Friday, January 21, 2011

@NAIA New Modus Operandi

Just reposting .. since this happened recently, its really sad that reforms by the present government still cant prevent these things from happening... read on..

I got this from a brother mason;

May I share with you what happened to my cousin Mabel Muncada last January 12 at the NAIA Airport on her scheduled flight to Bangkok via Kuwait Airline 412 (about 9pm).

At the last X-Ray Check (after immigration), certain lady inspectors played on her handbag and found a 9mm live bullet. Mabel was brought to a certain LAFORTALEZA (the lady inspector's "Hepe", slim built in his mid 30s) and she was verbally charged of some offense. Mr. Lafortaleza suggested a negotiation for the case for Mabel to pay any amount as bail. She wasdirected to be at the Bo's Coffee and prepare the money by wrapping it with paper. Having no other choice but to give in to the modus operandi, Mabel gave a $100 bill wrapped in a Bo's Coffee tissue paper. That was of course besides having no spare change or a smaller bill. Mabel was able to make it to Bangkok that night.

Mabel is a Teacher by profession and resides in Texas, USA. She visited the Philippines to check her mother Nanay Tonay who is now very old. She visited also a sister in Bangkok. I never expected Mabel to bring a bullet through the airport and embarrass herself. Her sister in Bangkok is an International Lawyer and she has also a brother in Nagoya, Japan who is a respected SVD priest. I know that bullet was planted in her bag of those unscrupulous people who are trying to earn a living out of foolishness.

I am sharing this to the Brethren so you can help other people. Those dishonest people are in the same working place with our own Brethren. I can feel that the families or our Brethren are always seeking assistance from the NAIA brods for a single reason, to keep away from troubles like the one that happened to Mabel.

Disclaimer: blogger cant validate the authencity of the incident