Fatal Move

It was terrible. Some drug addicts had been suspects to the tragic death of a Capampangan icon in Angeles City in my country.

Too bad, it happened when the old woman was already in her 80’s and still was hammered and stabbed to death by a young suspected addict.

Maybe, that person who committed the crime was remorseful of it by now, when he is no longer under the influence of drugs.

These terrible acts are no longer surprising in this kind of society we have.

As more and more rich and influential people are involved in drug pushing and smuggling we can’t stop these crimes from happening.

I really felt so bad because some Filipino values are already forgotten by our youth who are supposed to be the hopes of our nation.

To all the rich and influential who are into drug dealing and smuggling, please, have mercy on our people and our youth.

Your harmful actions always lead to other harmful or fatal actions.


5 responses

  1. I really felt terrible about this..especially that I can relate it with a recent event concerning my Korean professor who visited the Philippines for his sabbatical. Guess what? He was victimized by a pickpocket, lost 1,600USD and all his cards…Heck, now what face can I show to him when we meet again?…T__T

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  2. Oh another bad news..tsk tsk…..well I hope he’ll see the good side of a pinoy when he gets to meet you again..i know he will..(:

  3. @Elliot >> my husband was robbed at gunpoint twice when he was in the philippines, and yet he still wants to go back there for a visit… he had made some very good friends there that a robbery wouldn’t spoil his experience for him… and yes, he still thinks that pinoys are special people, he married one 🙂

  4. Hello..It’s nice to know that you are from Angeles City though the tragic
    death of our fellow Capampangan really saddens me..May she rest in peace..

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