Report – By PMC news desk
The Pacific Media Centre and Reporters Without Borders have called for justice over the controversial Ampatuan massacre trial that has failed to imprison any alleged perpetrators five years after the mass killings of media people.
PMC director Professor David Robie said at a candlelight vigil for the victims and the families in Auckland last night the trial embodied the struggle against impunity of crimes against media.
He read out a joint statement with the Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and other human rights groups and Filipino organisations also spoke out at the vigil, coinciding with a three-day Pacific Journalism Review conference at AUT University. Read more »