The Chinese government executed yesterday three Filipino drug mules, Sally Villanueva, Ramon Credo and Elizabeth Batain.
They are the first three Pinoys who was sentenced to die through lethal injection because of drug trafficking.
But another Pinoy is a dead man walking, unless the government succeeds in its clemency appeal.
As of today, there are 209 Filipinos with drug related-cases in China according to the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Seventy-six Filipinos are in line the death row but were given two years reprieve.
The cases of the three executed Pinoys should serve as an eye-opener to our fellowmen to refuse any invitation to be a drug mule and the government also to take necessary actions against the international drug syndigate who victimize innocent people just to get the illegal drugs going.