This is how activists reacted on the internet and social media on the stealthy but successful burial of the remains of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos with full military honors last November 18, 2016 at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani.
Though pictures and graphics were accompanied with lengthy words as some went to the extent of “denouncing the treacherous burial.” like the National Union of Journalist of the Philippines.
The group decried that “the burial mocks the life-and-death resistance of the journalists and media workers in the struggle to expand the frontiers of press freedom during the dark days of Martial Law.
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