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maguindanao massacre: backhoe operator is named – Hanid Delayudin

this man, HANID DELAYUDIN, reportedly the backhoe operator is of particular interest to us. i think the backhoe operator in this mass murder crime is one of the most evil among them.

he was tasked to hide the evidence and proceeded to dig earth and bury the dead, including the vehicles the victims rode in.

i know this is being asked of all the killers, but i think this question has special meaning for this man – how could he have done what he did?

how can a man with a soul scoop up 57 dead bodies and bury them? did he think it was part of his job, just another day at work? how much was he paid to do his job during the day? is there a price that can compensate for such a task?

we hope the authorities catch up with him very soon. we would like to know how he looks like. we want to see his eyes to see for ourselves the eyes of evil.

Backhoe operator in Maguindanao massacre named
By Abigail Kwok
INQUIRER.net
First Posted 16:01:00 11/27/2009

MANILA, Philippines – (UPDATE) Police identified Friday the supposed operator of the backhoe found at the crime scene that was reportedly used to dig shallow graves for the more than 50 victims of the carnage in Maguindanao province.

Senior Superintendent Ericson Velasquez, chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detective Division, identified the operator as Hanid Delayudin, who remains missing as of this time.

Based on their interview with Engineer Landap Gunaid, the provincial engineer of Maguindanao, Velasquez said Delayudin failed to report to work on Tuesday, a day after the killings.

Because of this, Delayudin, a regular employee at the provincial engineer’s office, is now considered a suspect, Devanadera said.

“He was the assigned operator of the backhoe for that day. He has a lot to explain. Malaki ang maitutulong niya kung lulutang siya at magpapaliwanag kung bakit andun ang backhoe niya [He will be a great help if he will surface to explain why his backhoe was there],” Velasquez told reporters.

Based on records of the Maguindanao provincial engineer’s office, the backhoe found at the crime scene has been issued out since November 4 for a project in the area and was supposed to be returned on November 20, a Friday. The killings happened on Monday.http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view/20091127-238727/Backhoe-operator-in-Maguindanao-massacre-named

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  1. Pauline flores
    November 28, 2009 at 8:33 am

    i really was shocked too
    even if you just think of what happened, it already hurts a lot.
    as a filipino, i’m really sad to know that there are people
    here who are so greedy, that they will kill for power.
    even if i’m just a student,i really am concerned of what’s happening here.
    as my teacher said it’s not just an issue it’s a major issue..
    and all filipinos must be aware of it.
    it can even affect the country’s image..
    so let’s pray for the victims of the massacre and to have the justice they need.

  2. jose carbajal
    November 28, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    i think the ampatuans should also be investigated in conection with graft and corruption. how can a salary of public official afford to build luxurious mansions and afford to give salary at such a big number of private armies. They should be ashamed of being called public servants because they are not. They let the public serve for them instead.For how many years they have governed there place but the people sees no improvement in it, well maybe except for their big mansions. i could not imagine how they can sleep well at night time in the comfort of their soft bed and cold air conditioned room while their constituents are sacrificing a lot to survive each day of poverty.

  3. vic angeles
    April 29, 2010 at 4:58 pm

    can i request for a high resolution copy of your photo? and may i be permitted to use it? thank you. expecting for your soonest response. thank you.

  4. May 1, 2010 at 6:45 pm

    vic angeles :

    can i request for a high resolution copy of your photo? and may i be permitted to use it? thank you. expecting for your soonest response. thank you.

    we do not have copies of the pictures. please follow the link to find out who has the copies.

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