‘Smith Ruined My Life’—Nicole

Press Release
Task Force Subic Rape and the Nicole Information Bureau

“He cannot blame me for ruining his military career and taking a year off of his life. It was he who ruined mine.”  

This was the reaction of Subic rape victim ‘Nicole’ to US Marine Daniel Smith’s statements published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer and Philippine Star last Monday.

Nicole revealed in her testimony on July 13 that this case has adversely affected her entire family.

Among others, she said she lost P40,000 monthly income from the DVD business she used to run before the rape incident. Her mother had to quit her job and her two older brothers’ jobs’ have suffered in the pursuit of the case. Her stepsister also had to reject a job offer and another brother had to quit school so they could help out in the family canteen that ‘Nicole’ used to manage. ‘Nicole’ said the family gets its income from this canteen. 

‘Nicole’ added that she has suffered from sleepless nights and depression since she was raped.

She also said she wanted to look for a job but couldn’t because she was afraid of what people might say if they find out that she is a rape victim.

 “I want to confront him. It was he who abused me. He is only reaping what he sowed,” she said.  

According to Task Force Subic Rape spokesperson Myrla Baldonado, it is Nicole who has to live with the horror of the rape. 

Baldonado added that tension is mounting as the trial of what is believed to be the litmus test of US-RP relations heats up.  

TFSR added that this case is not only about the rape of Nicole, but also about vindicating the dignity of Filipino women. In the heyday of the US Bases, no US serviceman was ever charged for various abuses committed against Filipinos.  

Task Force Subic Rape is a broad coalition of concerned women’s groups, organizations and individuals who are in full support of ‘Nicole’’s quest for justice.   

The Nicole Information Bureau, on the other hand, is the information arm of the Nicole Defense Campaign composed of student volunteers from the University of the Philippines.



  1. Schumey said,

    July 21, 2006 at 5:01 am

    Thanks for visiting my site, I’ve been following this case closely. I will inform my friends about your site. God bless and good luck.

  2. Schumey said,

    July 21, 2006 at 6:23 am

    You may want to correspond with Yuko. She has her own blog which discusses issues pertaining to women (especially Filipinas). Her site is, http://www.pinay-revolution.blogspot.com. She could give you some pointers on how best to face this situation. Please get in touch with her. She’s a good person.

  3. trix said,

    July 21, 2006 at 9:46 am

    hi. i’ve always been on a steadfast lookout for the rape case developments. i do wish nicole’s case gets justly resolved very very soon. these g.i. gringos ought to realize they can’t go on and on committing all sorts of crimes in developing countries with the disgraceful impunity to which they may be thinking they’re entitled. despicable.

  4. July 21, 2006 at 11:54 am

    thanks for the referral, schumey. will visit your friend’s blog. =)

  5. Schumey said,

    July 21, 2006 at 12:19 pm

    Always my pleasure to help in any way I can. Several bloggers are interested too. We must make every Filipino aware of what’s happening. I informed my blogger friends from Canada to the Middle East. I hope this all turns out well. My regards to Nicole and her family. We’ll be praying for her.

  6. Anonymous said,

    July 21, 2006 at 12:37 pm

    The average Filipino woman does not go into a bar far from home with men she reallt does not know. It is obvious what the motive here is about. Show me the money gringos.

  7. stoxbnx3 said,

    July 21, 2006 at 12:59 pm

    schumey: thank you so much! this battle must be fought in all fronts. i left a reply to your message in ellen’s blog.
    anonymous: nicole didn’t go into the bar with men she didn’t know. she was, in, fact, with her stepsister and a family friend.

  8. anna de brux said,

    July 21, 2006 at 1:03 pm

    Anonymous, you are sick! Do you really suppose Nicole wanted to be raped?

    I sincerely hope those rapists get convicted and jailed soon so that Nicole can try to go over this trauma enough to allow her to move on in life.

  9. anna de brux said,

    July 21, 2006 at 1:05 pm

    Anonymous is probably speaking from experience. He/She got gang raped when all he/she wanted was to get paid for one gringo fuck!

  10. Schumey said,

    July 21, 2006 at 2:34 pm

    Yuko will be getting in touch with you through Atty. Capulong. I think they’ll discuss the matter this weekend. I hope you’ll get a favorable result.

    Anonymous is one sick dude. A rape will always be a rape regardless of the personality involved. Better pray this does not happen to you.

  11. Schumey said,

    July 21, 2006 at 2:40 pm

    Send Ellen an email, her email addy is in her site. She will be your conduit for now. She’ll relay your message to Yuko. She’ll give you a contact person in Tokyo you can coordinate with.

  12. stoxbnx3 said,

    July 21, 2006 at 2:50 pm

    thanks, schumey. you’ve been such a big help. i’ll tell our bosses about this first.

  13. dave said,

    July 21, 2006 at 6:10 pm

    i think rape in all forms is a very serious matter, but from the postings here and in most of the news accounts and comments i see this case is not about rape. it is about the racist views of many filipino women.look at the statement “TFSR added that this case is not only about the rape of Nicole, but also about vindicating the dignity of Filipino women. In the heyday of the US Bases, no US serviceman was ever charged for various abuses committed against Filipinos”
    not true, even look at PREDA web site which during the US Base time was strong against the US presence and its impact on sex and sex crimes. they complained about the low conviction rate, but even they the organization driving for change was not so racist as to say never a conviction.

    because it is americans involved it becomes a political and another way to discredit the president. Why do the american authority have the right under VFA to keep those charged in thier custody? could it be because the UN has stated that the Philippines jail system is one of the 10 worst in the world for inhumane conditions? That unexpalined deaths in Philippine jails per thousand inmates is the 3rd highest in the world?

    I have search everywhere on the net and can not find any comment from TOWNS about the rape and murder of Aimee Fajardo. why did that not become a major issue? but wait there is no racist or political advantage in that case, the poor girls was kidnapped by filipinos, raped, tourtured and murdered but only 2 short news articles were written about her. no tv coverage. the fact that she was raped and murdered by filipinos who had been accussed of violent crimes before her case is not worth your attention.
    so read the two news articles below and explain to me and so that the family of the Aimee can see why the case of Nicole is worth so much more attention?

    I am sure that nicole has suffered because of this case and i feel sorry for her about that. but in my mind the majority of the suffering has been caused by womens groups who in presuit of thier caused have trambled over nicole

    feb 6 2006
    Freeport employee abducted, raped, slain

    An employee of a Subic Bay Freeport locator was reportedly abducted, raped and killed by five suspected New People’s Army rebels Sunday.

    The body of Aimee Fajardo, of 243 Manggahan, Subic, Zambales, was found at 4 a.m. at the Porac-Gumain control dike in Sitio Malalaba, Purok 5, Barangay Remedios, by Renante and his brother Marvin Lansangan.

    The victim bore three gunshot wounds in the head from a 9mm pistol.

    Reports said the victim, together with co-workers from Top Mechatronics Corp., a Japanese electronic firm in the Freeport Zone, attended a farewell party given by her friends for her last day in the firm after finishing a five-month contract.

    At 1 a.m. Sunday, the group composed of two women and three men was waiting for a jeepney ride when a van with five unidentified armed men suddenly appeared. The suspects identified themselves as NPA members. They then divested the five of their personal belongings, identification cards and clothes.

    The suspects then grabbed the two women but one of them screamed. Her male companions ran away. Only Fajardo was taken by the suspects.

    The Zambales Criminal Investigation and Detection Team is investigating the incident. JOURNAL.COM


    Subic rape-slay suspects nabbed in Pampanga

    april 2, 2006 By Ding Cervantes – PhilStar

    ANGELES CITY —Backed by lawyers and some “influence,” they seemed to have gotten off lightly despite the police tagging them as “thrill killers” involved in at least seven murders and other crimes in Central Luzon, Metro Manila, and Southern Tagalog since last year.

    But after they allegedly raped three women last March 16 and robbed their Angeles City apartment of cash and valuables worth P331,000, they apparently had pushed their luck too far.

    Senior Superintendent Policarpio Segubre, Angeles City police chief, said the suspects, Rodel Tiglao and Melvin Dizon, are now behind bars and face charges of multiple rape and robbery based on the complaint of the three women.

    “We effected the arrest while the suspects were attending classes at the Pampanga Agricultural College (in Magalang town) despite initial protest from school officials. The rape victims were with the policemen and they identified the two as their violators,” Segubre said.

    Segubre said two other suspects, both still unidentified, in the rape-robbery are still at large.

    Mayor Carmelo Lazatin commended Segubre for the arrest of the suspects, saying the two were also involved “in senseless killings, robberies and rape cases” in the city and neighboring towns.

    Last month, police picked up Tiglao and Dizon after they were implicated in the execution-style killing of three male youths in Barangay San Francisco, Mabalacat town last Feb. 3 and in a robbery-killing in Barangay Pandan here last Feb. 5.

    Sebugre, however, said the two were later ordered released by the city prosecutor’s office due to some technicalities in their arrest.

    Senior Superintendent Dindo Espina, Pampanga police director, described the suspects, including their two cohorts, as “thrill killers.”

    Police earlier also tagged Tiglao and Dizon in the killings of a policeman in the City of San Fernando last Dec. 14 and a barangay security volunteer and the wounding of three others in a holdup in Barangay Panipuan, also in San Fernando, last Dec. 27.

    They were also implicated in the kidnap-slaying of a female employee of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority whose body was found in Lubao town last Feb. 6.

    “More charges are to be filed against them. I am appealing to the other victims or their relatives to come to the police and testify against them for the other crimes they are believed to have been involved in,” Segubre said.

  14. Schumey said,

    July 21, 2006 at 7:53 pm

    Discredit the president? Yeah sure, we’ve heard this spin before. Nobody believes in what the spinmeisters in Malacanang say. Politcal maybe to some but not all. Have you looked back in time and asked why we have so many Amerisians? What about them? Just innocent victims to some old romance gone sour. They do not deserve this, so does Nicole. I suppose you would love to see the Americans back so they can prostitute our women and children. So can wave their mighty dollar in the faces of starving, desperate Filipinos. Yup, so they can use our people for their target practice. Do you see any “good” legacy the Americans left behind? We don’t look at things in this country as just plain politics, we analyze and discern using values and not merely on whose side of the politcal fence we are on. The U.N. never had any guts to face up to America. They never lifted a finger when America invaded Iraq. Without the leaks of American abuses, the world would never know and no soldier would have been punished. When they discriminate against their own countrymen, what prevents them from treating other nationals as dirt? At least the criminals you mentioned are now languishing in jail. So what if our jails suck, stay clean and you won’t have to experience our jails. Try to compare our VFA with treaties America entered into with our Asian neighbors, you’ll see the “big” difference.

  15. Karl Garcia said,

    July 21, 2006 at 11:15 pm

    Thanks to Schumey I have learned about this site.

    The anonymous felllow’s comment was really sick.

    And Smith actually complaining that his life is now ruined…How one sided could one get?

  16. Karl Garcia said,

    July 21, 2006 at 11:21 pm

    Nicole,many Filipinos are behind you,stay strong!

  17. nony said,

    July 22, 2006 at 12:34 am

    okay yan, gusto ko rin magbigay ng support. Nakakapag dalawang isip lang dahil, like it or not, she placed herself in that situation. It does not mean that okay ng i rape siya, kung tunay nga ang paratang niya, pero it looks like she promoted the situation. Di ba siya na rin ang nagsabi na lasing na lasing siya?

    Pina lalaki ng mga interest groups at ng media ang kasong ito dahil lamang sa isang bagay. Hindi dahil sa rape case yan dahil araw-araw ay may ni re rape sa ating bayan. Di lang ang katawan ngunit ang kaluluwa. Ang tunay na dahilan ay amerikano ang inaakusang ng rape. Iyan ang yunay na dahilan.

    Sa tingin ko, maraming babae ang may malungkot na kalagayan tulad ni nicole. Sa hirap ay napipilitang maghanapbuhay sa bar, ang mag hostess.

    Ang ugat ng kasong iyan ay walang iba kung hindi yung reyna sa malacanan. Sa kanyang kawalanghiyaan, pag sisinungaling at pagnanakaw, lalong humihirap ang common tao.

    Nicole, harinawa hindi ka isang tawana brawley.

  18. arnold said,

    July 22, 2006 at 12:49 am

    “Among others, she said she lost P40,000 monthly income from the DVD business she used to run before the rape incident. ..”

    This is a little hard to believe and will have to be proven. If not, it may work against her. People might think nicole and his lawyer are trying to get some kind of monetaty settlement.

  19. stoxbnx3 said,

    July 22, 2006 at 8:00 am

    arnold: according to nicole’s and her stepsister’s testimonies, there was someone at IIO who approached them and suggested that nicole agree to a settlement, but she chose to pursue the case because she wants to fight for her dignity. she is not after the money.

  20. Schumey said,

    July 22, 2006 at 10:58 am


    I look at things not just politically or based on personalities. This case touched me so much because a former girlfriend was raped too. Sorry if you see this case differently. Rape is rape.

  21. Arthur See said,

    July 22, 2006 at 7:10 pm

    My sympathy goes to Nicole. But, one question keeps popping in my mind: Why was a decent woman like her in that kind of place? A woman who drinks, gets drunk and dances with strangers especially foreigners like these Marine rapists raises questions as far as her character and background are concerned.

  22. arnold said,

    July 22, 2006 at 9:28 pm

    ninfobureau, in the courts it is not unusual to plea bargain or settle out of court. All i am pointing out is that P40,000, among other things at that, is a large amount of monthly income which she claims to be making.

    This case has been politicized. Nobody in their right mind would condone rape. But at the same time it is also wrong to pre judge. Both sides of the case should be looked at fairly.

    If the accused were not americans, would it get this much publicity? Of course not, since at nony points out, “dahil araw-araw ay may ni re rape sa ating bayan.”

    If these soldiers are guilty, then they should be punished to the full extent of the law. But until then, let us have an open mind. Hindi naman tama na pag nag point out ng tanong e sang-ayon na sa rape.

    Huwag tayong parang mga red necks na bitay kaagad ang gustong mangyari. Huwag tayong makitid ang isipin.

  23. vic said,

    July 23, 2006 at 10:25 am

    In most of our Rape cases the presiding judge won’t even allow the jury to hear the victim’s background or character, becuase it is irrelevant to the case. The Case involve the commission of the Crime of Rape, which is the consumation of sexual act by force or without the consent of anyone party.. The case of Nichole become a ’cause celebrae’ for quite a few reasons.
    1. To test the agreement between the two governments regarding the treatments of its nationals.
    2. The circumtances and the alleged maneuvering before and after the case was brought before the court for hearing.
    3. The precedent that it will set between the administration of Justice regarding the lowly regarded victim and the highly regarded suspects and to measure the fairness and equality of the Philippine justice system.

    Further the reason that why so many victims of Rape remain unresolved because of the attitude of our Police Authorities and the Justice system as a whole that the victims themselves were partly to blame for the crimes. And nothing can be further from the Truth. Rape is a very SERIOUS Crime and each and everyone case should be investigated and pursued without regards to the victim backgrounds and proper relief for those who are falsely accused should be considered. We also don’t want to send an innocent person to the gallow or life in “hell”..

  24. stoxbnx3 said,

    July 24, 2006 at 7:49 am

    arthur see: even the most promiscous prostitue has the right to say no. the victim’s character and background should never be an issue. the only point here is that there was no consent.
    arnold: this is not just any rape case. it has something to do with our foreign policy and how our government is willing to protect its own citizens when faced by a world power. our government has been reluctant in prosecuting the accused.

  25. Alexander said,

    July 24, 2006 at 7:51 pm

    I have been following this case, and I can’t help but get the feeling that, at least from this blog, the soldiers are already deemed guilty? You have taken the side of Nicole based on what you have read, and think you know, and rejected the side of the soldiers. What grounds do you have to crucify these men? Were you there the night of the alleged rape? Did you see with your eyes how it went down? How often has a woman left a bar with a man that lead to intercourse? That, as far as I know, is extremely common. But now, Nicole is crying party foul. For what reason I ask?
    1) Maybe she really was raped, and she wants justice.

    2) Maybe she wants money. I understand she has a boyfriend back in the States and wants to get to him. That sounds like a good reason to go for the money to me. Not sure about the family money issues since this case broke, that has yet to be proven.

    3) I read that Nicole has asked the charges be dropped in trade for an American visa, but her mother and other supporters have been urging her on with the case. WOW!

    4) I have read that her story is now becoming thin and starting to fail. I have read that she was drug out by her wrist yet witnesses recall seeing her carried out on the back of a soldier. A piggy back ride? If witnesses recall her piggy backed out, where is the force in that? Furthermore, a family friend notioned that the soldier(s) take care of her while they were dancing. This friend is a lousy friend, or a person who did not feel threatened by the dancing. If Nicole were really all that afraid, wouldn’t it have been readily obvious to the family friend?

    5) Perhaps after the alcohol wore off, she was then ashamed at what she had done. Perhaps she was worried that her boyfriend back in the States would find out she had a one night stand. Crying rape is an easy way to hide the reality of a blissful night brought on by a poor decision.

    Truth is no one really knows what happened that night except Nicole, and the soldier(s). Reading this nonsense gives me a real sick stomach about your cause. If you really wanted the facts, you would search hard to find them. Instead, you pal around in this virtual gang with your loud one-sided opinions, and slam anyone who questions you. A million scenarios could have taken place that night, and all you know is what I know. What I have read. You find the pieces that fit your needs and compound upon them to build your case.
    I can agree that no woman wants to be raped. And if she was, she can make the claim that her life is ruined. I am sure the feelings she must carry are unbearable. But, you can you possibly discredit the soldier for saying his career and life have been ruined. He may very well have thought he had a fun night on the town, consensual sex with a nice girl, and then his world is turned upside down by a nasty lie by a woman with a goal and a purpose who will use anything in her power to get what she ultimately wants…whatever that is. The door swings both ways, it is unfortunate that your minds do not.

    I know you will shoot this comment down, and write plenty in response, but any open minded reader can see the one-sided discussion here. Most of you slammed “anonymous” for the blog calling it sick. What is really sick is you verbally killing potentially innocent people, regardless of their nationality, color, or profession. The truth will never shine through the darkness of hatred and prejudice.
    I will continue to watch the case unfold. I will have to trust that justice has been done either way. I only hope that the real truth unfold, and politics and years of hatred to not come back to plague the soldiers should they be innocent. If people like the owners of this board are making the decisions, may the whole world shutter, justice will have then been lost.

  26. July 25, 2006 at 10:02 am

    1. if we had indeed crucified these men, we would not have written “alleged rape” instead of “rape” or “accused” instead of “rapists.”

    2. you said that what we know is what you also know. you also said that we sided with nicole simply because of what we read. how wrong you are, because we know more than you. we, in fact, know things that are not even reported in the news.

    3. yes, witnesses saw her taken piggyback out of the bar while she was unconscious. force? maybe you should read the legal definition of rape. it’s on the left side of this blog.

    4. money? visa? she and her american boyfriend even broke up because she chose to pursue this case!

    5. so you read somewhere that nicole herself wanted to drop the case. may we know who your source is? you should have checked the credibility of your source. that’s the proper way to appreciate an information. we spend time with nicole, so we know that she herself is determined to pursue this case. no one forced her. someone, in fact, tried to bribe her but she chose to pursue the case.

    6. is that how you see women? objects to have “good time” with? may the lightning strike you then.

  27. anna de brux said,

    July 25, 2006 at 11:27 am

    I agree with Alexander that a million scenarios could have happened during the rape of Nicole.

    A million scenarios indeed, in which 4 big, powerfully-built, trained American soldiers abused a naive Filipina girl called Nicole. These 4 able men who have the moral duty as United States Marines troops is to protect the weak (even if she or he wasn’t one of theirs) degraded and dishonored their own uniform and betrayed their own military calling when they physically abused a young, defenseless woman.

    Abusing an alcohol-intoxicated girl is never an honorable thing to do. Forcing oneself on a woman who is in no position to defend herself physically or intellectually is called violating a woman and even in the United States, an act of that nature by a group of physically strong and mentally agile young men on a woman who did not have her wits about her at the time the act was committed is tantamount to rape.

    And yes, Alexander, a million scenarios could indeed have happened in the same manner that these 4 American soldiers wouldn’t be where they are today had they decided to opt for one of the million scenarios available to them during that night – to say “no” to the beast in them.

    If and when the Philippine courts find out that what they did to Nicole is criminal in nature, these 4 American soldiers deserve to be hanged. Fortunately for tyour ‘friends’, Alexander, the Philippines has just outlawed the death penalty.

  28. anna de brux said,

    July 25, 2006 at 11:31 am

    Dear nicoleinfobureau,

    I would like to donate 100 euros to the Nicole fund. Please tell me how my sister in the Philippines can reach you for me.

    Thank you.

  29. July 25, 2006 at 3:02 pm

    thank you, anna de brux. please tell your sister to call (632)637-4260 or (632)637-4259 and look for nina yuson or imelda villar of TOWNS.

  30. Jose Lopez said,

    July 27, 2006 at 9:43 am

    I wish to react to a misguided anonymous comment made on July 21, 2006 at 12:37 pm.

    To quote, it said, “The average Filipino woman does not go into a bar far from home with men she reallt does not know. It is obvious what the motive here is about. Show me the money gringos. ”


  31. Anna de Brux said,

    July 28, 2006 at 8:41 pm


    Thanks for the contact numbers. I will contact my sister tomorrow and give her your numbers to know where exactly she can transfer my small donation.

    Thank you and my heartfelt wishes for a speedy trial.

    Please tell Nicole “chin up” for me.

  32. stoxbnx3 said,

    July 29, 2006 at 7:40 am

    i’ll tell her that. thank you so much! =)

  33. katt said,

    July 30, 2006 at 1:53 am

    this “why was she there” is perhaps the prevailing sentiment since ‘Nicole’ came out and up to now when the court proceedings are already running. this is a serious problem, a cultural problem of how women are perceived and boxed in, unfortunately, the mindset of the majority. again, a woman NEVER deserves to be persecuted because she chose to go to such places. it does not lessen the gravity of the crime committed against her. it is clearly RAPE, and the simplest “NO” coming from her would suffice. she does not need to have bruises all over her body in order to prove that there was use of force or the sex was not consensual.

    this stupid viewpoint even strikes me as funny. it’s like saying that an OFW is mauled and abused by his/her employer because he/she chose to find his/her luck in a foreign land.it’s a logical fallacy. things are beyond our control.

    in fact it is also contentious to call it an “alleged rape.” a professor of ours at the UP journalism dept said that while the perpetrators are not yet established, the survivor is certain that she was RAPED. so why call it “alleged”? but of course this works as a matter of covnention, too, because of the “objectivity” that the media would perhaps like to maintain.

    even other forms of sexism are present, among others the distorted view of sex workers (or prostitutes, in more common parlance) in the country. ‘Nicole’, first and foremost, is not a sex worker. but are sex workers less of a victim (when they have been raped or abused) because of their profession? in news, the articles are often pegged on someone being a “prostitute”, which already implicitly says that “hey, he/she deserves it, he/she put his/her self in that position.”

    true. ‘Nicole’ represents the Filipino people. not only the women in this case, because the crime committed against her also vouches for a bigger political exploitation: our subservience to American-imposed policies via the VFA. so let us do everything we can (even us students) to win this fight. let us fight this American rape, this patriarchal mentality. Nicole’s justice would be ours in the end, too.

  34. stoxbnx3 said,

    July 30, 2006 at 10:31 am

    ditto for everything that you said, katt.

    but may i know who your prof is? the use of the word “alleged” is for legal purposes. while we are campaigning for nicole, we have to observe proper use of phrases in writing the summaries of court proceedings. we would be liable to the court if we don’t. we have actually struggled and debated on this one, but in the end, we chose to observe the journalistic standard.

  35. trix said,

    August 3, 2006 at 9:03 am

    can i get a hell ‘ya?

    sure nicole’s case is receiving extensive publicity, but none of that is happening at the behest of the so-called interest groups to which arnold makes abrasive reference. of course it’s political–if by political, we mean taking sides within an overheating debate over incoherent ideals. and sure so many other rapes go unpublicized. but if only by way of emphasis the media can cover the entire breadth of rape cases (including, both reported and undocumented), then i’d be painting the town shocking red. including male rapes. just because the dizzying majority of rape cases here elude most of us, does not mean nicole’s should be overlooked too.

  36. dennis said,

    August 25, 2006 at 1:52 pm

    hi guys i am from denmark and wil be visiting philippines in februar with my filipino friend, those 4 motherfuckers americans hang them thats all from me they rape here in philippines they rape in iraq kill those fucking americans it makes me more and more to hate america

  37. DaSweetSpot said,

    August 30, 2006 at 9:00 pm

    Something is rotten in the state of Denmark –

    Why don’t you get your head outta your filipino boy friend’s ass and stick your finger in a dyke ya wanker…..Are you that Frederick fucking Anders, starting shit Again?

  38. bryan said,

    November 7, 2006 at 11:55 pm

    yah dennis i bet ur a a bastard of a slut!of course come home and u can fuck nicole!be our guest!scrumbag!

  39. Anonymous said,

    November 10, 2006 at 9:26 pm

    What about, “Nicole ruined my life”-Smitt. this supposed to be the title of this blog.

  40. bryan said,

    November 13, 2006 at 1:47 pm


  41. kitty said,

    January 21, 2007 at 4:53 pm

    Per Randy Escolango, a lawyer for the woman’s family, that seven new witnesses would describe the gruesome ordeal. They are prepared to testify that the woman was dragged like a pig into the van and later dropped off from the vehicle after the allege crime, he said. They would also testify that they saw the Marine quickly board a US naval ship docked at Subic after the incident. First posted Nov. 16, 2005 Subic, Agence France Presse.

    Gerald Muyot failed to record in his logbook the unusual event he noticed while manning his post on the evening of Nov. 1, even while he managed to jot them down on a small piece of paper. He showed the court how Lance Cpl. Daniel Smith carried the drunk victim on his back and load her onto the Starex van.

    Another expert witness for the prosecution, Dr. Kenneth Go, a medical toxicologist from the Philippine General Hospital, approximated that Nicole had a blood alcohol level of 445.2 mg/dL. A blood alcohol level between 400 mg/dL and 500 mg/dL is “a very dangerous situation to be in. That should be considered an emergency because you can lapse into a coma or even die,” she added. First posted 04:13:35 (Mla time) 2006-09-19 Tarra Quismundo

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