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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Luige A. del Puerto and Norman Bordadora
IT'S A good way to get new textmates.
After declaring last week that Luzon was "jueteng"-free, the Philippine National Police was swamped with text messages all saying the same thing-contrary to its claims, jueteng operations apparently still persist in Luzon.
Of course, the text messages needed to be verified, a top police official said yesterday.
But from May 29 to 30, the PNP's Text 2920 received 57 text messages on jueteng, and from May 30 to 31, another 20 messages.
"We noted an increase in the number of text messages reporting the …