In a Twitter post, Sen. Panfilo ‘Ping’ Lacson expressed his disappointment over President Rodrigo Duterte's admission of calling Supt. Marvin Marcos' reinstatement.
Lacson accused the current administration of having a 'double standard' in its bloody war against drugs.
"I thought it was an all-out drug war I was supporting. Talk about double-standard. Talk about double-speak. Change isn’t coming after all," Lacson wrote.
Senator Lacson expressed his disappointment over the controversial admission of President Duterte that he was the one who called PNP Chief Ronald "Bato Dela Rosa" to reinstate the Supt. Marcos, who was directly involved in the death of suspected drug lord and former Albuera town mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr.
Sen. Leila De Lima initially accused Presidential Management Staff head Bong Go of calling the order for Marcos' reinstatement.
Marcos and Asher Dolina, who was police director for Eastern Visayas in 2015, were alleged to have received drug money protection.
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