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KillerQueen
05-09-2009, 10:41 AM
On one hand, Ted Failon continues to fear for his freedom as well. Despite all of his family, including all of his wife’s siblings, insisting his wife committed suicide the authorities are determined to find him guilty. The world saw the police in action last week, carting off Failon’s in-law and staff while they tarried at Trinidad Etong’s hospital bed, giving her words of encouragement, egging her to live on. They went on to manhandle them because they would not leave. Elsewhere in the world, there is no more compelling reason to leave well enough alone that when someone demands to be on the side of dying kin. And Failon and his kin were not even suspects.

Today, despite the preponderance of physical evidence showing Trinidad to have taken her own life, the police are not satisfied. They are not satisfied because they say is quite possible that Trinidad might have been murdered elsewhere and dumped in the bathroom. They are not satisfied because Gonzales says, they have someone who claims to have been at the scene before everybody else, whose identity they cannot disclose, who says it was not suicide. In fact they are not satisfied because, attempting to prove their case by insinuation and innuendo, they find it quite impossible that someone who has been critical about the way they have been rubbing out suspects and the way this regime has been conducting business can possibly be innocent.

On the other hand, Daniel Smith has been sprung out of jail. Despite the preponderance of evidence against him, he has been found innocent by a higher - legally, if not morally – court. With no Nicole to insist on the crime, the court has ruled there is no crime. “Sprung out of jail” is a figure of speech; it is doubtful if he ever spent time in it, other than his short stint in a cell in Jojo Binay’s favorite city.

He is not the first criminal to be freed in this country in recent months. This year alone, several of them have been so or about to be so. They include: the murderers of Ninoy Aquino, despite the protestations of the Aquinos that the killers neither acknowledged their guilt nor repented; Claudio Teehankee Jr., the murderer of Maureen Hultman and Roland Chapman, who too never repented, and who, if the Hultmans are to be believed, might as well have been spending time in Boracay; Roberto Manero, the bald-headed cultist who ate the brains of Fr. Tulio Favali after he murdered him; Rodolfo Manalili who masterminded the murders of sweethearts Cochise Bernabe and Beebom Castaños; Romeo Jalosjos, the man who loved women, or love to rape little girls

This regime may not be able to attract investors to these shores, but it will be able to attract murderers and rapists to it.

That is the way justice works in this country. If you are guilty, be happy. If you are innocent, be afraid. Be very, very afraid.

agta
05-09-2009, 11:27 AM
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Today, despite the preponderance of physical evidence showing Trinidad to have taken her own life, the police are not satisfied. They are not satisfied because they say is quite possible that Trinidad might have been murdered elsewhere and dumped in the bathroom. They are not satisfied because Gonzales says, they have someone who claims to have been at the scene before everybody else, whose identity they cannot disclose, who says it was not suicide. In fact they are not satisfied because, attempting to prove their case by insinuation and innuendo, they find it quite impossible that someone who has been critical about the way they have been rubbing out suspects and the way this regime has been conducting business can possibly be innocent.

Or maybe Gonzales is sure that Trinidad was really murdered! It is not impossible that one of the policemen with Gonzales' scheme shoot Trinidad. It is not impossible that they were just waiting for the right timing to strike. And the proper time came, and they murdered Trinidad. Hence Gonzales is certain that Trinidad was murdered because maybe he was the brain behind his murder?