Filemon ‘Popoy’ Lagman
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- New rise of Philippines labour
- By Reihana Mohideen, Green Left Weekly, 15
August 1996. Organizational changes in labor corresponding
to a move toward greater militance. Interview with
- Free Comrade Popoy!
- A statement from the Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino
(the Revolutionary Workers Party of the Philippines), 18
November 1996. Popoy Lagman and APEC.
- BMP Philippines Alert 3
- From Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (Solidarity of
Filipino Workers), Tuesday 18 November 1996. Regarding the
arrest of BMP chairperson Filemon
Popoy Lagman and
the continuing harassment of workers and activists as the
official APEC summit comes near
- Death of a Maverick
- Manila Times, editorial, 8 February
2001. Mr. Lagman was chair of the militant labor group
Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino and leader of the
party-list organization Sanlakas at the time of his
death. BMP members claimed the murder was
motivated meant to frighten activist labor
- Popoy Lagman: A revolutionary life
- By Dan Mariano, Today, 8 February 2001. On
Tuesday a gunman fired at least four times and Popoy at
close range. Fearless was just one of Popoy's many
attributes. Committed—even at the risk of his own
life—was another. The Filipino working class has
lost a champion.
- ‘Popoy’ slay: 3 of 4 suspects
- By Jaime Laude, The Philippine Star, 10
February 2001. The Philippine National Police's
Task Force Popoy has identified three of the four
men who gunned down left-wing labor leader File-mon
Popoy Lagman. The Lagman slaying was to undermine
the Arroyo administration.