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Guisihan defends
Cadiz police chief

BY GILBERT BAYORAN

Negros Occidental police director Allan Guisihan said that, contrary to claims of the New People’s Army Roselyn “Jean” Pelle Command, there is no evidence that Chief Inspector Noel Mana-ay, Cadiz police chief is involved in illegal activities.

Guisihan reiterated his challenge to the NPA to present evidence against Mana-ay and also dared the rebel group to identify police and military personnel who allegedly provided them dossiers against Mana-ay.

Mana-ay, who maintained his innocence of the accusations of the NPA said the rebel group may have been misinformed by somebody affected by his anti-drug operations in Cadiz City.

Ka Noc-Noc, spokesperson of the Negros Island Regional Operational Command, confirmed at a press conference that NPA hitmen were behind the assassination of PO2 Johnny Urbano, and claimed that the data against Mana-ay was provided by his colleagues in the PNP, and even Army intelligence operatives.

But Mana-ay is by no means a target, Ka Marcos, spokesman of the CPP Visayas said.

He said this exposé is already a warning that he (Mana-ay) must stop whatever he is doing as far as the illegal drug trade is concerned.*GPB

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