Rosal and her companions were not allowed to read the order presented to them. Their cellphones were also reportedly confiscated to keep them from informing their lawyer and members of human rights group Karapatan about the planned transfer of Rosal to Camp Bagong Diwa. Rosal, her companions said, was forcibly dragged to a wheelchair.
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The denial of health care can be considered an act that impaired Andrea’s free will or degraded her human dignity under RA 9745 or the Anti-Torture Act of 2009.”– Gabriela Women’s Party Rep. Emmi de Jesus
By RAYMUND B. VILLANUEVA
In this video, Andrea Rosal demands justice for the death of her baby Diona Andrea. “I hope that you would join me in my fight. I hope children would no longer be victimized. I hope my baby would be the last to suffer this injustice.”
By Carol Pagaduan-Araullo Streetwise | BusinessWorld Three seemingly unconnected events have been unfolding in the past days and weeks — the exposé on the “Napolist” or list of legislators acting as alleged partners-in-crime of pork barrel scam queen Janet Napoles; the death of two-day-old Diona Rosal, baby girl of Andrea Rosal who the military claims…
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective The dispensation of ‘justice’, or rather injustices, is so blatant in the Philippines that one could not help but ask: For how long would we allow these to happen? Let us take the case of three persons. On one side are former president and current Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and…
“We swear by baby Diona Andrea’s grave that justice will be served. Through collective efforts we will do everything to free her mother from the fangs of the devil that killed her and deprived her of her right to life.” – Free Andrea Rosal Movement
“I hope you would join me in my fight. I hope children would no longer be victimized. I hope my baby would be the last to suffer this injustice.” – Andrea Rosal
“If my baby were still alive, I would not mind even if I just had a little time with her. I know that once I am free, I would be with her. Three hours is not enough for our last time together.” – Andrea Rosal
“The regime could afford to give proper medical care to high profile detainees like Arroyo and Napoles, why did they not give proper medical care to Andrea and baby Diona Rosal?” – Vencer Crisostomo, Anakbayan
Andrea Rosal went to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) where her baby was. For the first time, she held her baby in her arms and cried.