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Quezon clash: The victims and how they are linked to one another

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CALAMBA CITY—“We were raised properly by our parents. If he was the person they said he was, how come people came to him for help? How come politicians knew him?” said Ma. Teresa, the elder sister of Victor Rimas Siman.

She said there was no shred of truth to reports that her 40-year-old brother was involved in “jueteng,” an illegal numbers racket, or a leader of a gun-for-hire syndicate.

Earlier reports by the Quezon police erroneously identified Siman as Victorino “Tonet” Siman Atienza Jr., his cousin. Both were among the 13 people killed by lawmen at a checkpoint in Atimonan, Quezon, on Sunday.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer interviewed Ma. Teresa at Siman’s wake in his two-story home, one of the posh houses in the upland village of Maunong, Calamba City. Flowers from city councilors and politicians were displayed.

To his family and neighbors, Victor Rimas Siman, or “Vic Siman,” was a good man who helped everyone who came to him for help.

“My brother was a very kind and generous man. He helped so many people—children with medical needs, alms for those who lost loved ones and so many others,”  Ma. Teresa said.

Dead cousins

Across the place is the house of his grandmother where the wake of Atienza and another cousin, Gerry Ancero Siman,  who also died in the same incident, was being held.  Atienza, 35, and Gerry Siman, 38, worked as bodyguards for their “Kuya Vic,” according to relatives.

Leonardo Catapang Marasigan, a distant relative and another bodyguard of Siman, was also killed in the gunfight, as well as Siman’s driver, Conrado Redreska Decillo. Their remains were brought to their homes, also in Maunong.

The Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon) police initially tagged the slain men as members of a gun-for-hire group, but with Siman’s body among the dead, reports of a turf war between rival gambling operators emerged.

Sources from the police, gambling players and even from Krusada ng Bayan Laban sa Jueteng said Siman ran bookies in Laguna and in nearby provinces.

“That’s not true,” Ma. Teresa said. She said her brother, a criminology graduate, made his fortune from his security agency and by operating the government-sanctioned Small Town Lottery (STL).

“The guns recovered from the scene were all licensed,” she added.

Ramon Preza, who owns Ramloid Gaming Corp. that holds the franchise to operate the STL in Laguna, denied that Siman was involved with his company.

“Victor Siman never worked for me, ever. I’ve never seen his face before. You can check the list of employees we submit to the PCSO (Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office) and you’ll never find a single Siman there,” said Preza, who is a resident of Tiaong, Quezon.

Long line of mourners

Residents interviewed by the Inquirer described Vic Siman as “helpful” and well-loved by neighbors. A long line of mourners came on the first night of his wake at his house on Tuesday.

The Simans are apparently a family of local politicians. Vic Siman’s brother, Christopher, is the village chief of Maunong.  Two other relatives—a certain Michael and Marco—are also village officials, records from the barangay (village) council showed.

“Would the Simans win in barangay elections if they were into illegal activities?” said Danilo Silva, chairman of the adjacent Barangay La Mesa.

Vic Siman, a father of two, was married to Gina Mamacud Siman, to whom the vehicles recovered from the crime scene were registered. The wife refused to grant an interview.

But like the families of the other slain men, the Simans cried for justice in what they believed was a rubout.

“What they did to my brother was inhuman. Very brutal. My brother’s back was torn apart,” said Ma. Teresa of her brother’s bullet-riddled body.

Shot between the eyes

Gerry’s sister, who requested anonymity because she is an employee at the city government, said her brother was shot between the eyes, while Atienza was shot in the head.

The Simans believed the Atimonan victims were shot at close range.

“Decillo’s face was shattered. His family even refused to accept his remains at first because they could not recognize him,” a relative said.

Decillo, a single parent, left behind eight children. “His children came here to tell us they had nothing to eat,” said another Siman relative.

Security guard

Another fatality, Maximo Manalastas Pelayo, 37, of Tigaon, Camarines Sur, was a security guard, according to his mother-in-law.

Elena Asayen Parsa, 56, mother of Pelayo’s wife Rosalie, told the Inquirer that her son-in-law was a native of Pampanga.

Parsa said Rosalie met Pelayo in Karuhatan, Valenzuela, more than 10 years ago when her daughter was working there. Pelayo had been employed as a security guard in an establishment in the town.

“He came home only once a month but would not stay long. I was even wondering why he went back to Manila on the 29th of December when he went home on the 26th. He celebrated his birthday here on Dec. 27,” she said.

Parsa, who did not know her son-in-law’s employer, recalled that Pelayo and Rosalie had been living in San Rafael for over a decade, along with their four children, aged 13, 10, 9 and 1. The family left for Pampanga where Pelayo’s remains were brought from Quezon.

Army deserter

When asked if Pelayo was involved with the military, Parsa said she was told that he had joined the Army but went on “Awol” (absence without leave) because he found it hard to be away from his children. She, however, could not recall when he joined the military and when he left the service.

Michael, a neighbor, who asked not to give his surname, described Pelayo as well-built, about 5-foot-8-inches tall and with fair complexion, and good physique and looks.

He said Pelayo came home for short visits once a month but would not just stay in his house that could be reached through a muddy road from the highway.

During the few times that they shared a drink, Michael said he had learned that Pelayo was somewhat connected with the military.

Police investigators had recovered from Pelayo’s body an identification card that bore his name and supposedly issued by the Intelligence Service of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (Isafp). However, Brig. Gen. Eduardo Año, Isafp chief, said the ID was fake and declared that Pelayo and Leonardo Catapang, another fatality that yielded an Isafp ID, were “impostors.”

Air Force man

In Lipa City, the family of still another fatality, Air Force 1st Lt. Jimbeam Justiniani, said they could not believe that he was a member of a gun-for-hire gang and was involved in jueteng.

“If he were involved in a syndicate, he wouldn’t have been living in a townhouse but in that house (pointing to a big house opposite Justiniani’s),” said a relative, who refused to be identified for security reasons.

A neighbor said Justiniani lived simply and drove around in an old car. “If he were a member of a syndicate, he should have been the owner of a new car,” he said.

Justiniani, 31, who lived at St. Vincent Subdivision in Lipa, was assigned to the Air Education and Training Command based at the 554th Air Police Squadron in Fernando Airbase, also in the city.

He was married to a part-time instructor at a city school, with whom he had two daughters, aged 10 and 4. He was killed on the same day his youngest daughter was celebrating her birthday, according to a neighbor.

Members of the immediate family of Justiniani declined to be interviewed.

The soldier’s remains were laid at the chapel of the air base, but reporters were not allowed inside the camp.

Capt. Edmund Elona, acting public information officer of the base, declined to answer text messages and phone calls.

Insurance man

The sister of Paul Acedillo Quiohilag, another fatality from Biñan City in Laguna, said he was not a criminal and had held managerial positions in various insurance and real estate companies.

Rodita Quiohilag appeared with other relatives at the National Bureau of Investigation main office in Manila yesterday to file complaints against those involved in the Atimonan killings.

“He was a civilian and simple man, an insurance and real estate broker,” Rodita said. She said Quiohilag was a former manager of Britanny and an insurance broker for Fortune Life and Filinvest.

“On the day he left, he brought with him insurance proposals prepared by his secretary. He said he would be attending a meeting,” his sister said.

The other fatalities were:

  • Supt. Alfredo Perez Consemino, of Calamba City, was acting group director of the Mimaropa-Regional Headquarters Support Group (RHSG) and Vic Siman’s partner in a security agency.

  • PO1 Jeffrey Tarinay Valdez, of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, and SPO1 Gruet Alinea Mantuano, of Calapan City in Mindoro Oriental, both worked under Consemino.

  • S/Sgt. Armando Aranda Lescano was assigned at the Air Education and Training Command based at the 554th Air Police Squadron in Fernando Airbase in Lipa City. It was not known if he worked under Justiniani, but his daughter, said he moonlights as a “security escort.”

Tirso Pada Lontok Jr., of Barangay Sta. Lucia in Dolores, Quezon, was an environmentalist and founding member of Kapatiran at Alyansang Alay para sa Kaunlaran ng Bayan–Quezon (Kaakbay-Quezon). He allegedly served as the link between Vic Siman’s jueteng operation in Laguna and Batangas and a member of an influential clan in Quezon, according to a source from the underground gambling business in Calabarzon. With a report from Nancy Carvajal in Manila


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Tags: Alfredo Consemino , Crime , gambling , Hansel Marantan , Illegal drugs , Jueteng , Military , Police , Quezon Province , Quezon shootout , Regions , Victor Rimas Siman


  • batangpaslit

    walastik ano ha?
    halos lahat nang nadale sa Atimonan firefight ay puro bodyguards?
    anong klaseng bodyguards sila?

    si Jueteng Lord….natural kaya niang bumigay ng tulong dahil madali lang naman ang pera sa Jueteng eh. is Pineda nga of Pampangga, kaya niang mag bank roll ng national election. ang pambili lang ng gamot, barya lang yon

    ISAFP agents, “impostor”. either tutuo silang agents at sila ang nag tip, or, baka nga impostor.
    pag covert operation sila, wala silang dala anything to identify them.

    si Col Kunsomisyon, puede ba ‘yon na sa active duty sia puedeng mag moonlight as bodyguard?

  • juan_tanga

    ang babait pala ng 13 eto!

  • farmerpo

    So now we all know. Jueteng money kills. Will anybody do something about it? Doubt it. Too much money involved. Sayang naman. Makakalimutan din ito, as other incidents were. 

  • regie

    IT LOOKS LIKE THAT THE INTELLIGENCE OF THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER INVOLVE HERE FAILED HIM. THOSE KILLED ARE MOSTLY WITH VISIBLE MEANS OF LIVING AFFLUENTLY AND DECENTLY TO BE GUNS FOR HIRE. GRANTING THAT THE CHECKPOINT WAS REALLY LEGITIMATE… IN SELF DEFENSE BEFORE IT BECOMES ACCEPTABLE THERE MUST BE THREE REQUISITES…UNLAWFUL AGGRESSION, REASONABLE NECESSITY OF MEANS EMPLOYED TO PREVENT OR REPEL IT AND LACK OF SUFFICIENT PROVOCATION EH THEY ARE CLAIMING THAT IT WAS A CHECKPOINT BUT THEY SAID THAT THOSE WHO CONDUCTED THE CHECKPOINT WERE NOT IN UNIFORM, NO MARKED VEHICLE ,NO LIGHTING TO GIVE REASONABLE NOTICE OF A CHECKPOINT…..OH WELL I GUESS WE HAVE TO WAIT FOR THE NBI RESULT

  • pilipino

    Victor Rimas Siman “made his fortune from his security agency and by operating the government-sanctioned Small Town Lottery”?

    Can INQUIRER report how much net taxable income do these “legit” businesses have reported to the BIR for the past 5-10 years (if so) and let’s see if indeed he made a fortune.

    Parang ngayon lang na may nagsasabing yumaman dahil sa security agency business! And if indeed tiba-tiba ang kita nila sa STL e bakit may jueteng pa rin in their areas of operation? STL’s are just there to serve as smokescreen and are used to launder money from jueteng and deposited to the bank as “part” of the STL collections but are not actually receipted and recognized in their accounting books as such. Lumang style na yan boy!

  • Just_JT

    Time and again, this just proves that the saying ”those who live by the gun, die by the gun” is true.

  • asdafaa qwesda

    ““We were raised properly by our parents. If he was the person they said
    he was, how come people came to him for help? How come politicians knew
    him?” said Ma. Teresa, the elder sister of Victor Rimas Siman”

    Crime lords and politicians like Binay, Erap, Enrile, Marcos etc. that they cannot continue their criminal activities without support of the local populace. They extort money from one sector of society and give a cut to another sector that would defend and support them. This was a tactic popularized by Drug lord Pablo Escobar.

    They tend to be very generous because they did not earn that money through hard work, wits, and perseverance in making others better off. They did it through guile, extortion and intimidation. But people don’t care where the money comes from. People only care about themselves and their problems. People are too selfish for democracy.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MZOKC6X7Q52Z4E5VLYNB7GF72Y Kaloy

       Perfect description of people engaged in illegal activities. They are generous but seldom give details of their activities particularly to relatives and friends in the neighborhood.

      Hope the investigative report can give more details of how each of thiese killed in the encounter earn their living.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3UAABFPUE5ZKBXOAGLWL6POGWU joel genese

    I believed that Atienza was the real target for liquidation because of jueteng. And his being generous to politicians from jueteng money made him known by them. Nasabit na lang yung mga iba.

  • alex_diaz2014

    Its a clear rubout, and Hansel Marantan and company should be charged with murder! But please, I can’t help but comment on Siman’s reasoning… the fact that his brother is known and is loved by many politicians does not make him clean…

  • uugodugod

    basta sa pangyayari na ito  maiiintindihan  dyan  kung gaano ka credible ang  resulta ng imbestgasyon ng NBI at nawa lumutang ang totoo..siguro karma na ito sa mga military na nagpapagamit sa drug lord kung ang mga alegasyon ay totoo.

    • John_Cruz

      Yang PI Militar moonlighting as untouchable Guns For Hire. Their clientele, Jueteng and Drug Lords. They also work for Multinational Mining Companies (Chinese Investors) in systematic liquidation of environmental activist. Mr Lontoc, one of the victims was environmentalist and former administrator of a Quezon Town. Ang malaking competion nang Militar as Guns For Hire is the NPA.

  • Janch

    What’s the name of this security agency that Siman and Consemino runs?  Does it even exist?
    Is Siman a legitimate STL operator in any province? Why not check with the PCSO?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4QAIR53YIPJLMPSQJZTOJIGBVI Jaz

     “Would the Simans win in barangay elections if they were into illegal
    activities?” said Danilo Silva, chairman of the adjacent Barangay La
    Mesa
    - Susme naman argumento yan! Ang daming pulitiko na may ilegal na gawain, lagi pa ngang nananalo sa eleksyon .

    • Edward Castro

      kakatwa nga argument na yun. mga binay’s estrada’s  e nanalo e.

    • GustoKoHappyKa

      haha sa Pampanga nga naging governor eh… :P  barangay pa…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KELBC2K3ZHQWVW7ZCFKZUDDSEU Marlon

    parang Mafia turf war lang ito.

    agawan ng teritoryo na nauwi sa ubusan ng lahi.

    parang Ampatuan at Mangudadatu noong 2009.

    gustong agawin ng mga Mangudadatu ang Maguindanao na teritoryo ng mga Ampatuan kahit hawak na ng pamilya Mangudadatu ang Cotabato. kaya tuloy nauwi sa ubusan ng lahi. andami pang nadamay.

  • http://twitter.com/bigg_dawg big dawg

    Would the Simans win in barangay elections if they were into illegal 
    activities?” said Danilo Silva, chairman of the adjacent Barangay La 
    Mesa Estrada, Binay, Enrile etc….i think it’s impossible to name a politician who’s not into illegal activitiesWould a politician win if he were not into illegal activities?answer : impossible!!!

  • JK1000

    I suspect this was a case of turf war between two greedy,corrupt police officers. Ofcourse , no family members would tell the truth that their dead relatives was involved in any illegal activities. To me, this was a simple planned ambushed by their fellow brothers in uniform who happened to be doing the same illegal activities but on the other side.

  • Haidee Tabios

    pambihira naman, anonymity nga pero sinabi nyo na sister at nagwowork sa local govt.. pambihira namang pagbabalita yan.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZZK525UYR7QVVXNHVEKXLPUY34 Ed

    Mr. Danilo Silva, nagmamangmangan ka pa! Almost everyone who wins in elections today, starting from the barangay level, uses MONEY to give away to voters (in cash AND in kind, like rice) thru local precinct wards. Either you have substantial money from honest earnings, OR you have lucrative illegal activities (either as incumbent officials, or in connection with the incumbent) in order to have money to win the elections. That’s why most incumbents manage to stay in place, and WANT to stay in power thru their wives or children substituting for them once they reach term limits. I hope the NBI investigators will just follow the money, as they say, in turning up all possible facts on this rub-out in Quezon.

  • Juan_Sipag08

    Bakit kaya sila nagsama sama na may mga dalang baril kahit pa may mga license ito? San sila galing at san ang punta nila? malaman sa kanilang mga cell phone malalaman.

    Karaniwan walang magsasabi sa kanilang mga asawa at anak kung anong klase ang hanapuhay nila lalo na kung ito ay hindi maganda, baka front lang nila ang kanikanilang mga work pero may ibang pagkakitaan na illegal.

    Sana mailabas ang katotohanan para sa lahat.

  • patrickinca

    rub out iyan. i wont be surprised kung mawawalang saysay pa rin ito. welcome to the philippines!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SC573R5VTMJ6ISRH635DJ2XVLI San

    Ask the relatives, they were all ANGELS.

    The BIR should step in, and see what the registered owner of the new model Monteros paid as taxes, and from what businesses the income came from….

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SC573R5VTMJ6ISRH635DJ2XVLI San

    Bong Pineda’s wife is Governor of Pampanga….   

    see what illegal activities can bring you….

  • Fulpol

    let’s wait the real war…

  • ARIKUTIK

    Unti unti ng nalalantad ang “Daang Baluktot” ni Penoy. Ang kanyang mga bataan ay mga “anak ng jueteng” pala. Puro GMA, Garcia na kalaban sa politika ang tinitira ni Boy AB pero ang mga jueteng Lords ay sangkatutak ang barils.  

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SYG36KOOLRY47VA3ICPJJ5CQTQ ADD

    Q. “If he was the person they said he was, how come people came to him for help?”
    A. Kasi may pera sya

    Q.”How come politicians knew him?”
    A. Kasi may pera sya

    Q.“Would the Simans win in barangay elections if they were into illegal
    activities?” said Danilo Silva, chairman of the adjacent Barangay La
    Mesa.
    A. Yes, and Congress can attest to that.

  • milespacker

    This makes Marantan the ultimate gun for hire. All he has to do is set up a checkpoint, concoct some sort of vague intel, then massacre the victims. Then he gets an award and a promotion.

  • iskurokutoy

    Dapat palang i-nominate for sainthood ang TRECE-HUDAS na ‘to kung ang pagbabasehan natin ay mga testimonya ng mga kamaganak nila.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/CYUXU35XHVC6K7HGRCZNI7JOFA PAZ

    Ano ang ginagawa ng isang environmentalist sa grupo ng mga armed men?

    • Pwe Jade

       WIth guns or No guns,

      General Nakar, Quezon is lucky for not having elected Alfredo Pujeda.This
      crook who owns an arsenal of illegal fire arms operate the PTS – towing
      service in STAR highway and the Pujeda Builders & Construction
      Supply in Culiat, QC.

      Maltreatment of laborers, falsified documents, no business permits. 
      Instead of paying taxes, he pays corrupt people in TRB and QC Hall.

      Watch out.  If you are buying any property, check out the builder – PUJEDA. Stay away.  RED ALERT

  • theoklab

    filipinos put bet money in jueteng. jueteng operators give money to politicians. politicians use jueteng money to buy votes during elections. they cycle repeats. behind the jueteng operators there must be a hidden politicians benefactor/protector. election is fast approaching, jueteng operation is very busy. phils is run by jueteng. history will tell from two previous phils. presidents.

  • Pwe Jade

     WIth guns or No guns,

    General Nakar, Quezon is lucky for not having elected Alfredo Pujeda.

    This
    crook who owns an arsenal of illegal fire arms operate the PTS – towing
    service in STAR highway and the Pujeda Builders & Construction
    Supply in Culiat, QC.

    Maltreatment of laborers, falsified documents, no business permits. 
    Instead of paying taxes, he pays corrupt people in TRB and QC Hall.

    Worst, he brags being well connected in the Quezon City Hall (city of crooks), Iglesia ni Cristo (though not a member) and Rotary Club Diliman district.  Pachyderm.  Not sure if these groups are aware of being used or abused by a hoax.

    Watch out.  If you are buying any property, check out the builder – PUJEDA. Stay away.  RED ALERT

  • http://www.facebook.com/ace.esguerra.33 Ace Esguerra

    Jueting will not work if the police, mayor and councelor, military if any, media if any, in a town if those people were not given money.. last time i heard a governor is being gevin 1 million per month… jueting is part of society politicians don’t want to legalize it because it’s where they get money…

    • John_Cruz

      The Jueteng Industry is almost invincible and more powerful than the Philippine Government. The PNP is an integral part of the Jueteng Industry. There is nothing the Roman Catholic Church and the Vatican can do about it. That said Governor is not getting P1M but P10M a month. In just 10 years he was reported by his own bagman accumulated P800M in wealth.

      • http://www.facebook.com/ace.esguerra.33 Ace Esguerra

        you nailed it… i mean every governor in every province that has jueting is being paid 1 Million per month… Every Town Mayor is being paid 500K… Chavit Singson is a hypocrite because iloco-sur has Jueting still on going in every town including San ildifonso where gen. purisima lives… Jueting needs to be accepted because there’s nothing we can do, money talks… I will salute gen purisima if he can eradicate jueting in san ildifonso iloco-sur where he is born…

  • simonibarra27

    Commending the good job by our Katulisan. Napuksa nila ang mga masasamang tao na Katulisan din Nge!

  • Paul de Guzman

    Ma. Theresa ang STL at hueteng ay iisa.

  • resortman

    The nagging mystery is; how and why and what brought these people together when they are professionally miles apart? What binded them like fraternity brothers riding in tandem and armed? There is for sure a common denominator that held them together at that point in time……

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TNASVGXZ23VCJWV7KO7WPDIKKI George

    “We were raised properly by our parents. If he was the person they said he was, how come people came to him for help?”

    Tama nga naman, pakitanong nga ki gov. singson, gov. pineda at tsaka the biggest of them all, Erap. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TNASVGXZ23VCJWV7KO7WPDIKKI George

    “Would the Simans win in barangay elections if they were into illegal activities?” said Danilo Silva, chairman of the adjacent Barangay La Mesa”

    Tumpak ulit, pakitanong nga kay cong. Jalosjos, singson family and the biggest of them all Erap family

  • http://alasfilipinas.blogspot.com/ Pepe Alas

    Rubout talagá yan. I knew one of the victims personally (a friend of my brother). Imposibleng masancot yang batang yan sa crimen. Rubout talagá ang nangyari.

  • Rovingmoron

    Even the BIR wouldn’t know if the properties of the late Vic Siman were paid correctly. Otherwise, the BIR personnel in Laguna receive bribes from Siman. Check it out!

  • AER84

    Look I don’t know anything about this Siman but the words of his sister do not help his case at all. She says he helped everyone who came to him for help and he knew all politicians. The first part begs the question where did he get all that money to help everyone? Lending a hand is one thing but “helping” people out involves money – a lot of it. I don’t subscribe to the philisophy (even if I had the money) of helping anyone – I’d rather teach them to fish. The second part is even worse – he knew all the politicians – OK – cronyism. I think the other guy – Lontok had a better case. He was a known environmentalist. It doesn’t help though that the Bishop Cruz – self styled jueteng buster implicates him as somehow affiliated with jueteng. I hope the truth comes out.

  • kawatancila

    in my honest opinion, the checkpoint was set up to kill them, first issue is .. when u see a checkpoint u usually slow down and assuming u are armed . you are in a disadvantage situation . una naka porma ang grupo ni marantan, second , madami sila at may kasamang army troopers, third asa loob ka ng sasakyan , para kang sitting duck sa loob. so it means wala kang laban… ang analysis ko nag try sila na makiusap at cguro bumaba sila para kausap ang head ng grupo. andun ang isang police officer na si consemido… natural makikipag dialog siya… 
         kung d sila naka uniform . pwede mong isipin na sila ay mga rebelde, kc naka lagpas kana sa unang checkpoint . madaming impostor . na mag panggap na mga police o ,militar.  me dala silang malaking pera, so una mong maiisip , baka holdap ito.   
        so d sila agad bumaba , i assumed na  inunahan na sila ng grupo ni marantan, kc an dami ng tama ng bala ng mga sasakyan, 
      mali ang theory na gun for hire sila… ang isang mayaman na gaya ni siman ay d naman cguro sasama sa isang gun  for hire na activities, bakit ka naman sasama pa… d mag utos ka na lang ng tauhan mo..at si consemido na police officer , cguro d rin yan sasama sa gun for hire na activities … kaya naman nya mag utos sa mga ibang tauhan nya…so definitely d sila gun for hire..D NAMAN SILA TANGA NA GAGAMIT NG LICENSE FIREARMS SA PAG PATAY ,, ISA PA GUN FOR HIRE KA BAKIT ME DALA KANG MALAKING PERA, SI SIMAN AT CONSEMIDO AT MAY KAKAYAHAN NA UMUPA NG MGA KILLERS ..E BAKIT SILA PA ANG TITIRA SA ISANG PAMAMASLANG.. 
     ANG ASSUMPTION KO… KAKOMPETENSYA NILA ANG GRUPO NI SIMAN SA ISANG NEGOSYO.. ILLEGAL MAN O LEGAL…D TALAGA SILA HINAYAAN NA MABUHAY… SOBRA DAMI NG BALA ANG GINAMIT… ANG ISANG TAO NA NAG TAMO NG TAMA NG BALA AY D NA MAG PAPAUTOK PA NG BARIL LALO NAT D SIYA ISANG TAONG HALANG ANG KALULUWA, KUNDI MAG PAPA TULONG NA LANG NA MADALA SA HOSPITAL KC WALA NG SAYSAY PA NA LUMABAN, ANG ASA ISIP MO AY MABUHAY PA.. 
      WALA KA NG LAYUNIN PA NA MAG PAPUTOK KUNDI IKAW AY SUMUKO AT MALAPATAN NG LUNAS ANG IYUNG MGA SUGAT…

  • kawatancila

    ANG ATIMONAN KILLINGS AY ISANG TRAP , ITO AY ISANG PLANO NA ANG LAYUNIN AY D PARA DAKPIN SILA BAGKUS ANG PLANO AY SILA AY LIKIDAHIN.. 
       THE REAL MOTIVES IS TO KILL THEM ALL… WHY KILL THEM ALL ..KC PARA WALA NG WITNESS… DEAD MAN TELL NO TALES…KUNG KAYO ANG ASA LOOB NG SASAKYAN NI SIMAN O KASAMA KA SA GRUPO NILA .. ANO KAYA ANG GAGAWIN MO.. PAG PINAPUTOKAN KA NG MGA TAONG ASA CHECKPOINT.. IISIPIN MO BA NA SILA AY LIHITIMONG POLICE O MGA HOLDAPER .. ME DALA KANG MALAKING PERA… SO ME POSSIBLENG NA TIKTIKAN KAU NA ME DALA KAYO NG PERA… 
      AMBUSH ANG NANGYARI.. SINO ANG TANGA NA LALAPIT SA 2 SASAKYAN NA ALAM MONG ME MGA KARGADA SILA… KUNG ANG PAKAY MO AY HULIHIN SILA.. DAPAT MERON KANG MICROPHONE,,, TELL THEM TO STOP AND COME OUT OF  YOUR VEHICLES WITH YOUR HANDS UP…OR WAIT AND SEE… ONCE A VEHICLE CAME TO A CHECKPOINT .. CHANCES ARE MAG STOP SILA ,, THEN MAG OBSERBA .. MAG ANTAY NG TAONG LALAPIT O KUNG SINO ANG NAG MA MANNED NG CHECKPOINT.. ANO BA ANG PROCEDURES NINA GRUPO NI MARANTAN… NIRAT RAT AGAD SILA O HINARANG LANG NILA.. SO IF U MANNED A CHECKPOINT SO MUST ASK THEM TO STOP AND ASK ALL OCCUPANTS TO ALIGHT .. KUNG TIGASIN KA ..LUMAPIT KA AT ” SAY… SIR CHECKPOINT PO ITO… PWEDE PO BANG KAU AY BUMABA OR BUKSAN ANG INYONG BINTANA .. PARA PO MA CHECK UP.. USUALLY A CHECKPOINT.. WILL HAVE A MEMBER WHO WILL APPROACH YOUR CAR , ASK U SOME QUESTIONS, REQUEST IF THEY CAN SEE YOUR COMPARTMENT .. FIRST IS SAY THE MISSION .. SAY ‘ YOUR AFTER A FUGITIVES OR CRIMINALS OR DRUG COURIER , HOODLUMS, LOOSE FIREARMS  ETC… 
          OR RANDOM CHECK UP LANG , GINAWA BA NILA YAN..

        I ASSUMED WALANG LUMAPIT SA GRUPO NI SIMAN… BAKA BASTA NA LANG SILANG NI RATRAT ,,, AT KINUHA ANG ANOMANG PAKAY… 
       BAKA MGA POLICE NA HOLDAPER SILA.. WARI CHECKPOINT.. 
      ME TIP CGURO NA ME DALA SILANG MALAKING PERA… 
       ANUMAN  ILLEGAL NA GAWAIN AY D NAG TATAGAL PAG WALANG KASABWAT NA POLICE O MILITAR… USUALLY LAGI ME INVOLVE NA PROTECTOR, 

         LETS SAY JUETENG … TATAGAL BA YAN PAG WALANG CODDLERS O PROTECTOR..

          ANO KAYA .. ANG HULIHIN AY ANG TUMATAYA D YUNG NAG PAPATAYA.. KC D NILA KAYA HULIHIN ANG PROMOTER .. HANGGAT MADAMI ANG ILLEGAL LALONG ME PAG KAKAKITAAN ANG MGA CORRUPT O MGA TIWALING POLICE… 

  • kawatancila

    IN FAIRNESS TO ALL OF THE GROUPS… JUST EXPLAIN YOUR SIDE… FOR THE 13 DEAD 
    INDIVIDUAL… SORRY NALANG… D NA KAYO MAKA PAG SALITA PA… EVIDENCE NA LANG ANG PAG ASA NYO…PRESENCE OF  GUNPOWDER BURNS ON  ONE OR SOME OF  SIMAN GROUPS . DOES NOT MEAN SHOOTOUT NA … FORENSIC EVIDENCE WILL TELL . SOMETIMES A DEAD MAN CAN FIRE HIS FIREARMS… BUT I ALWAYS ASSUME A PERSON WHO IS SUBJECTED TO A SUDDEN GUN FIRE WILL SURELY GRAB HIS GUN BY INSTINCT TO DEFEND HIMSELF.. ESPECIALLY IF U ARE A POLICE OR MILITARY MAN .. YOU CAN NO LONGER CHECK IF YOUR ENEMY ARE LAW OFFICER OR GOONS , NATURALLY A LAW OFFICER WILL ALWAYS HAVE AN ENEMY DUE TO HIS LINE OF WORK… 
            MADAMING ANGGULO NA DAPAT TIGNAN… 
        SOP AND RULE OF ENGAGEMENT .. CGURO KAHIT ITAAS MO PA ANG KAMAY MO PAG SUAGTAN KA NA .. TIYAK   PAPAPUTOKAN KA PA… .. KC NGA WALANG NABUHAY… O WALANG BINUHAY ?

  • pablosantino

    kasi pag ilegalista ka daw, matulungin ka daw sa mga tao…yun ang sa pagkaka-alamn ko

  • pablosantino

    the only soulution is to legalize jueteng..its the same as the drug war in US and mexico..their president vowed to eradicate it but it only got worse..ang campaign funds ng mga pilitiko dito sa atin ay galing sa jueteng at mga 10percent commissions sa mga contractors ng mga projects..kung politiko ka na mahirap hindi ka talaga mananalo sa election pag wala kang pera..eto lang talaga ang pag-asa mo kung panu ka makakabawi sa ginasto mo sa election..aabutin ka ng pagputi ng buhok mo bago mo ma solve ang problema sa jueteng..

  • pablosantino

    pag ilegalista ka ang takbo ng utak mo ay tutulong sa tao at ibalik sa kanila ang pera kahit kaunti, kasi ang pera na napunta sayo ay galing sa ilegal activities mo..kumbaga madali lang ang pera..hindi naman lahat na ilegalista mamamatay tao..i think jueteng is a descent business yun nga lang illegal, kaya tinawag na ilegal kasi wala sa batas, hindi siya nakalagay sa batas..and the only fast solution to that is to legalize it..



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