2 alleged kin of POGO hub ‘big boss’ nabbed at Clark

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Authorities arrested three Chinese nationals at the Fontana Resort in Clark, Pampanga, with two of those arrested said to be relatives of Huang  Zhiyang, the Chinese fugitive who is said to be the big boss of POGO  hubs in Bamban, Tarlac, and Porac, Pampanga.

“Yung Bureau of  Immigration, nag-issue ng mission order. The mission order is to look at Fontana to look at illegal aliens and undesirable aliens. So  apparently, meron ng todo effort sila para makapagtago in fact, nakita  sila sa mga sulok na madidilim nagtatago talaga,” said Philippine  Anti-Organized Crime Commission (PAOCC) spokesperson Dr. Winston Casio in Darlene Cay’s Saturday 24 Oras Weekend report.

(The Bureau of Immigration issued a mission order. The mission order is to look at Fontana to look at illegal aliens and undesirable aliens. So,  apparently, someone tried very hard to hide. In fact, they were found hiding in dark corners. They really tried to hide.)

The PAOCC said the documents the suspects presented were questionable, so they were immediately arrested.

“May mga working visa, pero they are not working. May working visa, pero  yung kanilang korporasyon kung saan sila nagtatrabaho, maliit na negosyo na hindi kayaya I-sustain yung visa nila,” said Casio.

(There are working visas, but they are not working. They have a working visa,  but the corporation where they work is a small business that cannot  sustain their visa.)

It turned out that one of those arrested was Huang Zhiyang’s niece.

The other suspect was possibly his cousin or brother. Several of Huang’s properties in the Philippines were under this cousin or brother’s name.

“We’re tightening the noose, pinaiikli na po natin yung mundo ng mga grupong  nagpapatakbo ng POGO. Nawala na po sa kanila yung Bamban, nawala na yung porac, ngayon nawala na rin yung fontana,” Casio said.

(We’re tightening the noose, we’re shrinking the world of these groups that run  POGO. They have lost Bamban and the Porac, and now the Fontana has  also disappeared.)

The three Chinese, who are being investigated for violating the immigration laws of the Philippines,  refused to give a statement.

Meanwhile, the Fontana  Development Corporation clarified that some of the raided villas had been sold to their owners in 2014 and 2015.

The corporation said these villas were no longer under their authority. Nevertheless, the company was willing to cooperate with the investigation. — Sherylin Untalan DVM, GMA Integrated News

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