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PWD Nearly Loses Life after Brgy. Chairman Got Angry Over His “I Love You” Text Message

The father and brother of a gay PWD sought help from Raffy Tulfo after he nearly lost his life because of the “I love you” text message he sent to a barangay chairman in San Isidro, Nueva Ecija.

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Rolando Empaynado is a 41-year-old deaf-mute PWD dishwasher at a restaurant in Poblacion, San Isidro. He had an altercation with Orlando “Morly” Tolentino, a Barangay Chairman from another barangay who was friends with ‘Chairman Toothpick’, the Barangay Chairman of Poblacion.

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Last Thursday, September 26 at 10:30 PM, Morly went to the restaurant and pulled Rolando from the spot where he was washing dishes, bringing him to the back area. Unfortunately for him but fortunately for Rolando, that area actually had a CCTV – and his actions were filmed by the cameras.

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Despite Rolando pleading for him to stop, Morly wanted to incite fear in the PWD and continued harming him. Restaurant employees tried to seek help from the police station located nearby, but the family alleged that the police only went to the restaurant on the fourth time the staff sought their help.

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But the cops still could not stop Morly, leading the staff to find his friend, Chairman Toothpick. Thankfully, Morly listened to his friend but the latter later left Rolando at the restaurant and did not report the incident to the police. The staff had to call Rolando’s dad, Ricardo Empaynado, to get him from the restaurant.

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At the police station, however, the cops allegedly refused to accept the blotter, telling Ricardo that the injuries were ‘slight’ and they should just report it to the barangay. With the barangay chairman being Morly’s friend, Ricardo and his other son, Roel Empaynado, decided to seek help from Raffy Tulfo.

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It turned out Morly is well-connected and is the first cousin of the mayor, Vina E. Lopez.

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Despite numerous attempts by the Tulfo team to call the chairman, the chief of police, and the mayor using difference numbers, the calls were either canceled or the other person on the line pretended not to hear a word of what they are saying.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

This led Tulfo to escalate the matter to Rep. Narciso Bravo, Jr. who chairs the Committee on Public Order and Safety and DILG Usec. Martin Diño.

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What is a Police Blotter?

A police blotter is the slang term for the log book that the cops use to record reports. This is a permanent record of the events, problems, and everything pertaining to an incident. It is a public document and can be checked anytime, not just by the police and the media but any lawful citizen of the country.


Fake UP Summa Cum Laude Becomes Guest Speaker at Graduation

A woman pretended to be a summa cum laude graduate from the University of the Philippines (UP), so she was invited to be the guest speaker at the virtual graduation ceremony of a school in Cavite! Apparently, she used fake documents to back up her claims.

Woman Fakes Summa Cum Laude, Becomes Graduation Guest Speaker

The summa cum laude honor is the highest a graduate could ever receive. So, people are amazed by summa cum laude graduates and view them as an inspiration.

The administration of Ramona S. Tirona Memorial School in Dasmariñas, Cavite invited a woman identified as Kathleen Joy Ravelo Poblete as their graduation speaker last July 15 because she claims to be a summa cum laude graduate from UP.

Photo credit: Atty. Rowena Soriano

Poblete also submitted documents to the school to show that she’s a dean’s lister. Other documents also showed that she’s the recipient of the Juris Doctor’s award and was also awarded “Best in Research.”

She also claimed that she’s currently enrolled at the UP Manila College of Law.

Photo credit: Atty. Rowena Soriano

As impressive as her claims were, the fake qualifications would soon be discovered by eagle-eyed netizens – and she soon got served with digital karma.

Atty. Rowena Soriano clarified that UP Manila doesn’t have a College of Law – UP Law is in UP Diliman.

The UP Manila Department of Social Sciences also denied affiliations with Poblete, clarifying that they have no records of Poblete ever attending their school. Also, only one person has ever been awarded as summa cum laude from the UP Manila Political Science program – and that’s Ms. Georgina Mia B. Gato in 2019.

Photo credit: Atty. Rowena Soriano

The department also clarified that it doesn’t have a College of Law (as stated by Soriano), and doesn’t have a Best in Research award or Juris Doctor’s award.

After the issue went viral, another netizen shared the story of how Poblete used someone else’s identity to date men online! Uh-oh.

Photo credit: Lucio Sans
Photo credit: Lucio Sans

What’s a Juris Doctor?

A Juris Doctor is a graduate-entry professional degree in law. A person with this distinction has graduated from law school but hasn’t passed the bar exam yet. Because they aren’t bar-passers yet, they aren’t called “attorneys” and can’t practice as a lawyer.

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Construction Workers Find Lots of Money at Construction Site They were Digging

Some construction workers found bags of money at the construction site they were digging – but can they still use this money to buy food and other items they needed?

Workers Find Money at Construction Site

Several construction workers from Tandag City in Surigao del Sur were so happy after finding bags of money from a construction site they were digging! There was so much money that some of them estimated the total to be around Php500,000. Wow.

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Who owns the money and were they able to use it?

According to Peterson Bucay, one of the workers, he and his stepfather were already packing up their things and were ready to go home when they heard the other workers shouting. They ran outside and found the others happily exclaiming about bags of money they dug from the ground.

The workers had different versions of how much they got, but it was around estimated to be from around Php50,000 to Php300,000.

Photo credit: Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Another construction worker, Wilfred Asilom, was the first to discover the stash of money under the land they were digging. He estimates that the money is at around Php500,000.

At first, he thought it was play money but the other construction workers would begins shouting after realizing it was for real.

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Jayson Necosia, another worker, took a shovel and started digging – and he got around Php100,000,

Then, Wilfred found another plastic bag of money worth around Php10,000.

Workers Split the Money and Shared with Onlookers

The construction workers were excited over the unexpected windfall and made sure to split the money among themselves. They even shared with some of the onlookers who went to the area to check on the news about the money the workers discovered.

Photo credit: Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

But their joy turned to sadness after learning that they can’t use the money. It’s no longer legal tender – most of it is from 1985 to 2017 and has already been demonetized.

Photo credit: Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

PLtCol Jeffrey Laurence Mauricio, PNP Chief of Tandag City most of the cash and urged the construction workers to turn over the money to the police station so it won’t be returned to circulation at unsuspecting stores.

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Wife Feels Premonition Because of Soldier Husband’s Cryptic Message During Video Call

The wife of a soldier who perished in the C-130 plane crash in Sulu shares her feelings of premonition because of her husband’s message during their video call while on the flight.

Husband’s Cryptic Message Goes Viral

Corporal Carlo Dapanas, Jr., was among the 50+ soldiers and civilians who lost their lives during the C-130 plane crash in Patikul town, Sulu in southern Philippines last Sunday, July 4, 2021.

After the horrific event, his wife Mabel Dapanas shared how she felt a strong sense of premonition while she was having a video call with her late husband before the fateful flight.

According to Mabel, her husband kept telling her that he loves her and that he will never forget her or their child.

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Sabi niya mag-ingat diyan sa bahay, mahal daw niya ako. Hindi niya raw ako kalimutan at tsaka ‘yong anak namin. Sign na talaga niya na parang may mangyari sa kanila. Hindi niya matiis na hindi niya ako ma-contact, ma-video call,” the grieving wife recalled.

Ang sabi niya ‘yong sinakyan na C-130 na airplane may ano raw may problem daw sabi ng asawa ko.

The video call was abruptly cut off. Mabel tried to contact her husband but his phone couldn’t be reached.

It was hours later that she learned about the crash. Sadly, her husband was among those who lost their lives during the accident.

Bago siya pumunta ng Sulu, sabi niya magpundar daw siya ng bahay at tsaka ng business sabi niya sa akin para sa kaniyang anak,” she said.

It is so sad that Mabel and her baby lost their head of the family in this manner.

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What Happened to the C-130 Plane Crash in Sulu?

Authorities are still trying to determine the exact reason why the C-130 plane crashed in Sulu, especially because it was driven by experienced pilots.

Initial reports showed that the plane appears to have overshot the short runway and was trying to gain power when it crashed near the airport.

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