Justin Camoens Death Certificate

This is a copy of Justin Camoens' death certificate, that Adrian Camoens obtained for his brother Andrew at the latter's request.

A few years later, Andrew would accuse Adrian of "lying about dad's death, and therefore depriving me of getting closure." How is it possible to both lie about an event while also forwarding a medical and legal document summarizing it? What reason does Andrew have to continually attack his brother's character with false allegations?

"You, zenia, charles( the hairstylist) and I put up all the money."

Note: This email refers to a house in Brighton, MA that Andrew owned. In this email he confirms that his brother Adrian helped him purchase the house. The amount that Adrian loaned Andrew was $20,000.00 (Twenty Thousand Dollars), which represented almost 30% of the deposit. More information about the house, its sales history, and valuation can be found here.

"I keep thinking to myself that with all that you went through how much of a man you are, I can certainly can do the same. Thank you for being my inspiration. "

A rare email from Andrew where he paints Adrian in a positive light, doesn't attack Adrian's character with false allegations, and actually apologizes. This may have been the last apology Adrian ever received from his brother.

Christmas 1990

This is the Christmas card that Andrew sent his mother and brother in December of 1990 - almost two years after he dropped out of college. Note that he acknowledges the financial support he obtained from both his parents during this period.

The letter states that Andrew obtained $1500.00 from his father - aaccording to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, that would be the equivalent of $3,385.05 in 2022 when adjusted for inflation.

It's unclear how much money Andrew received from his mother, but the amount is believed to have been $2000.00. Andrew would cut his mother off completely a few years later once he secured his U.S. residency.

Dearest Mom and Adrian,

Hi How are you?
Fine I hope. Well I just recieved your check. thank you so much I started borrowing from people & now I can pay them back. I hate owing money plus you loose [sic] friends & w/ dad it's so uncertain when I can get money that my friends wonder if I can pay them back.

Everything is fine w/ me. I've spoken to Andrea she's o.k. as well. No luck getting dad however, it seems like no one is at home. He sent 1,500 through Andrea for me w/c was surprising. Anyway I'm sorry I couldn't call but I have to wait until I'm back in Boston. I'm in D.C. now that's why I wanted Vicky & Emmas # or address. I forgot their last names. I wanted to apply to the World Bank. Also CAN YOU PLS. send me a xerox copy of my birth cer. my passport expires 29 dec 1990

I hope Xmas was fine. I wanted to by alone but I had to drive my friend to D.C. to visit his girlfriend and I stayed w/ him & his girlfriend in his girlfriend's house. I don't know what I'm doing for my b-day but it's o.k. Adrian I wish you asked me for some things because I have alot of friends that go back home to manila & they'll be more than glad to drop it for you. I wonder did Ramon ever give you the t-shirts? I miss you both I want you to know that & hopefully I'll be home soon.

Love you both lots

[peace sign] & [heart sign]



This is the withdrawal notice that Boston College issued Andrew in 1989. This letter is significant, as it serves as proof that Andrew's parents provided him with financial support after he had already dropped out of college.

This directly contradicts Andrew's later claims that his father cut him off after Andrew moved to Boston, and that Andrew never asked his mother for money after he left college.

[Phone number]

February 13, 1989

Mr. Andrew S. Camoens
19 Polaris Bel Air III
Makati, M.M., 3116


As stated in a previous letter dated January 31, 1989 you have not completed financial confirmation for the Spring Semester. This letter is notice of your administrative withdrawal from Boston College, effective February 10, 1989. This letter has been sent to your home as well as your local address.


-You will not receive academic credit for Spring coursework.

-You will not be allowed to register for Fall 1989-90 Courses.

-You will not be allowed to participate in the Housing Lottery in March.


-Call [Phone number] for an appointment with one of our Credit Officers, between 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M, Monday through Friday.

This is the final notice regarding this matter.