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Robin Padilla surrenders high-powered firearms
« on: November 07, 2015, 11:08:26 PM »
Robin Padilla surrenders high-powered firearms
By Christopher Lloyd T. Caliwan

MANILA, Nov. 6 (PNA) – Actor Robin Padilla on Friday surrenders some of his high-powered guns to the Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms and Explosives Office (FEO) in Camp Crame.

Padilla, who was accompanied by his lawyer Atty. Rudolf Philip Jurado, surrender his four high-powered firearms such as two baby armalite rifles, one garand rifle and caliber .30

He decided to surrender his gun due to the expired licensed and following the law, specifically Republic Act 10591 or the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Act.

”Nakikinig tayo sa advice ng ating lawyer, si Atty. Jurado, sabi niya sa akin may bagong Republic Act 10591 na naapektuhan ako… na mas maganda na maayos namin na walang armas sa bahay ko. mahirap kasi yung kinakatok. kaya para maiwasan at ipakitang sumusunod tayo sa batas, pangalawa na hindi ako threat, ako ay artista lang, wala namang intensyon na masama,” Padilla told reporters.

Padilla, a popular action star in the 90s known for his 'bad boy' role, who got jailed on 1995 due to illegal possession of firearms.

” May kasabihan nga pag nabalik ka sa bilibid yun din kaso mo, ibig sabihin wala kang kinatandaan. Wala naman sigurong gustong bumalik sa bilibid lalo na sa sitwasyon ngayon, masyadong sikat ang bilibid. masyadong ding sikat ang mga bala. mahirap na masabit dyan,” Padilla explained, who self-described a gun collector.

Jurado said his client decided to surrender his guns for safekeeping due to expired licensed and since Padilla was a convict, they have to fix some papers before the issuance of the new license to own and possess firearms (LTOPF).

”Robin, he was convicted way back in 1995. The thing is nung napasa yung 10591, required na yung applicant eh magcertify na he was not convicted of any crime. tiningnan namin, merong conviction, worse, inapply yung batas retroactively. so si Robin,na may prior conviction, apparently, madidispossess. eh merong lisensya, now because of that law. Supposedly nag-expire last year pero nagkaroon ng extension 'yung PNP ng one year [na] magi-expire this coming December,” Jurado noted.
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