Marcos burial protested in Metro Manila

Coconuts TV captured the scene in the streets of Metro Manila on Nov. 18 when protests erupted over the sneak heroes’ burial of former Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos, who embezzled up to 10 billion dollars during his corrupt and violent regime.

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