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List of influential politicians involved in drugs are now in Duterte's hands
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Maguindanao Governor Esmael "Toto" Mangudadatu exposed lawmakers in his region who are included in illegal drug trade to President-choose Rodrigo Duterte. 

"In the rundown that I submitted to President Duterte, there are neighborhood authorities occupied with unlawful exercises in the region, however I can't let you know what number of yet without a doubt there are," the re-chose representative was cited in a GMA News Online story. 

He, nonetheless, declined to uncover the characters of these government officials. He likewise denied the claims that he is included in drugs. 

"I won't bring this taking a seat. Our lawful group is chipping away at it. There is a law against it and that is the cybercrime law," he said. 

On Friday, June 24, the governor's legal counselor said they will document a body of evidence against a Facebook user Bai Utto who blamed Mangudadatu and his relatives for being medication masters through a post in the online networking stage. 

PhilStar said in a story that the Facebook post surfaced when Mangudadato announced his backing for Duterte's against drug crusade. 

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"Shockingly, just the senator and his staunch political partners were insulted, none of the political identities that were against them amid the May 9 races were specified in the malevolent posts," Atty. Israelito Torreon said. 

Torreon said that the client will be sued for infringement of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, portraying the post and its event as a "terrible and exceptionally vindictive plan." 

Beside that, the offender may likewise be accused of defamation under the Revised Penal Code, Torreon pushed. 

Mangudadatu, as far as concerns him, trusts the Facebook post was brought by their political adversaries. 

A Liberal Party executive in the region, Mangudadatu likewise swore his backing for capital punishment, particularly in medication cases. 

"Death Penalty was a solid obstruction against hawking, utilizing and disseminating illicit medications as a part of Saudi Arabia, China and even in Indonesia," he said.

(Must Read: Duterte slams Manny Panglinan: You are only a puppet, while I am the elected President of the Philippines)

Source: Kicker Daily
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