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November 24, 2010
[Audio] Family Undaunted in Search for 58th Ampatuan Victim

Reynafe Momay, shown here in her home in Isulan with her son RonJosh in the background, wants people to remember her father. (Photo by Jes Aznar)

Maria Reynafe Momay-Castillo, shown here in her home in Isulan with her son RonJosh in the background, wants people to remember her father. (Photo by Jes Aznar)

Maria Reynafe Momay-Castillo talks to Bulatlat.com about what she and her family went through as they searched for Reynaldo Momay, the 58th victim of the Ampatuan Massacre whose body remains missing. Reynafe also recalls who Reynaldo was as a father and a journalist. She also relates the toll the massacre has exacted on her family and what motivates her to attend the hearings, even if her family does not yet have a case against the suspects. “As long as they see me, they will remember that someone remains missing,” Reynafe says. “I am showing to the government that we, too, want justice.”

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