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Old 24th January 2015, 06:30 AM
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Jon it's just common sense, I would never want to mess with Mindanao but apparently there's those that don't agree. Before I left for Luzon (active duty on leave) I was required to read the State Departments warnings and also the military had recent inside stories that I also was required to leave and fill out my special request chit, anyway these stories were brutal, service members going there on vacation with wife and kids, and they end up robbed and murdered in a home invasion (service member and his father in-law only) and this was done out of spite and envy, neither one of these men tried to fight these guys were just slaughtered.

I've read several other posts and news articles on home invasions and murder, usually by knife or gun and it's not one robber it's gang, neighbors do nothing, they won't get involved your on your own.
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