They were due to heartless traders mulcting
The group was composed of lawless elements mulcting
on farmers and civilians in Palimbang," he said.
Without any loosening of the economy, all a new constitution would signal to business is that, aside from the extortions of the national government and mulcting
by the local government, a third level-the regions or federal states-would now enter the picture, eager to milk the already sore udders of businessmen large or small.
Later, he was appointed as director of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) wherein his baptism by fire was when his son was victimized by mulcting
policemen of the Quezon City Police District.
'The actions of the Chinese coast guard are more like the mulcting
practices of rogue law enforcers victimizing helpless people,' he said in statement.
In 2011, then Vice Mayor Rodrigo Duterte lambasted some councilors in his TV program for allegedly mulcting
money from developers.
This also prevents the drivers of said vehicles from carrying too much cash that would make them prey to mulcting
enforcers of thieves.
Ramirez said that they have been constantly receiving reports of "mulcting
and efforts to force our members seafarers to come across in exchange for documents issued by Marina."
As CCTV cameras have recorded repeatedly, some MMDA enforcers abet such thinking, mulcting
motorists and pedestrians alike and largely getting away with it, what with victims loath to engage the labyrinthine bureaucracy in reporting abuses.
Peralta said the suspects belonged to the NPA's Front 72 which has been mulcting
the banana trader from Magsaysay.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar gave this reminder, on Sunday, to mulcting
policemen who might use President Duterte's crackdown on illegal gambling to extort money from gaming operators.
The senator said fixed checkpoints had also become a milking cow of sorts for abusive and mulcting
policemen preying on innocent motorists and traders.
All I see them do besides mulcting
motorists is blow their whistles and wave cars through-including those who create an improper counterflow lane(!)-as if waving their hands would magically make traffic flow more smoothly.
It is a poignant 'commentary on the Filipino-Chinese relationship and the cultural divide.' The tong of the title does not refer to a mulcting
policeman but to a 'debt that must be paid, the life that must be warped because it had to be lived.' The author's style, then and now, is accessible, straightforward, clear and unpretentious.