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This is a news story to show how locals can go crazy and kill each for no apparent reason.  No foreigners seem to be involved  but those who do not live here may be interested in the crazy things that go on some times:

 

3 killed, 6 hurt in amok 
incident on fishing boat
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE
Three persons were killed and six critically wounded when a fisherman ran amok with a bladed weapon while a fishing vessel was leaving Sibulan town in Negros Oriental early yesterday morning.
 
The casualties included the leader of the group of Pescadores (fishermen), identified as “maestro’ Quirico Estoras of Sibulan, who sustained several stab wounds in his body; and a certain Benjie Jorheho.
 
The suspect, identified as Graciano Namoco, 39, of Sitio Catipon, Barangay Bonawon in Siaton town, Negros Oriental, was ganged up on and killed by the other pescadores.
 
The wounded were identified as Gabriel Ricardo, 51, from Bindoy town; Roel Dagodog, 55, of Dahili Mabinay; Roque Tersona, 43, of Basay; Jovy Saldo, 23, from Bais City, Dominador Pilonggo, 46, of Amio, Sta. Catalina; and Julito Babor, 27, also of Sta. Catalina, all in Negros Oriental.
 
Five of them were rushed to the Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital, and one to the Silliman University Medical Center, both in Dumaguete City.
 
Initial investigations showed that the fishing vessel, FB San Tiyago, owned by Ovinal Lim Salvame, of Casian, Taytay, Palawan had just left the coast of Ajong in Sibulan town, at around 1:30 a.m. yesterday, when the suspect  started to run amok and stabbed anybody who came his way.
 
One of the pescadores said he heard a cry for help from someone, who was later identified as Jorheho, who said he had been stabbed. This prompted the rest of the crew to scamper and take cover. In the darkness, six of them were stabbed by the suspect.
 
The pescadores said Estoras tried to pacify the suspect, but he was also stabbed.
 
The rest of the “paaling” fishermen tried to stop the suspect with bamboo poles, and other hard objects until they were able to get his weapon, and tied him to a pole.
 
Due to their anger, several pescadores ganged up on him, and hit him in the head with wood and other hard objects that caused his death.
 
The Philippine Coast Guard is now holding the boat while investigation is going on.
 
PSI Detuya said the police were having difficulty in determining the motive, except for speculations that the suspect might have problems at home or somebody might have started the trouble.*JG
 
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Reminds of a kindergarten without the weapons.....

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Thanks for the post that let me become aware of the jailbreak of a violent robbery/burglary perp in Negros Oriental so we can take measures to protect ourselves. That was the headline on the page when I googled it I had no idea since there is no local tv media here.

 

 http://www.visayandailystar.com/2015/March/10/negoriental.htm

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Shabu??

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Shabu??

 

 

Could be anything, mental illness possibly. 

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