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[PODCAST] KRIMINAL: Duterte's biggest red-tagging spree

Lieutenant General Antonio Parlade Jr has been strongly criticized after he red-tagged actor Liza Soberano.

The general, critics said, accused Soberano of becoming a communist rebel without basis. Soberano only spoke at a webinar organized by women's rights group Gabriela.

Soberano is not the first and will not be the last to be red-tagged by the government.

In the latest episode of KRIMINAL, Rappler's crime podcast, we revisit the history of red-tagging and how it has been used by different administrations to stifle legitimate dissent.

The episode also discusses how the Duterte government used it for the biggest red-tagging spree in recent history even before Soberano was included.

Listen to the story of the infamous Red October conspiracy theory of 2018. – Rappler.com