The Daily PCIJ: Putting Maguindanao in context by Ed Lingao

November 24, 2009 at 11:27 am Leave a comment

Putting Maguindanao in context

Posted by: Jaemark Tordecilla | November 23, 2009 at 10:19 pm
Filed under: In the News, Journalist Killings, Media

by Ed Lingao

It is the seat of Bangsamoro pride and the heartland of the Moro Sultanate. But as authorities slowly unearth the events that unfolded along a remote stretch of highway Monday morning, November 23, Maguindanao province now holds the distinction of having the worst single case of election violence in recent Philippine history.

As of Monday night, authorities have found at least 21 mutilated bodies in Masalay, Datu Abdullah Sangki town in Maguindanao. They are believed to belong to a group of 50 people, including 30 local journalists, that departed Buluan town earlier in the day to witness the filing of the certificate of candidacy of gubernatorial hopeful Ishmael Mangudadatu at the Comelec office in Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao.

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