Isang linggo punong-puno ng masamang balita ang natanggap ko sa aking brod na si CoolDude.
Sa ikatlong pagkakataon masama pa rin ang mensahe nya sa txt tsk tsk….
kaya nag esep-esep ako nagkalat nanaman ang mga PANGET at kung anu ano pang mga chakang GRUPOng ingit na ingit sa mga BRODS ko…
ako nga pala ay isang PROUD MEMBER ng TRISKELION!!! asust..
ito ung mga news clips na nahagilap ko para sa mga hindi pa nakakaalam!!
from GMA NEWS:
2 Mapua studes stabbed to death in Manila
Police Officer 2 Alfredo Mabuto Jr of the Manila Police District’s homicide section said initial investigation showed that the victims, along with several other companions, were on their way home from a drinking spree along Urdaneta and Gen. Luna streets in Intramuros around 9:30 Saturday night when the suspects, led by a certain “Kidlat,” blocked their path.
“Kidlat,” for unknown reasons, suddenly stabbed the Villareal and Gino, Mabuto said quoting a witness in the incident.
It was not clear whether “Kidlat” and his group were also students of MIT.
Police are not ruling out fraternity as the motive of the killing. – GMANews.TV
at ito pa ang BREAKINGNEWS kanina lang sa news….
May isang brod at isang sis from La Consolation chapter manila ang
sugatan dahil sa hinagis na Granada at pillbox sa kanila ng mga APO
members. It happened around 4pm today. Will keep everybody posted.
copy ko lang galing sa Yahoo Groups…
tsk..tsk.. medyo ingat lang tayo mga BRODS!!
itopa ang latest mula sa ABS-CBN news:
(4th UPDATE) Students, others hurt in Mendiola blast
Twenty people, most of them students, were injured following an explosion in front of the La Consolacion College, meters away from the sentry gate of the Presidential Security Group in Malacañang Tuesday afternoon.
Fifteen of the victims were taken to the Mary Chiles Hospital in Sampaloc, Manila.
Of the 15 victims, 12 are students of La Consolacion, San Beda College and College of the Holy Spirit and one from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines; two are security guards, one vendor and one eight-year-old boy.
They were identified as John Lemuel Gomez, 8; Ara Luis de Guzman, 19; Jeffrey Marcos, 34; Jenny Gangcuangco, 22; Joanna Marie Alvarez, 19; Ian Javier, 19; Hannah Cristina Lee, 19; Michelle Francisco, 20; Rizel Carias, 18; Melanie Bonifacio, 19; Harold Castaneda, 19; Marlon Monteruvio, 46; Helen Soriano, 35; Esmeralda de la Armas, 19; and Reginald Nague, 19.
Earlier reports said a woman named Elsa Manio was brought to the Ospital ng Sampaloc for treatment of a shrapnel wound on the foot. She was discharged after treatment .
An unidentified male victim was also brought to the UST Hospital and two others named Clarence Villarino and Isaiah Forcadela were taken to the Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Sta. Mesa, Manila.
Police are still investigating the fraternity war angle after a witness named Precy Asuncion, the operations manager of La Consolacion, said she saw some young men waiting beside a fish ball vendor when another group arrived. One of the members of the last group threw the grenade.
Bomb experts from the Manila Police District said the grenade exploded 4:25 p.m. under a Honda CRV with plate number XDB-530 in front of the Manila exclusive school near Malacañang.
Police said they found fragments of an MK-2 fragmentation grenade at the blast site. Probers also discovered a pillbox that did not explode.
Meanwhile, the MPD invited three students for questioning following the blast.
Director Geary Barias, chief of the National Capital Region Police Office, confirmed that three students who are members of the Tau Gamma Phi fraternity were picked up at a restaurant to shed light on the explosion.
“They are not necessarily suspects at this time. Because they were near the place perhaps they could help us in the investigation,” Barias told ANC’s “Top Story” newscast.
PSG: Blast not aimed at Palace
The commander of the Presidential Security Group, meanwhile, said that the explosion in front of the La Consolacion College was being eyed as “a police matter.”
“We are treating this as a police matter, this is a police incident,” said Brig. Gen. Romeo Prestoza after he was asked if the blast was aimed at Malacañang.
President Arroyo was not in Malacañang at the time of the blast. She left in the morning to attend, among others, graduation ceremonies at the Philippine Military Academy in Baguio City.
At the height of large rallies last month calling for the President’s resignation, authorities said that they were reviewing intelligence reports of an assassination plot against Mrs. Arroyo.
With his statement, however, Prestoza immediately doused possible speculation that the incident could be part of a destabilization move against the Arroyo administration.
Prestoza said he is closely coordinating with the police. With reports from Apples Jalandoni, Gretchen Malalad and Maan Macapagal
ang inyong lingkod ay nababahala na!!
ingat lang mga BRODS~!