Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Christiane Amanpour Feb 13
You know a government is desperate when they arrest a journalist. President Duterte: FREE NOW.
Reply Retweet Like
Agnes Callamard Feb 13
And another terrible nail in the coffin. Maria, I am thinking of you. You can count on me. You can count on us.
Reply Retweet Like
Society of Professional Journalists Feb 13
Rappler’s founder, , has been arrested on charges of cyber libel. People in support of Ressa are hoping a judge will grant bail. This comes as the latest development in a political attempt to silence the press.
Reply Retweet Like
Times Square Feb 13
Just learned that our courageous and spirited honoree, , has been arrested for libel. Hard to imagine that this could happen just weeks after she was honored here on New Year’s Eve. - more important than ever. – Tim Tompkins, Times Square Alliance
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Courtney Radsch Feb 13
Just a few months ago I was traipsing around NY with the indefatigable and celebrating her award. Now she is in jail. From what I know about her & colleagues this will not intimidate or silence their critical journalism.
Reply Retweet Like
World Editors Forum Feb 13
Arrest of is outrageous escalation in growing global war on free press - Board. "Ressa, a brave journalist, seeks only to tell truth to power. She represents all of us and we stand behind her at this dangerous moment"
Reply Retweet Like
Kathleen Carroll Feb 13
Outraged by ⁦today’s arrest of ⁩. She must be released immediately. RT if you believe in . ⁦⁦
Reply Retweet Like
EmmaDaly Feb 13
Outrageous - the Philippines should drop these politically motivated charges & free at once. Her arrest is just the latest Duterte attempt to silence all criticism, says ’s
Reply Retweet Like
patrick Feb 13
There you go, you two can still tweet and openly express your thoughts di ba? Let that sink in! 🤪
Reply Retweet Like
Jennifer Nash 2m
et al ONLY only care about reform which benefits THEM: But we are a laughing stock& 20YEARS after NZ implemtd the we STILL have NO &VERY poor
Reply Retweet Like
Michael... Mike 10h
It’s too easy to write or speak just to deduce the given information into a black hole of disparity. Campaigning like news formulas seem to agree “if it bleeds it leads”. Better formulas do exist.
Reply Retweet Like
julius babao Feb 13
Waiting for Maria’s release. There should be no room for harassment in this country. keep up the fight!
Reply Retweet Like
Femie Myers 22h
Replying to @madeleine @mariaressa
I am not a troll nor receive a marching order from anyone. Maria Ressa is a liar and a purveyor of fake news, she violated the law of the land nd she need to face the consequences of her action.
Reply Retweet Like

Related searches

@mariaressa
gabriel 33m
double security for the comedians and around your buildings has just issued an edict to his ground troops to act
Reply Retweet Like
Dave Goodman 23h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Reply Retweet Like
DJ Misueño Feb 15
Many years or even decades ago, a sitting president sued for libel a journalist and testified in the witness stand. Was that an attack to ?
Reply Retweet Like
ICIJ Feb 13
We stand with and condemn the prosecution of CEO Maria Ressa by the Filipino authorities.
Reply Retweet Like
aponilapulapu 20h
Replying to @Greco_Belgica
just ignore her and let torment work its way to her bloated self entitled head. kuno...
Reply Retweet Like
Manuel Maniquis Feb 14
Replying to @PTVph @mariaressa
All has to do is to prove her innocence, what's got to do with it?
Reply Retweet Like
Audrey Muñez Feb 14
One should accuse people with evidence not with mere speculation. is so alive in the Philippines. Why they are targeting Duterte when the accuser is a private citizen?
Reply Retweet Like