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Mary Jane Veloso

Our Fellow Filipina Mary Jane Veloso miraculously spared from execution  

Mary Jane Veloso - a filipina domestic worker set to be executed in Indonesia over drug smuggling charges but claims to be a victim of drug smuggling, human trafficking, illegal recruitment and most specially, a victim of poverty which led her to leave her family to work abroad as a domestic helper hoping to have a better income in order to help and feed her family in the Philippines.

She got last minute reprieve early this morning after her recruiter suspected of duping her into carrying drugs to Indonesia turned herself in to authorities in the Philippines.

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 " the men check the powder… then the powder change to become solid! The men said.. you know this? I answer I don’t know what s that?? All laughing he said this is kind of Drugs a Heroin… Oh my God !!! my body feel so cold… I cant speak any thing… only I can do that time… cry and cry!!! Because I know my life finish!!! Because drugs is no.1 Illegal… "  - from Veloso narration of her story.

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Battle against illegal recruitment

Our Philippine government continues its battle against illegal recruitment specially working abroad but our fellow citizens should be fully aware of these programs specially on POEA because until now we still have victims of illegal recruitment. All applicants specially domestic workers applying to an agency should check and verify first the legality of the agency they are applying for. A simple check & browse to the internet - the website of the agency and its registration to the POEA & DOLE website, should be your first step of your verification & due diligence before applying for work. These simple steps can save you from harm and even save your life!

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