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AFP, PNP and paramilitary butchers murder suspected NPA fighters & legal mass activists and then blame the NPA for the murders in Duterte’s dirty war ala OPLAN Bantay Laya

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Comment by Prof. Jose Maria Sison
NDFP Chief Political Consultant

The same tactic of murdering suspected NPA fighters and legal mass activists suspected as NPA supporters under Oplan Bantay Laya I and II of the Arroyo regime and blaming the murders on the NPA is now being widely carried out by the AFP, PNP and paramilitary butchers under the traitorous, murderous and corrupt Duterte regime.

This tactic has been applied in the Sagay massacre of 9 and in an increasing number of serialized and mass murders in Mindanao, Panay, Samar, Cagayan Valley, Cordillera and Central Luzon and elsewhere. The Duterte regime is now carrying out an extremely dirty war and goading the people and their revolutionary forces to intensify their armed resistance.

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Congressman tells army to surface missing militant

Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao says the Army has in its custody Imelda Hayahay, but the 71st Infantry Battalion denies the accusation
Allan Nawal
Published 9:29 PM, November 05, 2018
Updated 9:29 PM, November 05, 2018
https://www.rappler.com/nation/215996-anakpawis-casilao-tells-army-surface-imelda-hayahay?fbclid=IwAR2tMX_7ZRLw2zgx5H5XftLKXss8lL0mTlH7lhzlOZEIwWqnp4EdUIxRZ2Q

POINTS TO MILITARY. Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao accuses Army of abducting activist Imelda Hayahay.

DAVAO CITY – Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao on Monday, November 4, pressed the military to surface a member of a militant farmers’ group in Compostela Valley who has been missing since October 15. He said the military had earlier red-tagged Imelda Hayahay, 53.

Casilao said he received reports that Hayahay was taken into custody by elements of the 71st Infantry Battalion (IB) of the Philippine Army in Barangay Pindasan in Mabini, Compostela Valley.

Casilao said Hayahay, a member of the Hugpong sa mga Mag-uuma sa Walog Compostela (HUMAWAC), is a barangay health worker and also the mother of Jeany Rose Hayahay, a volunteer teacher at the Salugpongan Ta Tanu Igkanugon Community Learning Center (STTICLC).

“State forces had accused Hayahay of being a revolutionary tax collector of the New People’s Army (NPA),” he said, referring to the missing militant farmer.

HUMAWAC is an affiliate group of the Kilusang Magbubikid ng Pilipinas.

However, the Army denied it had custody of Hayahay.

In a media statement, the 71st IB Civil Military Operations said it has no information on her whereabouts.

It added that it was possible that Hayahay was abducted by the New People’s Army.

Her neighbors, the Army said, had confirmed that Hayahay was an NPA tax collector and that she did not remit to the rebels what she had collected.

“The abduction of Imelda Hayahay is not an act of the 71st Infantry Battalion,” the statement said. “It is possible that in retaliation for her actions, the NPA (took her in custody).”

The Army unit said leftist organizations used her disappearance to “destroy the good image of the battalion.” – Rappler.com

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