By BULATLAT STAFF
Five years ago today, Jonas Joseph Burgos was abducted by suspected state security agents at a busy mall in Quezon City. From that day until this very moment, his family and friends continue searching for him despite all the difficulties.
By RONALYN V. OLEA
With family and human rights defenders, a mother sustains hope of seeing her missing son, despite the frustrating legal maze that springs coverups at every turn.
Jonas Burgos may have been forcibly taken away from his loved ones but for five years now, his family and friends have never stopped searching for him. Their memories of him remain vivid, keeping their hopes alive. By RONALYN V. OLEA Bulatlat.com MANILA – Jonas or Jay to his family was born on an Easter…
Below is the statement of Edith Burgos, on the fifth year anniversary of the disappearance of Jonas. April 28, 2012 marks the fifth year of the disappearance of my son, Jonas Burgos. Jonas’ family commemorates this day by looking back at the five years of search. We recall how we have exhausted every possible peaceful…
Two friends may have markedly different tastes in bikes but they share the joy of riding them. (Espana Blvd., Manila)
By MARYA SALAMAT
This Labor Day, the workers and the poor will take President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III to task for failing to respond to their calls, making the hunger and poverty situation in the country even worse, and exceeding even the previous government’s puppetry to the US.
By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO
“The national government appears to have completely neglected us and the rest of the urban poor,” one of the wounded residents said.