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‘Kapal naman ng mukha n’yo,’ Satur Ocampo tells Enrile over ‘no arrest’ claim

/ 05:21 PM September 21, 2018

Juan Ponce Enrile. FILE PHOTO

Former Bayan Muna representative Satur Ocampo reminded former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile on Friday that he, including some of the individuals detained during the martial law period, are still alive and can attest to the alleged atrocities of the Marcos regime.

“Ang kapal naman ng mukha at ang lakas naman ng apog nila, buhay pa nga kaming mga makakapagsalita,” Ocampo told INQUIRER.net at the sidelines of a rally for the martial law declaration anniversary.

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(So shameless; we are still alive to tell the truth.)

Enrile, who was the Defense Minister of former President Ferdinand Marcos, earlier said that there was no arrest of government critics during the span of their two-decade rule.

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“They claim that we killed a lot of people. When I was interviewed by someone some time ago, I challenged her, name me one that we executed, other than Lim Seng,” Enrile told former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. in a one-on-one interview on Thursday.

 

READ: Enrile: No massacres, arrest during martial law

According to Ocampo, who was detained in 1976 and escaped prison later in 1985, their stories were not mere hearsay, as it had been recognized by various non-partisan local and international groups.

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