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A media watchdog decries this as a fishing expedition meant to 'demonize independent and non-profit media organizations'
'It’s frustrating to know that the justice system in the Philippines is clogged and the people behind the killings are not yet convicted,' says journalism student Frances Acorda
Opposition members condemn the slow pace of justice for the victims of what remains to be the deadliest attack on journalists in the world
Even if the wheels of justice grind exceedingly slow, Katheryn Nuñez is willing to wait for the sake of her son who was among the 58 persons killed during the Maguindanao Massacre of 2009
The senatorial bet and former Duterte spokesman bares part of his eyed legislative agenda on the 9th anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre
‘I am confident that the prosecution has presented more than sufficient evidence, at least as against the principal accused, to secure a just decision next year,’ says Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra
'The Ampatuans have taken so much from the families of the 58 victims, we will not let them keep taking from us every time they are out from prison,' says Maguindanao Representative Dong Mangudadatu
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Ampatuan is captured on video waltzing with his daughter Kristina at her wedding reception on Tuesday, August 21
(UPDATED) Zaldy Ampatuan is one of the suspected masterminds of the Maguindanao massacre in 2009
The Court of Appeals denies the motion seeking to turn Police Inspector Rex Ariel Diongon, Police Office 1 Rainier Ebus, and Mohammad Sangki into state witnesses
A court decision on Akmad 'Tato' Ampatuan Sr and Anwar Ampatuan Sr is expected to be handed down this year
Zaldy Ampatuan loses another battle to be provisionally freed from jail over the 2009 Maguindanao Massacre
The Court of Appeals says prosecutors failed to present evidence that would link the cops to the massacre
The best way, they say, to engage people and remind them about the deadliest attack on media practitioners is through social media
President Rodrigo Duterte promises financial assistance and scholarships to the victims' families
Almost a decade has passed since the death of 58 in the Maguindanao massacre – will justice be served soon?
8 years and 3 administrations later, no convictions have been made
Here's the status of the Maguindanao massacre trial in numbers
(3rd UPDATE) It's been 9 years since 58 people – including 32 media workers – were killed in Maguindanao. What has happened since?
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The prosecution will ask the court this month to render judgment on Akmad Ampatuan Sr and Anwar Ampatuan Sr, says Presidential Task Force on Media Security chief Joel Egco
The court s affirmation can later be used as basis for a forfeiture case against the jailed former governor
The Court of Appeals affirms that the evidence against Datu Sajid Islam Ampatuan is not strong enough to deny his right to bail
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The elder Ampatuan liked to buy houses and lots cars and firearms but the Ombudsman says he spent so much more than he earned
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says the prosecution team will ensure that Andal Ampatuan Jr and Zaldy Ampatuan are convicted in the next few years over the Maguindanao massacre
If passed into law HB 4502 will direct DepEd CHED and PCOO to organize consciousness raising activities on the freedom of the press and the elimination of all forms of violence or impunity
UPDATED Will the worst case of election related violence in the Philippines reach its resolution under the Duterte administration?
The Department of Justice gets a P2 051 billion boost in its proposed budget for 2017
After the defense panel rests its case which they vowed to do soon the case will be up for decision says the Chief Justice Ma Lourdes Sereno
Palace Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says the draft of the EO for the task force on media killings is already up for review
Duterte spokesman Salvador Panelo a former Ampatuan lawyer quells fears that he can influence the incoming president on the Maguindanao massacre case
Other journalists want lawyer Salvador Panelo to be dropped as Duterte s spokesman
Salvador Panelo serves as the legal counsel of Andal Ampatuan Jr before quitting in 2015
Vice President Jejomar Binay says Sajid Ampatuan a Maguindanao massacre suspect is out on bail because the evidence against him is weak
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The 20 cops did nothing as the killings took place and are dismissed 6 years after the massacre
Where do we get the license to call one country s deaths senseless and another s set of deaths typical?
The trial drags on as relatives of the 58 victims wait for justice
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Victims relatives lament the slow pace of justice
Reynafe Momay Castillo asks the question as she counts the sixth year since she lost her father in the tragedy
Rappler lists down what happened during the months leading to the 6th year of the worst case of election related violence and media killings in the Philippines
The Aquino administration obtains a bad net rating on only one issue – obtaining justice for victims of the 2009 Maguindanao massacre
The Philippines has dropped to 4th from 3rd on the 2015 Global Impunity Index but remains the only country within the top 5 impunity offenders not engulfed by conflict and acute political instability says the Committee to Protect Journalists
The bail petition of one of the main accused in the 2009 Maguindanao massacre is denied because of the strength of the evidence against him