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Monday, September 04, 2017

OFWs, Their Sons and Daughters, Do They Need to Worry?


After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession.
However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.
After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made.
Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him.
PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.
After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.
After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
 Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.
After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.
After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.

Meanwhile, the 14 year-old kid who was last seen with Carl Angelo is still missing. Reynaldo de Guzman has been missing since August 18. His parents worry that their son will share the same fate as Arnaiz's. 

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre ordered NBI to locate the missing kid who was last seen with Arnaiz before they both went missing.

After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow.
“All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.
After the killing of Raymant Siapo, a PWD (person with disability) , and Kian Delos Santos,17, another son of an OFW was killed in an alleged police operation. According to the police report, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, boarded a taxi and declared a hold-up at C3 road, Caloocan. After he took the taxi driver's wallet, he hit the driver with a gun  and fled .The taxi driver sought the help of Caloocan police who was at that time patrolling the area. During the apprehension, Arnaiz traded gunfire with  PO1 Jeffrey Perez and PO1 Ricky Arquilita. Arnaiz was then killed. The police said that aside from empty cartridges of .38 and 9mm caliber firearms, they also recovered marijuana and shabu in his possession. However the Public Attorneys Office who made their own forensic investigation of Arnaiz's body are not convinced of the statement from the police.  Advertisements     Based on the autopsy conducted by PAO Chief Forensic Laboratory Service, Dr. Erwin Erfe, aside from four gunshot wounds on Carl Angelo's body,  they found signs of torture in Carl Angelo's body. "Scratch marks are very deep showing that he was dragged. Signs of torture is also evident , he has handcuff marks on his right arm, his eyes are swelling." Dr. Erfe also said that there was no indication that he fired gunshots. The very disturbing fact is that , according to forensics, the trajectory of the bullets indicates that he was kneeling or lying down when the shots were made. Based on the gunshots, the shots that made by the police was not to disable but to surely kill him. PAO Chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said that they are going to file murder cases against the policemen involved.   Carl Angelo's parents still could not believe that it would happen to their beloved son. His mother, an OFW from the Middle East immediately went home after learning about the tragic incident. According to them, Carl Angelo could not do what the police said he does. Carl Angelo was an elementary school valedictorian, graduated from a science high school and even made it to be admitted in UP Diliman, it felt like a horrible nightmare learning that their son was involved in such crime.   Meanwhile, the League of Filipino Students condemned the latest killing involving a student by police officers, saying in a statement that it instills fear among the students when the entity that vows to protect the people are the ones killing them.  Carl Angelo Arnaiz was reported missing on August 17 and 10 days later he was found dead at a morgue in Caloocan City sustaining fatal multiple gunshot wounds.   NCRPO Chief oscar albayalde promised to conduct an investigation on the killing of the 19-year-old OFWs son.   Source: ABS-CBN News, GMA News Sponsored Links Read More:  Every OFWs has various reasons why they decided to leave their families and work abroad but there is one common goal, to give their family a decent and better future, that they think, would not be possible if they were not given the opportunity to work outside the country. With the country's lack of job and income generating opportunities and investments during the past regimes, contractualization, age limit in applying for the jobs, most Filipinos resort to applying for overseas jobs even if it means leaving your family for years. the only thing that gets the OFW going is a thought that with a slightly bigger salary, they could send their children to school, build their dream house and make thier family back home happy.  But what if your beloved son or daughter who is in the center of the equilibrium that balances your life to keep you going as an OFW  suddenly vanished?   Luzviminda Siapo is an OFW in Kuwait who, like other OFWs has a huge dream for her son, Raymart, 19. As a single mom, she raised Raymart single-handedly, exerting every effort to give him the best things a mother could ever give to a son. Two years ago, she went to Kuwait to work as a household service worker in a Kuwaiti family. Armed with a dream to give him the best future she endured months and years without him on her side, waiting for the day when they can finally embrace each other again.  On March 29, Luzviminda received a news that  any mother would not want to hear. Something that happens only in a nightmare. A group of masked men abducted her child, told to run and when he refused to run because he couldn't --he has a set of club feet, they shot him dead.  They found him the next day along with 2 sachets of alleged "shabu". The murder victim who couldn't run away.   (From Howie Severino's Social media post)   "It was the message every mother dreads, but this mom was working in an Arab household in Kuwait.  OFW Luzviminda Siapo's employer didn't want to believe that Luzviminda's son Raymart had just been killed.  Luzviminda wailed and knelt and begged, and still her employer thought she was lying to get out of her contract and go home. Only when her boss was shown online news video about 19-year-old Raymart's brutal murder in Navotas did the employer let her go.  When she arrived last Monday, the police had little information to share. But the mother steeled herself and began probing the murder herself, interviewing witnesses and assembling the savage pieces of a puzzle.  Her son had an argument with a neighbor. Soon the son's name was found on the community blotter as a drug suspect.  Men in bonnets over their faces came to his neighborhood and took him away.  Witnesses say he was last seen at night being brought by motorcycle to a nearby bridge, and being told to get down.  "Takbo, takbo!" his captors taunted. Raymart, who was supposed to start a new job the next day, didn't run and just sat down. One of the assassins, called a "birador" by the police, shot him below the chin and on the side of his head.  Raymart couldn't run even if he wanted to – he was born with two club feet, a congenital deformity that made him appear to be walking on the sides of his feet. He was a Person With Disability.  Luzviminda showed my colleagues and me her last text conversation with Raymart on her cell phone. It was about the birth certificate he needed for his new job.  One of the very last messages from Raymart was simply, "salamat ma," followed by a smiling selfie." When Luzviminda learned about what happened to her son, she begged her employer to allow her to go home. Her employer was skeptical at first, saying that Luzviminda was just only making up stories for them to allow her to go home and get away with her contract. The HSW begged tirelessly. She wailed and fall on her knees and cried. Not after she has shown her employer about the news that her son was indeed murdered, they finally allowed her to go after she fell on her knees and kissed the employers toes.At the airport, the only word that came out from her lips was "Kuya" then she started to cry on her brother's arms letting go of her every pain.    Searching for answers, she first went to the barangay hall to confront the authorities. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.Right after  they left the headquarters, she finally met her lifeless son in a coffin. Tears rolling down on her cheeks as she hugged the coffin and whispered: “Son, Mama’s home!”  More than anything, Luzviminda wants justice. Justice for his son that was about to start a new job the day after he was abducted and ruthlessly killed. For her who wishes nothing more but to give her beloved son a better future. For other OFWs who suffered the same fate. Justice has to be served somehow. “All it took was a false accusation for these people to murder my son. They did not bother to investigate, they did not bother to verify. They just killed him.” Pointing out that her son was reportedly has a heated argument with a neighbor, the next day he was already on the community blotter as a drug suspect and that's why he was killed.  Grade 11 student, Kian Loyd Delos Santos was shot dead after allegedly resisted, drawn a gun and fired at the police operatives undergoing "Oplan Galugad" iin Barangay 160, Caloocan City. The operatives said they were forced to fight back but witnesses and CCTV footage are telling otherwise. The police said Kian suddenly ran upon confrontation. The police pursued him but the 17 year old kid drawn a gun and fired at them prompting the police to fire back and killed him. But in a CCTV footage, the police was seen dragging the  Kian.   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


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