because i can't seem to find the time to update my cover story over what's happening with Julia Campbell's case, i made a few researches about the follow up leads with the killing. i quoted below a probable summary that's enough to express the ideas on the recent activities regarding the suspect's surrender which i happened to hear over the news.
Taken from Foxnews.com:
Taken from Foxnews.com:
The man suspected of beating to death a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines gave himself up Friday and confessed on television, saying he erupted in rage when she bumped into him as he was fuming over a feud with a neighbor.
"I admit it, yes. I killed her, but I did not do whatever other people are thinking I did," Juan Duntugan told ABS-CBN television, apparently referring to speculation that Julia Campbell may have been killed during an attempted rape or robbery.
"I did not plan to kill Ms. Campbell, harm her," Duntugan said, appearing remorseful and shaking his head.
He claimed he dropped a bundle of clothes when Campbell, embarking on a solo hike April 8 to see Ifugao province's famed mountainside rice terraces, bumped him from behind.
"My mind went blank," Duntugan said. "I did not know who she was or what she was. I got a rock and I hit her on the head. If I can change my body for hers, I will do it. But that's not possible. Whatever punishment you will impose on me, I will accept it."
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In other news (wow...feeling reporter!):
My moderating chatroom dreams or whatever online schemes are put on hold when im at home because of our province's electric company 'blackout every two hours' project. well, it seems like a project for me because we've been experiencing it for quite some time now. imagine having the need to sleep in the middle of the day with the sun burning the house down without the aid of an electric fan, but you just have to because you're on a graveyard shift later! waaaaaah! i have no idea what it's for but jokes regarding the upcoming election connection is becoming a lot of fun.
FRIEND & ME TALKING: "i bet their having a ballot box exchange drill everytime the power goes down, and they haven't managed to perfect it yet..." (and so the blackout continues)
so for now... i have to go back to work and stop blogging... (like that's gonna happen!)