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December 28, 2008 / yolynne

A Mindanaoan’s point of view on The Valley Golf Antipolo Controversy

De La Paz Story in Media in Focus


There are 5 parts, so look for the succeeding part after viewing this one

Okay, Since this is a very sensitive issue, I have approved all the comments, but will be filtering them out soon.  I will make it a policy that all those whose voice want to be heard in this post thru their comment should either have a blog or have a valid email, I will contact you thru your email accounts and if I haven’t received any reply from you in at least 2 days, your comment will be deleted.  I have come to realize after reading Juned post last night that comments sometimes influence the readers more than the post.  Thus, I have made this policy. FYI

The Mayor airs his Side

Here’s Ms. Noemi Dado’s post on Multiply about Mayor Nasser Pangandaman Jr Mauled a father and son in Valley Golf Antipolo.  I highly respect her as a blogger and as a person, and she blogs with balance and with authority so it’s better you read about it there than me narrating it again and by the way, here’s the first hand account of the daughter Bambee de la Paz in her blog.

As a Mindanaoan or a  resident of Mindanao, what can I say about this as one of the plurk’s posts of an online friend has asked?

I sure do hope all will be well soon.  I want that Justice will prevail so that healing can come in after.  This is an evidence that blogging can be the citizens’ voice in any maltreatment and be able to report any irregularities in any system, either in government or not.

I also do hope that there will be more Mindanaoans who will be blogging soon, just to help also clean our Island’s name. When people who hails from Mindanao are involved in fights or controversies like this, chances are.. there will be some who will say or think of us here in Mindanao as being war freaks.  We are brave, but most of us don’t like war.  You’ve got to live here to see, know and feel what are most of the Muslims, Christians and Lumads’  hearts’ desires.

I pray for this situation to appease, I pray that whatever goodness or blessing in disguise this has in store for everybody, be realized and felt by the greater public very soon.. especially the GOVERNMENT.  You, I mean all of you who are government officials are not anymore untouchables as you think you are, because Filipino Bloggers works like a dream team in helping and protecting each other’s right.

I do want to hear the others side of those who are involved, Pls. tell the truth  because you are not only representing yourselves, you are representing the people of Masiu, Lanao del Sur and also of the entire Mindanao.

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  1. Marc Knuttel / Dec 28 2008 5:33 am

    nice, I also emailed some people i know who can influence some media members, I hope that this will get the media’s attention, nobody should be considered above any law.

  2. noemi Dado / Dec 28 2008 9:19 am

    thanks for taking a Mindanao perspective. I am also eager to hear their side without them spinning off stories.

  3. april bagatan / Dec 29 2008 3:14 pm

    Why would Mayor Nasser Pangandaman, Jr, do something so low? He’s a public official with a good record, who was just awarded this august 2008 as “the most outstanding mayor in RP”. There are many inconsistencies in Dela Paz’s stories. Like for instance, on tv he alledgedly accused “Angel Pangandaman” was the one who has beaten him up. Angelo Pangandaman is the mayor’s nephew….how can an 8-year old boy beat up a 56-year old man??
    Delfin dela Paz’s arrogance started the fight. It could have been stopped but Delfin dela Paz called his wife and other sons to Valley Golf and threatened Mayor Pangandaman and his company with ice peak and baseball bats. There were a lot of witness aside from the Mayor’s company.
    The Dela Paz siblings should be banned from junior golf and all golf courses. They were a flight of two when the club prohibited it because it was a holiday. The Mayor’s company were ahead of the Dela Paz’s, they were a flight of four but the Mayor went to the clubhouse to get something thats why he got left behind. The Mayor told someone to ask Delfin if they can go ahead of them but the Delfin was complaining about “golf etiquette”.
    Dela Paz, a flight of two, went ahead and teed off plus hit a mulligan in hole #4 (par 3) without any warning when the flight of Pangandaman was still walking to their balls to putt/pitch their 2nd shots. In hole #5 (par 4), they again teed off without any warning when the Pangandamans & company didn’t even hit their 2nd shots yet. Delfin dela Paz was provoking the Pangandamans, isn’t he? And he’s even complaining of “golf etiquette”?? Anyway, The Pangandamans peacefully proceeded with their game and even told the marshal that the Dela Paz flight can go ahead. But Delfin dela Paz approached the Mayor and shouted “Putang ina mo, hindi mo ba ako kilala? Member ka ba dito? Then, Delfin dela Paz hit the Mayor with an umbrella. The Mayor’s older brother got the umbrella and punched for being so BASTOS. Delfin punched back. Bino dela Paz grabbed a gold club and hit the Mayor. Of course the Pangandamans did fought back. The father of the Mayor was trying to stop the fight and wants to settle it but Delfin kept on provoking the Pangandamans and had not stop shouting and cursing. When the Mayor’s brother tried to ride the golf car with his son, Delfin ran after him with a golf driver. The Pangandamans wanted to leave the Golf Club when another Dela Paz group tried to attack the Pangandamans with baseball bats and an ice peak (as i have said earlier) at the main clubhouse. Thats the time when the Mayor’s bodyguard BLOCKED the Dela Paz’s. The bodyguards were just doing their jobs but they haven’t hurt the attackers. TESTIMONIES FROM THE WITNESSES WILL PROVE THAT THE DELA PAZ CLAN ARE LIARS.

    The fighting scene was really long..it may not be complete BUT IT’S THE TRUTH! The Mindanaoans are civilized people. Christians and Muslims may have some conflicts here but WE are respectful people. But if provoked many times, that’s a different story…

  4. Aileen / Dec 29 2008 3:24 pm

    I’m not the kind of person who judges people from where they come from. Their place of origin has got nothing to do with the kind of values they have and who they turn-out to be.

    I just hope that these people get re-acquainted with their conscience, if do they have any. Being high-ranking government officials doesn’t give them the right to do what they just did to the poor man and his son.

    I admire Bambi de la Paz for being brave enough to blog about the whole incident. If my brother and father suffered the same fate, God only knows what I would do to teach these power tripping assholes a lesson they’d never forget.

    I sure hope they both rot not only in jail, but also in hell.

  5. Marcelle / Dec 29 2008 10:27 pm

    Oh, look, the troll again. Same idiotic argument, different name.

    Let’s make this quick. Did Nasser go to a hospital and have his ear nearly torn off?

    No?

    Then this discussion is over. You can lie about a lot of things, but video and medical evidence trumps all.

  6. noemi Dado / Dec 29 2008 10:46 pm

    april, why bring up Christian and Muslim issue? Didn’t the DAR chief ask “Di mo ba ako kilala?” De la paz doesn’t know him. It is not about religion. It is about bad behavior from a public servant and a child abuse issue at that.

  7. arpee lazaro / Dec 29 2008 11:06 pm

    yeah! i read the very same comment in filipino voices!

  8. Ivy Nicanor / Dec 30 2008 12:19 am

    this issue is not about religion, we better think of what we’re gonna say so as not to hurt both our Christian and Muslim brothers. we’re all wishing for justice here.

  9. keysi nunez / Dec 30 2008 2:27 am

    Dear April,

    How can you say these things? You seem to know a lot of things that others do not know about. Were you there when it happened? Did you participate in the beat down? Why are you bringing up religion and geographic location? Are you looking for a fight? If so, you might want to run a search on BrianB, so you’ll know who you’re up against.

    “Di mo ba kami kilala?”

    LOL.

  10. celinx / Dec 30 2008 3:42 am

    april’s hearsay version sounded so ridiculous and now I know why. It’s the story that came out in Abante. Strange how a powerful politician would refuse to answer the Inquirer but place a “detailed” version, by the same witnesses who told Bambee they didn’t see anything, in a tabloid. I thought I would no longer be shocked by the behaviour of local politicians; that this kind of behavior went out with the old generation, replaced by a more humanist, more-informed youth. Sadly, there will always be those who prefer to be the stereotype rather than effect a real enlightened change.

  11. yolynne / Dec 30 2008 6:32 am

    You all have the right to your own opinions, There’s a lot of issues here in Mindanao that needs attention but one good thing that came out from all of this is that, MINDANAO is now getting attention.. and the stuff only we know or probably we are concerned about are now out in the open for you to be aware of.

    I won’t argue with anybody and I stand with what I say in my blog, you can rant all you want in your own blog to contradict my opinion, it’s your choice, it’s your blog anyway. I know how to mind my own business but I am deeply concerned with my region. Others might have a hard time understanding this and how we think, but I challenge those who question to come here in Mindanao and immerse themselves with the locals so that you may feel and learn the reality of the struggles.

    This is not a battle of Religion, this is a battle of every Filipinos right to know what is true and to see justice being served.

    I found this blog and would recommend you to read it. http://naijapinoy.wordpress.com/2008/12/29/comment-nasser-pangandaman-jr-the-warlord-of-masiu/

    On a light and happy note – Happy New Year to Everybody!

  12. Ducky Paredes / Dec 31 2008 7:31 am

    I am glad that some on the blogsphere want to know what really happened and not what they want to believe. It’s tough for the Pangandamans; they’re in government and with the unpopular Gloria Arroyo plus they;re outsiders being from Mindanao and Muslims. Tough but all of that has to be factored in.
    Accepted that the beating up was too much — an overkill; but as a Valley golfer, let me just say that the ones who breached etiquette were the De la Paz twosome who even drove the ball and almost hit Mayor Pangandaman.
    The world has gone crazy? Yes. It has dumped on the Pangandamans m ainly because of ther being in government, with Gloria and are outsiders.
    This is not to say that I condone what was done to the De la Paz father and son; but, could it be that they had it coming?

  13. Lover ni April / Dec 31 2008 9:22 am

    Hpy April,

    You seem to be a hired rabid dog of Nasser. Your lashes are spits of shit! you are the one that is inconsistent. just because you a neighbor of that stupid, arrogant political imp you’re now a certified defender of that rabid dog? your a rented fag.

    Now lets get the issue straight, who in their right mind would beat up a 56 year old man and a 14 year old lad? only people whose mental faculites are suffering with obsessive-compulsive behaviour can do that. In short these are mentally deranged individuals whose psychiatric status is not stable because they belong to the psychotic group of mentally ill patients. Are these the types of people, the mindanoans elect? mentally deranged? people who cannot control their anger? people whose pleasure is pain? masochistic. I guess these people are inclined to kill, they have homicidal tendencies.

    These are the types of people GMA places in sensitive positions. Arrogant! basing from the recollection, the secretary just watches the rampage meaning he loves or even enjoys the show of rabid force. he must be a masochist then.That confirms my diagnosis!

    Nasser is a reflection of GMA likes! look at FG, Iggy and that stupid maniac son of GMA from Pampanga? I call him stupid because he does not whats he talking about sometimes or even most of the times..LOL! maniac, because when he visited Bacolod a long time ago, someone heard him drolling on the daughter of a Leonardia and even asking if he could have sex with her? that’s really preposterous? hence we could brand him, a maniac.

    Going back to aPRIL, ARE YOU A LOVER OF NASSER? ITS YOUR CHOICE, the junior or the senior.hehehehehe.And maybe enjoys the maso-sadistic acrobatics you have there.

    April, before you lash out at Bambee, face the mirror and ask yourself, are you the mirror?LOL! now, that would be totally insane.

    The issue here is the brutality of the nassers et al, not the mindanoans but i brought out other issues not related with them, taste your own medicene april!

    Hashim

  14. cdt1 / Dec 31 2008 2:46 pm

    i agree with #17. i heard another version from a valley golf member too who was there. there was too much agression but what did really cause it..

  15. vicki / Jan 3 2009 2:35 am

    Hello. I’m not a blogger, but this incident made me read through the myriad blogs. I’d like to forward an email I got. Let me say that I too was outraged by the post of Ms. de la Paz. Something inside me, however, told me that there are always two sides to a story, and that I must not pass judgement on any of the sides. Here’s what I received (let me say that I do not even know this guy):

    — On Tue, 12/30/08, gba anonas wrote:
    From: gba anonas
    Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    To: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    Cc: “joy anonas” , “Deanna Samaniego”
    Date: Tuesday, December 30, 2008, 4:37 AM

    Guys,

    I just came from Valley and the incident continues to be the hot topic.. Let me just give the information i got today from the caddies (who were present during the incident in the tee-house), 2 members (one of them was present in the clubhouse incident) and feedback from the boys in the bag drop area.

    I guess you can say this is hear-say but from direct sources. But we were so outraged by seeing a 14 year old boy beaten up that we asked for blood. Here is their version (Not the Pamandanans but the witnesses.

    1. Who ever you ask, from the 2 members to the caddies to the bag drop boys, Mr. de la
    Paz is not liked in Valley. They call him arrogant and “maangas” (what ever that means).
    On the other hand, the Secretary and the Mayor (they play Valley on holidays) were
    described as “Mabait”, “Magalang” and “walang ere”.

    2. On that day my regular caddy was the caddy of the Secretay and his brother was the
    caddy of the Mayor.

    3. Apparently the younger Pamandanan tried to catch-up with his brothers and father who
    were playing infront of the Mr. de la Paz and family. On hole number 3 (accompanied by
    a martial, the younger Pamandanan asked permission to go ahead to join the flight in
    front and Mr. de la Paz (according to them) agreed.

    4. On hole number 5, the son (was it Bino) hit his drive even if the flight in
    front have not yet taken their second shots. I understand he almost hit the Mayor.
    According to the caddies, the Mayor just let that one pass.

    5. When Mr. de la Paz reached the Tee-house between hole No. 5 and 6, he found the
    Pamandanans eating. This apparently irked Mr. de la Paz and was angry that they were
    delaying the game. According to the caddies (there were at least 7 of them who
    witnessed the incident) the Secretary told them to just go ahead and play through. But
    Mr. de la paz (apparently) continued to verbally abuse the mayor.

    6. They did not know what words were exchanged but the saw Mr. de la Paz swing his
    umbrella at the mayor. This was seen by his sibblings and the fight occured. The son
    of Mr. dela paz (I guess a natural reaction of a son) came to help his father.
    Unfortunately he to was hit. (amazing it may seem, but this was witnessed by at least
    7 caddies).

    7. According to the Caddies, the incident stopped when the secretary came back from the
    6th tee to stop his childern. Mr. de la paz and family left for the club house and
    everybody thought the incident was over.

    8. Apparently it was not. Mr. de la Paz (according to the member who was there) actually
    called for back up (hence the other son who alledgedly had a baseball bat. The second
    brawl thus started in the Club House.

    9. There were no bodyguards on the golf course They were outside the Valley golf club
    entance. They came in only when the second brawl started in the club house.

    10. I understand the caddies etc. will be called by the Board to describe what they actually
    saw.

    As I said these are information coming from people who actually know both parties and who witnessed the incidents. I’m sharing it with you guys because of the outrage we felt when we read the blog and the news paper accounts. If you believe this information coming from people who saw the incidents (they have no reason to lie), we now should realize how media (trial by publicity) can influence (even create outrage) that way we feel and think.

    We should learn from this.

    Gerry

    — On Tue, 12/30/08, Jose Puno wrote:
    From: Jose Puno
    Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    To: “‘ValleyLumberjacks @yahoogroups. com’”
    Date: Tuesday, December 30, 2008, 9:33 AM

    The main tournament at Valley is the Tuason Cup, right? Are the Tuason’s still influential in Valley Golf? Alas! FG’s mother is a Tuason. Do you know what I am driving at? I will bet my future winnings in 2009, that we will all be disappointed with the result of this mauling incident. To retain our sanity and not get so much affected, I suggesr let us all presume that no mauling happened.
    From: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    To: ‘ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com’
    Sent: Tue Dec 30 08:04:03 2008
    Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    Oh! That means cover-up was ordered. The secretary will invoked executive privilege. This will be similar to “will not run for reelection”, “Hello Garci”, “Fertilizer scam”, “ZTE”, “North rail”, and now Valley Golf mauling”. Soon to come, Another order from the palace, investigate tax returns of de la Paz. Plant drugs to the teenage son.
    From: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    To: LumberJacks
    Sent: Tue Dec 30 07:22:47 2008
    Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    Palace orders probe on golf mauling incident in Antipolo. Front page, Manila Bulletin, 12/30/08.
    “Sent using BlackBerry. Please excuse the simplified format. ”
    From: “bobangangco”
    Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2008 14:52:30 -0000
    To:
    Subject: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    Alright! Go Jun! Go Committees! Go Board!

    — In ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com, junstamaria@ … wrote:
    >
    > As discussed and decided on in the previous Membership Committee
    meeting (attended by Jingle and yours truly), suspension to both
    parties has been served. This is to prevent the parties from going
    to Valley and engaging in another untoward incident. The Board and
    the concerned committees are not sleeping. Actions/decisions seem to
    be slow only because “due process” is being observed so as not to
    have a half-baked resolution on the matter. Please be patient. In
    the meantime, I am inviting all LJs to consider having a membership
    in Forest Hills Golf and Country Club which is just five to ten
    minutes away from Valley Golf. >Jun Sta. Maria
    > “Sent using BlackBerry. Please excuse the simplified format. ”
    >
    > —–Original Message—–
    > From: “bobangangco”
    >
    > Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2008 10:25:33
    > To:
    > Subject: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf
    Course
    >
    >
    > Hi guys,
    >
    > Just played in Southwoods with high school classmates (Ike Y. and
    > Peter B from Valley) the rest from there and balikbayans. Of
    course
    > the main topic of discussion was the Valley Mauling.
    >
    > As Jingle says lets be patient and let all parties be accorded due
    > process. I think that the board and the respective committees are
    > feeling the heat and I do not envy their position. They will have
    > to make decisions that will not be popular.
    >
    > If there is an action which I believe is very urgent, I believe it
    > is the preventive suspension of both camps from the club premises
    > for the following reasons:
    >
    > 1. Both camps are angry and retaliation would still be in the
    minds
    > of at least one or probably both parties.
    >
    > 2. The safety of the club membership (including the Pangdandaman s
    > and the de la Paz s )and staff should be foremost in the minds of
    > our committees and our board.
    >
    > 3. Due to the gravity of the situation and the process to arrive
    at
    > a definitive course of action will take more time than what club
    > members such as ourselves would want.
    >
    > Court cases are being readied by both camps and being political
    > clans ( I think even the de la Paz group ), I am afraid that this
    is
    > not going to end there.
    >
    > Bob
    >
    > P.S. Armscor does not sell Armalites but a wide family of local
    pump
    > action shotguns, rifles, revolvers, and pistols exported world
    > wide. They also sell imported Tanfoglio, STI, and semi-automatic
    > Sarsilmaz shotguns. Monthly production of firearms in the
    > thousands; ammunnition in the millions. FYI.
    >
    > — In ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com, Jose Puno
    > wrote:
    > >
    > > The suggested golf gears at Valley are 14 clubs, one umbrella,
    and
    > one shotgun or armalite.
    > >
    > > Bobbie can get discounted price from Amrscor.
    > >
    > > If you are guests, you can rent shotguns at the reception.
    Cheers!
    > >
    > >___________ _________ _________ ___
    > > From: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    > > To: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    > > Sent: Mon Dec 29 08:40:23 2008
    > > Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley
    > Golf Course
    > >
    > > Tight now the news is snowballing even on the radio through
    faylon
    > and sanchez I guess if there is enough pressure something will
    > give,,,
    > >
    > > — On Sun, 12/28/08, gba anonas wrote:
    > > From: gba anonas
    > > Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley
    > Golf Course
    > > To: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    > > Date: Sunday, December 28, 2008, 11:42 PM
    > >
    > > I Understand Jingle but there are several points I feel strongly
    > about:
    > >
    > > 1. They maybe non-members but they are surely guests of members
    > and the member must
    > > be responsible for his guest. So it is not as simple as
    saying
    > that those involved are non-
    > > members. If you do not treat it this was, then I can bring
    in
    > a goon as my guest and ask
    > > him to kill somebody in the club and then say he was just a
    > guest.
    > >
    > > 2. I do not know what can justify grown men or goons to beat up
    a
    > 14 year old boy infront
    > > of his sister.
    > >
    > > 3. What kind of security do we have? I have been a member of
    > valley for 20 years and (if
    > > haven’t noticed) membership quality has deteriorated
    together
    > with the service.
    > >
    > > Gerry
    > >
    > > — On Mon, 12/29/08, Jingle Severino wrote:
    > > From: Jingle Severino
    > > Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley
    > Golf Course
    > > To: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    > > Date: Monday, December 29, 2008, 7:19 AM
    > >
    > >
    > > Guys,
    > >
    > > Let us not be so harsh and pass judgement right away. We are
    > dealing with it. We just have to give everyone concerned – guilty
    or
    > not guilty – their due process. There are still legal
    ramifications
    > so we are threading carefully. Rest assured that we will do the
    > right thing – or at least I will try my best to make sure that the
    > right thing is done.
    > >
    > > I am not at liberty yet to tell you anything – at least not in
    > print yet – since there are legal threats against the club
    regarding
    > information.
    > >
    > > But these I can tell you:
    > >
    > > 1. There are 2 sides to every coin – both can be black, or
    white,
    > or one white or black.
    > > 2. There are non members involved.
    > >
    > > We will sort this out this week.
    > >
    > > – Jingle
    > >
    > > — On Sun, 12/28/08, Jose Puno
    wrote:
    > > From: Jose Puno
    > > Subject: Re: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley
    > Golf Course
    > > To: “‘ValleyLumberjacks @yahoogroups. com’” yahoogroups. com>
    > > Date: Sunday, December 28, 2008, 1:45 PM
    > >
    > > The outcome of this unfortunate incident will show the character
    > of this golf course. It can become very shameful to be a member of
    > this club if other clubs will look at it like tombstone territory
    or
    > ok corral.
    > >
    > > It will be a disaster if no final action is taken because there
    > are two sides that cannot be proven.
    > >___________ _________ _________ ___
    > > From: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    > > To: ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups. com
    > > Sent: Mon Dec 29 05:02:37 2008
    > > Subject: [ValleyLumberjacks] Re: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf
    > Course
    > > Hi guys,
    > >
    > > Here is a story for the other side ( as they say ‘in fairness” ):
    > >
    > > http://newsinfo. inquirer. net/breakingnews /metro/view_
    > article..php?
    >
    > > article_id=180367
    > >
    > > Now even with this info:
    > >
    > > 1. de la Paz actually started the fight with an umbrella? He and
    > > his 14 yr old son against several guys!
    > >
    > > 2. And in the clubhouse, given that the other son came with a bat
    > > and the mother came with a knife !? (It sure looks like they were
    > > called to protect their just beat up father and brother) …. Did
    > > the mayor feel that they were in imminent danger AGAIN to
    justify a
    > > second use of force and this time with the potential use of a
    > > firearm (s)?
    > >
    > > Yes expulsion is minimal without prejudice to the filing of other
    > > civil and criminal charges.
    > >
    > > Valley management does have some explaining to do and they had
    > > better do so soon. One of us could be the next victim.
    > >
    > > Bob
    > >
    > > — In ValleyLumberjacks@ yahoogroups.
    > com, Jonathan Gohh
    >
    > > wrote:
    > > >
    > > > I fully support the expulsion of all the jerks involved. I
    > also
    > > think we should consider replacing the security guard agency
    whose
    > > people failed to protect the members and secure the premises.Â
    If
    > > we also have a general manager who has no balls, then fire him
    and
    > > replace him with someone who has.
    > > >
    > > > We should not let this pass without ensuring that we do our
    part
    > > to set things right.
    > > >
    > > > Jonathan
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > Â
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >___________ _________ _________ ___
    > > > From: gba anonas
    > > > To: Jay Cruz ; ramon david ; John
    E.
    > > Huang ; Peter Michael Huang ; Joey Nakpil
    > > ; valleylumberjacks@ yahoogroups.
    > com
    > > > Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2008 7:17:42 PM
    > > > Subject: [ValleyLumberjacks] Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf
    > Course
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > Guys,
    > > >
    > > > Here is copy of blog of Bambee de la Paz about the incident in
    > > Valley where her 14 year old brother and father manhandled by
    > goons.
    > > Shameful. No matter who’s at fault you don’t allow body guards
    beat
    > > up a 14 year old boy.
    > > >
    > > > So this has reached the world. So Valley is now guilty of
    at
    > > the very least indifference in the eyes of the world not matter
    who
    > > is at fault. They should be kicked out of valley for life,
    unless
    > > you want to be te next victim.
    > > >
    > > > GerryÂ
    > > >
    > > > — On Sun, 12/28/08, Teresita Anonas
    > > wrote:
    > > >
    > > > From: Teresita Anonas
    > > > Subject: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    > > > To: “gerardo anonas”
    > > > Date: Sunday, December 28, 2008, 6:48 PM
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > — On Sun, 12/28/08, nodi dizon
    wrote:
    > > >
    > > > From: nodi dizon
    > > > Subject: Fw: Mauling at the Valley Golf Course
    > > > To: “Joy Anonas”
    > > > Date: Sunday, December 28, 2008, 6:28 AM
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > Hi Joy,
    > > >
    > > > Something that might interest Gerry in case he missed it the
    > > newspapers.
    > > >
    > > > Nodi
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > — On Sat, 12/27/08, Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit
    > > wrote:
    > > >
    > > > From: Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit
    > > > Subject: [KingoftheBlues] Mauling at the golf course
    > > > To: KingoftheBlues@ yahoogroups. com
    > > > Date: Saturday, December 27, 2008, 5:42 PM
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > To the KOB golfers,
    > > >
    > > > I just got this email message. Is this true?
    > > >
    > > > Toby
    > > >
    > > > —– Forwarded Message —-
    > > > From: Karen V.
    > > > Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2008 19:58:35
    > > > Subject: Please read. :D
    > > >
    > > > A repost from Bambee dela Paz’ (MCHS 2007) site. Please do take
    > > time
    > > > to read. This speaks of one of the many injustices happening in
    > > our
    > > > country and it might help to let everyone else you know to know
    > > about
    > > > this as well.
    > > >
    > > > The world has gone crazy.
    > > > http://vicissitude- decidido. blogspot.
    > com/2008/ 12/world- is-
    > > fucked- up.html
    > > >
    > > > So, I just had the worst day of my life.
    > > >
    > > > At around 1:30 PM today, at Valley Golf and Country Club,
    > Antipolo
    > > > City, Mayor Nasser Pangandaman, Jr., Mayor of Masiu City, Lanao
    > > del
    > > > Sur, his father, Secretary Nasser Pangandaman of the
    Department
    > of
    > > > Agrarian Reform, and company, beat my defenseless 56-year-old
    dad
    > > and
    > > > my 14-year-old brother to a pulp because of some stupid
    > > > misunderstanding on the golf course.
    > > >
    > > > This is a golf course. I have been a golfer all my life, and I
    > > have
    > > > never seen anything like this. NOTHING. This is hard to
    > > comprehend.
    > > > And it happened to my own father and my own brother too. Right
    in
    > > > front of my eyes.
    > > >
    > > > My brother and I were playing golf at the South Course of
    Valley.
    > > We
    > > > were on the 3rd hole, and we see two golf carts going past us,
    > > > overtaking our flight, and setting up to tee off on the next
    > hole.
    > > My
    > > > dad goes up to them and asks them why they would do that, why
    > they
    > > > would overtake us without even asking for our permission. Golf
    > > > etiquette 101. One of the guys says that they’re with the
    flight
    > > in
    > > > front of us. (So what? That doesn’t give them the right to just
    > > pass
    > > > us WITHOUT asking.) So, we go to the 5th hole. The flight
    behind
    > > us
    > > > catches up with us, and asks us what caused the hold up. We
    said
    > > that
    > > > this flight just slipped in front of our flight. So we
    complained
    > > to
    > > > the marshall. We play the 5th hole and walk towards the next
    > hole,
    > > > where there is a teehouse, and both the flights in front of us
    > > were
    > > > there, talking with the marshall. The mayor of Masiu City,
    Lanao
    > > del
    > > > Sur talks with my dad. Things get heated up. Voices were
    raised.
    > > But
    > > > never, in my wildest dreams, did I ever imagine that someone
    > would
    > > > pull out a punch. Apparently not. He attacks my father. His
    > > > flightmates, maybe 2 or 3 of them, rush to his aid and beat up
    my
    > > > father. My 56-year-old father. My younger brother and I could
    not
    > > just
    > > > watch. We rushed to break the fight. My younger brother pleads
    to
    > > the
    > > > mayor to please stop it. To not hurt my dad. To just stop. His
    > > words
    > > > still ring through my head…”Sorry na po, sorry na po…tama
    > > > na…tama na po…” With his hands in front of his chest in a
    > > praying
    > > > position. PLEADING. The mayor socks him in the face. My brother
    > > > defended himself. My dad is still on the ground getting
    > clobbered.
    > > My
    > > > brother is the same way. I try to stop the fight, but all I
    can
    > do
    > > is
    > > > stop one person. There were 4 or 5 of them attacking now.
    > > >
    > > > Someone breaks up the fight. I thought it was all over. The
    mayor
    > > > shouts to his caddy: “Hindi nila kami kilala! Sabihin mo nga sa
    > > kanila
    > > > kung sino ako!” And believe me, I had no idea who this person
    > was..
    > > But
    > > > now I know. He’s the person who, with 4 other men, beat up my
    > > > 56-year-old father and my 14-year-old brother. He’s the person
    > who
    > > > sacks a pleading 14-year-old kid in the face. He’s a person
    who,
    > I
    > > am
    > > > sure, is gonna rot in hell.
    > > >
    > > > I lash out, but my dad held me back. I was screaming my lungs
    > out,
    > > > shouting to this mayor, telling him about what he had done. I
    > > > said:”Nakakahiya kayo. Singkwenta’y sais anyos ang tatay ko.
    And
    > > > kapatid ko kakatorse anyos. Anong ilalaban nila sayo?”
    > > >
    > > > The mayor looks at my brother, point to his face, and
    > > says, “Tatandaan
    > > > kita!” And he tells me that my brother has a bad attitude and
    > that
    > > I
    > > > need to watch him. WHAT THE HELL?! So, my brother’s bad for
    > > defending
    > > > his father?!
    > > >
    > > > We leave. We walk to the clubhouse to file a complaint. My
    > brother
    > > > asks for a doctor. My dad could barely walk. Their group comes
    to
    > > the
    > > > clubhouse, sees my brother.. Once again my brother pleads, says
    > > sorry,
    > > > and is crying.. He was CRYING, for crissakes. But no. The
    > > relentless
    > > > mayor still punches him in the face, and then sees my dad and
    > goes
    > > > after my dad again. Him and his friend pull my dad to the
    ground,
    > > > pulls at his feet, and steps on him like he’s dirt. I run to
    him
    > > and
    > > > try to hold him back, holding him back by his shirt, while this
    > > other
    > > > guy and this girl tries to stop me. She tells me to just stop
    it.
    > > I
    > > > scream in her face “they’re beating my father up and you want
    me
    > > to
    > > > stop?!” I pull at his shirt–I don’t let go. All I can see was
    my
    > > dad
    > > > being trampled on. I didn’t even see my brother getting beat
    up.
    > > >
    > > > People pull them away. I get my dad, and I saw my brother. His
    > > right
    > > > ear was bleeding. I freaked out. I told the receptionists to
    > bring
    > > my
    > > > brother to the clinic. I pull my dad away. People were
    separating
    > > us.
    > > >
    > > > My mom and my older brother come. I tell her Bino’s right ear
    is
    > > > bleeding. They both look like they could kill. My dad holds my
    > > brother
    > > > off, I hold off my mom. When I finally got my mom under
    control,
    > > my
    > > > older brother gets away and I hold him off. Two of the mayor’s
    > > > bodyguards pull out guns. I embraced my brother from the back,
    > > just
    > > > holding him back, crying. The receptionists came to us, crying,
    > > > hugging me, my dad, and my mom, whispering to us to just
    > > leave. “Maam,
    > > > umalis na po kayo, may mga baril sila…Maam. ..umalis na po
    kayo
    > > > please…”
    > > >
    > > > I am pretty sure the Secretary of DAR did not take part in the
    > > fight,
    > > > but he just watched all this happen. He watched two of his
    sons,
    > > as we
    > > > figured out, the other guy was his son, too, beat up my father
    > and
    > > my
    > > > 14-year-old brother. He didn’t do anything to stop it. And this
    > > person
    > > > is what now? A cabinet member. A politician.
    > > >
    > > > Sounds like something out of a movie, doesn’t it? But this is
    > what
    > > > happened. TODAY. The day after Christmas. To my family. And
    all I
    > > ask
    > > > for is JUSTICE. The people at Valley Golf did not seem to want
    to
    > > help
    > > > us. None of the security guards even tried to stop the fight.
    > > Right in
    > > > the clubhouse. I came back after the fight was over and talked
    to
    > > the
    > > > receptionists. They say they did not see anything. The general
    > > manager
    > > > of Valley Golf would not give us the names of the men who made
    my
    > > > brother’s ear bleed. It took him an hour. Maybe even more than
    > > that.
    > > > He seemed to not want to help us. Because, we were against the
    > > > SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM and the MAYOR OF
    > > MASIU
    > > > CITY, LANAO DEL SUR. They were all scared.
    > > >
    > > > The world is has gone crazy. Two politicians beat up a
    > defenseless
    > > > 56-year-old father and his 14-year-old son. At a golf course. I
    > > swear
    > > > to God, I thought golfers were decent people. You would think
    > > > politicians were decent people. I guess not. I guess they gang
    up
    > > on
    > > > 56-year-old men and beat up pleading 14-year-old kids.
    > > >
    > > > Please pray for my dad, my brother and for my whole family.
    > Please
    > > > pray that we get JUSTICE.. Oh God, please, give these people
    what
    > > they
    > > > deserve.
    > > > –
    > > >
    > > > —– End forwarded message —–
    > > >
    > > > –
    > > > Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit
    > > > Dean, School of Science & Engineering
    > > > Professor, Department of Chemistry
    > > > Ateneo de Manila University
    > > > Loyola Heights
    > > > 1108 Quezon City, Philippines
    > > >
    > > > Mailing address:
    > > > P..O. Box 154, Manila Central Post Office
    > > > 0917 Manila, Philippines
    > > >
    > > > Tel: (632) 426-6001 ext 5600
    > > > Fax: (632) 426-5985
    > > > Email: fdayrit@ateneo. edu
    > > >
    > > > ———-
    > > >
    > > > —-
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    > > > Dean, School of Science & Engineering
    > > > Ateneo de Manila University
    > > > Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines
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    > > > Fax: +(632) 426-5985
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    > > > Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2008 19:58:35
    > > > Subject: Please read. :D
    > > >
    > > > A repost from Bambee dela Paz’ (MCHS 2007) site. Please do take
    > > time to read. This speaks of one of the many injustices
    happening
    > in
    > > our country and it might help to let everyone else you know to
    know
    > > about this as well.
    > > >
    > > > The world has gone crazy.
    > > > http://vicissitude- decidido. blogspot.
    > com/2008/ 12/world- is-
    > > fucked- up.html
    > > >
    > > > So, I just had the worst day of my life.
    > > >
    > > > At around 1:30 PM today, at Valley Golf and Country Club,
    > Antipolo
    > > City, Mayor Nasser Pangandaman, Jr., Mayor of Masiu City, Lanao
    del
    > > Sur, his father, Secretary Nasser Pangandaman of the Department
    of
    > > Agrarian Reform, and company, beat my defenseless 56-year-old dad
    > > and my 14-year-old brother to a pulp because of some stupid
    > > misunderstanding on the golf course.
    > > >
    > > > This is a golf course. I have been a golfer all my life, and I
    > > have never seen anything like this. NOTHING. This is hard to
    > > comprehend. And it happened to my own father and my own brother
    > too..
    > > Right in front of my eyes.
    > > >
    > > > My brother and I were playing golf at the South Course of
    Valley.
    > > We were on the 3rd hole, and we see two golf carts going past us,
    > > overtaking our flight, and setting up to tee off on the next
    hole.
    > > My dad goes up to them and asks them why they would do that, why
    > > they would overtake us without even asking for our permission.
    Golf
    > > etiquette 101. One of the guys says that they’re with the flight
    in
    > > front of us. (So what? That doesn’t give them the right to just
    > pass
    > > us WITHOUT asking.) So, we go to the 5th hole. The flight behind
    us
    > > catches up with us, and asks us what caused the hold up. We said
    > > that this flight just slipped in front of our flight. So we
    > > complained to the marshall. We play the 5th hole and walk towards
    > > the next hole, where there is a teehouse, and both the flights in
    > > front of us were there, talking with the marshall. The mayor of
    > > Masiu City, Lanao del Sur talks with my dad. Things get heated
    up.
    > > Voices were raised. But never, in my
    > > > wildest dreams, did I ever imagine that someone would pull out
    a
    > > punch. Apparently not. He attacks my father. His flightmates,
    maybe
    > > 2 or 3 of them, rush to his aid and beat up my father. My 56-
    year-
    > > old father. My younger brother and I could not just watch. We
    > rushed
    > > to break the fight. My younger brother pleads to the mayor to
    > please
    > > stop it. To not hurt my dad. To just stop. His words still ring
    > > through my head…”Sorry na po, sorry na po…tama na…tama na
    > > po…” With his hands in front of his chest in a praying
    position.
    > > PLEADING. The mayor socks him in the face. My brother defended
    > > himself. My dad is still on the ground getting clobbered. My
    > brother
    > > is the same way. I try to stop the fight, but all I can do is
    stop
    > > one person. There were 4 or 5 of them attacking now.
    > > >
    > > > Someone breaks up the fight. I thought it was all over. The
    mayor
    > > shouts to his caddy: “Hindi nila kami kilala! Sabihin mo nga sa
    > > kanila kung sino ako!” And believe me, I had no idea who this
    > person
    > > was. But now I know. He’s the person who, with 4 other men, beat
    up
    > > my 56-year-old father and my 14-year-old brother. He’s the person
    > > who sacks a pleading 14-year-old kid in the face. He’s a person
    > who,
    > > I am sure, is gonna rot in hell.
    > > >
    > > > I lash out, but my dad held me back.. I was screaming my lungs
    > out,
    > > shouting to this mayor, telling him about what he had done. I
    > > said:”Nakakahiya kayo.. Singkwenta’y sais anyos ang tatay ko. And
    > > kapatid ko kakatorse anyos. Anong ilalaban nila sayo?”
    > > >
    > > > The mayor looks at my brother, point to his face, and
    > > says, “Tatandaan kita!” And he tells me that my brother has a bad
    > > attitude and that I need to watch him. WHAT THE HELL?! So, my
    > > brother’s bad for defending his father?!
    > > >
    > > > We leave. We walk to the clubhouse to file a complaint. My
    > brother
    > > asks for a doctor. My dad could barely walk. Their group comes to
    > > the clubhouse, sees my brother.. Once again my brother pleads,
    says
    > > sorry, and is crying. He was CRYING, for crissakes. But no. The
    > > relentless mayor still punches him in the face, and then sees my
    > dad
    > > and goes after my dad again. Him and his friend pull my dad to
    the
    > > ground, pulls at his feet, and steps on him like he’s dirt. I
    run
    > to
    > > him and try to hold him back, holding him back by his shirt,
    while
    > > this other guy and this girl tries to stop me. She tells me to
    just
    > > stop it. I scream in her face “they’re beating my father up and
    you
    > > want me to stop?!” I pull at his shirt–I don’t let go. All I can
    > > see was my dad being trampled on. I didn’t even see my brother
    > > getting beat up.
    > > >
    > > > People pull them away. I get my dad, and I saw my brother. His
    > > right ear was bleeding. I freaked out. I told the receptionists
    to
    > > bring my brother to the clinic. I pull my dad away. People were
    > > separating us.
    > > >
    > > > My mom and my older brother come. I tell her Bino’s right ear
    is
    > > bleeding. They both look like they could kill. My dad holds my
    > > brother off, I hold off my mom. When I finally got my mom under
    > > control, my older brother gets away and I hold him off. Two of
    the
    > > mayor’s bodyguards pull out guns. I embraced my brother from the
    > > back, just holding him back, crying. The receptionists came to
    us,
    > > crying, hugging me, my dad, and my mom, whispering to us to just
    > > leave. “Maam, umalis na po kayo, may mga baril
    > sila…Maam. ..umalis
    > > na po kayo please…”
    > > >
    > > > I am pretty sure the Secretary of DAR did not take part in the
    > > fight, but he just watched all this happen. He watched two of his
    > > sons, as we figured out, the other guy was his son, too, beat up
    my
    > > father and my 14-year-old brother. He didn’t do anything to stop
    > it..
    > > And this person is what now? A cabinet member. A politician.
    > > >
    > > > Sounds like something out of a movie, doesn’t it? But this is
    > what
    > > happened. TODAY. The day after Christmas. To my family. And all I
    > > ask for is JUSTICE. The people at Valley Golf did not seem to
    want
    > > to help us. None of the security guards even tried to stop the
    > > fight. Right in the clubhouse. I came back after the fight was
    over
    > > and talked to the receptionists. They say they did not see
    > anything.
    > > The general manager of Valley Golf would not give us the names of
    > > the men who made my brother’s ear bleed. It took him an hour.
    Maybe
    > > even more than that. He seemed to not want to help us. Because,
    we
    > > were against the SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM
    and
    > > the MAYOR OF MASIU CITY, LANAO DEL SUR. They were all scared.
    > > >
    > > > The world is has gone crazy. Two politicians beat up a
    > defenseless
    > > 56-year-old father and his 14-year-old son. At a golf course. I
    > > swear to God, I thought golfers were decent people. You would
    think
    > > politicians were decent people. I guess not. I guess they gang
    up
    > on
    > > 56-year-old men and beat up pleading 14-year-old kids.
    > > >
    > > > Please pray for my dad, my brother and for my whole family.
    > Please
    > > pray that we get JUSTICE. Oh God, please, give these people what
    > > they deserve.
    > > > –
    > > > Old pond å¤ãæ±
    > > > A frog jumps èã¯é£ã³ã¾ã
    > > > The sound of water æ°´ã®é³
    > > >
    > > >___________ _________ _________ ___
    > > > New Email names for you!
    > > > Get the Email name you’ve always wanted on the new @ymail and
    > > @rocketmail.
    > > > Hurry before someone else does!
    > > >
    > > > –
    > > > JUSTINE MARIE C. VILLAREAL
    > > > IV AB Humanities
    > > > School of Humanities Central Board Representative
    > > > Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng
    > > > Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila
    > > >
    > > > Co-head for Advocacy
    > > > Ateneo Environmental Management Coalition
    > > > Ateneo de Manila University
    > > >

  16. tin / Jan 3 2009 4:52 pm

    to april bagatan: my, my. nabasa ko na yan sa isang multiply account. are you and lalee roxas one and the same person?

    also, that’s plaigarism chong. tsktsk.

  17. james / Jan 4 2009 6:33 am

    To April Bagatan: why would you grab a baseball bat if you have a golf club? Wala naman sila sa baseball field diba?GOD ice peak! geeeez,

  18. set / Jan 6 2009 4:36 am

    i’m form mindanao too, I have to agree that felt rage after reading the bambee’s post (i was even tempted to ask for “ilaga”). but after looking reading around I found some bits that suggest otherwise. could it be that we are painting a one sided picture? some post say that the dela paz’ where arrogant.
    maybe both where.
    please read this article from a forum i found earlier
    http://www.pinoygolfer.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5801&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=pangandaman&start=180

  19. Ely Ho / Jan 24 2009 1:44 pm

    Let the courts do their job. While let us be productive!!!!! Monitoring this issue so much is a waste of time.

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