EX – U.S. MARINE LIVING IN CEBU PHILIPPINES – SHOOTOUT WITH POLICE – THREE DEAD – Cebu Video



EX – U.S. MARINE LIVING IN CEBU PHILIPPINES – SHOOTOUT WITH POLICE – THREE DEAD

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Talisay tragedy: Three deaths, a burning house, an hour-long shootout

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  1. I seem to recall that one way a foreigner can own land in the P.I. is to get it when his Philippine wife dies ???

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  2. I use to read a legal column in The Philippine Star every day when I lived at Clark AB 88-90. Spanish Land Law is one of the most convoluted, archaic, & protracted disputes people get into.

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  3. Sorry but it will happen again somewhere else. Human nature I'm afraid. Money is the necessary evil that we have to survive with happened before the bible was written and still happening now.

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  4. Here Brian how are you yes if any one bought a house in the 🇵🇭 he or she have 2 have some connection big one and you will useing the small private. A.T.M machine Thanks 4 the info 2 the Top my friend all the best 2 you and friend and friend 🇺🇸..🇵🇭..🍻

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  5. Thats what i tell expats . My attorney is in Makati . His cloent are mostly Expats .
    Now he is not cheap .
    Yes he should have consulted legal assistance

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  6. When my wife and i bought the house in Froendship he was there all the way repesenting me . He charged me 3500 US dollars .

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  7. Just recently we had a complaint with the HOA and the owner of frieindship it was a compaint we filed and other home owners my attorney got it worked out it took a week but its done . Its all great .

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  8. So ya the exmarine should have seeked legal advice

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  9. And you are Right Brian never hire a lawyer in the same bringuy

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  10. Crazy ex marine must be drunk 😱

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  11. Brian, you really stirred the pot with this video. It's always tragic when violence is used as a means to resolve any situation. This conflict might very well have been avoided, or curtailed at the very least, if the former Marine's wife had made a will or had decided beforehand, what her final wishes were regarding her material possessions (house, cars, etc.). It's not unusual that the family who is left behind to grieve, who normally get along well and have no disputes to speak of, will become a family of disputers and fighters, all in the name of Money …. who gets what, what each deserves, and so on. Of course there are certain laws in the Philippines of which I am not completely aware of, but one would think that a will would/should be considered a legal, binding document. And – just because there is a will – it doesn't mean that everyone would be happy with its contents. The end result could have been the same no matter what. I don't think we will ever know the real story of what actually transpired. A very sad and tragic loss for all.

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  12. I think the media over plays the US Marine angle of the story. Do you think there would be so much "hype" if they all were simply Filipino? Turns out he was born in the Philippines. All in all it's a very sad story with a very tragic ending. If I have learned on thing about the Philippines out in the Provinces it's this. Don't f**k with the locals and be respectful. Even if you "think" are right.

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  13. Sad that this tragic incident to have happened. I'm not condoning what he did but, he was provoked of his action. He was married to a Filipino citizen and lived I the same house with wife until she had passed away. If I'm not mistaken the Philippines law gave him the right to inherit the property because it a conjugal property. The problem are those people that think they have the right to just go ahead barge in in his house by bringing the police and barangay captain so the can obtain the documents by force. Well, there mistake was they have underestimated him of what he can to protect what's rightfully his. Lesson learned here to show respect to anyone whether they're Filipino or foreign citizen. Dont think that's because his a foreigner and you're a Filipino citizen that's given you the right to acted that you more powerful than him because you're a native born on that land. I'm a dual citizen when we move to Philippines and decide to purchase some property if by chance the time will come that I will pass on all property will goes to my husband, his a foreigner, and then later goes to whoever in line on the Will And Testament. This tragic incident could have been avoided if they have an intelligent diplomatic negotiator. I'm Filipino by birth and a dual citizen. I hate it when Filipino insisted that foreigner dont have the right without looking on facts of the circumstances first before making their judgement. This boil down to a Words Respect, Respect, and Respect!

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  14. like you said . it happens every where. only the strongest alive, one man standing,,,HURAA FOR THE BROTHER MARINE,,,,WE BAND OF BROTHERS,,,,,,

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  15. I was confused you kept saying Conjoinal. Maybe you mean't Conjugal? Conjoinal refers to a twin.

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  16. Not a good idea to buy land as a Foreigner because of the complicated title laws. A Foreigner has very limited rights and corruption is very common and that is a very Undermining 👉 point to consider! There are a few verses in the Bible that shed light on this…….
    Matthew 6:19-20 “Stop storing up treasures for yourselves on earth, where moths and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal. But keep on storing up treasures for yourselves in heaven, where moths and rust do not destroy and where thieves do not break in and steal,
    I myself Love my Philippine friends but the money and land can cut into the soul of the relationship and its best to rent or buy a Condo and to also keep the main bank account in the land you came from. This was a very sad tragedy and it happens a lot, even with Ex US Marines being natural born citizens in the Philippines 🇵🇭

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  17. Ate Too Much Garlic …..

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  18. I think they want to get or to know what still inside in the vault so that in can help to pay the remaining balance of the hospital during their mother admitted in the hospital. They have still pending balance in the hospital that is the info that I've heard.

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  19. Tragedy. No matter what the issue are, it never should have resulted in such a tragic event. God bless everyone's family for their loss.

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  20. The recipe of crab mentality, greed, and overly emotional Filipinos, tend to commonly produce some level of violence where the outcome is never good, regardless whether you are a foreigner or a local.

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  21. We think what he did was not a reflection of his race or his profession but rather of his mental state and the relationship he had with his step-son. The video we had was just plain sad how they both end up not to mention how the Barrio Captain got tangled into this family mess and became a casualty as well. we pray for all of them.

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  22. Here in the Philippines for my second time with my wife. Notice that although the people here appear to be friendly I realized that they don’t like Americans. Some may say that many men are shy to speak English so they don’t speak, I think it’s bullshit. I truly think they are jealous. Don’t trust these people.

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  23. Damnnn just link us the article instead of reading it!!!

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  24. You should have done some research before you mutilated the story. My ears will hurt for the rest of the day.

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  25. Sad story. R.I.P to the people who died.

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  26. Sounds like a b-movie in the Philippines😂

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  27. it's like some kind of sordid telenovela on GMA

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  28. He was a filiopino, born in the Philippine.

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  29. He was a filipino, killing other filipino`s.

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  30. An American has no rights in the Philippine, why any sane American would marry in the Philippine, is crazy. Go have fun and enjoy yourself, But! never marry a filipina in the Philippine.

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  31. Your in the Philippine, not the USA, stop comparing, it happen in the Philippine.

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  32. The Philippine, most of the time, does not keep crime statistics, But! There are killings all the time. I lived in Mindanao for 1 year and 6 months and there were killings all the time, filipino`s killing filipino`s over a few pesos or less over jealousy.

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  33. The best way to avoid conflict is, just buy a lot that has a "clear title"*, from the original family, then construct your own house. It takes a long time, but when the title is in your name, no one can take it from you. At least that is what my attorney says. The *"Register of deeds", does transfer of titles. Do not pay anything until you have checked with the Register of deeds office! They will tell you if the item has a clear title. Avoid buying from a "middle man", or a fixer!

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  34. Btw if your subscribers have a Chase veterans account they changed the terms in March where you can wire 5000 in the other currency for free anything under 5,000 USD is $5 I think they're making money off the exchange rate IDK but transfer dollars $5 to transfer a thousand not bad deal at wall

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  35. Philip Janek
    Sounds like his wife died and now they're trying to take the property from him under the kids names that live in Canada I say bullshit but I still wouldn't argue over a piece of property no matter how much it's worth that's what the Pakistani and Indians have been doing for years over a big rock K2 LOL

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  36. Sad to hear. RIP to those who passed away. Like road rage, some people will kill for something not worth dying or killing. I hope Under Armour pays you for the ad.

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