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i heard from our crew that there was some sort of shooting around 4am this morning at the Mcdo in Talisay.

from what they were told 3 Germans were gunned down by Indians. sounds far-fetched and i wonder if anyone else heard about this?

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Rip poor innocent bystander. Regardless if the two guys had an argument, the whole shoot people to save face mentality is the one thing that does bother me here. I have said for years my concern is

You have a lot to learn about filipino culture  asian for that matter

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CEBU CITY (Updated) -- Three foreigners were shot in a fast food chain in Barangay Tabunok, Talisay City early Friday morning, radio reports said.


DYAB Cebu radio station reported that a German national Henry Haffner, 31, died, while his two companions, French national Julian Millard, 31, and Indian national Cheten Saparaiya, 32, are in critical condition.


A customer was also reportedly wounded during the incident.


The victims were having a breakfast with three Filipinas inside the fast food chain when two gunmen shot them.


Police investigation is ongoing. (Sunnex)


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This one is certainly confusing. It will be nice when more information released and posted on this case.

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http://www.sunstar.com.ph/breaking-news/2015/02/20/3-foreigners-shot-tabunok-fast-food-chain-393253

 

3 foreigners shot in Tabunok fast food chain

 

Friday, February 20, 2015

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(Photo by Marian Lyka Jaca, USJ-R Mass Communication intern/Sunnex)


CEBU CITY (Updated) -- A German national died while a French and Indian nationals were wounded in a shooting inside a fast food chain in Barangay Tabunok, Talisay City Friday morning.

Talisay city police identified the fatality as German national Henry Haffner, 31, a temporary resident in Barangay Tisa, Cebu City.

The two other victims were identified as French national Julian Millard, 31, and Indian national Cheten Saparaiya, 32. Both are presently residing in Barangay Pooc, Talisay City.

Talisay city police investigation showed that Millard and Saparaiya were having an argument with two unidentified men inside the fast food chain. Few minutes later, the two men pulled a gun and shot the two foreigners.

Millard was hit on his left arm while Saparaiya was hit on the back of his head.

The gunmen also shot Haffner, who was inside the store, in the body.

Millard and Saparaiya were rushed to Vicente Sotto Medical Center in Cebu City. Haffner was brought to Chong Hua Hospital where he died.

The police recovered empty shells of .45 and 9mm handgun from the crime scene.

Police investigation is ongoing to know the motive behind the shooting. (Marian Lyka Jaca, USJ-R Mass Communication intern/Sunnex)

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This one is certainly confusing. It will be nice when more information released and posted on this case.

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yes what i heard sounded far-fetched but if this latest update is correct then hopefully the 2 injured will recover and condolences to the German's family.  

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http://www.sunstar.com.ph/breaking-news/2015/02/20/3-foreigners-shot-tabunok-fast-food-chain-393253

 

3 foreigners shot in Tabunok fast food chain

 

Friday, February 20, 2015

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(Photo by Marian Lyka Jaca, USJ-R Mass Communication intern/Sunnex)

CEBU CITY (Updated) -- A German national died while a French and Indian nationals were wounded in a shooting inside a fast food chain in Barangay Tabunok, Talisay City Friday morning.

Talisay city police identified the fatality as German national Henry Haffner, 31, a temporary resident in Barangay Tisa, Cebu City.

The two other victims were identified as French national Julian Millard, 31, and Indian national Cheten Saparaiya, 32. Both are presently residing in Barangay Pooc, Talisay City.

Talisay city police investigation showed that Millard and Saparaiya were having an argument with two unidentified men inside the fast food chain. Few minutes later, the two men pulled a gun and shot the two foreigners.

Millard was hit on his left arm while Saparaiya was hit on the back of his head.

The gunmen also shot Haffner, who was inside the store, in the body.

Millard and Saparaiya were rushed to Vicente Sotto Medical Center in Cebu City. Haffner was brought to Chong Hua Hospital where he died.

The police recovered empty shells of .45 and 9mm handgun from the crime scene.

Police investigation is ongoing to know the motive behind the shooting. (Marian Lyka Jaca, USJ-R Mass Communication intern/Sunnex)

 

 

They missed telling about the on duty armed security guard returning fire with his service revolver to protect unarmed foreigner customers??   

 

 

RIP Mr Haffner.

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3 foreigners with 3 filipina's...shot by filipino's...sounds like a deal went bad...especially at that location at that time of the night...

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http://globalnation.inquirer.net/118865/german-killed-frenchman-indian-wounded-in-shooting-incident-in-cebu/

 

According to the above article, the man who was killed, the German, wasn't even with the Frenchman/Indian/Filipina group. He was sitting at another table and the attackers took him for part of the group.

 

At 3:08 pm, the McDonalds is still a mess, with police all over it, and security guards. It has been closed down as a crime scene. There are broken windows and my taxi driver saw some bullet holes in windows.

 

 

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CEBU CITY—A German was killed while a Frenchman and an Indian were wounded early Friday after they were shot by two Filipinos following an argument inside a fast food restaurant in Barangay Tabunok, Talisay City, about 12 km south of here.

The German, Henry Haffner, 31 and a temporary resident of Barangay Tisa in Cebu City, suffered a gunshot wound in the stomach and died a few minutes after he was brought to a private hospital.

Wounded were Frenchman Julian Millard, 31 and Cheten Saparaiya, 32, Indian national – both married and residents of Barangay Pooc in Talisay City.

Both were in stable condition at a government hospital in Cebu City.

SPO1 Mikie Espina, Talisay police investigator, said Millard and Saparaiya were with a Filipina inside McDonald’s in Barangay Tabunok past 4 a.m. on Friday.

Haffner was not with the group and was on another table, said Espina.

The Filipina told the police that they were eating about 4:20 a.m. when two Filipinos arrived and started to make fun at them.
The two foreigners, however, confronted the two Filipinos and an argument ensued.

The two Filipinos pulled out their guns and shot the foreigners. Millard was hit in the arm and foot while Saparaiya was wounded in the nape.

Haffer ran to the second floor but was chased by one of the Filipinos who apparently thought that the German was with the two foreigners.

Haffer was shot in the stomach.

The two perpetrators then left the restaurant, boarded a motorcycle and sped off.

Police later recovered at least 16 empty shells from 9mm pistol and another 5 empty shells from .45 caliber pistol as well as 11 deformed slugs from the two guns.

Espina said they were looking into the possibility that the Filipinos and two foreigners knew each other prior to the shooting incident.

He added they also asked the restaurant management a copy of the CCTV footage inside and outside the establishment to get the identities of the gunmen.

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http://globalnation.inquirer.net/118865/german-killed-frenchman-indian-wounded-in-shooting-incident-in-cebu/

 

According to the above article, the man who was killed, the German, wasn't even with the Frenchman/Indian/Filipina group. He was sitting at another table and the attackers took him for part of the group.

 

At 3:08 pm, the McDonalds is still a mess, with police all over it, and security guards. It has been closed down as a crime scene. There are broken windows and my taxi driver saw some bullet holes in windows.

 

the target being the Indian and Frenchman...

 

article says, they were married...

 

the women they were with...that police talked to...were not their wives...

 

I would put money on the girls knowing the shooters...and the Frenchman and Indian not paying up...

 

a shame the German was at the wrong place at the wrong time...

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The whole thing sounds very un-planned. The Filipinos didn't have masks on, apparently, as who would get in an argument with someone wearing a mask? They might have surprised themselves with their shooting. Their faces are possibly on video and maybe they are hightailing it to another island where they are not known.

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the target being the Indian and Frenchman...

 

article says, they were married...

 

the women they were with...that police talked to...were not their wives...

 

I would put money on the girls knowing the shooters...and the Frenchman and Indian not paying up...

 

a shame the German was at the wrong place at the wrong time...

It is a reminder about the added dangers both in being out at 4 am and in arguing with strangers. The ones who were arguing didn't get the worst of it, either---so, as a courtesy to others around one, perhaps it would be good to moderate one's valor when confronted with public insults.

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The whole thing sounds very un-planned. The Filipinos didn't have masks on, apparently, as who would get in an argument with someone wearing a mask? They might have surprised themselves with their shooting. Their faces are possibly on video and maybe they are hightailing it to another island where they are not known.

 

reports are the men argued...filipino's left...then came back with firearms and shooting...

 

this sounds like the men not paying up...

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It is a reminder about the added dangers both in being out at 4 am and in arguing with strangers. The ones who were arguing didn't get the worst of it, either---so, as a courtesy to others around one, perhaps it would be good to moderate one's valor when confronted with public insults.

 

it sure is a good reminder as to NOT being out at that time of night...the dangers involved...

 

but if one is out...careful who you do business with...

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