Ibinulgar ng isang mataas na opisyal ng Philippine National Police na tinangkang pagtakpan ng pamunuan ng PNP ang mga pulis na sangkot sa Maguindanao Masscre. Exclusive, nagpa-Patrol si Henry Omaga-Diaz TV Patrol, Nobyembre 26, 2013, Martes
CARSON - The crime was four years ago but for US-based Filipino journalists, the pain is still fresh, when 58 people, including 32 journalists covering a local election in Maguindanao were believed to have been massacred by a local political dynasty's private army.
MANILA— TV Patrol asked netizens the question “4 na taon na bukas mula nang maganap ang Ampatuan Massacre. Anong masasabi mo sa takbo ng hustisya sa Pinas?”
MANILA - Vice President Jejomar Binay asked the Supreme Court to relieve Quezon City Judge Jocelyn Reyes of her other cases so she can focus on the Maguindanao massacre case.
Of the 58 people who died in the Maguindanao massacre, 32 were journalists. It's one of the reasons media groups are closely following the case. But four years since the killings, some believe there won't be any conviction under President Aquino's watch.
Nagmartsa na ang pamilya ng nga Maguindanao Massacre vctims sa Mendiola Maynila! panawagan nila--- tuparin ng pangulo ang mga pangako nito, lalo na ang pagkamit ng hustisya sa mga biktima.
Journalists in Pangasinan marked the 4th year since the Maguindanao massacre by lighting colored candles that symbolize their solidarity with the victims and their families.