Pro-Duterte lawyer to PNP Chief Albayalde: “Retire na, Chief Albayalde.” Read why!

A pro-Duterte lawyer told PNP Chief Albayalde to retire now on Facebook in light of the statement he made recently regarding Peter Joemel ‘Bikoy’ Advincula.

Trixie Cruz-Angeles, a well-known PRRD supporter, demanded the immediate retirement of the PNP Chief after Peter Joemel ‘Bikoy’ Advincula walked out of Camp Crame by paying the bill for an estafa case without giving a sworn affidavit or evidences to prove his allegation versus Trillanes and LP.

In a Facebook post titled “Bumbling police OFFICIALS”, Angeles ranted versus the PNP Chief and PNP in general for presenting the convicted estafador/thief to the media making a full confession without counsel.

A frustrated Angeles asked the PNP Chief for explanation what was the press conference all about.

Angeles said the press conference did nothing for the case. In fact, Angeles stated that the presscon helped EXONERATE BIKOY AND THE OPPOSITION. Because it was the PNP Chief who acted as judge of the case with statement like “there was no evidence against the opposition.”

Angeles asked the PNP Chief whose side was he on?

Angeles reminded the PNP Chief the President himself stated that Trillanes was behind the “Bikoy” video.

You may read Trixie Cruz-Angeles full FB post below now.

Bumbling police OFFICIALS.

So… Ganun naman pala. Bikoy hadnt given the PNP an affidavit, just a story. Then no less than PNP Chief Albayalde presented this convicted estafador/thief to the media making a full on confession without counsel.

So para saan yung press conference? It did nothing for your case, Chief Albayalde. If anything, that presscon helped EXONERATE BIKOY AND THE OPPOSITION. Kasi kayo na mismo nag judge ng kaso saying there is no evidence against the political opposition.

Taragis. WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON, PNP CHIEF? The president identified Trillanes et al. And now you just junked the case for inciting to sedition, discrediting the key witness, and announcing that there is no evidence, hence no case at all.

Retire na, Chief Albayalde.

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