On Friday, November 23, the Philippines will commemorate the Maguindanao massacre, the worst election violence in the country's history which happened 3 years ago. But the main suspects, members of the Ampatuan clan, are very much around. Rappler research shows that 74 members of the Ampatuan clan have filed their certificates of candidacy in 14 municipalities in Maguindanao. Of the 74 Ampatuans who filed their candidacy for next year's poll, 17 are incumbent. Two will run for higher office, while 15 will run for reelection. The clan, however, is not expanding into other towns, but fighting it out in their current turfs. The Philippines, meanwhile, continues to be the deadliest place for media in Southeast Asia, according to a recent report of the Southeast Asian Press Alliance.