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Maguindanao massacre case: By the numbers

/ 04:32 AM November 24, 2019

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Days it took since the massacre for authorities to arrest Andal Ampatuan Jr., then Datu Unsay mayor who allegedly led the armed men in the killing

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Counts of murder charged against Ampatuan Jr.

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Members of the Ampatuan clan who were charged with rebellion in December 2009. The case was later dropped for lack of evidence.

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Civilian Volunteer Organization members loyal to the Ampatuans who face multiple murder charges

Sept. 8, 2010

Date when the Quezon City Regional Trial Court started the Maguindanao massacre trial

P30 million

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Amount of bribes allegedly offered by then Gov. Andal Ampatuan Sr., including P10 million for then Press Secretary Jesus Dureza, in exchange for the release of the clan’s patriarch from jail

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Ampatuan clan members who won seats in the 2013 elections

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Policemen dismissed from service in December 2015 for setting up a checkpoint that blocked the victims’ convoy

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Age of Ampatuan Sr. when he died on July 17, 2015 after suffering a heart attack

Compiled by Inquirer Research Source: Inquirer Archives

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