Growing up into a normal and religious family, arrested NDFP consultant Eric Jun Casilao wanted to be a priest in his younger years.
Tags: NDFP consultants
Manila court dismisses multiple murder charges vs. peace consultants, activists
“The testimonies of the prosecution witnesses on the identities of the skeletal remains are full of inconsistencies, highly unbelievable, and clearly perjured,” the decision read.
Laborer rebuffs police’s order to spy on KMU, bares plot vs NDFP consultants
KMU condemned the police’s “criminal act” as direct and dangerous attacks against labor unionists and other human rights defenders.
Iloilo court clears NDFP consultant of charges
“The evidence against Bocala such as the fragmentation grenade, .45 and .22 caliber firearms were not established through the testimonies of the prosecution witnesses who failed to bring them to court and identify the evidence.”
CPP condemns ‘mafia-style execution’ of 2 NDFP consultants
“We reject the claims of the police that the couple resisted arrest and were killed in a firefight. In their physical state, the couple would not have been able to manage the sheer number of weapons said to be found in the scene, much less put up a rigorous gun battle,” CPP Spokesperson Marco Valbuena said in a statement.
His rule begins
“The tyrant dies and his rule ends, the martyr dies and his rule begins.” – Soren Kierkegaard By DEE AYROSO
No task too big nor too small for Fidel Agcaoili
Who is Fidel Agcaoili? And why is everyone thanking him for his early birthday greetings?
Rights advocates slam arrest of peace consultant, wife
Edre U. Olalia, legal consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) negotiating panel, said the “non-bailable murder charges are trumped-up and sprang out of nowhere.”
Martial law or not, need for radical change remains
“The Marcos dictatorship failed to crush the revolutionary movement. …and no reactionary government can defeat it as long as the societal bases and factors for their existence remain.”
After 45 years, UP honors former student activists
Three former student activists were awarded with the sablay, symbolizing UP’s recognition of them as honorary alumni.
As formal talks begin, over 500 political prisoners still detained
“This policy and practice of filing trumped-up criminal charges against social workers, religious, human rights advocates, leaders of people’s organizations and consultants to the peace process have to stop.”