Sun.Star Pampanga - - PER­SPEC­TIVE! TECH­NEWS! -

It’s not even nec­es­sary. That is a show of ex­treme ar­ro­gance. The traf­fic al­ter­ca­tion is a very sim­ple and petty thing for you to show your ar­ro­gance,” Al­bay­alde said.

As a re­tired of­fi­cial of PNP and a cur­rent pub­lic ser­vant, Al­bay­alde said that Ver must be an ex­am­ple and must not dis­play ar­ro­gance, es­pe­cially being an ex­ec­u­tive of the state-run cor­po­ra­tion.

“My son has high re­gard for po­lice but with what hap­pened, the im­age of po­lice­men was tainted in his mind. He un­der­stood the sit­u­a­tion but what con­fused him is the at­ti­tude of the CDC ex­ec­u­tive who iden­ti­fied him­self as an ex-gen­eral,” he said.

Due to the in­ci­dent, Al­bay­alde has called for a re­view of the freeport zones, in­clud­ing both Clark and Su­bic, and to check if they are al­lowed to bear firearms in­side and out­side of the said freeport zones in light of the elec­tion gun ban.

"We will check their man­date and on what ex­tent their po­lice power is in­side the Freeport not only for Clark but also in other freeport zones in the coun­try in­clud­ing Su­bic Bay Freeport," said Al­bay­alde.

Ver was im­me­di­ately re­lieved from his post af­ter the in­ci­dent.---With

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