Editorial: Why should Pangasinan intercede for convicted drug mules?

April 4, 2011 at 1:08 am Leave a comment

What is the reason why many Filipinos, we believe many of them are from Pangasinan too, prefer to stay in Libya despite the ongoing civil war between Gadhaffi and opposition forces and the intervention of the powerful countries?

The simple answer is that they prefer to take the chance of being killed crossfire than face the reality of having no work in the Philippines.

What is the reason that Filipinos prefer to become drug mules to China despite the death sentence that goes with it once you are found guilty?

The simple answer is that they prefer to take the chance of being caught and sentenced to death than face the reality of having no work in the Philippines.

The three are Ramon Credo, Sally Villanueva of Balungao, Pangasinan, and Elizabeth Batain.

Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr., has written China appealing for Sally Villanueva.

The Sangguniang Panlalawigan is also writing China to appeal for Sally Villanueva.

As people who have different faiths, the people of Pangasinan can pray for Sally Villanueva.

The coming execution will be a painful experience for the Villanueva family of Balungao, Pangasinan.

The coming execution of the three is a grave warning to Filipinos not to act as drug couriers in return for large monetary gain.

There are now hundreds of Filipinos, some of whom may be from Pangasinan languishing in China’s prisons.

They will not be in jail if they were innocent.

When the three are finally executed as payment for their crime what will the provincial government do for the others who are in jail?

Will the Governor and the Sangguniang Panlalawigan issue an appeal for every Pangasinense who is due for execution for being a mule?

If you were the Chinese government and your Chinese national is found guilty of being a drug mule in the Philippines and is due for execution in the Philippines, will you appeal for the life of your Chinese national?

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