SC thumbs down Maguindanao massacre live coverage

The Supreme Court (SC) en banc has refused the live media coverage on the trial of Maguindanao Massacre. At the same time, in a seven-page resolution released on Monday, the High Court partially granted the motion filed by former Maguindanao town mayor Andal…Read More

Maguindanao gov to hold office in rival clan’s town (July 25, 2012 3:33pm)

COTABATO CITY – Amid calls by President Benigno Aquino III for peace and solidarity with Muslim Filipinos in the advent of the Islamic fasting Month of Ramadhan, Maguindanao Governor Esmael Mangudadatu said he would start in August holding office in Shariff…Read More


After a year, I haven't posted an update on the massacre's trial proceedings. Sad to know that until now there's no lighter side of the case... But, I'M SO HAPPY still that there's a lot of people out there supports the campaign. Each day members grew bigger…Read More

Mangudadatu: Vizconde's fate won't befall massacre case

MARK DALAN MERUEÑAS, GMANews.TV 12/15/2010 | 01:49 PM Because of the testimonies of eyewitnesses, last year’s massacre of 57 people in Maguindanao province will not suffer the same fate of the Vizconde massacre case, a relative of one of the victims in the…Read More

Ampatuan camp denies bribery accusation

Mark Dalan Merueñas/KBK/RSJ, GMANews.TV 12/16/2010 | 04:13 PM A lawyer for an Ampatuan family member on Thursday denied that his client offered as much as P300 million to have the charges against some members of the powerful clan dropped in connection with…Read More

Maguindanao massacre cops undergo cross examination.

MARK DALAN MERUENAS 12/01/2010 | 06:39 PM Two policemen who testified in court regarding the November 23, 2009, massacre in Maguindanao province underwent cross examination on Wednesday, with the defense camp bent on destroying their credibility. The two…Read More

A year after Ampatuan massacre, photographer still missing...

JERRIE ABELLA 11/25/2010 | 04:46 PM Koronadal City -- The massacre in Maguindanao on November 23 last year was doubly devastating for 38-year-old Ma. Reynafe Momay-Castillo. She did not only lose her father — Reynaldo Momay of Tacurong City's Midland Review…Read More
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