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Ampatuan trial begins: the end of impunity? The Philippines

is an important event that just took place in the special courtroom in Manila, but it is just the beginning. And who knows if we'll one day end.
The massacre trial Maguindanao has formally begin with hearings on the merits on September 8. On November 23, 2009, 57 people were brutally murdered, caught between the fires of a war of political clans in search of their electoral survival.
The names of those responsible for this unspeakable massacre are known: Ampatuan, feudal lords above all justice in this province, which did little to hide their actions, and just wanted to get rid of the unconscious opposing clan member who dared to stand against them Democratic in this election for the post of governor of Maguindanao!
This trial is therefore that of a whole system of plutocratic mafia clans, and central government that supports them.

But the horror of the massacre is as large as the magnitude of this trial: more than 500 witnesses should be heard at the helm for nearly 200 defendants. The proportions of this trial, which some compare by that of Nuremberg, far exceed the capabilities of the Philippine justice system.

From day one, the guilt of the Ampatuan family as a whole has been brought to light. And since then, the implications are national leaders détaillése. The charges and evidence raining, as usual, in the Philippine system, where the media are doing a great job. Where the Senate is converted half the time in court the media, and most corrupt men named and shamed.

But this Senate has never succeeded in transforming these charges Convictions by a formal Court of Justice because they are either overloaded or corrupted.

So hopefully this new trial will end this part terrible evils that allowed the massacre to take place in broad daylight with impunity.

Here the issues of this trial, in my article Cross


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