Journey into Disaster • Chapter 7.00. online • Visitors and an NGO •

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Novel

Journey into Disaster

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7.00. New day, new misfortune!

Some villagers visit Tommy who has been arrested in the Philippines and report on an NGO which visited the village to talk to the parents.

Excerpt:

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Vicente is worried: “Tommy, what about you? When will they set you free?”

Romolo seems more relaxed than last time: “Yes, Tommy, when do they dismiss that story and release you?”

Shyly I look at the officers sitting at their desks: “The police say nothing to the case. The public prosecutor has to see the file first. Only he has the power to decide how it continues. Today is Friday. A week ago, Sam and Phil asked to visit Tugalm City. What a stupid story! If we had returned the same day, and I would have given the children on this day back to you — Everyone would be happy now.”

Kagawad Jacub Castro turns to me: “Blaming yourself doesn’t help. Together we have to work on it, and we have to find out how to finish your story as soon as possible.”

I like that he says “we.” It calms me.

Romolo reaffirms the Kagawad: “With God’s help, we already do that. Tommy, I have better, stronger medicine, my pain in my knee and fingers are gone.” For demonstration, he moves the fingers like a piano player.

I congratulate the sympathetic Romolo for his painless existence.

Silas has eaten the sugar roll and swallowed it down with the last swig from its water bottle: “Tommy, last night visited us a strange foreigner in the village. He wanted to talk with the parents. Ernesto just went out for fishing. Matthew wasn’t back from work.”

Romolo exclaims excitedly: “The guy talked about helping our families. He was from a Christian organization, an aid association and had heard that a foreigner was supposed to have molested our children. Then he saw and examined my broken fishing boat and asked what the repair would cost. I honestly replied that it is beyond repair. So he said straight out, we should file a criminal case against you. Then he could help us. Help with a new boat and fishing net. The association he works for is in the Philippines for precisely this kind of help. I told him to leave as soon as possible.”

Romolo’s son Silas reports with sweeping gestures: “They were suddenly in a hurry. He looked at his fat wristwatch, what a showy thing! Then he climbed back into the big, air-conditioned SUV, said he would be back and roared away. What a horny sound from the thick exhaust tubes. The machine is definitely inflated on double power. Tommy, well that was an SUV! A real gangster cart! You do not believe that, Tommy! Huge, wide tires in size as for 48-tonner and this on chromed rims. The SUV — it can’t be different — black, with tinted windows and an extra driver! That was clearly the bodyguard from the foreigner. I bet he has a huge gun under the seat!”

Like all others, Vicente also listens to the funny, imaginative narrative. Then it is enough narrative and she interrupts the teenagers: “Good, that this man didn’t find our house!” Now she is very upset: “With such people we do not want to talk! We are your friends, Tommy!”

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