Year Seven After the Massacre: Still No Justice on Sixth Year of Trial

Posted by cmfr | Posted in Ampatuan Trial Watch, Statement, Statements | Posted on 23-11-2016

  THE SEVENTH anniversary of the massacre of 58 civilians, including 32 journalists, in Ampatuan town, Maguindanao, draws our community once again to gather together, move through the motions of protest, raise voices to plea for justice for the victims and their surviving families. Some of the orphaned children are now young adults, the infants […]

FFFJ: Lift the Ban on Media Coverage of the Ampatuan Massacre Trial

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 12-11-2014

Is vital information being concealed from the public? STATEMENT OF THE FREEDOM FUND FOR FILIPINO JOURNALISTS A coalition of the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP), the Philippine Center Investigative Journalism (PCIJ), the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), the Center for Community Journalism and Development (CCJD), and the Philippine Press Institute (PPI), […]

FFFJ: The Justice We Seek

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 22-05-2014

Below is a statement from the Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists (FFFJ) on the manifestation of the state prosecution panel in the Ampatuan Massacre trial to rest in their presentation of evidence in both the bail proceedings and evidence-in-chief against 28 accused and their disinclination to present additional evidence against those already arraigned. ———– Last February 28, […]

FFFJ: One More Delay in a Long List of Delays

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 12-07-2013

Below is a statement from the Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists (FFFJ) on the delays of the Ampatuan Massacre trial. ———– The  deferment of the arraignment of two of the principal accused in the November 23, 2009 Ampatuan town massacre adds to the already long list of delays in the judicial process that for four […]

Joint statement on the Expiry of the Freeze Order on the Assets of the Ampatuans

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 02-12-2011

The Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists Inc. (FFFJ) and the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) urge all concerned government agencies, but especially AMLC, to take whatever steps are necessary to correct this anomaly.

Remembering the Ampatuan Massacre

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 07-12-2010

The November 23 Movement and the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines released a series of public service announcements in commemoration of the first year anniversary of the Ampatuan Massacre. The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility is a member of the November 23 Movement, which was organized to call for an independent investigation […]

Ending Impunity

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 24-11-2010

Statement of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility in commemoration of the  first anniversary of the Ampatuan Massacre THE 2009 Ampatuan Massacre of 58 men and women including 32 journalists was a reminder and a warning to both the Philippine press and the entire country. The Philippines is officially a democracy, but the pockets […]

Towards A State Policy of Ending Impunity

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 29-06-2010

A statement by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) on the sixth month of the November 23 massacre of 32 journalists and media workers

Lest We Forget

Posted by ampatuan | Posted in Statement | Posted on 03-03-2010

Revised statement of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility and the Southeast Asian Press Alliance on the 100th day of the Ampatuan Massacre A hundred days have passed since the massacre of 32 journalists and media workers in Maguindanao, Southern Philippines, together with 26 others. The principal suspect has been indicted. But the petition […]