Assasination Targets Anew - Helpless Private Citizens Who Witnessed Organized Crime Operations of Police Officials
Amidst the most popular and rather-honest national government in recent memory, monstrous crimes by police and other public officers demonstrate how our recent gains in good governance, respect for human rights and fight against severe corruption just might not last - in a country with social and political environments prone to the exercises of vast powers of organized crime lords who are already powerful public officials with the collective power to hold the nation hostage to their mutual interests. Two witnesses to organized crime operations by police officials are now hunted for execution
The Two Victims Being Cared for A a Humble Man - Ernest Barraquias Jr. and Rian Igos
Rushing a new mobile Disaster-Management and Escape Route System for donations to select local governments prone to natural calamities (amidst the rush of the international community to rush aids and life-saving assistances to the millions of poor victims of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda in the Philippines), met a calamitous event - they were victimized for extortion and robbery, with the police officers bigger intention of knowing and silencing them. Mostly because these police officers and their partner-criminals mistakenly thought they witnessed organized crime operations being masterminded by their higher police officials, among other motives. They endured the horrors of negotiating for their lives - to be spared from plots for them to be executed.
Out of all the low-wage workers who walked out on strike last year, one group has won a union. About 200 food service workers in the federally owned Smithsonian museums in Washington, D.C. were able to move from one-day strikes to union representation thanks to an unusual set of circumstances.