Fate of case lies in De Lima’s hands, says CA Citing procedural lapses committed by Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, the Court of Appeals (CA) nullified the findings of a DOJ review panel that overturned the first panel’s findings in favor of filing charges against a former governor in line with the killing of [...]
A mayoral candidate in Ozamis City harassed and threatened a group of journalists before noon today (May 12), destroying their equipment and pointing a pistol at one of them which, fortunately, misfired. The incident involved Liberal Party (LP) mayoral candidate and incumbent Ozamis City vice mayor Rolando Romero and a local cable channel crew who [...]
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines released today (May 10) a set of guidelines to aid fellow journalists in covering more safely the 2013 midterm elections this Monday (May 13). Prepared by the NUJP-IFJ (International Federation of Journalists) Media Safety Office, the guidelines seek to give reporters, photojournalists, and other mediamen a sense [...]
A provincial correspondent and her editors were ordered arrested last Feb. 20 (Wednesday) for libel charges filed by a gold trader. Judge Arniel Dating of Daet Regional Trial Court Br. 31 issued arrest warrants against Michelle Zoleta, Southern Luzon correspondent for The Philippine Star and Pilipino Star Ngayon (PSN), PSN editor Mario Basco, and editor in chief Al Pedroche. [...]
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