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Maguindanao massacre
victim’s kin seeking help


The daughter of a Negrense broadcaster killed in the 2010 Maguindanao Massacre is seeking help to attain justice for her father and the release of assistance to her brother who is a minor.

Princess Araneta, 24, said she and her three other siblings in Negros Occidental are children of slain broadcaster Henry Araneta from two previous relationships.

He was married to Karen Araneta  who resides in Mindanao.

They were informed recently that her father’s wife, along with 13 other families, had agreed to a settlement instead of pursuing justice for the death of her father, Princess said.

She said she and her three other siblings residing in Negros want recognition as his children and to have a say on his case, but do not have the means to get help or a lawyer.

They are also asking that assistance released to the kin of   massacre victims also be given to their 16-year-old brother, who is a minor.*CPG





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