Jose Alejandrino Expose the Possible Connections of LP to the Halili-Bote Assassinations

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Veteran author and political analyst Jose Alejandrino made another interesting expose revealing the possible connections of the Liberal Party (LP) to the Halili-Bote Assassinations. Tanauan City Mayor Antonio Halili and Gen. Tinio Mayor Ferdinand Bote became the latest local chief executive who were assassinated by unknown assailant under the Duterte admin.

The statement of Alejandrino came out after the controvesial deaths of the two local chief executives which the opposition tried to blame to the Duterte administration.

According to Jose Alejandrino there is no other party, except the LP that could possibly benefit from the death of Tanauan Mayor Antonio Halili and Gen. Tinio Mayor Ferdinand Bote. Mayor Halili is a former LP member but campaign for Pres. Duterte while Mayor Bote is a member of PDP-Laban while the Vice Mayor is a member of LP.

The veteran author Alejandrino noted that Mayor Halili revealed in an interview that he was a member of LP but durign the presidential campaign he declared support for Duterte and his opponent was a retired PNP general, most likely with links to LP. There’s a huge possibility the alleged illegal drugs links of Halili was due to his former connections with LP and this shoude be investigated closely.

For Mayor Bote’s case, he was elected Mayor in 2016 under the People’s Reform Party of the late Sen. Miriam and reportedly had no enemies. With his killing, vice-mayor Melvin Pascual has taken over as mayor of Gen. Tinio. He is a member of the LP. Alejandrino also noted that there’s some possibility that the unholy alliance between the CPP-NPA, political oppositions and critics of Pres. Duterte is at work in the killings of Mayor Halili and Mayor Bote.

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Antonio Halili, mayor of Tanauan, Batangas was killed by a single shot on left chest from a sniper rifle. Shortly after, Ferdinand Bote, mayor of Gen. Tinio, Nueva Ecija was killed by motorcycle-riding gunmen. Eighteen bullet cases were recovered at the crime scene.

Halili, in a video interview posted on fb by Odette Dequito-Javier, said he was a member of the LP during the presidential campaign but later declared for Duterte. His opponent was a retired PNP general – most likely with links to the LP and this has to be investigated. Halili was reportedly on the Duterte drug list. The link to drugs could have been made when Halili was in the LP which was known to have links with druglords. But when he shifted to Duterte, Halili became known for his anti-crime crusade and the public shaming of criminals.

Who could have had a motive for eliminating Halili? The answer is likely to be found by investigating thoroughly his political rival – a former PNP general and his connection, if any, to the LP and druglords. One thing for sure. The sniper was a trained professional, either a rogue cop or a NPA given the unholy alliance between liberals, leftists, and druglords. If the sniper turns out to be a rogue cop, the connection to a retired PNP general won’t be difficult to establish.

Bote was elected mayor in the 2016 elections under the People’s Reform Party. He reportedly had no enemies. Koko Pimentel claims Bote later joined the PDP-Laban. With his killing, Vice Mayor Melvin Pascual has taken over as mayor of Gen. Tinio. He is a member of the LP. I ask myself, which political party benefited from Bote’s assassination? Certainly not Duterte. Again, given the unholy alliance between liberals and leftists, it is likely the gunmen were hired NPAs.

If the lead to Halili’s killer turns out to be the rival of Halili and is associated with LP and if the lead to Bote’s killers turn out to be NPAs, then we are looking at a wide conspiracy to eliminate mayors and place the blame on Duterte.

Let’s see what the PNP investigation will find.

Source: Jose Alejandrino FB Page

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