PHILIPPINES: The politics of the decision against journalist Maria Ressa

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On Monday, a local court found prominent journalist and administration critic Maria Ressa guilty of cyber-libel and ordered that she pay a fine and damages of roughly USD 8,000, and sentenced her to a minimum of six months and a maximum of six years in prison. Ressa will be out on bail while her appeal is pending, and the multi-level process — first to the Court of Appeals and then the Supreme Court — could take years, potentially going beyond the end of President Rodrigo Duterte’s term in 2022. Rappler, the media organization that she set up and which published the story that was the s
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