Two police generals refuse Tuesday any association with the illegal drug trade with President Rodrigo Duterte's accusation.
Former Quezon City Police District (QCPD) director Chief Superintendent Edgardo Tinio and retired police general Vicente Loot hope to get their names cleared soon.
Tinio said he is willing to undergo investigation and even reach to Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa.
"I am willing to undergo lie detector test and I am willing (to) subject my phones for forensics,” he said in a televised phone interview.
“I am not hiding. I’m in my quarters I can report to the PNP director and clear my name,” he added.
Tinio said it shock him when Duterte says his name along with four other PNP generals — PNP Deputy Director General Marcelo Garbo Jr., former National Capital Region Police Office chief Director Joel Pagdilao, Western Visayas regional director Chief Superintendent Bernardo Diaz and retired police general Vicente “Vic” Loot — at a speech for the 69th anniversary of the Philippine Air Force.
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