The suspected ASG members allegedly hid in a cave for days.
CAVE – The suspected members of the Abu Sayyaf Group allegedly hid in a cave in Sitio Kalubihan, Barangay Bacani for several days.
Based on a recent post on the Facebook account of netizen Johanna Marie O. Bajenting, the remaining suspected members of the ASG allegedly stayed in the cave for days as they hid from the troops of the government.
According to the post, from 10 up to 15 people can get into the cave which is estimated to be 4 feet in height and 25 meters in width.
Based on the video, the cave, according to the residents, is near the highway.
The video has already reached more than one thousand views. As of the writing, more than 40 netizens shared the post of Bajenting.
The issues regarding the rebel group have undeniably sparked lots of news reports lately.
Based on a previous news report, a Police Superintendent and a driver were arrested by the authorities for speeding past a police checkpoint.
The said Police Superintendent is Supt. Maria Christina Nobleza and the driver, who is recently confirmed by the Inabang PNP Chief to be a part of the ASG, is Reenor Lou Dungon.
According to the news report, the authorities flagged down a Nissan Navara pick-up in Clarin but it attempted to drive past the police.
Philippine National Police Chief Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa said that Nobleza is in an intimate affair with Dungon. However, the PNP Chief clarified that she was not arrested for it.
According to PNP Chief Dela Rosa, Nobleza’s alleged link to the ASG and going past the authorities during the checkpoint are the reasons for her arrest.
Nobleza is the Deputy Regional Director of Davao Police Office Crime Laboratory. PNP Chief Dela Rosa said that she is also part of the Anti-Illegal Drugs group before she was returned to her mother unit.
According to the PNP Chief, the initial investigation revealed that she is a ‘balik-Islam’.