First, they deleted the news report about Naga’s drug lord…after “We Are Collective’s” exposé, the website is now dead!

This article about the circumstances surrounding the sacking of Bicol’s NBI Director from his post after nabbing Naga’s number 1 drug lord was deleted online.

If you read through the article, the Naga NBI Director was eased out his position and got transferred to the NBI Manila Office shortly after arresting Chinglo Rosales, Naga’s long-time most wanted personality in Naga City, brother of Jackpot Rosales, Jesse Robredo’s ally who later ran and won as Naga councilor under Robredo’s party.

This piece of news article was published online by BicolMail but was taken down later.

After the exposé of ‘We Are Collective’, the website of Bicol Mail is now inaccessible to the public, whether this is for good or not, that remains to be seen. Here’s what Sass Rogando Sasot on her page.


Sa napakahabang panahon, si Chinglo na #1 Drug personality sa Naga City ay hindi mahulihuli. Eh bakit naman kasi mahuhuli, ang kapatid niya ay ang presiding officer ng Dangerous Drug Board sa Naga. At ang kapatid niya ay ka-partido ni Jesse Robredo.

Actually, mahuhuli na dapat iyang si Chinglo noon pero ito ang nangyari doon sa nag-initiate ng operations:

“Director Ricardo Diaz, then NBI regional director in Bicol, recalls that in 2006 he initiated surveillance operation “against well-known but untouchable drug personalities in Naga City.”

Diaz recalled he got the help of NBI Intel Service in Manila to do the surveillance and application of Search Warrant against Rosales in RTC Manila “to avoid leakage.”

“We raided Chinglo’s (Rosales’) house and found shabu but he was not in his house or was able to evade arrest. We filed the cases anyway,” Diaz said.

He revealed that after the surveillance operation [and] the raid and the filing of cases against Rosales, “there was a strong pressure on the (NBI) director to remove him in Bicol.”

(Read: Kapag di yan gumana please try the google cache version:…


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