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PostSubject: Russian customs detain retired Filipino police   October 16th 2008, 2:09 pm

Customs authorities in Russia have detained eight senior Philippine police officials who were carrying 105,000 euros in cash, the Filipino foreign department said Wednesday.

The officers along with their wives had attended an Interpol conference in Saint Petersburg and were on their way to Poland when they were detained at Moscow airport.

Six of the eight officers were turned over to the Filipino embassy in
Moscow after Saturday's detentions, Foreign Undersecretary Esteban Conejos told reporters Wednesday.

Two other officers stayed in a Moscow hotel while awaiting official documentation for the cash from the Philippine government, national police spokesman Chief Superintendent Nicanor Bartolome who said it was a "cash advance".

"They attended an Interpol conference in Saint Peterburg and were on their way to Warsaw, Poland, but were held for having in possession amounts exceeding what is allowed to take out of the country," he said.

Foreigners leaving Russia are only allowed to carry a maximum of 10,000 dollars out of the country.

"We're in the process of putting evidence together for their defence."

Asked if the police officers were held on suspicion of money laundering, Conejos said: "I really don't have that information." Bartolome said the delegation had made a cash advance at police headquarters to cover incidental expenses in their trip.

Police Director Eliseo Dela Paz and another official had remained at a Moscow hotel while awaiting the arrival of official documents from the Philippines as required by Russian customs authorities, Bartolome said.

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PostSubject: Re: Russian customs detain retired Filipino police   October 22nd 2008, 9:14 am

MANILA, Philippines -- (UPDATE 2) After initial disagreements, the
Philippine National Police (PNP) and Department of Interior and Local
Government (DILG) finally agreed Tuesday afternoon that a top-level
police delegation to Russia, one of whose members was held by customs
officials there, had been given P6.93 million for expenses.

PNP Director General Jesus Verzosa and police spokesman Chief
Superintendent Nicano Bartolome also said that the expenses of the
officials’ wives who went on the Russia trip were “personal.”

Earlier in the day, Bartolome said Dela Paz had a P7.5-million
(approximately 120,000 euros) “contingency fund” with him when he was
stopped by Russiancustoms officials at the Moscow airport, while Interior Secretary
Ronaldo Puno said the amount was P6.93 million (approximately 105,000
euros).

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PostSubject: Re: Russian customs detain retired Filipino police   November 11th 2008, 1:04 pm

Hindi na raw contingency fund... hintayin natin kung ano pang metamorphosis ang mangyayari dun sa dala nilang pera... baka bukas butterfly na yan... lumipad na parang paro-paro... at maglaho na lang... oh diba...

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