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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Execution of Three Filipinos in China for Drug Trafficking is Set Today

Today, is the moment that all Filipinos in the whole world is waiting for, a clear commentary on the ill-fated lives of three Filipinos to be executed by lethal injection after they were found guilty of drug trafficking. The drug mules are Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, Ramon Credo and Elizabeth Batain.

According to the latest reports from, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva has been brought to the execution chamber at this very moment. This report was cascaded by a Radyo Inquirer mediaman quoting Jason Ordinario, Villanueva's brother. Well, we are unable to ascertain  the credibility of this claim since even the Dept. of Foreign Affairs has taken aback and kept quiet over these matters. Will their silence help us with this national concern? Well, it's for you to ponder... I believe the Aquino administration is still thinking their action plan to diminish the mass tension.

Moreoever, it has been said that the execution of the 3 Filipinos on death row in China will push through today, March 30, Wednesday, late morning. Based on the latest speech from Eduardo Malaya, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) spokesman, he said the Fujian Provincial Higher People’s Court will promulgate the execution of Sally Ordinario Villanueva and Ramon Credo at 9:40 a.m.

Malaya also mentioned that the families of both Filipinos would be given visitation rights between 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Xiamen 1 Detention House. The family of another convicted drug mule, Elizabeth Batain, was also allowed to visit starting 9:30 a.m. at the Shenzhen 3 Detention House. The promulgation of the execution would take place before the visit.

Based on Chinese laws, the prisoners will only know of their fate upon promulgation. Their families will not be allowed to watch the executions.


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