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Albayalde at Duterte papanagutin! - Hustisya

Palala nang palala ang kultura ng kawalang-pananagutan sa mga krimen na nagawa higit lalo sa hanay ng Philippine National Police (PNP) na madalas na nasasangkot sa kidnap for ransom, pamamaslang sa gera kontra droga, at pakikipagsabwatan sa iba’t ibang mabibigat na krimen. Ito ay pinatutunayan sa isasampang kaso laban kay dating PNP chief Oscar Albayalde at iba pang kasamahan nito, ayon sa grupong Hustisya.

Karapatan welcomes Robredo’s ICAD report, pushes for justice and accountability for “drug war” victims

Human rights alliance Karapatan welcomed the release of Vice President Leni Robredo’s report on the “drug war,” in her short stint as co-chairperson of the Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD), which showed how the Duterte administration’s brutal and anti-poor drug war has been a “massive failure.”

“Who’s stopping visits to political prisoners this Christmas?” rights group laments

Rights group Hustisya lamented the reported disapproval of their requests for friends and supporters to visit political prisoners days before Christmas.

“We are disheartened that we were not able to hold our regular Paskuhan with the political prisoners. We cannot help but ask, who’s stopping spending simple Christmas gatherings with them?” said Evangeline Hernandez, Hustisya chairperson.

Conviction of Ampatuan massacre masterminds a long-deserved win for families of victims – Karapatan

Human rights group Karapatan welcomed on Thursday, December 19, the conviction of 28 suspects, including Datu Andal Jr. and Zaldy Ampatuan, in the infamous Ampatuan massacre that brutally claimed the lives of 58 individuals, including 32 journalists who were supposed to cover the filing of the certificate of candidacy of then gubernatorial bet Esmael “Toto” Mangudadatu.
“We welcome the court’s decision to convict Datu Andal "Unsay" Ampatuan Jr.

Australian missionary Sr. Patricia Fox expresses solidarity with 80-year-old nun Elenita Belardo

Sr. Patricia Fox, NDS, the Australian missionary deported by the Bureau of Immigration last November 2018, expressed solidarity with Sr. Elenita Belardo, RGS, an 80-year-old nun facing a trumped-up perjury case filed by National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon, Jr. 
Sr. Patricia Fox immersed herself in missionary work in the Philippines for 27 years, but was targeted by the Duterte government for her active involvement in issues of human rights.

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