Since I failed to go to Myka’s wake and burial, I promised myself to at least write a post for her, somehow, I hope, this will help to push through justice. I am not a close friend, but I knew her, we spoke a few times and we took some subjects together. I asked for her help to guide me in writing this for her (spiritually).
Myka was my college classmate, she has an adorable and charming face, smart and lively at class. 21-year old lady geared with lots of dreams just like everybody else.
She was supposed to march with us last March-19, but wasn’t able to do so because she was murdered by her boyfriend.
Everybody was shocked and still hopes that Myka can receive justice.
We have studied how justice must be implied with every victim of the society. We are knowledgeable about the law, we studied and took it wholeheartedly. The reason why our university had included it in our curriculum is to know our rights, so please, to our officials, let Myka practice hers, let her family realize that there is still justice in our country.
To our officials: How long should we wait before Myka receives justice? Are you really doing your job? Or maybe just waiting for the money to make the process faster? Do you need cash to walk on your feet and search for the murderer? Does money make the world go round?
You say you’re trying your best to solve the case and put Von behind the bars, well I guess, this only proves that our police really sucks here.
Officials are also degree holders, they are supposed to protect the citizens and provide justice to victims. May they be reminded about their purposes in life.
Myka took seven rel-ed classes which every student in our university is
required to take. We could never miss the fifth Commandment: Thou shall not kill.
What’s the warrant of arrest for? For formality? Good thinking! Because her death was really formal, with 12 stabs back and forth.
God did not say, “Thou shall not kill, but can be freed without warrant of arrest”
She belongs to a graduating class, like her, we have our own dreams. At school, we were taught to believe in our country, to be better leaders of the country, to help the country go through crisis and be competitive, please don’t make our school wrong. How can we ‘believe’ when an amateur killer can’t be caught just because his dad was an ex-official. Where are the morals?
Do not blame the youth for building dreams outside this country, because this country kills dreams.
Do not be disappointed with these words because your actions are much more defying.
Myka did not die for the country like Ninoy Aquino, and Ninoy, until now have not received justice. Comparing a hero to a simple girl, should we conclude that this is a hopeless case?
Should we just accept that this is Philippines?
Prove me wrong and I’ll apologize, just give justice to Myka so she can rest in peace.
Be challenged and prove your titles sirs/madams.
May this post remind us all that we still are hoping for Myka’s justice, if she were still alive… she could have been building her dreams already.
If this is the kind of society that we have to belong, it is a big threat to security and safety of everybody. Officials, make us believe again.
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