(HD) Worlds Toughest Cops – Philippines (Episode 6)

(HD) Worlds Toughest Cops – Philippines (Episode 6)

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Plot: Murder, political discontent, armed break-in, drugs and terrorism – simply part of everyday life in the Philippines. At the heart of the nation lies Manila, a brimming metropolis of criminal activity. Cams follow the cutting edge officers who police the dangerous slums of the city, and SWAT cops tell how they pursued and eliminated the country’s most wanted terrorist. Also, Manila’s homicide unit hunts the killers of two of their team. Vinnie Jones Toughest Cops Season 1 Episode 6
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20 thoughts on “(HD) Worlds Toughest Cops – Philippines (Episode 6)”

  1. Wow! This is a boost of confidence for the police in the Ph. Yeah maybe I'm too harsh on judging bad things about my country's police

  2. is not a massacre is the fault of president. lets not comment. captain Mendoza was a good cop. There's a problem because of false planning, it wasn't a massacre it was an accident. solving a crime with a false planning. captain Mendoza was shot by his fellow cop. did you get the point.

  3. 39:25 my father passed away too in cancer on his brain i was 3 years old! I do not remember anything i do npt remember how he smile on me or how he was yelling on me! i unfortunately do not remember anything!

  4. 25:35 pls somedody give me the name of the city where this happend! i can not find any video of this incident in Philipines!!!

  5. wow ! its nice to hear this , i know its hard to believed because i also lived in philippines .. yeah !! there are negative comments towards them .. but i actually dont mind it , i just believed those hardworking police not those "you know what im saying"… because you will not see those goodside of a person unless you will not take some negative thoughts..

  6. I was in the Philippines for awhile and being in law enforcement I got to know some of the officers. Yes there are corrupt officers, but we have plenty of that here in the USA also.The people were very kind and respectful. I am thinking about moving there when I retire, but it sure wont be in Manila. I don't think I would be able to even drive there.lol, those people are some of the best drivers I've ever seen.They also don't have all the red tape like here and the criminals don't get off on BS techs like here or the ACLU running amok for the thugs and not the victims or their families.If you get away from the cities its a beautiful country and I was rather appalled by my fellow Americans there. They run around thinking they are so much better than the locals. They are visitors in their country and need to remember that. There were a few times I had to remind some of the most ignorant asses of this.Go there and treat them with respect and they will do almost anything to help you, they are a very poor country so just remember that and a few of our dollars go along way for them to support themselves and in return will bend over backwards to help you.

  7. My dad was a cop in the philippines and he tells me every criminal is scared of him now i believe him

  8. I really like and have a lot of respect for the people of the philippines, despite me not being catholic or even religious. Ive never met a person of that nationality who isnt a hard worker, and a LOT of them ive talked to are just providing for their families back on their island through mailing money and clothes. Really a nice lot of people overall even if I dont agree with their religion

  9. Vinnie Jones you tosser, why were you not there in the Philippines? Hosting the show from a back lot in Hollywood lol

  10. O beautiful for spacious skies,
    For amber waves of grain,
    For purple mountain majesties
    Above the fruited plain! Philippines Philippines
    God shed his grace on thee
    And crown thy good with brotherhood
    From sea to shining sea!

    very beautiful country if you stay within the safe zones

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