Of 16 “ninja policemen” who areallegedly in cahoots with the drug queen, 9 were killed in separate operationsand one is detained, said Eleazar. The police is building cases against 6 ofher other cohorts, including 2 retired policemen, 2 who were dismissed fromservice and 2 other who went on absence without leave, he added. The drug queen served for “manyyears” as a barangay chairman and won a fresh mandate in last year’selections but failed to take her oath of office, according to National Capital Regiontop cop Major General Guillermo Eleazar. For example, drug sweeps can only bedone by the Anti-Illegal Drugs Unit, whose members undergo vetting aftergetting the recommendation of unit commanders, who can then be removed fromtheir posts with just one offense of a subordinate, he said. (With ABS-CBN News/PN) “Ngayonang balita natin, out of the country [nasiya]… Wala man s’ya ngayon e iyongmga galamay niya, ipa-paralyze natinpara wala na s’yang magagawa at eventually, magkakaroon din po ng tamang araw para sa kaniya,” Eleazar toldradio DZMM on Wednesday. Her husband was also a former barangaychairman while her sibling and cousin are police officers, he said. “Safeguards” were also put in place toprevent the recycling of busted drugs, Eleazar said. The Bureau of Immigration said thealleged drug queen, who was identified as Guia Gomez Castro, left the countrylast Saturday. MANILA – A “drug queen” whoallegedly buys and redistributes narcotics seized in government operations hasleft the country, the police authorities here said. The Bureau of Immigration says the alleged drug queen, who was identified as Guia Gomez Castro, left the country on Sept 21. UNTV “As per travel records, she indeedrecently left the country but with no derogatory records, hence she was allowedto depart,” Immigration bureau spokesperson Dana Sandoval said.