiernas and Dr.

Eden Ferrer-Lasala to be charged administratively for violating Section 1 of Presidential Decree No.

169 as amended by Executive Order 212.

It is their duty to report to the nearest government facility or authority the admission (to the Asian hospital) of (Vice) Governor Revilla for a serious physical injury and they failed to report the (vice) governor s presence at the Asian Hospital, Senior Superintendent Allan Nobleza, Muntinlupa Police officer in charge, said.

When investigators went to the Asian Hospital, Nobleza said security guards and information staff denied to the police that Revilla was being treated at the said hospital.

Last February 28, Revilla was rushed to a hospital after sustaining a gunshot wound on his upper chest after he accidentally pulled the trigger of his government-issued .40-Glock pistol.

Tobias said Revilla s gunshot wound was self-inflicted but declined to give an answer when asked if the case was a suicide attempt.

It is in the mandate of the PNP to investigate.

We are duty-bound to investigate, Tobias added. TVJ/AC

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Cavite Vice Gov.</p>
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<p>Cavite Vice Gov.</p>
<p>Jolo Revilla. FILE PHOTO</p>
<p>The Philippine National Police will file obstruction of justice charges against four security officers of the Asian Hospital and Medical Center (AHMC) and Ayala Alabang Village for refusing to cooperate with the police and misleading them as they probed the shooting incident involving Cavite Vice-Governor Jolo Revilla.</p>
<p>The PNP also lodged administrative complaints last May 5 against the attending physicians of Revilla at the AHMC for not declaring Revilla s hospital admission to the police.</p>
<p>In a press briefing on Tuesday, Senior Superintendent Bartolome Tobias said the cases against the security guards and their respective security agencies will be filed within the week.</p>
<p>The security guards refused to cooperate and they misled the investigators.</p>
<p>They didn t tell the truth as to what really happened.</p>
<p>The doctors also denied na na-admit si Governor sa Asian Hospital. Sa subdivision naman, they concealed the facts of the case, he said.</p>
<p>Security guards who will be slapped with criminal charges were Julis Baniago, Dondon Roslinda and Frobel Aloro, all from AHMC; and Jose Torrendon, security coordinator of the Ayala Alabang Village Security Department.</p>
<p>They will be charged for violating professional conduct and ethics of the Implementing Rules and Regulation of Republic Act 5487 or the Private Security Agency Law.</p>
<p>Baniago, Roslinda and Aloro work for the Alarm Security and Investigation Services Inc. agency while Torrendon is a licensed security guard from Bulldog Security Agency.</p>
<p>The agencies will be held liable for violating security agency operators creed and code of conduct also under RA 5487.</p>
<p>Meanwhile, police asked Dr.</p>
<p>Edgar Jaro Mendiola, Dr. Gracita Ybiernas and Dr.</p>
<p>Eden Ferrer-Lasala to be charged administratively for violating Section 1 of Presidential Decree No.</p>
<p>169 as amended by Executive Order 212.</p>
<p>It is their duty to report to the nearest government facility or authority the admission (to the Asian hospital) of (Vice) Governor Revilla for a serious physical injury and they failed to report the (vice) governor s presence at the Asian Hospital, Senior Superintendent Allan Nobleza, Muntinlupa Police officer in charge, said.</p>
<p>When investigators went to the Asian Hospital, Nobleza said security guards and information staff denied to the police that Revilla was being treated at the said hospital.</p>
<p>Last February 28, Revilla was rushed to a hospital after sustaining a gunshot wound on his upper chest after he accidentally pulled the trigger of his government-issued .40-Glock pistol.</p>
<p>Tobias said Revilla s gunshot wound was self-inflicted but declined to give an answer when asked if the case was a suicide attempt.</p>
<p>It is in the mandate of the PNP to investigate.</p>
<p>We are duty-bound to investigate, Tobias added.</p>
<p>RELATED STORIES</p>
<p><strong><a href=Jolo Revilla gov t-owned gun turned over to police110

Pro-Gun says Jolo Revilla s accidental shooting claim impossible 211

Jolo Revilla s gunshot wound self-inflicted312

References

  1. ^13 Jolo Revilla gov t-owned gun turned over to police (newsinfo.inquirer.net)14
  2. ^15 Pro-Gun says Jolo Revilla s accidental shooting claim impossible (newsinfo.inquirer.net)16
  3. ^17 Jolo Revilla s gunshot wound self-inflicted (newsinfo.inquirer.net)18

ORLANDO, Fla.

A security guard was arrested Monday on allegations of shooting at a driver who was driving away from a Lynx bus station after trying to help a friend change a tire.

Basim Ahmed Salahuddinwynn, 62, of Casselberry, was arrested on charges of battery and shooting/throwing into an occupied vehicle.

According to an Orange County arrest affidavit, a man said his friend called him for help changing a tire on the friend s car at the Lynx station on Garland Avenue in Orlando.

The man said shortly after he arrived, a security guard, identified as Salahuddinwynn, told the man to leave, and that if he didn t, his vehicle would also have a flat tire, the affidavit stated.

The man said Salahuddinwynn also bumped into him, nearly knocking him down, according to authorities.

The man said he got into his car and started to leave, but Salahuddinwynn stood close to his vehicle, officials said.

The man said as he began to leave, Salahuddinwynn fired at least four shots at his car, the affidavit stated.

The man told authorities that he believed Salahuddinwynn was shooting at him as he was driving away.

No injuries were reported.

Salahuddinwynn was later arrested and taken to jail.

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Matt Smith

16:03
Monday 11 May 2015

A SERIAL menace who threw a concrete block from a town centre Metro bridge while on bail for a string of other offences has today been jailed.

Daniel Langley was on bail for a series of violent offences when he hurled the slab from South Shields station platform and sent it crashing onto the pavement at the Queen Street underpass below. Nobody was hurt during the incident on February 11, which was captured on CCTV and shown to a judge at Newcastle Crown Court.


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Judge John Milford QC said the 19-year-old s behaviour was foolish , but accepted the concrete was not aimed at or close to any members of the public.

The footage showed Langley and a pal on the station platform, where they stayed for a few minutes before he threw the missile and watched it smash.

Prosecutor Andrew Walker said: Langley is seen to pick up a concrete slab, place it on the Metro railings above an underpass and push it off, causing it to fall to the ground in an area very close to a public footpath which runs through the underpass.

The underpass and footpath are situated in a busy town centre. The judge said he was convinced Langley got a perverse pleasure out of watching the concrete explode on the ground, rather than the hope of hitting somebody.


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Langley was on bail for a series of offences at the time. On March 26 last year he subjected a security guard at Morrison s in Jarrow to a torrent of abuse , calling him foul names and disturbing shoppers.

On May 28 he was involved in a massive brawl in King Street, South Shields, where he and his friends got involved in a large-scale violent confrontation after a rave in a nightclub in the town.

The violent confrontation was also captured on CCTV and played in court.


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He told police after the incident he had been drunk and taken a few lines of bubble which made him feel like Rocky . On July 7 last year Langley threatened to chop up some workmen during a confrontation in Percy Street, Jarrow, where he was armed with a blade with a 12in knife.

On August 3 police were called to a disturbance in Lord Nelson Street, South Shields, where they saw Langley armed with a concrete block shouting: I m going to smash someone s head in. Langley, of Laygate, South Shields, admitted causing a public nuisance, a public order offence, affray, having an article with a blade and having an offensive weapon.

Graeme Cook, defending, said the concrete block was never intended to hit anyone.


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Mr Cook said: He was looking where he dropped it.

He said Langley suffered problems at school due to being bullied and has a learning disability which gives him modest psychiatric mitigation. Judge John Milford sentenced Langley to 115 weeks imprisonment, of which he will serve half in custody. The judge said: I have taken into account a number of matters.

This will be your first prison sentence, and it s clear from the reports that your behaviour is to be deplored.

Simply put, you represent a danger to the public and it s my job to protect them. Judge Milford also issued a criminal behaviour order for three years, meaning Langley cannot use the North East Metro service or enter the area of Jarrow.

He said: I had some reservations about this at first, but after having the opportunity to read the application I am satisfied and willing to grant it. The people from your area have suffered enough from your behaviour and they are entitled to the order.

This will still be in place when you re released from custody.

If you breach this you will be open to five further years in custody.


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Copy of ca p6 Airport Shopping Center doneCAPE ARGUS Armed robbers struck at Shoprite at the Airport Shopping Centre in Belhar. Photo: David Ritchie

Cape Town Shots were fired as four gun-wielding men tried to rob the Shoprite store in the Airport Shopping Centre in Belhar on Sunday.

It s the fourth time I ve experienced a robbery at this mall since I started working here, and I was once shot, security guard Dialla Didier said.

Another security guard, who did not want to be named, was still in shock when he spoke to the Cape Argus on Sunday.

He said the four men looked suspicious when they entered the mall. The men had their hands inside their jackets and their faces were covered with caps.

After the attempted robbery, the security guards gave chase but could not catch the men who fled to a getaway car that was waiting on Stellenbosch Arterial Road.

Police spokesman Colonel Tembinkosi Kinana confirmed the incident, saying Belhar police were alerted to an armed robbery at the mall around 8am on Sunday.

As personnel from Shoprite were opening the shop they were accosted by four male suspects; one armed with a handgun.

The security guard was instructed to lie down on the floor and he was robbed of his firearm.

Kinana said two suspects demanded staff open the door to the cash office. They refused and two shots were fired by the suspects.

No one was injured, and as the suspects could not gain entry to the cash office, they fled from the scene, only taking the firearm from the security guard.

After the attempted robbery, police stopped the suspected vehicle on the R300.

A 53-year-old man, identified as the driver of the getaway car a white Fiat bakkie was arrested.

He will face a case of armed robbery and will appear in the Bellville court soon.

The other suspects are still at large and the public is requested to forward any information (about the incident) to the Belhar police investigating officer, Shaun October, on 021 953 8100, Kinana said.

Cape Argus

Why aren t liberals offering Pamela Geller a federal subsidy? Geller is the blogger-activist who organized the Draw Muhammad exhibition in Garland, Texas, which inspired some DIY jihadists to attack the event.

The would-be terrorists chose poorly: They were cut down by Texas lawmen shortly after wounding a security guard.

Let s hop in the WayBack Machine for a moment.

In 1986, the National Endowment of Arts paid about $20,000 for Andreas Serrano s Piss Christ.

Serrano peed in a glass, plunked a plastic icon of Jesus on the cross into it and then snapped a picture. I will say the lighting was lovely. But, as strange as it seemed to the arts community, some people were offended.

In 1989, the Corcoran Gallery of Art agreed to host a Robert Mapplethorpe exhibit.

Mapplethorpe s work was edgy, particularly going by the attitudes at the time.

There were the obligatory sexual bondage scenes, urine-drinking (artistic urine: is there anything it can t do?) and, of course, his most famous work: a self-portrait showing a bullwhip going someplace the sun reportedly does not shine.

Many social conservatives flipped out. They asked: Why the hell are we paying for this?!

Now, personally, I think this is a reasonable question even if you are a huge fan of Mapplethorpe s hide-the-bullwhip oeuvre or enjoy seeing the Christian God incarnate lose in the urine dunk tank.

Federal subsidies for art or even art without scare quotes are legitimately controversial for all sorts of reasons: Surely the government has higher priorities; bureaucrats shouldn t be in the business of picking winners and losers in the marketplace or the art gallery; it s particularly annoying to be asked to fund expression you find inartistic and obscene.

But whenever Congress attempted to curtail funding of offensive art, editorial pages, faculty lounges and museum boards launched a nationwide elite freak-out.

In 1989, when the Senate voted to restrict some funding for offensive art, Richard Koshalek, the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, told the New York Times that he felt that the vote was a form of psychological tyranny, trying to put the art world into a state of terror. Painter Robert Motherwell exclaimed that for Congress to act as censor is outrageous.

The ultimate end is fascism.

Similar reactions sprouted up like mushrooms on manure throughout the 1990s.

For instance, in 1997, the Miami Herald editorialized that having a legal standard of decency and respect for arts funding was a possible invitation for the Supreme Court to scuttle the First Amendment.

Speaking of manure, there was the time the taxpayer-subsidized Brooklyn Museum of Art ran an exhibit in which a portrait of the Virgin Mary was partly comprised of pornographic pictures and elephant dung because, you know, art.

Note: None of the critics said such work should be banned. They said it shouldn t be publicly showcased on their dime. And yet, opposition to a taxpayer subsidy was seen as violence against the First Amendment.

Another interesting tidbit: Christians didn t try to murder these artists.

Nor did Christian organizations exhort their members to do so.

Which brings us to Pamela Geller. I m consistent: I didn t like Piss Christ, and I don t like insulting drawings of Muhammad.

If Geller wanted an NEA grant to dunk Muhammad in beautifully illuminated urine, I would disagree quite strongly.

But that s not what she s doing. She s contending that in America, people are allowed to say offensive things without risking execution.

I am at a loss as to why anyone would disagree with that.

But I am utterly baffled how people who think it s censorship to withdraw funding for anti-Christian hate speech can argue that private individuals have no right to express anti-Muslim views.

While we have freedom of speech, a New York Daily News columnist insisted, we also have freedom of religion, which shouldn t be impinged upon. CNN s Chris Cuomo, a law school grad, tweeted that Geller s hate speech isn t protected by the Constitution. At first Cuomo suggested proof of this could be found in the Constitution itself.

He then hastily clarified that it fails the fighting words doctrine of the Supreme Court.

I m dubious about that.

But if he s right, the lesson is clear: Violence pays. I doubt that s what he intended to say.

But what do I know?

I think these people are nuts.

Jonah Goldberg is editor-at-large of National Review Online.

A security guard of Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited s Muradpur branch in Chittagong was killed late on Thursday night.

But police on Friday night recovered the body of Md Ibrahim, whose throat had been slit.

Shariful Islam, additional deputy commissioner (north) of Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP), said three robbers entered the bank by cutting security grilles around 2:30am and killed the 42-year-old guard who was asleep.

Their faces were covered with masks and they tried to break into the vault but failed.

They left after around 20 minutes, he said.

The bank is located on the first floor of the six-storey Hossain Tower in Muradpur intersection.

SM Tanvir, additional deputy commissioner of CMP s Detective Branch, said CCTV footage had showed that the three robbers killed Ibrahim.

Ibrahim went to work on Thursday night and his wife contacted the bank s manager on Friday night as he did not return and was also unreachable over the phone.

Other employees of the bank later discovered Ibrahim s body in a pool of blood and informed police.

Senior official of the bank, Ali Newaz, filed a case yesterday morning against three to four unnamed persons in connection with the murder.

Officer-in-Charge of Panchlaish police station, Mohiuddin Mahmud, said yesterday evening that police were yet to make any arrests.

Also on Thursday night, a member of a robbery gang was injured in a mob beating while the robbers were trying to break into Agrani Bank s Kuaish branch in Chittagong.

Bank officials demand workplace safety

Around 100 bankers yesterday formed a human chain demanding immediate arrest of bank robbers and also security of their lives and workplaces.

Protesting the frequent robbery bids at banks in the recent past in different parts of the country, the bankers gathered outside Chittagong Press Club under the banner of Sammilito Bankers Oikya Parishad.

They called on the government to arrest and bring to book all those involved in the April 21 grisly robbery bid at Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited s Kathgarha branch in Ashulia and also Thursday s robbery attempt at Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited.

The association s President, Md Masrur Hossain, and Secretary, Syed Amir Hossain, addressed the protesters.

A housewife, Aruna Jyothi (51) of Durgabai Deshmukh colony near Osmania University died after being hit by an oil tanker at Shivam Road early on Saturday. She was returning home after offering prayers at a temple.

Aruna was crossing the road when an oil tanker hit her.

She succumbed to injuries on the spot, the police said.

Security guard nabbed

The city police on Saturday nabbed a security guard on charge of planning to sell country-made firearms. The police seized a country-made firearm resembling an AK-47 gun, a magazine, two live rounds and one motorcycle.

The accused person Akhilesh Kumar Mishra, a native of Bihar, lives with his family at Mallapur. As Akhilesh was facing financial problems, he procured the firearm and two bullets from Bidio Sharma for Rs.

30,000.

Akhilesh planned to sell it to some persons for a higher price, Inspector North Zone Task Force, A.P. Anand Kumar said.

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Police could not arrest anyone till last evening over the murder of a security guard of Al-Arafa Islami Bank Ltd in Chittagong city early Friday.
The throat of Md Ibrahim, 38, was slit inside Muradpur Branch.

A CCTV video footage shows three persons committing the crime, said the branch Operation Manager Md Ali Newaz, who filed a case with Panchlaish Police Station yesterday.

The coastal city of Nha Trang has fined a luxury beachfront resort US$1,150 for setting up security guard cabins and illegally restricting access to public beach space.

Nguyen Khac Ha, vice chairman of the tourism town, said Ana Mandara has been ordered to remove all the cabins.

Security guards of the only resort in town has been asking tourists and locals to stay away from the stretch of sand in front of it, where it has set up tables and chairs just for its guests.

Nha Trang officials said the resort was caught doing the same thing last year, but the city only gave it a warning then.

They said any repetitions will receive heavier punishments.

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