A number of police officers in the Philippines have been relieved of their duties after a TV station aired footage allegedly showing them torturing a naked detainee.The detained man is believed to be a suspected thief caught in Manila's Tondo slum district, according to ABS-CBN TV, which said it obtained the cell phone footage from an unidentified informer.It is not clear if the ten others will also face charges, but that will be part of the investigation, police said.New officers were assigned to the precinct under investigation.Metropolitan Manila police chief Leocadio Santiago relieved the 11-member police station Wednesday and ordered that its commander, Senior Inspector Joselito Binayug, be investigated for criminal acts.The maximum penalty under an anti-torture law passed last year is 40 years in prison if the victim dies.'We are holding Binayug responsible.The search for supplicant brides often leads American men to the Philippines, but interviews with brides and husbands show that the search for a mate can often lead to cultural consternation. Annalisa Enrile, a Filipino professor in social work at USC and a board member of the Mariposa Center for Change, said these marriages last because of a value in the Philippines called Utang Na Loob, which roughly translates as a debt of gratitude.
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