Thursday, November 26, 2009

Maguindanao massacre suspect Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr. surrenders

More than 55 people (including journalists, lawyers and supporters of Mangudadatu clan) were mutilated and buried by the so-called monsters of Maguindanao pointing the Ampatuan's as the alleged culprit.

The Mangudadatu clan and the families of the other victims are seeking justice and immediate action from the Government.

In the past few days, President Gloria Arroyo is being criticize for her slow show of decisive action due to her alliance with the Ampatuan's.

Mangudadatu also believe that the provincial governor was involved in the massacre because of the presence of the provincial government's backhoe at the site of the massacre which was used to buried the victims in Barangay Saniag.

In the latest update, Datu Unsay Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr., one of the suspect in the Maguindanao massacre submitted himself to the authorities.

Now all eyes on the Arroyo government and the people who will investigate this case, if justice will really prevail. The Ampatuan's gave Arroyo overwhelming win in the last two elections. You know what I mean...

UPDATE (11/28/09): Maguindanao massacre suspect Unsay Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr. denies his involvement with the brutal slaying of 59 people and he pointed towards the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) guerrillas led by Kumander Umbra Kato as the real suspects in the massacre.

But hard evidence are pointing to the Ampatuans as the masterminds of the massacre and more witnesses are coming up.

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