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december 14, 2004 – death of would have been president fernando poe jr and the philippine daily inquirer

fernando poe jr., FPJ  or to his fanss “Da King” died four years ago. he was the considered as the King Of Philippine movies. an FPJ movie was a sure hit and would be remembered for years after and even across generations. but when he died, he was know for much more than that.fpj

but when Da King died on december 14, 2004 at 12:15 am, he was know for something much more than his movies. he died as the man who challenged president gloria macapagal arroyo in the 2004 presidential election.

not only did he run for president, he thought he won the election and so did not only his fans but the masa as well. he filed an election protest but his life was cut short before a final decision was made on his election protest.

like all other media, the philippine daily inquirer was on a hospital watch for Da King. PDI printed their december 14, 2004 edition like all other days. but something happened. and this is what PDI did that is next in WAWAM!

read it here: http://the-wawam-file.blogspot.com/search/label/fernando%20poe%20jr.

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  1. wilfredo p. buluran
    March 6, 2009 at 5:05 am

    i believe that fpj won in the 2004 presidential election.the philippines should be freed of this election fraud or cheating.it is very embarrassing that one candidate won because of cheating.let us be more matured and fear that god will not support us if we are installed in bad faith.let the people and god’s will prevail.do not cheat for if we cheat we will be cheated as well.let the people install us into power.let their choice prevail so that there will be no problem in the future.it is better to live and lead by setting a good example rather than to lead by cheating the people.the voice of the people is the voice of god.do not forget that.

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