Arrested health workers, tortured

This would be a test to the Anti-Torture Law of 2009: the Health Alliance for Democracy has revealed—the Morong 43 was heavily tortured, physically and mentally.

CHR’s De Lima enters Camp Capinpin, but not kin of Morong 43

Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chair Leila de Lima was finally allowed to enter Camp Capinpin in Tanay, Rizal to look into the condition of 43 health workers arrested by the police and military over the weekend.

Morong 43 under inquest, still denied visits by kin, lawyers

Friends and colleagues of Morong 43, the health workers arrested over the weekend in Morong, Rizal have decided to hold the filing of a petition for a writ of habeas corpus following reports that the detainees are undergoing inquest.

Doctors’ group assails arbitrary arrests of colleagues in Rizal

Dr. Geneve E. Rivera-Reyes, Head’s secretary-general in a statement said the 43 health workers were illegally arrested and detained at the headquarters of the Philippine National Police (PNP).