Sec. Ochoa & PDEA Dir. General Arturo Cacdac are ‘drug lord protectors” alleges ex-PDEA agent

No wonder only the small fishes are caught selling drugs while the big fishes are still roaming free because a high-ranking Cabinet official has been protecting them, if the allegation of an ex-PDEA agent is proven to be believed!

According to an Ex-PDEA agent, Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa has been putting down any sting operation against big time drug lords. As a result, only small time drug pushers are apprehended.

In a press forum called Kapihan sa Rembrandt, ex-PDEA Jonathan Morales made the accusation against Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa and PDEA Director General Cacdac as personalities protecting big time drug lords in the country.

Tumatawag ako diyan sa tanggapan ni Exec. Sec Ochoa, para lang sabihin sa akin, “Hayaan mo na yan. May plano diyan si PDEA Director Cacdac.”

Ex-PDEA agent Jonathan Morales told reporters he spent 4 hours in Ochoa’s office only to be persuaded by the latter not to do any police operation against big time drug lords.

According to the information gathered by ex-PDEA Morales, that many police officers are involved in the drug trade, but they are given the free rein due to their connections.

Meron kaming natutuklasan na mga ibinebentang bato, na ang mga may-ari mismo ay mga law enforcers. Kaya ngayon ang sistema ngayon, kapag ikaw ay meron mga mistah, o mga ka-batch diyan sa mga ano, sa mga law enforcement agency, talagang napaka-laki ng leeway na ibinibigay sa kanila. Kaya ang mga nahuhuli lang ang mga maliliit eh.

In another video courtesy of GMA News, former PDEA Director General revealed that there are several police Generals involved in the illegal drug trade.

He said he is willing to cooperate with the incoming administration to expose the police officials involve in such illegal activities.

What are your thoughts on these allegations? Don’t you think the ex-PDEA is just a disgruntled former employee?


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