Floating Shabu Laboratory Discovered in Subic Zambales
Zambales, Philippines -- A large ship anchored in Subic bay appeared like an ordinary floating vessel from the shoreline but it was later discovered that it houses a multi-million shabu laboratory.
The Philippine authority raided a floating Shabu lab right after they received several reliable reports from their intelligence division. The document reportedly cited a foreign ship as the main operating ground for large scale production of prohibited drugs in the country.
The Philippine National Police and no less than PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa conducted an operation aiming to seize tons of chemical drugs which they believed stored inside the floating vessel.
The arresting officers, in full battle gears, strategically attacked the ship thinking that the people onboard will show resistance to the government forces. When the police successfully took control of the ship, they immediately captured the foreigners inside the marine vessel who were later identified as Hongkong nationals.
Upon inspecting the decks of the ship, the authorities retrieved one pack of Shabu. Surprisingly, the big chemical containers they found in the ship were all empty. PNP investigators initially mentioned that the group could have probably received a warning that the Philippine police is targeting the ship. In addition, the cops mentioned that the suspects could have disposed their manufactured Shabu ahead of time since the area is already well-organized.
During the interrogation of PNP Chief "Bato" dela Rosa with the suspects, he learned that the Chinese nationals arrived in the country last week. Based on their passports, the entry point of the ship crews was at Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
In the published theory of PNP, they believe that the sea vessel is primarily being used to smuggle drugs from Luzon down to the southern tip of Mindanao. The floating Shabu Lab in Subic, Zambales is also linked to the previously excavated Shabu in Cagayan which show similar packaging and chemical quality.
The important floating Shabu asset of the drug syndicates in Subic bay, which can produce 25 kilograms of Shabu daily, is no longer allowed to sail to Hongkong. The team and their captain will be sent home once the Philippine Bureau of Immigration issues a formal exit of the Chinese suspects namely Shu Fook Leung, Kam Wah Kwok, Wing Fai Lo, and Kwok Tung Chan.