Bloody killing in Kadayawan: Three farmers shot dead in Compostela

KILABALITA
August 21, 2018

While the attention of Davao was on Kadayawan, attacks on Lumad schools continue. Last Saturday, a security staff of Salugpongan Learning Center campus in Bango, Compostela Valley, Rolly Panebio, was shot dead at 10:30 pm by motorcycle riding gunmen after finishing his shift.

The next day, a farmer couple, Gilbert and Jane Labial, who are members of the Compostela Farmers Association, were also shot by gunmen after they visited Panebio’s body at Alar Funeral Parlor. A barangay councilor who accompanied the couple witnessed the incident as Labial was driving his motorcycle and made a U-turn when he saw the gunmen. They were shot repeatedly after falling off the highway.

Attacks on farmers and Lumad school members have repeatedly happened in Compostela because of the people’s resistance against mining and militarization.

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Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.

 

Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.

 

Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.Filef Sydney and Migrante New South Wales held a special screening of short documentaries by Kilab Multimedia on different aspects of Human Rights struggle in the Philippines and stories on Lumads.

Kilab Multimedia is a collective of cultural and multimedia workers from Southern Mindanao that utilizes multimedia to bring grassroots stories and struggles from Mindanao into the mainstream. Formed in 2011, Kilab (the Visayan word for 'flash' or 'forward') produces news, documentary and features focusing on alternative narratives coming from the marginalized sectors - the Lumads, Moro, farmers, workers and urban poor. Kilab is a member of Altermidya People’s Alternative Media Network and is a non-profit group geared towards alternative journalism and multimedia service for the marginalized sectors.
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