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Livestream: Ampatuan Maguindanao massacre trial at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court’s website is now carrying the livestream of the Maguindanao massacre trial http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph . Chief Justice Renato Corona “issued the order after the high court, in 12-0 vote, allowed the live media coverage of the trial, provided that it will be aired in its entirety. The court’s decision applies to the Maguindanao massacre trial alone. ” President Benigno Aquino III personally asked the Supreme Court in a letter last year to allow the live coverage of the Ampatuan trial.

You can also view the livestream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/supreme-court-of-the-philippines or watch the livestream below



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