Thursday, February 17, 2011

3 Filipinos in Death Penalty Execution in China

Three Filipino citizens are set to be executed in Xiamen and Shenzhen, China on Monday and Tuesday for a drug trafficking case. Reports said that Ramon "Monchito" Credo, Sally Ordinario Villanueva, and Elizabeth Batain were convicted to be killed through death penalty execution.

According to local reports, Vice President Jejomar Binay together with DFA Undersecretary Esteban Conejos Jr. left the Philippines aboard Philippine Airlines (PAL) to talk with Chinese government officials and ask for clemency of the 3 convicted Filipino citizens.

Just recently, Chinese government turned down the plan of Philippines government officials to appeal for the scheduled death execution. However, they gave the go signal for Binay to visit China on Thursday.

Aside from requesting the Chinese government for clemency, they will also discuss about their alliance to destroy drug related crimes.


  1. Isa po sa problemang kinakaharap ng ating bansa ay ang kinakasangkutang drug trafficking ng ating tatlong kababayan sa China na nakatakdang bitayin sa lunes at bilang isang mamayanan ng bansa at isang Pilipino nais ko pong makibahagi sa isyung ito.

    Sa aking panunuod ng balita agad na napukaw ang aking pansin sa balitang ang tatlo nating kababayan ay bibitayin sa lunes sa bansang China at gusto ko pong tutulan ito at umapela sa gobyerno ng China na kung maaari ay pababain ang sintensya ng ating tatlong kababayan at na kung maaari ay habang buhay na pagkabilango na lamang dahil ang tatlong ito ay maaring biktima lamang ng isang malaking sindikato at naipit lamang sa sitwasyon . At kung talagang sila ay may kasalanan sapat na ang habang buhay na pagkabilango na kanilang kaparusahan .

    Hinihiling ko sa ating gobyerno na sana ay gawin nila ang lahat ng kanilang magagawa ukol dito na mapababa ang hatol sa ating tatlong kababayan , At sa gobyerno ng China na sana ay maawa sa pamilya ng tatlo at bigyan nrin ng konsiderasyon ang pagkakaibigan ng ating bansa sa kanilang bansa.

  2. Singson soon will be next? Hoooray !!!! In foreign countries, they don't make a comic book of their laws. Brother of President Clinton was pulled over for drunk driving in Redondo Beach. Cannot happen in the Philippines. Daughter of President George W Bush was cited for public drunkeness, lying about her age, underage drinking. Cannot happen in the Philippines. benign0 anti-wang-wang was a phyrric show of enforcement. Who'd want to pull over a wang-wanger? You? Me? Police? Aw, c'mon, wang-wangers are wealthy and well-connected. If anyone pulls them over they'll speed dial their patron saint high-up and the peryodistas keep silent, the policeman will be assigned in Spratley.

  3. benign0 in recent news is cracking down on drug dealers. Anyone with low-IQ in America would know to ask Singson first who was his drug supplier.
    Yuna ra. How come Hong-Kong immigration knew Singson brought with him drugs? Who told HK immigration? The supplier? Maybe the supplier got stiffed by Singson. As you know in the Philippines, bureaucrats has impunity. So most likely Singson stiffed his supplier. Must be chinese. Because you just don't call HK immigration in english. They hardly speak english. Hmmmm ... they should look at this angle.

  4. sana po mapigilan na po eto..kawawa naman po ang 3 pilipino....maslalo na po ang kanilang mga pamilya..