Stabbed in the heart!

A 57-year-old kindergarten teacher was murdered by a snatch thief on Wednesday this week.

She was crossing a pedestrian bridge to get to her workplace when she was stabbed in the heart!

The suspect is believed to be in his 20s, judging from CCTV footage and eyewitness accounts.

The youngest daughter spent the entire night crying while hugging her mother’s pillow. She felt angry and hatred towards the monster who did this.

The residents are horrified that a tragedy had occurred so close to home.

It’s shocking. That’s the same bridge that children use everyday to go to school; that’s the bridge that many parents would drop their children to catch buses on the other side of the road.

One resident said she would not use the pedestrian bridge anymore.


Stabbed in the heart!

It hurts! And it hurts!

She had dedicated all her life to teaching children for many years!

And she had been a good mother!

What did she do to deserve this?!


Stabbed in the heart!

It is fate! It is fate!

Nobody wanted this! It just happened!

Everybody was frightened and horrified when more scary truths and stories were told! And the town was in turmoil. Meetings were held. Suggestions and plans were put forward.

Everybody was busy talking and suggesting.

Then the issue slowly dies down and disappears.

And it happens again!


Stabbed in the heart!

Who would really understand how the family feels?

Stabbed in the heart!

It hurts! And it hurts!



August 28, 2010 at 10:33 AM

this is horrible, reading another another horror story coming from a week of horror in the Philippines.. it's so saddening ... I pity that child crying all night...

how can this world sometimes be so unfair... whatever that monster's reason he still has no right to kill anybody ... sigh!


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September 4, 2010 at 10:04 PM

The ugly side of life. It was really horrible but remember as long as we are in this world we are not spared from pain and anger. We just have to ask help from above to keep us from danger.