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PH to send NBI team to Taiwan over killing of fisherman

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Justice Secretary Leila de Lima. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — A team of agents from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will go to Taiwan as part of its investigation following the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman off the coast of northern Philippines.

“The NBI team will do an inspection of the fishing vessel as well as conduct forensic and ballistic examinations,” Justice Secretary Leila De Lima said Thursday in a statement.

“We are hoping to get cooperation of witnesses and survivors in the probe regarding the fisherman’s death,” she added.

The Justice chief said the NBI’s investigation will determine what really happened and the possible liabilities on the side of the Philippines.

Philippine coastguards shot dead 65-year-old Hung Shih-Cheng last week after they said his vessel illegally sailed into Philippine waters.

The NBI, De Lima said will coordinate with the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO).


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  • Vertumnus

    Mga kababayan, don’t worry to much about his whole incident. In a few weeks, everything will be business as usual. Remember the Chinese hostage crises in Manila? Remember how China was fuming mad. The best solution to this incident is not let the Taiwanese get too much air time. That doesn’t go to the root of the issue. Just the government showing to the Taiwanese population they are proactively doing something about this. Never mind that those fishermen ignored warnings from a legitimate law enforcement agency.

  • Asia Jhaniel Guetan

    I don’t like how Asia-Pacific is slowly evolving into a conflict zone. We should play on our comments strengths and use ASEAN. Look at what Europe did with the European Union.

    • $26149191

      Chinese race makes Asia dangerous zone.

    • Warren Kuo

      Agree. Don’t know why some people just become so arrogant and careless on their postings. They are the face of their countries on the internet.

  • PurpleDaisy13

    Hahahahaha..what a waste of time.

    How about sending a team of Philippine Armed Forces to ATTACK all of the ARMED Taiwanese Military Ships conducting unauthorized military exercises inside Philippine’s EEZ…..ATTACK NOW or else be the laughing stock of the world.

    • $26149191

      hahaahahahah you’re wasting you time. hahahahah Attack? I’m waiting… hahahahah you’re laughing stock hahahahha

      • PurpleDaisy13

        You don’t have to wait Mcay…Taiwan Military vessels are already occupying Philippine’s EEZ. It’s your turn to attack or be cowards.

      • $26149191

        Really? hahahahahha nandun ka pala occupying na. hahahah masaya ka na ngayon nag occupy na sila? But you’re a LIAR. LIAR always a LIAR. dito lang ako sa Basco batanes I’m waiting for the Taiwanese to go down from their ships and I’ll make them adobong Daisy este Tsekwa.

      • mannysaints012

        @ purpledaisies …just asking on your first line of intro of comment about the ”hahahahahaha” thing is it about your penis or about Chinese penis ? just curious peace (no shooting necessary-i am vegetarian)

      • mannysaints012

        but if if you are carnivore or a meat lover you can start to suck bolls if you want LOL

  • $26149191

    Ang marching order sa mga NBI sukatin lahat kasama ang UTEN kung gaano ka liit. Pag maliit maingay yan. Isama na ang Uten ng Pres. nila.

  • $26149191

    Chinese Men’s Penis Size Adequate

    According to a Hong Kong study, Chinese men shouldn’t feel inferior about the size of their penises. The study showed that Chinese men measured up to others elsewhere in the world below the belt.

    “Our conclusion is that Hong Kong people are no smaller than western men, where their penises are concerned,” said Chan Lung-wai, who is director of the Urology Center at the Union Hospital, and who was in charge of the study.

    The study did not measure erect penises, and found that the average length of their soft penises was 8.46 centimeters (3.4 inches) compared to Germans at 8.6 centimeters, Israelis 8.3, Turks 7.8 and Filipinos 7.35. Italians had the longest.

    • Warren Kuo

      Mcay, you should just focus on measuring your penis and not publish your dirty mind here.

      • $26149191

        What size are you? .4 its ok.

    • $18209031

      Makoykoy, are you longing to sck my d ck dck ? Only chinitas can s ck mine.

      • $26149191

        Ikaw churro.1 inch hehehe

  • Cj Palisoc

    lilipas din yan may pagka-abnoy lang yang mga taiwan gov e, pati pa naman yan pinatulan pa ni de lima. di ba halos 2 years ago nun may mga druglord na nahuli dito sa pinas e pinadeport sa china tapos nagwala din yang mga taiwanese. ganyan din ang sabi ihohold nila mga hiring ng pinoy, muntik pa hindi natuloy yung kapatid ko dun, pero lumipas din nawala na yung isyu. kaya wag na lang sakyan kung hindi naman nila concern pati nbi pinapagala sa taiwan baka magsite seing lang din sila dun imbes na gawin ung trabaho nila dito.

  • fiskador

    yong demonstrador sa Taiwan ay follower ng presidente ng Taiwan. Mababa ksi popularity rating 14% kya nagpapasikat para sa election. Kya pasweldo lahat yan ng presidente ng Taiwan. Di ba nila alam ang “NO TRESPASSING”‘ Enter at your own risk? Balintang channel dw ay cover ng overlapping claims. wehhhhhh !!!!



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