youth activism

WATCH: When activists are abducted and forced to ‘surrender’

WATCH: When activists are abducted and forced to ‘surrender’
A person and a motorcycle involved in one case of abduction are traced to the AFP's intelligence service

MANILA, Philippines – So far there have been 14 documented incidents of activists being abducted, and then forced to “surrender” as communist rebels supposedly returning to the fold of government. Some surrenders are quiet, some require big announcements from the military service.

Others are not documented at all.

Watch this special report on the two most recent cases involving four young activists who played their captors. They are alive, and ready to tell their story. In one case, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) found a smoking gun against the military’s intelligence service.

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