- Victims of Kidapawan carnage still cries for justice
- Farmers were killed by government troops while some were injured during the carnage one year ago
- Victims seek for justice that has not been achieved yet one year after
One year after the Kidapawan carnage where farmers died and some were injured, justice has not been achieved yet.
That is why some of the victims still seek for justice including Tatay Ebao Sulang whose son died after being killed by government troops under former President Benigno 'Noynoy' Aquino III, and Nanay Valentina Berden who was arrested despite being old and unable to even fight back.
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Facebook user Tinay Palabay shared a post addressing sentiments of the victim who are still calling for justice:
"Remember Kidapawan: A year after, Tatay Ebao Sulang is still fighting for justice for his son Darwin, killed by police officers on the ground led by Alex Tagum. Instead of facing prosecution and jail time, Tagum was promoted and is now sowing terror in Abra.
A year after, Nanay Valentina Berden, illegally arrested and detained by PNP and SWAT despite her advanced age during the violent dispersal continues to march for food, land and justice. Thanks to artists like CY Diño Seguerra and Liza Dino, more than 70 detained farmers then were released from jail. Until now, charges have not been dismissed vs Nanay Valentina and other farmers.
A year after, the farmers and the Filipino people continue our historic and significant struggle for land, food and justice. #StopKillingFarmers"
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