You three are utterly disgusting. Your souls are dark.
And it's not just you.
Your parents should be ashamed that they spawned filth such as yourselves. Then they should be castigated for failing to raise you. Your homes must be as bad as you and there's no excuse for the lack of parenting.
Congratulations for making The Sick List and giving up any chance at living a normal lives. Also you can forget about getting laid...with a girl anyway. Life in prison should offer the three of you plenty of anal satisfaction, if you like that sort of thing.
For your sake, I hope you do because it's all you're ever going to get.
Why am I so angry?
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No bail for murder suspects
THREE teenagers beat to death with a PVC pipe, an iron rebar and a 2x2 wood a 45-year-old security guard assigned to the Marianas High School so they could steal laptops.
All will be charged with murder, including the two juveniles who will be tried as adults.
No bail was set for Eric Rabauliman, 18; Randy Igisomar, 16; and Edward Blas, 16, who separately appeared in Superior Court for a bail hearing.
Rabauliman and Igisomar appeared on Wednesday before Presiding Judge Robert Naraja for their bail hearing, while Blas appeared before Judge David Wiseman yesterday afternoon.
The three will return to court on Nov. 26 for their preliminary hearing and they will be arraigned on Dec. 1.
Chief Prosecutor Kevin Lynch said they have strong evidence against the teenagers.
“Under commonwealth law, a person who is 16 years of age or older, charged with murder, or rape or traffic offenses, shall be tried as an adult,” Lynch said.
The three will also face burglary, robbery and theft charges in relation to the Nov. 17 burglary that led to the death of Efren Ballesteros.
The two juveniles were remanded to the custody of the Juvenile Detention facility. Rabauliman was turned over to the Department of Corrections.
This is not the first time that CNMI prosecutors will try juveniles as adults.
In the 1990s, then 17-year-old Shawn Appleby was sentenced to 40 years in prison for the death of a businessman whom he shot in the head while he and his conspirators were looting the victim’s store.
Blas has been charged with theft, curfew violation and burglary in three other cases.
Detective Simon Manacop, in his affidavit, said Rabauliman and the two other suspects hatched a plan on Monday night to steal laptops fom MHS.
The three walked all the way from Chalan Kanoa to MHS unarmed. When they reached the campus, Igisomar suggested they obtain weapons first.
Igisomar picked a 2x2 wood. Rabauliman got a .5-inch PVC pipe and Blas took a rebar.
According to the affidavit, the three noticed Ballesteros who was resting on a concrete bench by the hallway in between MHS buildings A&B.
They decided to knock him down first before proceeding to the two classrooms where they took 12 laptops, the affidavit stated.
Manacop said the suspects told him they took turns in attacking Ballesteros.
“Igisomar said he swung the wood first at the security guard not knowing if he hit the shoulder or the head…. Rabauliman and Blas began hitting the guard with what they were carrying,” the detective said.
“After taking several laptops from inside rooms #B201/202, all three of them proceeded to the JROTC building where Blas informed them that there was money inside because they were selling fundraising tickets…. After taking the items, they went out and walked back to check on the security guard whom they saw was still laying down on the bench. Then they went out of the campus, the same way they went in,” the affidavit stated.
Ballesteros’ body was discovered around 6 a.m. on Tuesday by a maintenance worker.
“A skull fracture was visible to the right side of the head partially exposing the brain,” Manacop said.
Police who responded to the scene recovered the shattered pieces of the PVC pipe and 2x2 wood at the crime scene.
After taking the laptops, the three teenagers proceeded back to Chalan Kanoa.
POII Jason Tarkong, the acting public information officer of the Department of Public Safety, said Police Officer Mike Palacios who was patrolling the Chalan Kanoa neighborhood spotted the three at a laundry shop.
Inside the plastic bag that one of them was carrying were some laptops and a blue-shirt with blood stains, Tarkong said.
The arrest of the suspects was also made possible by an anonymous tipster to the Crime Stoppers, he added.
DPS is commending all the officers involved in the speedy resolution of this homicide case, Tarkong said.
He added, “I would like to recognize the hard work of Detective Simon Manacop, the lead case agent, Sgt. Sylvan Rangamar the officer in charge of [the Criminal Investigation Bureau], and their investigators for an outstanding job. In addition, I would like to mention good police work by Patrol Officer Mike Palacios for recovering the stolen items, and the Crime Stoppers tip that help lead to the arrest of the suspects.”