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MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE: MANY SUSPECTS STILL AT LARGE

PTFoMS vows to pursue killers

MANILA – The Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFoMS) on Tuesday said it is one with the nation in commemorating the Maguindanao massacre, which it tagged as one of the darkest moments in Philippine history and vowed to capture all suspects who are still at large.“We shall… Read More

Duterte admin to continue upholding press freedom: Nograles

MANILA – The Duterte administration will continue upholding press freedom, Malacañang said on Tuesday as the country commemorates the 12th year of the infamous Maguindanao massacre.In a Palace press briefing, Cabinet Secretary and Acting Presidential Spokesperson Karlo Nograles pointed… Read More

MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE: Fight for ‘full justice’ continues

Fight for ‘full justice’ continues for massacre victims

 November 23, 2020

GENERAL SANTOS CITY – The families of journalists here, who were killed in the grisly Ampatuan massacre on Nov. 23, 2009, vowed on Monday to sustain the fight for “full justice” for the victims — no matter how long it will take.The victims’ families reiterated the commitment… Read More

Gov’t won’t stop hunting down other Ampatuan massacre suspects

Justice has been achieved under the Duterte administration but many suspects remain at large

 November 23, 2020

On the 11th anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre, Malacañang on Monday vowed that government will continue hunting down suspects who are still at large and pursue charges against them.Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque made this statement to commemorate the massacre in… Read More

DOJ indicts 8 in second set of Ampatuan massacre suspects

MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE CLOSURE SHOWS JUSTICE WORKING FOR PRESS FREEDOM

UNESCO classifies Ampatuan massacre case ‘resolved’

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has officially classified the Ampatuan massacre as “resolved”, proof that the country’s justice system in safeguarding press freedom is truly working under the Duterte administration.

THE MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE by the Durian Post

Moez Chackchouk, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, announced this in his letter to Ambassador Theresa Lazaro, acknowledging the concrete efforts of the government in bringing to justice the suspects in the 2009 massacre. Read More

THE MURDERERS by the Durian Post

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MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE: P155.6 MILLION FOR VICTIMS’ KIN

The court has ordered members of the Ampatuan clan found guilty in the Maguindanao Massacre to pay a total of P155.6 -M to the heirs or next of kin of the victims of the mass murder in Maguindanao in 2009.

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JUSTICE SERVED. Relatives of the Maguindanao massacre victims accompanied by lawyer Harry Roque (3rd from right) flash the victory sign after the promulgation of the decision on the case in Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City on Thursday (Dec. 19, 2019). A decade after the incident, the Quezon City Regional Trial Court found Datu Andal Unsay Ampatuan, Jr., Zaldy Ampatuan, Anwar Ampatuan, Sr., and several others guilty of 57 counts of murder and were sentenced to reclusion perpetua (up to 40 years imprisonment). (PNA photo by Joey Razon)

The beneficiaries of the 57 victims, including 32 journalists, are entitled to damages ranging from P350,000 to P23.5 million as part of the guilty verdict on the main perpetrators of the crime led by Andal Ampatuan Jr. and Zaldy Ampatuan and three other members of the Ampatuan clan.
Quezon City Regional Trial Court Branch 221 Judge Joce­lyn Solis-Reyes, in her 761-page decision promulgated Thursday, sentenced the principal convicts to life in prison without parole and ordered them to pay a total of over P155.6 million in damages to the heirs of  victims. READ MOREREAD MORE

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AMPATUAN BROTHERS GUILTY IN MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE