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On January 18, 1961, one of the most infamous murders in the 1960s jolted the entire nation after news reports came out about a policeman who committed suicide after shooting his very own wife, daughter, and son-in-law.
This story features the Cabading family murders. It was a tragic case of a father’s wrath that turned into a deadly rampage. Pablo Cabading, the father, persuaded Lydia, his daughter, and Leonardo Quitangon, his son-in-law, to stay and live at his residence on Zapote Street located in Makati, which was then part of Rizal province.
What seemed like adjusting to a father-in-law’s eccentricities turned out to be more than that, as Pablo was a very difficult person to deal with. He refused to let his daughter and her husband live freely on their own, so to keep the family intact, blinded by rage, he ended up murdering his family.
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