Alex Boncayao Brigade

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an urban hit squad and guerrilla group of the Communist Party in the Philippines

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He clarified that what he earlier said had already disbanded was the Alex Boncayao Brigade (ABB), which was led by Filemon Lagman, Arturo Tabara and Romulo Kintanar as the extinct group.
The communist rebel group then created an urban guerrilla unit called the Alex Boncayao Brigade (ABB), which consists of hit squads that kill government officials and suspected government agents.
I guess it means I cannot repeat Bernal's considered opinion about who has the smallest tool in the film industry of his time, I must desist from identifying the venerable actor who found an ahas na bingi under his bed, I need crazy glue to prevent me from echoing Lino Brocka's horrified scream of 'Ecsta-NO!' at the sight of a pro-active protrusion that had earlier driven Bernal to rave 'Ecsta-SI!' I may not speak, by the same token, about the difficulties he experienced in doing a short film for Amnesty International about the late unlamented Alex Boncayao Brigade and its pet peeves.
Panfilo Lacson to kill him and Alex Boncayao Brigade and Rejectionists Faction operatives,' Ao said.
However, De Lima said, Iqbal cannot be prosecuted, as well as the other rebels such as the National Democratic Front-New People's Army (NDF-CPP-NPA), Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), MILF, and RPP-ABB (Alex Boncayao Brigade) who are negotiating with the government.
The members of the hit team will be made to appear as dropouts from the New People's Army but they will be from the elite forces of the Armed Forces of the Philippines or from the Alex Boncayao Brigade.
The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) has started monitoring the communist urban hit squad Alex Boncayao Brigade (ABB), some members of which might have converted to Islam and might pose a threat to the 50th Asean Ministerial Meeting (AMM) and Post-Ministerial Conferences, which takes place from Aug.
The communist hit squad Alex Boncayao Brigade (ABB) had previously claimed responsibility for the killing, and reiterated this when the court convicted the five men.