PNP: Not enough evidence to sue blogger Drew Olivar

BY THE STAR: Police on Tuesday failed to file a complaint against blogger Drew Olivar due to the lack of crucial details.

Members of the National Capital Region Police Office went to the Department of Justice office at Padre Faura on Tuesday to file the complaint, but Senior Inspector Myrna Diploma of the NCRPO Public Information Office said they still need to gather evidence for the Justice department to accept their complaint.

“We still need to coordinate with our Anti-Cybercrime Unit to complete the evidence for the filing, referral of the case against Olivar at the DOJ,” Diploma said.

SOURCE: Cops fail to file complaint vs Drew Olivar due to insufficient documents ( - September 25, 2018 - 6:26pm; Read more at

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