Posted by: pinkturtle2 | November 28, 2009

Pembunuhan beramai-rama: Datuk Bandar selatan Filipina menyerah diri

Andal Ampatuan Jr. , second right, and his brother Zaldy Ampatuan, left, governor of Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, surrender to government troops in Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao province, southern Philippines, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2009. A scion of a powerful clan suspected in the massacre of 57 people in an election caravan in the southern Philippines turned himself in Wednesday amid mounting pressure on the government to crack down on lawlessness and warlords.

Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr., center, of Unsay township, Maguindanao province in southern Philippines, is escorted to a waiting van upon arrival in Manila from General Santos city following his surrender to authorities Thursday Nov. 26, 2009. Ampatuan Jr. was implicated in the massacre Monday of 57 people, including 18 journalists, at Maguindanao province in southern Philippines in what the president's office called the worst political violence in recent history. (AP Photo/Mike Alquinto)

Andal Ampatuan Jr. , center, a town mayor suspected in Monday's massacre, is escorted by police as he is led to an inquest upon surrendering, in General Santos City, southern Philippines, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2009. The scion of a powerful pro-government clan suspected in the massacre of 57 people in an election caravan in the southern Philippines turned himself in Thursday amid mounting pressure on the president to crack down on lawlessness and warlords.

Police investigators wait for the bodies to be unearthed from a shallow grave at the site of a massacre of a political clan that included several journalists in the outskirts of Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 25, 2009. Philippine security forces found 11 more bodies Wednesday at the site of an election-related massacre in the south of the country, taking the toll to 57 dead, officials said.

Police investigators tag a body found in a shallow grave at the massacre site of a political clan that included several journalists in the outskirts of Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 25, 2009. The latest death toll in the massacre is 52, police said on Wednesday.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered  following the massacre of at least 30 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party of 30-40 people, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre of at least 46 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered  following the massacre of at least 30 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party of 30-40 people, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre of at least 46 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre of at least 46 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre of at least 46 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

A backhoe lifts the wreckage of a local television network's vehicle that was unearthed from a shallow grave at the site of a massacre of a political clan that included several journalists in the outskirts of Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 25, 2009. The latest death toll in the massacre is 57, police said on Wednesday.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24: (EDITOR'S NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT)  The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre of at least 46 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

A backhoe unearths more bodies from a shallow grave at the site of a massacre of a political clan that included several journalists in the outskirts of Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 25, 2009. Philippine security forces found 11 more bodies Wednesday at the site of an election-related massacre in the south of the country, taking the toll to 57 dead, officials said.

MAGUINDANAO PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 24:  The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre of at least 46 kidnap victims on Monday in Ampatuan town, on November 24, 2009 in Maguindanao Province, Philippines. Around 100 gunmen are reported to have hijacked the party, including the wife, sister and other relatives of Buluan's Vice Mayor Esmael Mangudadatu, en route to filing election papers for candidate Mangudadatu ahead of next May's elections. Mangudadatu's wife, sister and family members, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civilians and at least 12 media personnel are thought to be amongst those killed in the attack, believed to be politically motivated. The Ampatuan clan, political rivals, are being blamed for the kidnap, mutilation, rape and murder of the victims.

Soldiers retrieve more bodies from a shallow grave at the site of a massacre of a political clan that included several journalists in the outskirts of Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 25, 2009. Philippine security forces found 11 more bodies Wednesday at the site of an election-related massacre in the south of the country, taking the toll to 57 dead, officials said.

A backhoe pulls the wreckage of one of three vehicles that was dumped together with massacre victims along a hillside grave in Ampatuan, Maguindanao province, southern Philippines on Wednesday Nov. 25, 2009. Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo placed two southern provinces under a state of emergency, giving security forces free hand to pursue gunmen who killed at least 52 people in one of the country's worst election massacres.

Philippine National Police look at the mangled remains of three vehicles that were unearthed Wednesday Nov.25, 2009 at the massacre site at Ampatuan township, Maguindanao province in southern Philippines. Authorities have recovered six more bodies Wednesday, bringing the death toll to 52 in one of the Philippines' worst election massacres.

Bodies of massacre victims are loaded into a dump truck after being recovered from the site at Ampatuan township, Maguindanao province, in southern Philippines Tuesday Nov. 24, 2009. Gunmen massacred about 46 political supporters, journalists and lawyers who were on their way to file election papers for Vice Mayor Ismael Mangudadatu of Buluan township, a candidate in a region of southern Philippines notorious for violence between rival clans. An official in the president's office called it the worst political violence in recent history.

Mourners carry the body of a member of Mangundadato political clan who was among those massacred in Ampatuan, Maguindanao during a funeral in Buluan town in southern Philippines November 26, 2009.

beberapa orang penduduk Islam juga turut sama menjadi mangsa dalam pembunuhan beramai-ramai ini

Relatives and mourners bury members in Buluan town of the Mangudadatus political clan, who was among those massacred in Ampatuan, Maguindanao, in southern Philippines November 26, 2009. Mayor of Datu Unsay town Andal Ampatuan Jr, a member of a powerful political clan, suspected to be behind the massacre of 57 people in an election-related feud surrendered to the military on Thursday, an army official said.

Mourners grieve as they bury in Buluan town, members of Mangudadato political clan who were among those massacred in Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 26, 2009. Mayor of Datu Unsay town Andal Ampatuan Jr, a member of a powerful political clan, suspected to be behind the massacre of 57 people in an election-related feud surrendered to the military on Thursday, an army official said.

A family member weeps during a funeral in Buluan town for five members of the Mangudadatus political clan who were among those massacred in Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 26, 2009. On Monday, about 100 armed men attacked a convoy carrying members of the Mangudadatus family who were on their way to file the candidacy of one of the family for the provincial governor's post in elections next year, killing 57 people.

A family member throws chicks on the grave of members of the Mangudadatus political clan who were among those massacred in Ampatuan, Maguindanao during a traditional burial rite in southern Philippines November 26, 2009. Mayor of Datu Unsay town Andal Ampatuan Jr, a member of a powerful political clan, suspected to be behind the massacre of 57 people in an election-related feud surrendered to the military on Thursday, an army official said.

Soldiers make an inventory of weapons surrendered by the militia of a powerful political clan in Ampatuan, Maguindanao in southern Philippines November 26, 2009. Mayor of Datu Unsay town Andal Ampatuan Jr, a member of a powerful political clan, suspected to be behind the massacre of 57 people in an election-related feud surrendered to the military on Thursday, an army official said.

Saksi lihat ahli politik Filipina arahkan pembunuhan beramai-ramai

MANILA: Kebanyakan saksi difahamkan melihat sendiri ahli politik Filipina mengarahkan dan mengambil bahagian dalam kejadian pembunuhan beramai-ramai yang mempunyai kaitan satu pilihan raya sehingga meragut sekurang-kurangnya 57 nyawa, kata Setiausaha Keadilannya, Agnes Devanadera, hari ini.

“Seorang daripada saksi berkata beliau adalah orangnya yang memberikan arahan itu. Malah ada saksi melihat sendiri dia melepaskan tembakan daripada senjatanya,” katanya kepada rangkaian televisyen GMA, ketika merujuk kepada Andal Ampatuan Jnr, Datuk Bandar di selatan Filipina yang menyerah diri semalam. – AFP


Responses

  1. ini lah akibtnye kalau syaitan dah masuk dlm otak dan darah manusia yang tamak dan bersifat binatang disebabkan ingin mengejar KUASA hingga sanggup membunuh.aku tak hairan sebab kat Malaysia pun dah terjadi cuma mangkuk2 hayun ni pandai sembunyikan perbuatan diorang cuma ALLAH S.W.T yang menjadi SAKSI dan mereka2 yang BERAGAMA ISLAM ni akan dihukum di AKHIRAT nanti INSYALLAH….

  2. salam… satu perbuatan yang tidak bertamadun.
    semoga dilaknak dunia dan akhirat para pelakunya!

  3. Serupa di Malaysia juga. Datuk Bandar tu sekutu pemerintah. Dia akan dibebaskan juga sebab pihak polis, pihak tentera, pihak kehakiman semua berada dalam tangan pemerintah.

    Matlamat menghalalkan cara!!!

    • beeeeeeeeeeeetul…….

      pala atak adik …….. supa la ngan pala otak abang kelabu.
      abang kelabu salute la kat hang.


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