By Kate Pedroso
, Marielle Medina
It has been seven years since Edita Burgos’ son, farmer-activist Jonas Burgos, was abducted in Quezon City, and despite losing hope that she will find justice under the Aquino administration, she continues to draw strength from family and friends.
Exactly seven years after the abduction of farmer-activist Jonas Burgos, his mother Edita has reminded President Aquino of his promise to conduct a “dedicated and exhaustive investigation” that would eventually reunite her with her son.
By Nikko Dizon
As he gets his second star, Brig. Gen. Eduardo Año, the military’s intelligence chief, expressed hope that the time will come when the Jonas Burgos case would no longer be appended to his name.
The mother of Jonas Burgos said the promotion of Brigadier General Eduardo Año to major general does not negate his alleged involvement in her activist son’s disappearance.
By Maila Ager
The Commission on Appointments on Wednesday confirmed the promotion of 18 military officials, including that of the chief of Intelligence Service of the Armed of the Philippines (ISAFP), who has been linked to the disappearance of activist journalist Jonas Burgos.