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Ret. General Angelo Reyes on Scandal and Death

There are 33 comments on the Kawebspy.kawebspynet.com story from Feb 8, 2011, titled Ret. General Angelo Reyes on Scandal and Death. In it, Kawebspy.kawebspynet.com reports that:

I watched him on TV answering interviews by the media members since the time of the EDSA II People Revolution, then on the times when he's the secretary of different department during the time of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

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#23 Feb 10, 2011
Talagang gago wrote:
A man who commits suicide at the grave of his mother may not exactly be atoning for his sins. He may simply have sought eternal peace as the only way of extricating himself from the rot his commander-in-chief might have forced him to create, not for Angie Reyes, but for them.
He may have realized too late that his "betrayal" of Joseph Estrada, his commander-in-chief, for being corrupt, only left him in a bigger web of corruption of the leader he supported.
He supported Gloria Arroyo, So that they're the one can rob the government coffer. Now, That he got catch stealing the taxespayer's money he kill himself because his afraid to face his accuser.
Until the end he still protecting the people he help install into her stolen power while she's laughing all the way to the bank his 6ft. Under! Talagang gago. I guess the only reason he done that to protect all the loot they stole in order for his family to live like a king!
As stated, nothing has been proven.
Until something is proven beyond reasonable doubt, everything else we say is speculation.
We may be right, they may be wrong, but hard evidence is what is needed.
Even Rabusa or Heidi have not produced hard, documented evidence from what I see, but merely "pointed" to those they accused.
Sure, a good auditor can draw up a pretty power powerpoint presentation of how the money trail leads to somebody but proving that somebody has it in his pockets is something else.
The thing with corruption cases like these, is they are sometimes neutralized with a demand for a simple signed or witnessed "receipt".

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#24 Feb 10, 2011
Only fools believe that a man who spent the majority of his life handling firearms would shoot himself in the chest to end it all.
Anonymous

Philippines

#25 Feb 10, 2011
the true reason for the suicide in front of the grave of the mother is to simply put a lot of media heat on you. just like whats happening right now, we are discussing it. imagine if he did it in his bedroom, it will just be a plain case of suicide. thank you Angelo Reyes for giving us something to talk about...

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#27 Feb 13, 2011
Wow, ignorant and clairvoyant all in one package? You are really special. LOL!
DLS - CSB

Alasas, Philippines

#28 Feb 15, 2011
So guys... Karapat dapat bang ilibing say sa libingan ng mga bayani?
Hehe.. it's my H.W kasi Argumentative expository..:)) Help please

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#29 Feb 15, 2011
DLS - CSB wrote:
So guys... Karapat dapat bang ilibing say sa libingan ng mga bayani?
Hehe.. it's my H.W kasi Argumentative expository..:)) Help please
Everything that's been said anywhere regarding Mr. Reyes' guilt is speculative therefore his guilt or innocence is not proven, and in that case the law says he is innocent therefore as a member and officer of the Philippine military establishment and having served with distinction he is entitled to the right to be buried at said cemetery.

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#30 Feb 15, 2011
halohalo2 wrote:
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Everything that's been said anywhere regarding Mr. Reyes' guilt is speculative therefore his guilt or innocence is not proven, and in that case the law says he is innocent therefore as a member and officer of the Philippine military establishment and having served with distinction he is entitled to the right to be buried at said cemetery.
Once again, we agree on something. Those who have never served or taken an oath of allegiance know little about military code. His 'suicide' was anything but.

I find the display of Trillanes far more distasteful. He is a one trick pony who forgets his PMA oath and code. Ridiculing an elder superior, especially one who can no longer defend himself, is treasonous. From what I have learned over a decade in teh Philippines, it is also very un-Pinoy. Sad.
Guilty to the core

Victorville, CA

#31 Feb 15, 2011
TOO many are analyzing one of the last pronouncements of the late Angelo Reyes: "I did not invent corruption. I walked into it. Perhaps my first fault was in having accepted aspects of CORRUPTION as a fact of life."

Angie Reyes, Accept corruption as way of life because his getting richs with all the money they're getting from the government coffer. He just didn't know that his going to get catch with it.

He kill himself to protect the person he help install into her stolen power!
Arthur

Pacoima, CA

#32 Feb 15, 2011
Un-Pinoy to make an effort to break away from the very Pinoylike corruption. And no matter how little or no respect a junior officer shows to a senior does not merit suicide. To fight to the end is more like a soldier's code especially if truth is on his your side. In death he has surrendered his ability to defend himself. What do we ought to do? He saw triumph in his cowardly act. I beg to disagree.
morons united

Seattle, WA

#33 Feb 15, 2011
Cowards are too coward to kill themself aa in not afraid to face a certain death as they would surely known before they take their own life with very own hands coordinated with their own brains. In japan a disgraced man who lose dignity go on ritual before they end their life. That is very brave.

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#34 Feb 16, 2011
Bwahahahaha.

1) There is no death penalty in the Philippines. Reyes had help breathing his last. Only fools believe he committed suicide.

2) Are you still upset because you looked so stupid insisting that the majority of Japanese kill themselves by firearm to the chest?

ROTFLMAO!
Mga kawatan

Victorville, CA

#35 Feb 18, 2011
Valte, expressed that so far nothing has changed insofar as the PresidentÂ’s confidence in Cimatu is concerned.

Of course not. After all Noynoy need cimatu for whatever he want, He need him just like what Gloria Arroyo, Need these corrupt AFP. To help them succeeded in their endeavor. MGA KAWATAN.

Don't trust Noynoy, His only there for the money!
Mabuhay ang kawatan

Victorville, CA

#36 Feb 25, 2011
DLS - CSB wrote:
So guys... Karapat dapat bang ilibing say sa libingan ng mga bayani?
Hehe.. it's my H.W kasi Argumentative expository..:)) Help please
HE HE HE DIN. I don't care where you're going to buried this crooks! Just buried this kawatan.

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