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|PN and LGUs stopped suspected illegal fishers; the Gingoog City incident|
|Topic Started: Aug 28 2011, 04:04 PM (338 Views)|
|flipzi||Aug 28 2011, 04:04 PM Post #1|
Watch these videos first. Interesting story.
"My wife and I retired in the Philippines and built a 75 foot fishing boat with my retirement money. We studied of of the Philippine fishing laws under RA 8550 and to our surprise on our second trip we were illegally apprehended by Gingoog City officials. I have added the links to the newspaper to the first video descripiton. Please pass them around. We are hiding because in Japan want to kill us because what they did was wrong to us. The boat is totally un-usable now. I have made this 4 part video to what happened to us that day."
- from the videographer who owns this boat that was suspected of conducting illegal fishing in the Gingoog bay area.
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All I can say is, I don't know much enough about this case. We should let the court decide on this.
For our Navy and Coast Guard, let this incident be a lesson and always go by the book so that when complications like this happen, you can easily defend yourselves in court. :thumb:
" Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them! - Art. II Sec 1, Philippine Constitution "
" People don't care what we know until they know we care. "
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