“They tried to bury hundreds and thousands of us; they did not know that we were seeds.”
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WATCH: ‘Hindi namin kayo titigilan’
Listen to a poem of the late peasant advocate Randall Echanis performed by Ian Lomongo.
A month since Echanis’s killing, justice remains elusive
With at least three government agencies reportedly investigating, family and friends of slain peace consultant Randall Echanis have yet to get a lead on who is behind his cold-blooded murder.
Gov’t body to probe killings; can it ever deliver justice?
However, doubts have been raised over whether the investigating body can truly undertake an impartial investigation into the two latest EJKs and other cases. You’ll find the reasonable ground for these doubts after looking into the nature, composition and apparent inertia of the investigating body.
Balik-Tanaw | Pentecostes: Si Hesus: Ang Propeta, Ang Kristo
Ang mga propeta ang gumabay sa kanila sa mahabang panahon at tumulong upang marinig ang mensahe ni Yahweh sa ginta ng iba’t ibang paghihirap at pagkalimot.
UN experts call for independent probe on killings of rights defenders
“We are saddened and appalled by the ongoing violence and threats against human rights defenders in the Philippines, including the killing of two human rights defenders over the past two weeks.” — UN spokesperson
‘Randall Echanis was made to suffer before he was killed’ – forensic expert
Forensic pathology expert Raquel Fortun, who examined Randall Echanis’s remains, said, “He was made to suffer before he was killed.”
International rights groups call for an end to ‘cold-blooded killings’ in PH
They urged the Philippine authorities “to carry out an immediate, thorough, impartial, and transparent investigation into Alvarez’s murder, to identify all those responsible, bring them before an independent tribunal, and sanction them as provided by the law.”
Killing of Randall Echanis brought to UN’s attention
“We call on all member states of the UN Human Rights Council to be seized of the seriousness of the human rights situation in the Philippines and to adopt all the recommendations in your June 30 report on the human rights situation in the Philippines,” ICHRP Chairperson Peter Murphy said in his letter to Bachelet.
Randall Echanis, jolly advocate of social justice
Randall Echanis, an unassuming man of peace, had sown and cared for enough seedlings to fill hectares of social activists who will not tire of pursuing justice and seeing into reality his fervent dreams – a bountiful harvest for Filipinos.
His rule begins
“The tyrant dies and his rule ends, the martyr dies and his rule begins.” – Soren Kierkegaard By DEE AYROSO