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American shot dead in Pangasinan

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DAGUPAN CITY — A 70-year-old American was shot dead on Saturday in San Jacinto town in Pangasinan province.
 
Danny Blaylock, a retired United States Navy soldier, was walking home in Barangay (village) Casibong at 10:35 a.m. when he was attacked by one of two motorcycle riding men.
 
Blaylock was declared dead on arrival at a hospital from multiple gunshot wounds.
 
Witnesses said the motorcycle driver was the gunman.
 
Investigators found five empty shells from a caliber .45 pistol at the crime scene.
 

 

 

Picture from Facebook.

 

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NOTE:  This comment below left on the OP's link was made by someone referring to the George Anikow murder (the marine who was married to a US embassy employee that was stabbed to death in Bel-Air in 2012, I believe).

 

 

Wahid  16 hours ago

Another gentle reminder to our American friends to behave when you're in a foreign country. It pays to respect local culture and local people.

George Anikow, an Afghan veteran suffering from serious PTSD, was let loose by the US embassy to roam the streets of suburb Makati. He picked fights wherever he went, until four brave Filipino warriors stood up to him and taught him a lesson he'd never forget. It took the US embassy some time before they admitted George was suffering from PTSD and was a danger to himself and the people around him.

Now that Danny Blaylock is dead, all he or his family can do is seek compensation. As our liaison chief in the US embassy Ms. Molly Koschina loves to say in her twangy tagalog -- "It's all pera-pera lang yan."

 

Comment section of:  http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/868360/american-shot-dead-in-pangasinan#ixzz4Xq8exSN4%C2%A0

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until four brave Filipino warriors stood up to him and taught him a lesson he'd never forget

 

FOUR brave warriors!

What a joke, it took four to belt up a 70 year old veteran. What sort of feckin' heroes are these gutless scum?

 

RIP Brave soldier.....

 

and hope the four 'heroes' and the gutless gunmen rot in hell.

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George Anikow, an Afghan veteran suffering from serious PTSD

 

It is a lie.  Unless he was in his 60s when he went to combat.

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I'm pretty sure this is getting confused with a different instance of an American being attacked some while back. He was set upon by four Filipinos. This is old news and has its own controversy.

 

The death of this fellow, Blaylock is not likely related.

 

The comments about the killing by the four brave Filipinos was added as an anonymous comment, as if to connect the dots to all other Americans.

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FOUR brave warriors!

What a joke, it took four to belt up a 70 year old veteran. What sort of feckin' heroes are these gutless scum?

 

 

 

 

It is a lie.  Unless he was in his 60s when he went to combat.

 

NOTE:  This comment left on the OP's link was made by someone referring to the George Anikow murder (the marine who was married to a US embassy employee that was stabbed to death in Bel-Air.  He was not referring to this gentleman's murder.

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I made the mistake to read all the comments in that link... *sigh

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NOTE:  This comment left on the OP's link was made by someone referring to the George Anikow murder (the marine who was married to a US embassy employee that was stabbed to death in Bel-Air.  He was not referring to this gentleman's murder.

It is worth noting that some (anonymous) individuals are quick to clump all Americans into one group and suggest that they are free to roam about and create havoc at will. Even suggesting that the US embassy had a role in allowing an American with some sort of disorder be free to harm Filipinos.

 

It is quite possible the killing was the result of some sort of interaction the fellow had with a Filipino. I'm not trying to speculate, but it doesn't sound like anything random.

 

Recall that this is a place where a security guard will admit to killing someone for having the "evil eye" shown by the deceased. As well, a bad tumbler will kill two buddies for insulting his lack of gymnastic skills, while drunk.

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He would have only had to say something disparaging to someone ...that is all they deem your life to be worth.

 

Very spiteful and maliciously vindictive , it does not take much at all ...a passing comment will be enough.

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interaction is a huge word ... 

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