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President Rodrigo Duterte is stone-cold silent about the police and military raids that led to the deaths of 9 activists in Calabarzon. Yet it's his publicly spoken words that link him to the "Bloody Sunday" operations. #RapplerPodcasts 

The Supreme Court, through the Office of the Court Administrator, distanced trial court judges from the outcome of the "Bloody Sunday" operations in Calabarzon that were carried out through their search warrants.

The Supreme Court, through the Office of the Court Administrator, distanced trial court judges from the outcome of the "Bloody Sunday" operations in Calabarzon that were carried out through their search warrants.

The Philippine National Police applied for 63 search warrants before the Manila Regional Trial Court days before the deadly police operations in Calabarzon on March 7, the Office of the Court Administrator has said in a report to the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court, through the Office of the Court Administrator, distanced trial court judges from the outcome of the "Bloody Sunday" operations in Calabarzon that were carried out through their search warrants. READ:

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President Rodrigo Duterte is stone-cold silent about the police and military raids that led to the deaths of 9 activists in Calabarzon. Yet it's his publicly spoken words that link him to the "Bloody Sunday" operations. #RapplerPodcasts 

Anna Baez narrated how cops allegedly planted evidence, including guns, grenades and documents in their home in Batangas during separate police operations in Calabarzon on Sunday that led to the killing of nine people and the arrest of six others.

Lorenzana appealed to human-rights advocates and those he called “enemies” to wait for the results of the investigation before making any judgments on the killings of nine activists during police operations in Calabarzon. | @dygalvezINQ 

A day after the police killed 9 activists and arrested 6 others across the Calabarzon region south of Manila, senators expressed outrage and questioned how the cops implemented the operations.

The remains of four of the nine activists slain during police operations in Calabarzon Region were released on Thursday night, a video footage from rights group Karapatan showed. | @GabrielLaluINQ 

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"JUSTICE FOR SOUTHERN TAGALOG ACTIVISTS." LOOK: Groups stage a die-in protest in front of the CHR headquarters on Wednesday, March 10, to condemn the "Bloody Sunday" operations that saw the killing of at least 9 and the arrest of 6 others in Calabarzon. 📷 Jire Carreon/Rappler

A day after the police killed 9 activists and arrested 6 others across the Calabarzon region south of Manila, senators expressed outrage and questioned how the cops implemented the operations.

@MB_mrtnsdngdng  For its part, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) says it will deploy SPARUs, or its Special Partisan Unit death squad, to 'punish' the state forces involved in the deadly Calabarzon operations. | via @MB_mrtnsdngdng 

JUST IN: At least 9 killed, 6 arrested in a police-military crackdown against progressive groups in Calabarzon. Operations still ongoing. This comes two days after President Duterte told police and soldiers to kill communist rebels in all encounters. | via @rambotalabong 

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Rights groups and activists on Sunday denounced the killing of at least nine activists and arrest of six others in simultaneous police operations in Calabarzon on Sunday.

At least nine were killed and six others were arrested on Sunday in simultaneous police operations across Calabarzon, the Police Regional Office 4A said. | @KAguilarINQ 

Two days after the ‘Bloody Sunday’ police operations in Calabarzon, the bodies of slain activists Melvin Dasigao and Marklee “Makmak” Bacasno were still being held by the police, according to urban poor group Kadamay. READ:

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A day after the police killed 9 activists and arrested 6 others across the Calabarzon region south of Manila, senators expressed outrage and questioned how the cops implemented the operations.

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