I am a call for justice.

02 Jul
Ruby Rose

Ruby Rose Barrameda

Why is everyone suddenly silent about Ruby Rose Barrameda’s case?

I wonder why our dear politicians are not making a national issue out of this unlike what they did with the Hayden-Katrina sex videos. If it’s more airtime they want, this is their chance.

It’s amazing how two people humping each other can cause more raucous than a dead woman whose body was sealed inside a drum and dumped in the murky waters of Navotas.

IF the Jimenezes really had something to do with the murder then let them go to jail. They are merely getting what they deserve. A few sleepless nights and a bejeweled VIP cubicle in hell is never enough punishment for any scum who orders such a horrible thing to be done to a fellow human being.


The Perfect Murder

Of course there’s always the possibility to move in mysterious ways to hush hush everything. If that happens, I just hope Ruby Rose doesn’t rise up from the dead and avenge her fate with her own rotting hands because I don’t watch horror movies.


Posted by on July 2, 2009 in Current Events, People, Television


10 responses to “I am a call for justice.

  1. paoruiz

    July 3, 2009 at 5:22 am

    i have to agree. prolly politicians are focused on the Kho-Halili scandal bec they want to come out clean. so that their wives wont think that they are doing the same.

  2. Brent

    July 3, 2009 at 5:31 am

    Perhaps in due time… nasa atin din kasi yan kung tayo mismo e pagbibigyan natin ng pansin… Look at the Kuratong Baleleng-Lacson case, or yeah… what happened to that other high profile family case? Or that of Glorietta 2? What really happened? Need we mention the Dacer murder case?

    I heard from a friend that the Jimenez people are really good people. I dont really know of course.

    If we Filipinos, or atleast Manileños, give a sh*t about these cases as much as we have given the Kat-Kho fiasco (I heard there’s already a copy of Hayden and Ruffa Mae Quinto and Hayden and Pops Fernandez) add to that the willingness of the government to see these things to the end, then they would have been most probably solved. Case closed. End of the story. Contemporary history that would teach people and governments to do better.

    But of course until that day comes, let’s just hope for the best and do our part for a better tomorrow. I thank you. Bow.

  3. Brent

    July 3, 2009 at 5:39 am

    As for paoruiz’s comment, it reminded me of the honorable Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr’s reaction to the Kat-Kho scandal.
    Pinagkaiba lang nila ay walang vids si Revilla, hindi ba?

  4. Nobe

    July 3, 2009 at 9:43 am

    @paoruiz: can we mention one in particular? of course he’s my “favorite” senator. BR. hahaha! welcome to my humble abode pao.


  5. Nobe

    July 3, 2009 at 9:54 am

    @ Brent: none of the cases you mentioned are solved kasi nagsasawa din ang tao sa pagtutok. hindi tuloy nababantayan kung ano na ang nangyari sa kaso.

    i hope the media and the politicians gets more involved on cases like these. kawawa kasi ang mga biktima lalo na at wala masyadong pera. 🙂

  6. Nobe

    July 3, 2009 at 9:55 am

    @Brent: exactly! see, isang tao lang ang nasa isip natin. hahaha!


  7. sexy legs and body

    July 3, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    I do watch horror movies, actually my wife does so I have no choice but to join her, but it would be a good thing if she could rise from the dead and strangle them with her rotten hands. Only, I know it is not for us to judge, I just get carried away by such things. If you lived in South Africa, you would feel ever stronger about these kind of murders, we have countless murders everyday, mostly women, kids and elderly people. And we have a much smaller population than the USA. So, count your blessings. Here it is not safe to walk outside at night, specially not if you are female. Babies are raped, cos they believe that by raping a baby they will be healed of aids… Our president believes by showering he will prevent getting aids after having sex with an Hiv positive woman…. our previous health minister believed that beetroot cures aids, so imagine…
    Anyway, thanks for your comment on my blog, really appreciate it. Please visit again.

  8. Nobe

    July 4, 2009 at 10:18 pm

    @sexy legs and body: thanks for sharing your insight. what you wrote is really thought provoking. i wish world peace was as real as violence itself.

  9. sexy legs and body

    July 5, 2009 at 11:34 am

    Yes my Noble friend, a real pity that violence is always condemned, even if violence means cleansing…. something this world really needs, for it is filthy dirty.

  10. Nobe

    July 5, 2009 at 12:18 pm

    @colin: aaarghh! the images is see in my mind when i hear the word “cleansing”.


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