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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Morong 43’
Press Release, July 4, 2013 “The appointment of Brig. Gen. Aurelio Baladad as commanding general of 3rd Infantry Division of the Philippine Army is an exemplary display of impunity under the Aquino government,” Cristina Palabay, secretary general of Karapatan said. Gen. Baladad is among the …
July 27, 2012 – “And so this is justice under Aquino — torturers are given plum positions in the military, and the rich, powerful and notorious human rights violators like Palparan and Arroyo are mockingly free as preying vultures. No wonder, Noynoy deliberately omitted anything …
Denial of bids to junk damages suits against Arroyo for rights violations paves the way for confirming truth and accountability in court
Press Release: 18 June 2012 – The National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (NUPL), counsel of several human rights victims today noted a significant initial victory in the efforts to stop impunity – a trial judge has kept former President Gloria Arroyo and her top military …
Military continues to spew “Goebbelish” claim health workers were not tortured, Pnoy must understand the subtext of command responsibility
Press Statement, May 5, 2012 “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military …
As Karapatan oppose CA confirmation of Morong 43 captors, torture, criminal raps filed vs. GMA, PNP, AFP officials
MEDIA RELEASE | May 3, 2012 – Eight of the forty three health workers, collectively known as the Morong 43, today filed a criminal case against Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Gen. Victor Ibrado, Gen. Delfin Bangit, Lt. Gen. Jorge Segovia, Col. Aurelio Baladad, Col. Cristobal Zaragosa and …