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A blog kahimyang.com revealed, through an article published last March 27, 2016, that Jim Parede’s mother was involver in the bombings during the Marcos regime. The article said that Jum Parede’s mother was a member of the terrorist gorup ‘Light a Fire Movement, whcih led by Steve Psinakis.

The article reads at first paragraph:

One almost forgotten chapter of Martial Law history was brought back to our consciousness with the recent death of Steven Psinakis, one of the leaders of a group called the “Light-A-Fire Movement”. It was a group of prominent people who decided that violence was the solution against “abuses” of the Martial Law. They perpetrated many terroristic bombings in Metro Manila in the early 80’s. They trained mostly in the United States, with targets here in the Philippines.

It was Vivien Velez though who first posted this information in her Facebook account about an hour ago as of writing this post, after the Jim Paredes’s incident yesterday, Saturday, at EDSA, during the 31st People Power Anniversary Rally. Velez’s post said:

Meron hugot kasi… Jim keeps harping about the EJK or the people who died from drugs when his own mother was very much part of the LIGHT A FIRE MOVEMENT along w/ Steve Psinakis. They were responsible for bombing different establishments here including the old Philippine Plaza where innocent people died. This was where Nonoy Zuñiga lost his leg! Guess who pardoned her mother when she got jailed? Cory… So how can he talk about killing the innocent when his own mother has blood on her hands!

Read Velez’s original post below:

Read the article here.

{Source: Kahimyang.com}

 

About the author: Baroy

 

Baroy loves to travel around the Philippines. He loves gizmos and toys. He is a social media marketing specialist and also a contributor for Cebu and Davao blog.

 

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