Thousands heed Jaime Cardinal Sin’s and Butz Aquino’s call over Radio Veritas to gather around Camps Aguinaldo and Crame and bodily protect the rebels led by Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile, Armed Forces of the Philippines Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Fidel Ramos and the Reform the Armed Forces Movement (RAM).
By Volt Contreras
If the Edsa Revolution were to happen today, People Power might temptingly include a side trip to the mall. The loyalist Gen. Fabian Ver would have a hard time looking for open fields to deploy tanks but could put snipers up on the billboards, and the defecting Lt. Gen. Fidel V. Ramos would still make his famous victory jump—though with fewer people to see him, thanks to the elevated railway blocking the view.
By Niña P. Calleja
The petitioner who had asked the Makati court to evict from a North Forbes Park mansion, the former longtime partner of the late General Fabian Ver—the Marcos era chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines—is now seeking police assistance to avoid any violence that might erupt once the eviction order is executed.
By Fernando del Mundo
We have one of the worst floods in years. Almost all of Western Luzon is underwater. While Typhoon “Gloring” is leaving… there is a new typhoon… So we expect the rains to continue.
By Fernando del Mundo
When the phone rang one day in May 1979, he was not to know that he would be caught in one of the most tumultuous chapters in Philippine history.
By Cathy Yamsuan
Rumors linking Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile’s son Jack to the death of movie actor Alfie Anido in 1981 was the handiwork of the late Fabian Ver and were apparently devised to get even with Enrile, who was then pressing an investigation of Ver’s role in several attempts to kill a rival over a woman.
By Jerome Aning
A civil rights lawyers group has asked the Supreme Court to reverse its ruling that nullified a Quezon City court’s award of damages to 19 victims of torture committed by the military during martial law under then armed forces chief of staff Fabian Ver and several of his subordinates, including then lieutenant colonel now senator Panfilo Lacson.
By Tetch Torres
A group of lawyers asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling that affirmed the 2003 decision of the Court of Appeals reversing the award for damages against now Senator Panfilo Lacson and several others arising from a torture conducted during the martial law era.
By TJ Burgonio
A lawyers’ group on Saturday assailed a Supreme Court decision reversing a lower court’s award of damages to alleged torture victims of the late General Fabian Ver, then Lieutenant Colonel Panfilo Lacson and other ex-Marcos military officers.