A Father's Grief - another case of OFW BRUTALITY

@jaiho2009 (39079)
Philippines
January 19, 2012 12:15am CST
Another Pinay was killed and the family has no lead what caused the death of the poor girl. The girl died on October 2011 and her family were only informed more than 2 months after the death (December 28,2011) The body arrived back here in the Philippines last January 11,2012 without internal organs, naked and even her eyes were removed. I tried to search more news about this incident- but I cant find one. The first video interview with the father is in Ilocano dialect (Northern language) The second video with the girl's uncle is in Filipino language - sorry guys, I can't find any video in English or even news written in English! Where is justice!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4_jvCBdMcM&sns=fb http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJbO54wGVzY&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL
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@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
What?!?! This is so devastating! What is wrong with the people who did this to the young lady. This is the reason why it's hard to work as a domestic helper especially in Middle East countries and in HongKong, where usually such case of abuse and worst, killing and even removing her internal organs! That is so horrible!
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@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
19 Jan 12
I don't watch the link as the internet speed isn't good. SO the lady has worked as a housemaid in other country??? I wonder why they did such things to her. Is there anything to do with illegal organ selling syndicate??
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@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
Hi sis, Yes she worked as a housemaid in another country, Kuwait to be specific. Well I am not sure whatever the reason they made it, one thing is for sure she might not be the only one who might experience this. Her employer must be questioned about it.
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
What pisses me off, what our people (Filipino) Philippine Embassy done? There is no news or any report regarding this matter... Where are the Filipino official/embassy when this crime happen.. Does the Philippine Embassy office in Kuwait never knows about this? I will try my best to track this matter...I just can't help wondering why there is no report or media coverage.
@Lhenni (1246)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
That's awful! In this case, knowing it happened overseas was more difficult than happened locally to figure out or rather investigate because we have no means to really go deeper our own investigation. We just rely on what summary/details that country of justice will give to us though it's evident in the body of victim that it's not the thing happened *sigh! It sad...
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@Lhenni (1246)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
Yes jai it's sad to know this is happening...
@Craydz (65)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
Watta---k. I can't believe this. What if the victim is related to us. It feels awful. Justice!!!!!!!!!!
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
Exactly! What if the victim is related us. Help me God- I don't know what to do
@Craydz (65)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
I'm an OFW too. So I really feel the emotions what they are in now. Just finished watching the video and I felt pity to father and to the family. I think what we can do right now is to pray for them. Hoping Justice will be served.
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• Philippines
19 Jan 12
I feel sad to the relatives of the victim. This is injustice.
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• India
19 Jan 12
I am really sad How cruel and how rude it is ? I wounder I am living the world who have no heart inside them
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
There are lots of them (people) living in form of human- but are beast inside!
• India
20 Jan 12
Don't you feel sad jaihoo ?
@Harmonics (251)
• Philippines
27 Jan 12
It is indeed hard to hear tragic news like these where human adopt an attitude of a beast to harm his or her fellow. Surely, this will not be the last case to happen and also no the last case to evaporate without justice serve. Now, in the face of this scenario, those who are contemplating to go abroad most especially in Arab countries and in the same work position, think a thousand times. It is true that life here in the Philippines is hard, but then, working abroad is not always the solution. There are many ingenious ways to earn here, the only thing you need is careful planning and thinking.
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
1 Feb 12
hello Harmonics, I agree, there's so many ways to earn here,but we also know that the temptation overseas is hard to decline. Let's hope for the safety and more safety laws for our countrymen working abroad.
@sabado_dc (1001)
• Philippines
22 Jan 12
Oh, tsk..tsk..tsk.. Being destitute is not a problem but afflicted - tormented - slain and organs being lumbered? God...
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
25 Jan 12
hello bro, Sorry for my late response. Well...this is not new aint? But still....a very sad and desperate news! :xxx
• Mexico
21 Jan 12
Hi jaiho: This is so sad and disgusting. Unfortunetly the only thing I can tell you is that human justice is not perfect and that there are some times where criminals are not caught. That's the reason why there must exist a divine justice. Humans make mistake judging others or finding the responsible person for a crime, God don't. ALVARO
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
25 Jan 12
hello Alvaro, I agree, justice will be served soon. No one will be spared on that judgment day and that will give fair justice to those who are not given mercy in this life.
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
20 Jan 12
Justice. I didn't dare look at the videos yet as i know it will make me sad and angry..but yes justice should be served.
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
25 Jan 12
hello jazel, Sorry for my late response :( I tried to check more news regarding this matter but I can't find any updates. Lets hope for the best,for the family esp for the daughter she left behind :(
@mtrguanlao (5527)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
I hate to hear news like those dear jai,it's sad to know that heroes like them doesn't get the right justice. I have heard worst cases than that before and it's really alarming. I know how the family would feel. That's one thing why it's hard for women to work abroad.
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
Yes..so sad to hear such news. They are tagged as the NEW HERO- but they are never given proper care and honor :xxx
@keihimekawa (2010)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
I really can't believe the crimes involving our OFWs. It's sad to hear all those sad news. To think that they left the safety and comfort of their own country just to earn money to support their family. 2 months?! Why did it took them that long to tell her family the news? I remembered hearing this news about this woman who's in Syria and is really excited to go home to Philippines but at the day of her flight/departure, she was ran over by a car :(
@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
That's one of the foul in there- why it takes 2 months. Who inform the family. Where are the people behind this...(agency, employer and the Philippine official -Embassy) So many questions....
• India
19 Jan 12
Jane beta, I am so sorry to hear this; such incidences are happening here in india too. Justice is there, in the court of the Almighty, here on earth one can buy the judges, the entire system, because most here are corrupte.. but high above, things are very clean, there might be delay, but he/she will be punished; i believe on this principle always thanks for the link, god bless you Hugs from Papa
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@jaiho2009 (39079)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
hello dada, I do believed with it pa. Yes, on the final judgment where no is to be spared. hugs to you and maa