Posted by: Chuck | April 27, 2013

American businessman was shot dead in the coffee shop


English: Capitol building of the Province of C...

English: Capitol building of the Province of Cebu, located in Cebu City. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Good day dear friends a big hello from the Big House. I wish you all the only best on this day. Yesterday while the Sun was beating down we experienced brownouts throughout the day and with no electrical service no air conditioners were pumping cool air. Between the increasing heat and no electrical service, brownouts and cabin fever made us all squabble throughout the day. By the end of the day we all were miserable. We pay far too much for our electrical service and for some reason known to the politicians; no reason was given by the warm chair holders. As Gomer Pyle might say in hillbilly voice, “Welcome to my World.” Hells bells he might be running the whole thing!

English: Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral, also...

English: Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral, also known as Baguio Cathedral, a Catholic cathedral located at Cathedral Loop, adjacent to Session Road in Baguio City, Philippines. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

An American businessman was shot dead in the coffee shop he owned at his Cebu City residence Tuesday morning. Investigators have yet to determine the motive behind the killing of Jeff Watt, 62, who was shot at point-blank range by a man who barged into the shop around 7:51 a.m. at the corner of Swaziland and Surinam streets inside Better Living Subdivision. The Chief of Police Senior Supt. Andrei Felix said they had ruled out robbery since nothing was taken or touched inside the establishment during the shooting. Watt and a female helper were opening the shop for the day’s operations when an armed man entered and approached the American, who was then seated. The intruder shot Watt twice in the head with a .45-cal. pistol, Felix said. As the helper screamed, the gunman fled by joining a cohort who was waiting outside on a motorcycle that had no license plate.

Watt was pronounced dead at the hospital. Watt left behind his Filipino wife and their two children. The victim’s wife told investigators that she was not aware of any enemies her husband may have had, Felix added. Felix said the establishment had a security camera but the footage that morning still had to be reviewed and cleaned by experts. Watt’s cell phone was also sent to Camp Crame to be checked for any text message that could help establish the motive or the identity of those behind the killing.

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