By DEE AYROSO
Tags: Human Security Act (Anti-Terrorism Law)
By RONALYN V. OLEA
“Why wait for an actual injury when you have the singular opportunity to slay the dragon at first sight?” said Edre U. Olalia, legal counsel of the petitioners against the Human Security Act of 2007 in an interview with Bulatlat.
The Arroyo government has been keeping a secret political “list” of foreign nationals and some Filipinos residing abroad whom it doesn’t like. These foreign nationals have either joined human rights missions to the Philippines, signed petition letters demanding an end to extrajudicial killings, wrote about the government’s corrupt practices, lobbied their governments to end support…