Davao City mayor punches sheriff

Mar 28, 2013 Full story: ABS-CBN News 14

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte was caught on camera punching a sheriff of the Davao Regional Trial Court Branch 15 who was serving a demolition order on Friday.

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heressssssssssss kenny

Muntinlupa City, Philippines

#2 Mar 28, 2013
Its high time this "mayor" faced the music -isnt this the second time the Mayor assualted a sheriff ??
"i was the one that sent him to the hospital" oh so its ok to punch someone repeatedly in the face so long as you send them to nthe hospital??-lol what a comedy.
Davaoeno

San Juan, Philippines

#3 Mar 28, 2013
heressssssssssss kenny wrote:
Its high time this "mayor" faced the music -isnt this the second time the Mayor assualted a sheriff ??
"i was the one that sent him to the hospital" oh so its ok to punch someone repeatedly in the face so long as you send them to nthe hospital??-lol what a comedy.
Kenny this is an old news article, I dont know why the roboblogger posted this again.
heressssssssssss kenny

Muntinlupa City, Philippines

#4 Mar 28, 2013
Davaoeno wrote:
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Kenny this is an old news article, I dont know why the roboblogger posted this again.
so what was the result ???

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Sep 10

Find the bastards and pile on.

#5 Mar 28, 2013
heressssssssssss kenny wrote:
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so what was the result ???
Kiwi I think we received a new Sherriff and the old one was transferred to Manila. Sara is still the Mayor not sure if charges were ever filed against her.
amc

San Juan, Philippines

#6 Mar 28, 2013
Fortunate Son 1968 wrote:
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Kiwi I think we received a new Sherriff and the old one was transferred to Manila. Sara is still the Mayor not sure if charges were ever filed against her.
meantime the double standard is alive and well.
heressssssssssss kenny

Baguio City, Philippines

#7 Mar 28, 2013
Fortunate Son 1968 wrote:
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Kiwi I think we received a new Sherriff and the old one was transferred to Manila. Sara is still the Mayor not sure if charges were ever filed against her.
i dont know about the law here -the law in NZ would have had her arrested -the police can file their own charges (and often do) due to the possible intimidation of the complainant.
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#8 Mar 29, 2013
heressssssssssss kenny wrote:
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i dont know about the law here -the law in NZ would have had her arrested -the police can file their own charges (and often do) due to the possible intimidation of the complainant.
what i know is that the laws here come straight out of the law books of the US.
they do have the appropriate law, but. well, we all know how it really works here.
i dont give 2 shakes about the basketball player. he should be in jail imo. its the glaring hypocrisy that caught my eye.

flips importing these ball players are asking for problems. always struck me as odd why the flips decided their national sport would be basketball in the 1st place being a predominately short-in-stature nation. havent watched a single game.

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Sep 10

Find the bastards and pile on.

#9 Mar 29, 2013
heressssssssssss kenny wrote:
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i dont know about the law here -the law in NZ would have had her arrested -the police can file their own charges (and often do) due to the possible intimidation of the complainant.
I would think the law would be the same here. I believe the sheriff decided not to press charges against the Mayor. He sited health issues as the reason.

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Sep 10

Find the bastards and pile on.

#10 Mar 29, 2013
amc wrote:
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what i know is that the laws here come straight out of the law books of the US.
they do have the appropriate law, but. well, we all know how it really works here.
i dont give 2 shakes about the basketball player. he should be in jail imo. its the glaring hypocrisy that caught my eye.
flips importing these ball players are asking for problems. always struck me as odd why the flips decided their national sport would be basketball in the 1st place being a predominately short-in-stature nation. havent watched a single game.
Baseball would be a lot better as far as the average size of a Filipino or soccer.
Tausugboy

San Juan, Philippines

#11 Mar 29, 2013
amc wrote:
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what i know is that the laws here come straight out of the law books of the US.
they do have the appropriate law, but. well, we all know how it really works here.
i dont give 2 shakes about the basketball player. he should be in jail imo. its the glaring hypocrisy that caught my eye.
flips importing these ball players are asking for problems. always struck me as odd why the flips decided their national sport would be basketball in the 1st place being a predominately short-in-stature nation. havent watched a single game.
Joe, FYI basketball is just a popular pastime in the Phils. but not the national sport, Arnis is. You don’t have to be a 6 or 7 footer to enjoy the game. Now if you mean being “short-in-stature nation” gives us no chance in international competition, then your idiotic nature is getting the better of u again. Not too many people play sports to become Olympic champions, most do just for fun.

BTW, if you choose to answer stick to this issue unless you admit I am correct, can you do that?
amc

San Juan, Philippines

#12 Mar 30, 2013
Tausugboy wrote:
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Joe, FYI basketball is just a popular pastime in the Phils. but not the national sport, Arnis is. You don’t have to be a 6 or 7 footer to enjoy the game. Now if you mean being “short-in-stature nation” gives us no chance in international competition, then your idiotic nature is getting the better of u again. Not too many people play sports to become Olympic champions, most do just for fun.
BTW, if you choose to answer stick to this issue unless you admit I am correct, can you do that?
arnis is declared the national sport. when is the last time you saw an arnis competition? its laughable and not even a purely flip invention. another one of your 1000s of knock-offs and now defunct.

basketball is 24/7 365 on 3 tv stations and you are so foolish as to call it a pastime? hahahahaha

yes, the whole world noticed that you cant possibly field any qualified Olympic competitors. another sad tribute to your lack of confidence in your abilities. not even a basketball team?
archery, weight lifting. any others? only women? says so much huh?

i eagerly await the next national arnis competition. do keeps us all informed flip. more than anything i want to see stick fighting.
heressssssssssss kenny

Las Piñas, Philippines

#13 Mar 30, 2013
amc wrote:
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arnis is declared the national sport. when is the last time you saw an arnis competition? its laughable and not even a purely flip invention. another one of your 1000s of knock-offs and now defunct.
basketball is 24/7 365 on 3 tv stations and you are so foolish as to call it a pastime? hahahahaha
yes, the whole world noticed that you cant possibly field any qualified Olympic competitors. another sad tribute to your lack of confidence in your abilities. not even a basketball team?
archery, weight lifting. any others? only women? says so much huh?
i eagerly await the next national arnis competition. do keeps us all informed flip. more than anything i want to see stick fighting.
hahahah like America holds a "WORLD SERIES" where only American teams compete - in International team sports (that is sports played worldwide i.e Soccer and Rugby ) i have yet to see the US do well although they excell in individual olympic events.
Tausugboy

San Juan, Philippines

#14 Mar 30, 2013
amc wrote:
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arnis is declared the national sport. when is the last time you saw an arnis competition? its laughable and not even a purely flip invention. another one of your 1000s of knock-offs and now defunct.
basketball is 24/7 365 on 3 tv stations and you are so foolish as to call it a pastime? hahahahaha
yes, the whole world noticed that you cant possibly field any qualified Olympic competitors. another sad tribute to your lack of confidence in your abilities. not even a basketball team?
archery, weight lifting. any others? only women? says so much huh?
i eagerly await the next national arnis competition. do keeps us all informed flip. more than anything i want to see stick fighting.
Whine all you want in Topix why we play this or that, but get this into your thick head - basketball, like billiards and boxing, is just a popular pastime in the Phils. P-A-S-T-I-M-E. Tv stations will of course cover anything that is popular, like say Anne Curtis EVEN IF she is NOT a national artist. Don’t you have sports channels in your country that feature sports events other than your national sport? Arnis is the national sport no matter how you spin it, and if you’re not happy with that then move to repeal the law, Republic Act. No. 9850.
Tausugboy

San Juan, Philippines

#15 Mar 30, 2013
amc wrote:
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arnis is declared the national sport. when is the last time you saw an arnis competition? its laughable and not even a purely flip invention. another one of your 1000s of knock-offs and now defunct.
basketball is 24/7 365 on 3 tv stations and you are so foolish as to call it a pastime? hahahahaha
yes, the whole world noticed that you cant possibly field any qualified Olympic competitors. another sad tribute to your lack of confidence in your abilities. not even a basketball team?
archery, weight lifting. any others? only women? says so much huh?
i eagerly await the next national arnis competition. do keeps us all informed flip. more than anything i want to see stick fighting.
And oh, we have all sorts of Arnis competition not only for men, but for children and women as well. We even have them regularly held in various gov’t agencies like the PNP, my cousin is a player there, btw (but he is also a basketball player in the PNP, lol!). Where are you based? Anyway, if you are somewhere near Manila then you can go check out the Arnis 4-day tournament on May 28 to May 31, 2013 at the annual Philippine National Games. Last January there was this inter-school Arnis competition at Saint Paul College participated by top colleges and universities. For this April alone, I know at least six school tournaments coming up. Need I say more?

Basketball is the national sport in the Philippines?! LOL, all I can say is hey joe, LOL!!!

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