Maria Ressa posts 90K bail for anti-dummy law charges
It’s not the end of the line yet for Rappler CEO Maria Ressa. The journalist was once again arrested after she came back from San Francisco, USA.
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa leaves the court room after posting P90,000 bail for anti-dummy charges. Photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler
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Ressa was charged for violating the anti-dummy law by the Pasig Regional Trial Court. She immediately posted a 90,000 pesos bail to get out of detention.
This is the second arrest of Ressa this year. In a press conference, she also stated that this is also the 7th time that she posted bail in a span of four months.
Still not harrassment?