Character names were changed to protect the identities of those involved; however the sworn testimony given by those people during that trial is the basis for "One Wrong Move - Can Kill.
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Her interest in this Texas crime was instigated by her wondering about a person she knew who was involved. Character names were changed to protect the identities of those who wished to remain anonymous. This true crime novel details crimes that are completely fact based where characterizations, backgrounds and dialog are the tools Elaine Fields Smith used to create this hair raising and disturbing tale.
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What happens when a drug deal goes bad? Mayhem ensues.
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When a dealer does not pay the narcotrafficker for drugs he sold, he and his family are put into dire jeopardy. There is the essential chase by all involved and the final catch. Then, the trial. Friends are very important to me and play a pivotal role in my writing I live in the county from where Group members, some of whom had complained about being blocked by Pollo, began referring to the purported account owner by name.
Go rip his hair out. His professional history remains unclear. On her profile page, Rachel Pollo said she was a sales engineer at the Mandaue-based 7Core Communications. A company spokesperson told Rappler they had no employees named Pollo or Encabo. The spokesperson, who refused to be named, added that he knew Shielbert Encabo personally. What was clear was that Encabo and Pollo disliked the same people, insulted the same targets, supported the same parties, agreed on the same issues, possessed what appear to be the same sources, and used much the same language as one another.
Both accounts responded to criticism with their own demands for evidence and lie detector tests. The two have alternately denied acquaintance and claimed to be in contact. Thank you.
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Pollo did not limit herself to singling out politicians. Pollo said Manugas was guilty of child molestation, and insinuated Manugas had illegal drug ties. He said Encabo, a neighbor, had begun targeting his family after Manugas made public Encabo's alleged scheme to pocket funds raised for public events. Manugas addressed his nephew directly in a public Facebook post. Pollo responded immediately. L-R 1 A graffitied wall in San Fernando. Photos by Carlo Gabuco. Manugas, on his page, posted a screenshot of the Mijares post.
He told Rappler that while Encabo "really had no connection with intelligence people," he would exchange information with mayoral candidate Feliciano. Feliciano has yet to respond to Rappler's request for a follow-up interview. In the third quarter of , Facebook removed million fake accounts globally. Those pages included TNP Media, which had 4. In a statement to Rappler, Facebook admitted that while they will never be able to catch all the accounts, significant improvements had been made in detecting and removing fake accounts. They provided little new information beyond vicious attacks against the dead and support for Mijares and Pollo.
Most of these accounts, with the exception of Shielbert Encabo, had little to no public profiles, showing none of the daily interactions and circles of relationships that characterize legitimate Facebook pages. Rappler contacted the owners of each of these accounts through Facebook Messenger. None of them have responded. On February 3, Cebu Daily News reported that "a certain Neil Enriquez," with mayoral challenger Ruben Feliciano, had been invited by police for questioning over Facebook posts claiming that illegal drugs were behind the San Fernando murders.
While there is at least one other account on "Political Stories" using Enriquez' name, it was the Neil Enad Enriquez account that maintained a constant presence. Enriquez kept his face hidden behind the brim of a baseball cap on his profile photo. The cover picture is of a bullet flying from a gun.
Police said Enriquez had admitted to owning firearms with expired licenses. There have been allegations that Enriquez is actually the man behind the administrator account styling itself as Voxpopuli Voxlege. Rappler interviewed Enriquez over Facebook Messenger. He was unwilling to speak in person, or even over the phone, citing the recent death of his own mother that kept him at the family's wake. Rappler is unable to confirm if it was the former municipal administrator operating the Neil Enad Enriquez account.
A local Cebu reporter said he had arranged a meeting in with Enriquez through the Neil Enad Enriquez Facebook account, and confirmed that Neil Enriquez, the former municipal administor, had appeared for the meeting personally. While Enriquez answered Rappler's questions in detail through chat messages, the phone number he provided appeared inactive. Messages and calls to that number have gone unanswered, and there has been no response from the older Enriquez account. Attempts to verify his identity through other means have failed. For purposes of this story, all quotes attributed to Enriquez, unless specified otherwise, were sourced from statements made by the Neil Enad Enriquez account, including Rappler's question interview and the 1, posts and numerous comments the account posted on the "Political Stories" Facebook group from July to April Neil Enriquez described himself as the former campaign manager of the Canoy camp, and the municipal administrator under then-mayor Abe Canoy.
He told Rappler he had no plans to run for any future elective positions. He said he had declined offers from the Canoy camp to run as either vice mayor or municipal councilor. While his earlier posts were mostly innocuous, he appeared to gain confidence in late , launching into an almost reckless series of insults against Reluya supporters.
Many of the conversations deteriorated into name-calling from both sides.
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He saved most of his vitriol for the comments section. January 26 at am Vince Cruz Mendoza: Everything you say is recorded here councilor, you moron, someone should shut your mouth. After all, Donaire also happens to be his son's godfather. Mayor Reluya told Rappler it was Enriquez and her mayoral rival Ruben Feliciano who had been posting threats against her family.
As far as Rappler can determine from available posts, Enriquez stopped short of direct threats. We just comment on your antics. Enriquez told Rappler he was against anyone's murder, and that he has never tagged anyone as a drug dealer. He was correct, to an extent. Some had been raided and arrested.
Three of the four men ran and won under the Canoy ticket in , and, according to Comelec records, were registered independents for the elections. These translate to: "Always remember I haven't made mistakes in the lists I've posted. Don't worry, there will be a surprise.
Then Checkmate! Don't make a mistake! One click and you're over! Shielbert Alerta Encabo, allegedly Rachel Pollo, has been the target of multiple slurs attacking him for his gender and relationships. He was occasionaly tagged as a drug dealer. Many of the self-confessed Reluya supporters who were members of the page gave as good as they got. Enriquez has been called ugly, stupid, and a fat pig, among many other insults. By his own estimation, Enriquez wielded major influence. Certainly Enriquez lent his credibility to Salgo, Mijares, Pollo, Makisig, and Eyo, whether inadvertently or otherwise.
Their post or comment shouldn't be taken as gospel truths. Of her 20 publicly-available posts, Enriquez either commented on, or liked 18 of them, and often did both. He left requests for more information in the comments section.