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This Twitter Account Summarizes Why Paco Larrañaga Should Go Free
Policies and conspiracies, explained via memes
by FHM Staff | Jul 19, 2018
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With the release of the upcoming movie "Jacqueline Comes Home" and the recent availability of the documentary "Give Up Tomorrow" online, the case of the Chiong sisters' disappearance which happened on the night of July 16, 1997 in Cebu City is once again in the spotlight.

Via social media, support for Francisco Juna "Paco" Larrañaga, who was primarily accused and convicted of the crime has been snowballing. For those unaware of the circumstances and issues of this case which happened 21 years ago, Twitter user @givUp2moru breaks it down for you in a series of tweets with memes to further drive the point. 

  

There are, of course, two sides to every story. And whichever side you find yourself in on the issue, what is clear is that despite all the media coverage, the prominent families involved, and all the efforts spent trying to uncover the truth, the handling of the Chiong sisters' case left a lot to be desired and that innocent lives were forever changed.  

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