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Yesterday, a ‘bomb alarm’ disrupts the inter-agency meeting for ASEAN security preparations at Cebu Ports Authority compound after a trash bag with a blinking light was spotted inside the venue’s comfort room. Upon investigation by K9 units, the bomb was only an electronic air freshener that was left over by a janitor. Police Regional Office Director - 7 Noli Taliño said the activity was only a drill to test the preparedness of the police.
The Malacañang and the Department of National Defense on Tuesday dismissed that the alleged rape threats by government forces on Marawi women is part of enemy “propaganda”. Defense Secretary Ernesto Abella said the rumor is “used by the enemy to win sympathy among the people in Marawi and for the government to fall in its mission.” The Philippine National Police also added that it inquired traditional Maranao leaders but no rape cases were reported.
A gunman in Thailand was acquitted on murder charges for allegedly firing an assault rifle concealed in a popcorn bag in 2014. The ‘popcorn gunman’ named Wiwat Yodprasit was sentenced to 37 years in prison for allegedly killing a bystander. But an appeal on Tuesday ruled to Wiwat’s confession that the popcorn bag was used to collect spent bullets and shells and that a photo of a masked gunman with the said bag was not enough evidence to prove him guilty.