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Angeles chief prosecutor block evidence of Laude family

Centerlaw Release
References: Atty. Harry L. Roque Jr. (hroque@roquebutuyan.com) and
Atty. Romel R. Bagares 09328798422

Lawyers for the family of the transgender murder victim Jennifer Laude blasted today Angeles City Chief Prosecutor Emilie Fe M. 428 more words

Center For International Law

Technicalities matter

“Ako ay nalulungkot sa posisyon ng Amerika. Masyadong teknikal ang kanilang interpretasyon ng Visiting Forces Agreement,” the Senate president said over radio dzRH. (I am saddened with the position of the US.

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Institutions

Take custody of Pemberton now

With the issuance of the warrant of arrest against Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton of the United States Marine Corps for the murder of Jennifer Laude, it is now incumbent on the Philippine government to insist on custody over the person of Pemberton. 1,159 more words

Jennifer Laude

Thousands march in Manila against military accord with ‘imperialist’ US

RT | December 1, 2014

Thousands of anti-war protesters marched in the Philippine capital calling for an end to close military ties between “warmongering” Washington and Manila.

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United States

Post Colonial Analysis of ABS-CBN's TV Patrol

TV Patrol is a news program daily aired on ABS-CBN. It is anchored by Ted Failon, Noli De Castro and Korina Sanchez. Applying post-colonial analysis on the text, we can tease out elements that manifest the cultural dimension of colonialism of the Philippines. 512 more words

ABS-CBN

IMPERIALISM, TRANSPHOBIA AND MURDER: THE CASE OF JENNIFER LAUDE

By Michael Roderick
Staff Writer

From Time Magazine covers and Emmy Award nominations, to best-selling novels and countless public appearances, trans* individuals have become much more visible in the public spotlight of American popular culture recently. 1,131 more words

POLITICS

Business interest should prevail over anti-American sentiments

It has been reported that nine US Navy ships scheduled to arrive in Subic this month until December have decided to cancel their port calls due to “anti-American sentiments” in the country after a US Marine was implicated in the slaying of a Filipino transgender in Olongapo City last month. 342 more words

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