Ampatuan Massacre in Maguindanao

The DNA sample of a detained American soldier did not match the DNA obtained from two used condoms at the motel room where transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude was found dead, the chief prosecutor of Olongapo City said on Friday. But Laude counsel Virgie Suarez said the negative DNA result would not hurt their case.


The same hactivists who broke into Globe Telecom’s website on Friday attacked more Philippine-based websites on Saturday. “Your sites security has been compromised by #BloodSecurity. All your data belongs to us now,” read the group’s message posted on the websites it broke into.


Gasoline boy foils robbery, kills 2

A gas station attendant in Mlang, North Cotabato became an instant celebrity after he foiled a robbery on Tuesday and killed two suspects in the process. The pump boy, whose identity is being withheld for security reasons, will be honored by the city government for his bravery.


‘More damning
evidence vs VP’

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano believes former Makati Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado has more evidence of Vice President Jejomar Binay's alleged ill-gotten weath. “I have personally seen much more evidence than what was presented so far in the hearings… There are more pieces of evidence, and they are very damning,’’ Cayetano said.


The murder case
of Ramgen Bautista

It has been three years since actor Ramgen Jose “Ram Revilla” Bautista was killed, allegedly by a conspiracy involving some of his siblings. INQUIRER Research presents a detailed situationer.


Death threats for
Enzo Pastor’s kin

The mother of slain car racing champion Ferdinand “Enzo” Pastor revealed on Friday that family members have been receiving death threats over the last few months. The anonymous text messages and calls started after the family sought assistance from the National Bureau of Investigation in June, she said.


Malacañang has extended indefinitely the leave of absence imposed by President Benigno Aquino III on Health Secretary Enrique Ona pending a review of his explanation on his controversial choice of an antipneumonia vaccine allegedly against the recommendation of global health authorities.


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