Kay Ganda? Maybe they meant Most Dangerous

The killing of 57 civilians and media people last year made the Philippines “the most dangerous place in the world for journalists,” said Frank La Rue, UN special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression.  (Source:  Philippine Daily Inquirer)

I remember a foreigner saying the Philippines has one of the freest press in the world.  I guess not anymore.

For a complete read on the article (hence, more depressing facts), click here.

Please do not forget the people who were murdered a year ago.  Do not forget them, their stories, their families.  Too many people have forgotten already.  Please do not be one of them.

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