PNP chief Dela Rosa told to shape up - Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Philippine Canadian InquirerPNP chief Dela Rosa told to shape upPhilippine Canadian InquirerMANILA—Lawmakers at the House of Representatives on Monday urged Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa” to shape up and reassess his leadership amid calls for the beleaguered police official to resign.and more »

No Resignation For Bato Dela Rosa, President Duterte Confirms - International Business Times Philippines

International Business Times PhilippinesNo Resignation For Bato Dela Rosa, President Duterte ConfirmsInternational Business Times PhilippinesRTSW8ZO Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte talks to Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald dela Rosa during the oath-taking of the newly promoted officials of the PNP at the Malacanang presidential palace in metro Manila, Philippines January ...and more »

De Lima: Is Duterte gov't using 'Bato' as scapegoat? - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.netDe Lima: Is Duterte gov't using 'Bato' as scapegoat?Inquirer.netSenator Leila de Lima on Saturday said that it appears that the Duterte administration is looking for someone to blame in the scandals hounding the Philippine National Police (PNP). And the scapegoat, according to De Lima, is no other than PNP chief ...and more »

De Lima on calls for Bato's resignation: Duterte admin in need of 'scapegoat' - GMA News

GMA NewsDe Lima on calls for Bato's resignation: Duterte admin in need of 'scapegoat'GMA NewsSenator Leila de Lima on Saturday said the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte may be using Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa as a scapegoat amid the issue of "tokhang for ransom." "With House Speaker Pantaleon ...and more »

House Speaker calls on Bato to resign amid Jee Ick Joo slay - GMA News

GMA NewsHouse Speaker calls on Bato to resign amid Jee Ick Joo slayGMA NewsHouse Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez on Friday called on Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa to resign following the killing of South Korean Jee Ick Joo. In a statement, Alvarez said Dela Rosa "should immediately resign ...and more »

'Killing of Korean businessman is wake-up call for PNP' - Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Philippine Canadian Inquirer'Killing of Korean businessman is wake-up call for PNP'Philippine Canadian InquirerMANILA—Senators on Friday decried the abduction and killing of a Korean businessman involving some policemen and urged the Philippine National Police (PNP) anew to prioritize cleaning up its ranks. “This is probably the most unwelcome wake-up call ...and more »

Recto to 'Bato': Focus on National Police reforms if you are not resigning - Business Mirror

Business MirrorRecto to 'Bato': Focus on National Police reforms if you are not resigningBusiness MirrorSINCE he would not go ahead with earlier threats to resign as National Police chief, Senate Minority Leader Ralph G. Recto prodded Director General Ronald “Bato” M. dela Rosa to focus his efforts on reforming the police organization. Recto suggested ...and more »

Duterte praises Trump and his 'beautiful wife' - The Star Online

The Star OnlineDuterte praises Trump and his 'beautiful wife'The Star OnlineMANILA: President Rodrigo Duterte says US President Donald Trump is “like in heaven already” because he is a billionaire and a ruler with a very beautiful wife, pertaining to former model Melania. Both are populist leaders catapulted to power by ...and more »

PNP chief confirms report of another Korean robbery-holdup victim by police scalawags - Yahoo Singapore News

Yahoo Singapore NewsPNP chief confirms report of another Korean robbery-holdup victim by police scalawagsYahoo Singapore NewsQUEZON CITY, Philippines — PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa has confirmed report of another robbery-holdup of a Korean national by police scalawags. Dela Rosa said they are now conducting investigation over another alleged incident that happened in ...and more »

Duterte virtually clears Dela Rosa in Korean's slay - Manila Bulletin

Manila BulletinDuterte virtually clears Dela Rosa in Korean's slayManila BulletinPresident Duterte has virtually absolved Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa from any liability over the kidnap-slay of a Korean businessman inside Camp Crame. After deciding to retain the PNP chief, the President said he ...and more »

Duterte expresses admiration for US First Lady Melania Trump - CNN Philippines

CNN PhilippinesDuterte expresses admiration for US First Lady Melania TrumpCNN PhilippinesMetro Manila (CNN Philippines) — In a lighthearted part of his speech during Philippine National Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa's birthday celebration last Sunday, President Rodrigo Duterte spoke about his admiration of United States First Lady Melania ...and more »

Solons urge PNP chief to stop clowning and get serious with his job - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.netSolons urge PNP chief to stop clowning and get serious with his jobInquirer.netParty-list lawmakers on Monday urged Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa to quit clowning and give his office the “demeanor and leadership style” that it deserves. In a press conference, Representatives Alfredo Garbin Jr.and more »

Lawmakers give 'Bato' another chance - The Manila Times

The Manila TimesLawmakers give 'Bato' another chanceThe Manila TimesTHREE days after Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez called on Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa to resign, the House leader made a turnaround, saying the police chief deserves a second chance. Alvarez's change of heart came a day ...and more »

Palace defends Pres. Duterte decision not to accept Dela Rosa's resignation - Northbound Philippines News Online

Palace defends Pres. Duterte decision not to accept Dela Rosa's resignationNorthbound Philippines News OnlineMANILA — Malacanang on Monday denied speculations that President Rodrigo Duterte is tolerating police scalawags when he rejected the verbal resignation of Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald 'Bato' Dela Rosa over the killing ...and more »

Duterte, Bato are responsible - The Standard

Duterte, Bato are responsibleThe StandardMany are calling for the resignation of Philippine National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa in the aftermath of the strangulation of Hanjin executive Jee Ick Joo right inside Camp Crame. President Rodrigo Duterte, however, has spoken: Bato has his ...and more »

Three crimes in Crame - The Standard

Three crimes in CrameThe StandardThree crimes seem to have been committed in Camp Crame, now nicknamed by many as Camp Crime. The first is the kidnapping and murder of Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo. The second is what looks like a cover-up operation being mounted by criminal ...and more »

Solons hit Bato's 'lack of leadership' - The Standard

Solons hit Bato's 'lack of leadership'The StandardPARTY-LIST lawmakers on Monday tagged the Philippine National Police as a haven for uniformed criminal syndicates and intensified the call for PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa to resign over his “failure of leadership.” At the Kapihan sa Manila Hotel by the ...and more »

Editorial: Can Bato purge the PNP of misfits? | SunStar - Sun.Star

Sun.StarEditorial: Can Bato purge the PNP of misfits? | SunStarSun.StarIT is a crime that nobody thought would be committed under an administration that waves the flag of change and whose main thrust is to eradicate crime, specifically the illegal drugs trade. We are referring to the kidnapping by policemen of a Korean ...and more »

Duterte says Bato not to blame for killing of Korean bizman - Philippine Star

Philippine StarDuterte says Bato not to blame for killing of Korean bizmanPhilippine StarPresident Rodrigo Duterte said he does not see any criminal intent on the part of Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa. PNP-PIO, File. MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte came to the defense of embattled Philippine National ...and more »

Recto to Bato: Don't answer problems with excuses - Philippine Star

Philippine StarRecto to Bato: Don't answer problems with excusesPhilippine StarPhilipine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa is in hot water over his police officers' involvement in the killing of a Korean businessman inside the main police headquarters. Dela Rosa is seen in this Jan. 22, 2017 photo. PNP PIO.and more »