Death of a Vietnamese fisherman, Filipinos' fault?

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    The significance of this event is that it shows the potential for incidents to occur between south East Asian nations without directly involving China.
     
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    Any updates as to the identity or nationality of the perpetrators?
     
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    Vietnam launches investigation into killing of fisherman in disputed waters
    4 December 2015 12:16
    Koel Chu


    Vietnamese officials have begun an investigation into the death of a fisherman who was shot in disputed waters in the South China Sea.


    More -> https://www.hongkongfp.com/2015/12/...to-killing-of-a-fisherman-in-disputed-waters/

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    Anyways...

    No updates yet. But it is suspicious on why the blame is put on us Filipinos; the Chinese Coast Guard in the area prevents Filipino fishermen, Philippine Coast Guard and Philippine Navy to go beyond Kalayaan Island which is part of Pagasa (Thitu) Islands.

    But here is what the surviving Vietnamese ship owner had said:

    They did not wear a uniform bearing the mark of any countries"

    So it could have been anyone, including a false-flag operations from the Chinese, or the Chinese could have paid some Filipinos or even Vietnamese that are in their pockets.
     
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