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Antonio Enriquez

Antonio Enriquez

Fictionist. Hunter, fisherman,reader
Associated tags : pieces, short stories

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Antonio Enriquez's name

Antonio Enriquez's name

Work of folktales, historical pieces, fiction and nonfiction: stories and novels set mostly in Zamboanga Peninsula and Maguindanao. Chabacano pieces.
Antonio Enriquez Antonio Enriquez
Articles : 20
Since : 17/08/2010

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Waterlogged Files

Note NOTE : Clipping was still a bit damp, so we miss a word. Is it ‘courageous’? Enriquez Collection: Lapuyan Subanon Giant Phingi. Drawing Estarte The Waterlogged Files #02 “Death Squads Cross the Pacific” New York Times , Monday, November 19, 1984. Not one but three treacherous murders: first Benigno Aquino, then Alexander Orgullo, now C

The Waterlogged Files #06

The Waterlogged Files 06 “Murder in Broad Dayligh” Time: November 26, 1984 -- So commonplace is violence in the southern Mindanao seaport of Zamboanga City that Mayor Cesar Climaco, 68, tallied the killings on a billboard outside the municipal hall. The mayor, a leading critic of the regime of President Ferdinand Marcos, last week became such a
The Waterlogged Files #02

The Waterlogged Files #02

Note NOTE : Clipping was still a bit damp, so we miss a word. Is it ‘courageous’? Enriquez Collection: Lapuyan Subanon Giant Phingi. Drawing Estarte The Waterlogged Files #02 “Death Squads Cross the Pacific” New York Times , Monday, November 19, 1984. Not one but three treacherous murders: first Benigno Aquino, then Alexander Orgullo, now C

Silver Platter

Lets hav dis strayd: did former President & former layt Dictator Marcos's police chief, Mr Ramos, say he handed over da solution to da Mindanao Moro insurgency problem to impeached President Arroyo, and den passed it on to present President Aquino - 'on a silver platter'? Da corect phrase shud be: handed over Mindanao to Misuari on a silver platter
Waterlogged Files #01

Waterlogged Files #01

Enriquez collection: painting Saudi Did Mayor Cesar Climaco Foresee His Assassination? Here is a letter written by the late Mayor Climaco to his vice-mayor, Manuel Dalipe, before he was gunned down in the heart of the city before he was gunned down! . January 8, 1982 Hon. Manuel A. Dalipe Vice-Mayor City of Zamboanga Dear Manny: With reference to t
The Waterlogged Files #04

The Waterlogged Files #04

Note: You may not realize it, but you can’t read this during martial law ¾ ’72-’86. I got to read this myself only today as I typed it in my PC, having found it damp and muddy after Typhoon Sendong. Caught reading it then, I mean, during the Marcos dictatorship would send you finishing it in a military stockade and languishing in it for who
CopyrightCon Most Vile-Help

CopyrightCon Most Vile-Help

CopyrightCon Most Vile-Help Appeal: Philippine PEN International and UMPHIL: member of both. My historical novel 'The Revolt of Gueremon Tenorio' and short stories were posted in Zamboanga.com-webmaster.zamboanga.com, 2006. This vile deed was done without my permission and webmaster has been selling the novel 'in my behalf',' and filling his pocket
The Waterlogged Files #03

The Waterlogged Files #03

Note:Files are drying up faster than expected; so, we maybe able to put in our materials without having to miss a day or two. The Waterlogged Files #03 “Philippine Opposition Leader Assassinated” The Dallas Morning News, Associated Press, Zamboanga City, Philippines, Thursday, November 15,1984 ¾ A gunman shot and killed the popular mayor of Za

The Waterlogged Files #07

The Waterlogged Files 07 “A Coverup Most Foul” City Lights By Antonio Ma. Nieva Philippine Daily Inquirer, October 6, 1992 – Twenty-eight days to the eight year of his death by an assassin’s gun, Cesar Cortes Climaco’s ghost haunts the streets of Zamboanga City, restless, troubled by the truth that is denied him to this day in that other

Pork In Iligan City Hospital

This is going to be short, but not the least sweet! Just the other day - that it's still clear in my mind - a distressed friend of mine had this story to tell: She said she had brought her teen-aged son, who was bent with chest pain and rocking cough, to Iligan City Hospital, late morning last month. As she narrated to me her horrible experience at