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Aug 09th
Re: WE Will Seek Justice for the Slain Journalists Under a President Villar PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby Reyes   
Sunday, 09 May 2010 09:45
Re: WE Will Seek Justice for the Slain Journalists Under a President Villar Dear Tocayong Bobby: Please be assured that the men and women of the Media Breakfast Club (MBC) of Los Angeles, CA, will push a Villar Administration to give justice to ALL the victims of the Maguindanao Massacre, especially the Filipino media practitioners. It may interest you to know that Bong Reblando was an honorary member of the MBC, he having attended an MBC function in November 2001. More details of his sojourn to Los Angeles and Las Vegas with Joseph Lariosa of Chicago and this writer can be found in this article, Remembering Bong Reblando (1956-2009) and the “Maguindanao 25” Slain Journalists Manny Villar said that he would, as President, uphold and respect the system of justice of the homeland. With the assistance of the vigilant members and officers of the National Press Club of the Philippines, Overseas-Filipino members of the Fourth Estate like the MBC members will help prosecute the killers of the victims in the said Maguindanao Massacre. We do not need any miracle or magic; we have simply to do our duty and responsibility to our fallen comrades. And also help a President Villar push and secure fundamental structural reforms in our system of justice and socioeconomic structures. Also, we think that a President Villar will help us launch our long-proposed "Support for the Orphans of Slain Journalists (SOS-J)" proposal. We sent the same proposal to President Arroyo and her predecessors but they did not even acknowledge receipt of our communication about the SOS-J. We will have better luck with a President Villar. Mabuhay, Lolo Bobby M. Reyes Editor and Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Media Breakfast Club of Los Angeles (Founded July 1993) In a message dated 5/9/2010 9:56:54 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, writes: "palagay ko ho maski sino ang manalo will not be able to ignore the clamor of many who refused to be silenced." - Maria did you mean "will not be able to ignore the clamor of the following many journalists who refused to be silenced"? Alejandro "Bong" Reblando,[3] 53 Manila Bulletin correspondent,[40] a former Associated Press reporter.[41] Henry Araneta DZRH Correspondent based in General Santos City Napoleon “Nap” Salaysay DZRO manager. Bartolome “Bart” Maravilla Bombo Radyo Koronadal, South Cotabato.[3] Jhoy Dojay Goldstar Daily.[3] Andy Teodoro Mindanao Examiner & Central Mindanao Inquirer reporter.[3] Ian Subang Mindanao Focus, a General Santos-based weekly community newspaper.[3] Leah Dalmacio Mindanao Focus reporter. Gina Dela Cruz Mindanao Focus reporter.[3] Maritess Cablitas Mindanao Focus reporter.[3] Neneng Montano Saksi weekly newspaper reporter.[3] Victor Nuñez UNTV reporter.[3] McDelbert "Macmac" Arriola UNTV cameraman.[3] Jolito Evardo UNTV editor Daniel Tiamson UNTV driver Humberto Mumay Koronadal-based journalist.[3] Rey Merisco Koronadal-based journalist.[3] Ronnie Perante Koronadal-based journalist.[3] Jun Legarta Koronadal-based journalist.[3] Val Cachuela Koronadal-based journalist.[3] Santos "Jun" Gatchalian Davao-based journalist. Joel Parcon Freelance journalist. Noel Decena Freelance journalist. John Caniba Freelance journalist. Art Betia Freelance journalist. Ranie Razon Freelance journalist. Archie Ace David Freelance "Tambay" journalist. Fernanado "Ferdz" Mendoza Freelance driver. could you please share with us what magic or miracle you personally know will transpire after may 10th elections (whichever candidate wins)? thanks, bobby

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