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Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 10:00:43 -0700 (PDT)
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Subject: Fwd: Fugitives From Justice

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Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 09:11:09 -0700 (PDT)
From: "gonzalo policarpio"
Subject: Fwd: Fugitives From Justice

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Dear Miss Tordesillas:

Thank you for publishing in your blog copy of my
old email dated Dec. 12, 2000 titled "Jocelyn 'Jocjoc'
Bolante and originally addressed to Sen. Ramon
Magsaysay, Jr. and Sen. Franklin Drilon. However, it
would have been more significant and clearer to your
readers as to the intent of the message if the date of
the email as well as the names of the Senators to whom
it was originally addressed to were mentioned.

I did send you another copy of an old email dated
Oct. 26, 2005 titled "Fugitives From Justice" and
originally addressed to Sen. Ramon Magsaysay, Jr. cc
to Sen. Pong Biazon and Sen. Aquilino Pimentel, Jr.

The reason for these emails is to inform you, as a
fellow columnist based in the Philippines, what
motivated me to advise Sen. Magsaysay to request the
help of American law enforcement authorities attached
to the U.S. Embassy in Manila tracking down a fugitive
from justice like Bolante. I suggested to him the
proper procedures in submitting valid information
which I may term it as "intelligence" to the FBI
liaison office and to the Department of Homeland
Security attache(properly titled as Immigration
Attache/OIC)for action. Definitely any appropriate
action by them should be cleared by their headquarters
in Washington, D.C..

I'm familiar with such procedures because of my
past experience as Special Operations Immigration
Inspector at Newark International Airport and
designated District Intelligence Officer, Team Leader
in the mid90s. Verified intelligence about a fugitive
from justice even from a foreign country is accepted
by US law enforcement authorities and the name of such
fugitive will be included in the government's lookout
list. So Bolante could have tried to enter any
American port of entry. But all ports of entries have
the lookout list properly computerized. There's realy
no way for Bolante to sneak in to the United States.

The U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines is a
diplomat, not a law enforcement officer. She should
not be bothered with circumstances about Bolante's
arrest. You may talk to the Officer in Charge of the
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the US
Embassy in Manila. You would get the scoop as to the
bottom of Bolante's detention in LA. You have to do it
quickly to be ahead of the other jurnalists.

In my follow up email to the Senators I mentioned,
I reiterated to them that I an an enemy of injustice.
That's the thing that motivates me to help them in
locating and capturing a fugitive from justice like
Bolante given the failure of Philippine law
enforcement authorities to do anything about it,
especially the de facto Commander in Chief of the
Armed Forces of the Philippines.

I requested the Senators to help in passing a
Senate Resolution recognizing my dedicated efforts in
exposing and stopping a Fake Filipino syndicate during
my time as Intelligence Assistant at the DFA's
Division of Intelligence and Research during the early
70s. This idea was first suggested to me by former
Philippine Ambassador to the United States, Emmanuel
Pelaez, during the Cory Aquino Administration. He
advised me not to accept a subcabinet position in the
Cory administration being proffered by former Sen.
Heherson Alvarez in exchange for my US citizenship. I
followed the Ambassador's wise advice. Details of my
intelligence work against the corrupt government
officials of Marcos were publicized in the former
Manila Times, Manila Chronicle, and other papers. On
October 15, 1972, DFA terminated my services without
reasonable cause. The rest is a short history of my
life in America.

I hope you understand the intent of this letter to

Best regards,

Gonzalo "Jun" Policarpio

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Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 05:55:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: "gonzalo policarpio"
Subject: Fwd: Fugitives From Justice

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Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 08:56:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: "gonzalo policarpio"
Subject: Fugitives From Justice

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I'm a U.S. citizen by naturalization but a Filipino by
birth. I can no longer close my eyes, cover my ears,
and keep my mouth shut, as most Filipino Americans try
to do, about the continuing hardships and sufferings
being inflicted on the poor Filipino people by corrupt
government officials.

In one of my columns published in the FILIPINO
REPORTER, a weekly tabloid based in New York City
sometime ago, I consider your late father, former
Philippine President, Ramon Magsaysay, as one the few
outstanding leaders and statesmen the Filipino people
ever had. It's because of your father's genuine
compassion towards the poor and the underprivileged.

At the rate reports of misuse of public funds in the
billions of pesos in magnitude having been perpetrated
by the de facto Arroyo administration for selfish
reasons, it would seem to indicate that the de facto
Philippine president, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, and the
Roman Emperor Nero of the early centuries have
something in common: evil mind.

In a simple way, I want to help in promoting justice
in the Philippines by suggesting to your office and
other concerned leaders to contact the FBI Liaison
Office and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
office at the U.S. Embassy in Manila and request them
to inform U.S. law enforcement and intelligence
authorities about the arrival of former Arroyo cabinet
official, Jocelyn Bolante, in Los Angeles, California,
who is now considered a Filipino figitive from
justice. I used to be a U.S. immigration officer
assigned in New York and New Jersey before I ran for
the U.S. Congress in 2004. It is the policy of the
United States to admit only those applicants for entry
without any derogatory information.

With regard to Juan Miguel Arroyo, husband of Gloria,
I would like to suggest that the Philippine Senate or
the specific Senate committee assigned to do an
inquiry as to his involvement in the misuse of the
people's money for the rigging of votes during the
last presidential elections, move two steps ahead and
pre-empt any attempt of escape like what Bolante did.
The "two steps ahead" may involve surveillance or
filing ciminal charges against the so-called First
Gentleman to effect an arrest order.

So much for now and thank you for considering my
simple thoughts.

Best regards,

Gonzalo "Jun" Policarpio

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