PH Army nab '3rd most wanted' NPA rebel in S. Kudarat

PH Army nab '3rd most wanted' NPA rebel in S. Kudarat

Wow! Another feather on the cap for the Armed Forces of the Philippines, under the Duterte administration.
Military authorities just reported that they were able to arrest the third ranking communist rebel operating in South Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat provinces.

The rebel official has been identified as Gina Ciano, the third most wanted New People’s Army (NPA) middle-level officer in Sultan Kudarat, this according to Colonel Wilbur Mamawag, commander of the Army’s 603rd Infantry Brigade.
Police mug shot of suspected New People’s Army (NPA) amazon Gina Ciano, the third most wanted communist middle-level officer in Sultan Kudarat,(PNA)

She was arrested last  Oct. 14, 2019, but was only announced by the military on Wednesday (Oct. 16, 2019).
Gina Ciano has a standing warrant of arrest for murder with a PHP200,000 recommended bail issued in 2017 by a regional court in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat,  Lt. Col. Roberto C. Go Jr, the commander of the Army’s 37th Infantry Battalion said.
Lt. Col.  Go led the arrest operation in Barangay Sangay, Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat where Ciano’s house was located.

Ciano, who did not resist arrest, was unarmed when the search warrant was presented by law enforcers.
It was said that Ciano was also a member of the Center for Lumad Advocacy Networking Services (CLANS), a white area committee of the NPA’s Guerrilla Front 73 operating in the hinterlands of South Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat.

The Guerilla Front 73 is under the Far South Mindanao Regional Party Committee of the NPA in the Soccsksargen region.

Ciano is now detained at the jail facility of the Sultan Kudarat Provincial Police Office in Isulan.

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