CIDG

AcronymDefinition
CIDGCriminal Investigation and Detection Group (Philipine National Police)
CIDGCivilian Irregular Defense Group (South Vietnamese irregular military unit)
CIDGCochrane Infectious Diseases Group (est. 1994; Liverpool, England, UK)
CIDGCritical Infrastructure Defense Group (Houston, TX)
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Corpus answered that the CIDG only ask for the assistance of the OSG in 'high profile' and 'sensational' cases.
Edilberto Leonardo, regional chief of the CIDG Regional Field Unit XI, said the community has a role to play in running after criminals.
The CIDG has filed sedition, inciting to sedition, libel, cyberlibel, estafa, harboring a criminal and obstruction of justice against Robredo and 35 others on their alleged ouster plot against Duterte.
'Accordingly, Abdullah is studying to be a pilot at All Asia Aviation Academy and is doing research on different aviation threats, aircraft hijacking and falsifying travel documents,' the CIDG said in a news statement.
We are trying to get in touch with his family," said Castaneda, who warned, "He will lose his state witness status if it is proven that he escaped from CIDG's jail."
The CIDG based its case primarily on the affidavit of Peter Joemel Advincula alias 'Bikoy,' who claimed to be the narrator of the videos linking President Duterte, members of his family and close associates to drug syndicates.
The PNP said Advincula and was released from CIDG custody at 3:20 p.m.
A report from the CIDG on Friday identified the suspects as Emeliana Fernandez, 39; Ernie Oliquino, 37; John Lister Pacunayen, 26; Ojelyn Busbos, 22; and Merlyn Perez, 30; all are employees of JA Mining Ventures based in Bukidnon.
"The CIDG probably consulted the OSG after the statements were taken and it is perfectly normal for any government office or agency to seek the advice or consult with the OSG for correction of any legal matter in line with their work.
Major Milgrace Driz, the head of the CIDG XI-Davao City Field Unit, said Florencio Rontas Edusma, married, 59, resident of Waling-Waling in Buhangin was arrested in an entrapment operation.
The CIDG said the case was based on the complaint of a certain Guillermina Lalic Barrido alias Guillermina Arcillas who claimed she was brought on December 6, 2016 from the Convent of Canossian Sisters to the Holy Spirit Convent in Quezon City where she was held until December 21, 2016 and forced to sign a 'ready-made affidavit to destroy the reputation of the present administration of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.'
Tom Tuzon, who heads the CIDG office in Zamboanga peninsula.