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The German, Thomas Heger, who was arrested in the Philippines, is experiencing a very bitter hour.

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Attorney De Baron looks at his wristwatch: “It should be 120k again. We really have a lot of work to do.”

“Yes, of course!” I repeat lost in thought. “120.000 Pisos!” Sarcastically, I say: “That’s only almost 2.400 Euros!” I look around and notice that my visitors from the village are looking at me. “Hey, how was your tour? How are the boys doing? What does the prosecutor say? Did you talk to this woman from the Youth Home?”

The group is silent. When I look into their faces, I immediately realize it’s better not to ask again. Nevertheless, I would like to know: “But the boys are doing well?”

Rica replies: “Our sons were very happy about the lunch, Tommy. They behave like children who have been torn out of their beloved families.”

I swallow.

“Snatched from their parents!” Matthey says bitterly and curses: “Damn, we miss the boys in every nook and cranny!”

Vicente sobs: “Tommy, they long for the village.”

“Homesickness,” Lang explains.

I stroke through my hair frustrated.

Aunty Edin tries to improve the mood with optimism: “Come down. The young educator is nice. They are well taken care of in the Youth Home and it can’t take that long until your boys are able to return to you.” She asks the attorney: “Sir De Baron, how long can the BSWD hold the children?”

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The parents, relatives and some friends talk to the sons, who are still under custody of the BSWD Youth Home.

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Kagawad Jacub Castro stays with the driver of the Jeepney and some other friends from the village in the parking lot of the Youth Home of the BSWD. They park in the shade under huge mahogany trees, silent and smoking. This arrogant chief prosecutor has hurt us a bit. I do not want to face this again, Jacub muses bitterly. And I definitely don’t feel like meeting these BSWD Tugalm City employees now. What a blow of people these officials are, that’s well-known. Give people just a bit of power and immediately they become unpleasant contemporaries. No, I can do without these people and their stupid chatting now. Escandor is enough for me for today. He’s tired of thinking. How good that a flatbed of the Jeepney is unoccupied. Kagawad snaps the Marlboro away, makes himself long and dozes off on the spot.

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What a joy of reunion! Aboy is visibly under stress and can’t decide who to fall around his neck first: his father Romolo, big brother Silas, uncle Richard or uncle Wilfredo with aunt Rosita? Beside himself with joy, thick tears run down his round cheeks. Silas helps the little brother to blow his nose and dries the tears from his face. Uncle Richard and Wilfredo and his wife Rosita are amused by Aboy.

Richard smiles mildly: “Aboy, you’re just pretending you haven’t seen us for a month.”

For Aboy, two weeks is like a month. He smiles crookedly and sobs a little: “But that was a month — wasn’t it?” He sniffs himself in Sila’s little cloth, grins from one ear to the other, pulls something out of his trouser pocket and then opens the children’s fist: “Look here, I lost at the dentist! Didn’t hurt at all.”

Papa Romolo, Brother Silas and all others laugh.

Aunt Rosita strokes the nephew’s hair: “You’re already a big boy.”

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Philipp has squeezed between Vicente and Mik. His head is alternately on mom’s or dad’s shoulder. “I miss you so much!” he says sadly. “When can we finally go home?”

Vicente recalls that the chief prosecutor did not answer Rica’s question about when the children would be allowed to return. That’s why she has no answer and whispers: “I think, soon, Phil. The police are already done with the investigation. Why should they keep you here?”

Phil is satisfied and sighs: “And Tommy? Can he go back to the village soon?”

Mik replies: “Certainly, Phil.”

Phil and his four fellow sufferers look with wide eyes at the treats that Aunty Edin and Rosita have set up on the table of the canteen. The educator Ma’am Burque and
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Sam also seeks parental care and sits contentedly between Rica and Ernesto. He puts both arms around the necks of his parents. His big brother Jonathan stands behind Sam and massages Sam’s shoulders. Happiness is written on Sam’s face.

Rica watches the preparation of the table with food brought along: “Look what we cooked for you.”

“Yes, mom and dad, it’s almost like a fiesta in the village or a birthday!” replies Sam happily.

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Dan lies half on his mother. “Mom, did you cry?” he asks worriedly, wiping a little smeared eye shadow from Lang’s face with his cloth. Lang doesn’t like that at all. Dan gives her his little cloth and now she wipes the outer corners of her eyes herself. “No, no, I didn’t cry, Dan, I just swallowed myself earlier and had to cough.”

“Mom, I finally want to go back to you, please. Take us with you today!” His four friends from the village nod.

Jan, Dan’s big brother, stands next to his father Matthey and massages his left hand: “Dad, the boxing class! My teacher got boxing gloves, pants and a t-shirt for me! And now I’m not there. That’s not fair!” He looks briefly at Ma’am Burque, who is busy and distracted, and whispers sadly: “The BSWD is mean!”

“Everyone knows this my son,” Matthey replies emotionless. “We lack you in every nook and cranny. You on my many construction sites and Dan in the house. No one brings mother water and collects firewood. It can’t go on like this. You have to go back to us.”

“Yes, dad!” Jan replies briefly and massages his father’s hand more firmly. Dan also nods.

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Fremde Länder, fremde Sitten. Da hat Heger, ein sympathischer Mensch, die besten Absichten und rutscht in eine Situation, die an Horror grenzt. Die Vorwürfe sind schlimm und könnten sein Leben zerstören. Was auf ihn zukommt, ist nervenzerreissend, haarsträubend und deprimierend. Er muss im Gefängnis die schlimmen Machenschaften um ihn herum ertragen. Ja, es kann immer noch schlimmer kommen. Wie wird es enden? Sehr spannend und extrem realistisch geschrieben.

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The parents and Kagawad [Mayor of the village] after visiting the prosecutor’s office.

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The parents and the Kagawad have the horror on their faces. Aunty Edin and some others of the villagers jump up from their chairs as the group sneaks into the restaurant.

Aunty Edin shouts: “Not good?”

The answers are silence and lowered glances.

Kagawad, who always delights his surroundings with a boyish smile, looks badly battered. His eyes, which are otherwise bursting with zest for action, now lie deep in his face and his weather-tanned, healthy brown face color has an ash-gray hue. He, who always walks upright and proudly through life, sits curved, with a glassy look and wordless at the table. Aunty Edin and the others are confused and worried. The mothers Rica, Lang and Vicente have whiny faces, still sobbing and sniffing their noses from time to time. Vicente seeks comfort and puts her head on Aunty Edin’s shoulder. Aunty Edin’s little daughter immediately strokes Vicente’s hand and stammers: “Aunty Cente, all is fine, don’t cry.” The fathers Ernesto, Matthey, Mik and Romolo look grim and sit down at the big table, cumbersome and silent.

Ernesto suddenly cries out: “I said it right away, there is no point in going to the public prosecutor and there will be no point in talking to those from the BSWD. If only I had listened to my inner voice and I wouldn’t have gone here. At home, a broken net is waiting. I have to check the boat also. The holes in the hull are getting bigger and bigger and tonight we want to go fishing.”

Rica looks worried and admonishes her husband: “Ern, think about your blood pressure, please don’t get upset!”

Matthey gasps: “After this guy right now, I have absolutely no desire for the two employees from the BSWD.”

His wife Lang immediately protests: “But the children know that we are in the city. We have to visit them.”

Vicente, Rica, Aunty Edin and the teenagers Jonathan and Silas are also horrified. Vicente cries: “We can’t do that to the boys. I want to see my Philipp!”

Aunty Edin’s daughter hands Vicente her children’s handkerchief: “Don’t cry, aunty.” Vicente strokes the child’s hair.

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The two guards at the reception of the Hall of Justice did not expect this rush. After a short consultation with the Chief Prosecutor of the City of Tugalm City Sir Escandor, the parents and also the Kagawad, in his function as mayor of the village, are allowed to enter the building. Before that, however, they register in the book for visitors and undergo a body search. All other villagers are not allowed. They decide to go to the next street restaurant on the spur of the moment.

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Now the group sits somewhat undecided in the office of the chief prosecutor. The parents wait and look around respectfully. When have they ever talked to such a high-ranking person? Only the face of Kagawad Jacub Castro shows determination. He, as an elected mayor, is used to dealing with higher employees of the state, even if it is not commonplace for him.

First, a secretary appears and is surprised by the many visitors. A few seconds later, the chief prosecutor also enters his office. He looks at the parents and smiles tellingly. Kagawad would call it mocking. Escandor sits down at his opulent brown mahogany desk, clears his throat and says: “Well, you are the parents of the five boys who were picked up together with a German in the hotel?” He looks at Michael (Mik), Rica and Lang: “Some of you are known to me. What brings you to me so surprisingly?” He clapped his hands encouragingly: “What can I do for you?”

Ernesto and the Kagawad exchange nervous glances. Then the Kagawad raises the word: “Sir, excuse us for visiting you so unannounced and thank you for taking time for us. I’m with the parents in my function as local mayor — as Kagawad of the village — where all parents and children live. My name is Jacub Castro, sir.”

Michael harshly interrupts the Kagawad: “And Tommy, Thomas Heger, who also lives in the village!”

His wife Vicente pushes him barely visible to the others, and he falls silent.

The chief prosecutor grins wider. His secretary, who is busy at a small desk at the laptop, wincing, but then continues to work unmoved.

Kagawad Jacub Castro looks at Michael in disbelief and continues: “Yes, um, Sir Escandor, with all due respect, sir, but we all agree that Thomas Heger is innocent.”

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Michael is already hugging his wife Vicente. Meanwhile, I greet the parents and my friends: Ernesto and Rica Restito and their son Jonathan, Matthey and Lydia Barcella, she is only briefly called “Lang” by everyone and Romolo Taslig Senior, who came with his son Silas. I am happy about my friend, the local mayor Jacub Castro, who is called “Kagawad” by everyone and am also happy about the nice-looking Marielou, who brought her parents Wilfredo and Rosita Taslig. Mikel-Loy and his uncle Richard Taslig are torn between the joy of meeting and the worried pity they feel for me. In the faces of my visitors are joy and sadness. Frank’s neighbor from the village, she is the owner of the Jeepney, everyone calls her “Aunty Edin,” has even brought her four-year-old daughter. The child cheerfully calls my name when she sees me and immediately makes arrangements to hop on my lap after I have taken my seat again. Aunty Edin’s husband, like many Filipinos, is a seaman and at sea. Vicente’s mother Marie-Ann, a born Taslig, carries a large bag of cooked food, drinks, bread and fruit, which she places at my feet. Smiling, she says: “For you, Tommy. You must pray! Don’t forget to pray!”

I nod and croak a faint: “Thank you.” A lump presses on my vocal cords and I try to wash down the dumpling with a sip of mineral water that comes out of the bag.

There are other young people from the village. Some of whom I don’t even know by name. They nod encouragingly at me with a standing smile and remain silent at a distance on the walls. Now everyone looks at me expectantly. Suddenly there is a depressing silence. The seconds pass and it bursts out of me: “What is your plan? Who do you want to visit first? The prosecutor, the attorney or the children? Do you want to talk to the police?“ I’m looking at Officer Sarang.

“Oh, Ma’am Papillio apologizes. She has an important appointment with the boss, um, with our major.”

Kagawad replies: “Franco said the attorney wouldn’t come back to his office until around one p.m. We’ll first visit the prosecutor in the Hall of Justice. I hope he has time for us.”

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Grauenvolle, unglaublich spannende Geschichte – Aufeinanderprallende Kulturen!
Der deutscher Ingenieur Thomas Heger landet unter merkwürdigen Gründen in philippinischer Polizeigewahrsam. Er muss dort unter menschenverachtenden Bedingungen ausharren und um seine Unschuld kämpfen. Die Anschuldigungen gegen ihn wiegen schwer und ist einer Hysterie geschuldet, die nun einmal in Ländern wie diesen anzutreffen ist, wenn es um Sextourismus, Missbrauch und der Gleichen geht. Die kulturellen Unterschiede sind groß und machen.es dem Deutschen schwer, eine Strategie zu seiner Verteidigung zu entwickeln. Wer genau liest, wird feststellen, dass der Deutsche ständig Hinweise bekommt, wie sein Problem zu lösen sei. Es sind Asiaten und sie sprechen Probleme und deren Lösungen nur ganz selten ganz direkt an. Und so versteht Thomas Heger die vielen Andeutungen in Halbsätzen nicht, kann das Puzzle nicht zusammen bauen, bzw. merkt erst viel zu spät wie übel ihm mitgespielt wurde und wird. Für den Leser allerdings baut sich die Geschichte mit Hegers Augen auf und so kommen dann auch einige Aha-Effekte ans Tageslicht. Der Autor weiß den Spannungsbogen geschickt einzusetzen, gönnt seinen Lesern aber auch einmal kurze Pausen zum Luftholen, wenn er zum Bsp. in blumigen Worten über das karge ländliche Leben oder so sehr liebevoller über klebstoffschnüffelde Straßenkinder oder die angeblichen fünf kleinen Opfer philosophiert. Das ist so realistisch beschrieben, das einem die Augen feucht werden. Alles in Allem ein großartiger Roman, der auch als Thriller oder Drama durchgehen könnte. Manchmal ein wenig zu Langatmig, was der Spannung aber nicht schadet. Es gibt nocht viel über Asien zu lernen. „Clash der Kulturen“ wäre ein passender Untertitelt gewesen. 5 Sterne für Idee, Umsetzungen, Spannung und Unterhaltung!

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Alone in the Philippine dungeon, the German Thomas Heger comes up with stupid thoughts.

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I’m frustrated and outraged. My story would never happen to a Filipino. No one would call the police. Just because I am a foreigner, the police have been called! Wherever the anonymous caller comes from — the village or from Tugalm City — it doesn’t matter. The fact “Foreigners” plays a decisive role. This is nothing more than a man-hunting for foreigners and racism! Or is this about money? About bounty? Perhaps the Youth Welfare Office receives subsidies or is financially supported in the event of complaints of abuse? The non-governmental organizations in the world can exploit this story extremely well for their purposes: the collection of donations. If only I had just gone back to Sendong City on the same day! “A foreigner with five little Filipinos at the hotel.” To me, too, this sentence sounds spectacular. A story with this headline certainly sells brilliantly in the media. I roll back and forth on the bet-mat: Isn’t this really about me or about the alleged victims, namely the five boys? Is this just about some people’s profiling addiction and above all about money? About my money? Is it about donations to governmental or non-governmental organizations? I can only guess. Did I approach the story too naively? What could I have done differently — better? Should I have insisted on my rights much more aggressively from the beginning? But if that had led to the goal — my release? Would the police then treat me as courteously as they have done so far? This Attorney De Baron seems to be a mistake. I couldn’t have known that. I want to give him one more chance. He must immediately submit an application to lay down the proceedings for lack of evidence and should not torch for long, but immediately submit the application for bail. Something must finally be done – as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, I stand at the lattice bar door of the cell and shake it slightly, but I would rather hit and kick wildly against it. I have to hold back so as not to shout from the full throat: “Fuck in the hell, finally let me out of this inhumane hole — that lousy dungeon! Not even animals are kept like that! What gives the Philippines the damn right to humiliate me like that? Release me!”

But finally, there! Officer Sarang hurriedly arrives the corner of the building. In his hand he carries the key chain.

Frustration and anger give way to boundless joy when Officer Sarang cracks the padlock and squeaks the cell door. “Your friend Mr. Kabaltos is already waiting. He bought breakfast. But I think you probably need a shower first.”

“Oh yes, a shower and a good coffee, that’s what I need now. A new day, sir, let’s see what it brings.”

“I hope only good things, Mr. Heger.”

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