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The Massacre Friendly Philippines Does Forget

Two haunting events rocked the Philippines in the last six years that shaken its institution to its core. Yet, due to the fertile political priorities of Philippine congress, one issue is more important than the other.  590 more words

Current Events

Cordillera tribal ritual held for Mamasapano dead

MAGUINDANAO – The provincial government is constructing a new capitol complex on a roadside lot near scenes of ambush attacks in the 1970s to highlight the fragile peace now in Maguindanao province. 501 more words


Bet? Not End of Capitol Rigodon

So, a P500-million capitol building of Maguindanao will rise in Buluan, the hometown of Gov. Esmael Mangudadatu, reports MindaNews, January 20. The P500 million includes the P50 million for the 12-hectare site. 917 more words


Little stories from Mamasapano

The aftermath of the tragedy remains fresh. It was a fateful day that, just like a bad dream, still haunts the children’s memory.  724 more words


MSU-Maguindanao received LCD projectors donated by MEVI Eastern USA NYC Reunion

Delfin PapaJanuary 7. Acknowledgement Receipt of Donation from Prof. Delfin Papa of College of Fisheries and from Dr. Linang Monir of College of Education, MSU Maguindanao. 34 more words

Reaching Out

I woke up with a smile on my face knowing that I am not alone in my Truth advocacy after seeing the Anonymous’s declaration of war against Donald Trumph–the loud bigot who wants to seize the United States of America.

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Press Release: NAPOLCOM penalizes cops in Maguindanao massacre

From the NAPOLCOM Public Information Division

December 9, 2015

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) dismissed from the service 21 respondents; suspended 11; exonerated 21; and dismissed the complaint against 9 others for lack of jurisdiction in the case against the 62 police officers involved in the Maguindanao massacre that claimed the lives of 57 victims on November 23, 2009 in Sitio Malating, Barangay Salman, Ampatuan, Maguindanao. 859 more words