Maguindanao Massacre - Article

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6 Comments for “Maguindanao Massacre – Article”

  1. never forget! Justice!

  2. It may help because it will should get Kris, Ballsy and and PersiNoy’s attention…. whenever there is a protest about the Maguindanao massacre, the protesters should also have placards that insist that the mastermind be found and that the Ninoy Aquino murder to be solved.

  3. this is the reason that we need to improve our Justice System..take the case of simple Physical injury: ilang months ba ma resolve ang case?… to the Supreme Court with due respect do we still need more money(Budget)?!!! To the Legislative and Executive Department: Do we still more laws?? so what stopping your GUYS.. we voted you and have HIGH regards for you guys.. PLEASE do your JOB!!! You already have Millions and Billions in your hands at your disposal…

  4. The Maguindanao Masacre Case is just one of the many examples of how our justice system is being manipulated & exploited by moneyed & powerful political scumbags in the country. Cases as gruesome as the Maguindanao Masacre should have been referred to a special commission to investigate & prosecute the case in a faster manner. When justice is delayed this long, I don’t think there is still justice rendered to the victims. A country that has rotten judicial system, highly deserves the most despicable reputation as a nation. Justice is the the very foundation of human civility. If there is no equality of justice among people, then the country is doomed to become a place of wild animals.
    herc
    orlando fl

  5. Even a seven year old idiot knows that justice delayed is justice denied! Kung gusto ninyo ng maayos na lipunan, first things first, JUSTICE CHANGE!

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