A solo-parent for 12 years since Jonas’ abduction, day to day living has not been easy for my daughter and myself. And to hear that the government has petitioned the UN-WGEID to delist the 625 names! This is like scraping an open wound right to the bone.
Undersecretary Severo Catura of the Presidential Human Rights Committee never consulted any victim or any of their families nor did he get his information from the CHR.
Catura’s premises for the delisting are all false.
1. Legal reliefs for ED cases such as the Writs of Habeas Corpus and Amparo, do not work. In the case of Jonas, we were granted the Writs. We won the case but Jonas remains missing. The AFP did not comply with the order of the Supreme Court. Plus, Baliaga was acquitted.
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