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The family in Australlia had paid the ransom. Not the Wife.

Rodwell will leave the Philippines this week and has no intention of seeing his wife before he leaves. The Philippines police still are keeping an open mind into her possible involvement.

The wife of Rodwell had made a ststement she paid for the release of him. This has been denied by the family of hi in Australia.

Did you know that it is illigal to pay a ransom to any-one in the philippines unless you are direct spouse of the kidnapped victim. The Police are awaiting to see evidence of Rodwells marriage to her and then investigate her claims she paid the ransom....regards

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The family in Australlia had paid the ransom. Not the Wife.

Rodwell will leave the Philippines this week and has no intention of seeing his wife before he leaves. The Philippines police still are keeping an open mind into her possible involvement.

The wife of Rodwell had made a ststement she paid for the release of him. This has been denied by the family of hi in Australia.

Did you know that it is illigal to pay a ransom to any-one in the philippines unless you are direct spouse of the kidnapped victim. The Police are awaiting to see evidence of Rodwells marriage to her and then investigate her claims she paid the ransom....regards
Thanks for the update.. the wife seems shady, for sure.
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wow, and you have to travel and live UNARMED? Not a chance, mate.

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wow, and you have to travel and live UNARMED? Not a chance, mate.
Yep------It's their country = their rules here.

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Their rules are as backward and primitive as you can get , it is impossible to design any court system more hopeless.
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Their rules are as backward and primitive as you can get , it is impossible to design any court system more hopeless.
Hahaha--yep, I can't argue with you there. I guess it will never change here unless some other larger country were to take over and forcibly enforce their laws. Even then it would probably take two or three generations before they finally realize the BS is over. But for now, it makes a pretty good place for us ol" codgers to hang our hats and enjoy life...



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Just the noncompliance is mind blowing, there is no such thing as checking the facts or getting written proof.
Vietnam, Zambia and Swaziland are seen as having a better system.
It has takes me 5 mths to add up to 1 hour in court.
You could sue your foot doctor and well as the company who made your artificial legs in the same suit.
So hard to believe they even have a UNi here.

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