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Dennis Denora was born on 1951 in Philippines, is a Journalist. At 69 years old, Dennis Denora height not available right now. We will update Dennis Denora's height soon as possible.
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|71 years old
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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Dennis Denora (ca. 1951 – 7 June 2018) was a Filipino journalist and publisher best known for his weekly publication Trends and Times. He lived in Davao del Norte, Filippines, where he wrote about the history, events, and issues of the province. On June 7, 2018 Denora was murdered by two motorcyclists while stuck in traffic with his driver Mayonito Revira.
On June 7, 2018 Denora was riding in a white Hyundai Elantra with his driver, Mayonito Revira, on the national highway in New Pandan, Panabo City. At approximately ten past one in the afternoon, they were ambushed while in traffic by two men riding a motorcycle, who shot Denora multiple times in the head and body and Revira twice in his right hand. After the attack, Revira was able to drive approximately 300 meters to escape the assailants. Authorities later recovered three fired bullets and one fired cartridge from a caliber .45 pistol.
Daniel Bastard, the head of Reporters without Borders' Asia Pacific desk, wrote in a statement that "the current government keeps on pointing to this task force, created in October 2016, as evidence of its desire to protect journalists but this is the 6th journalist to be murdered since Rodrigo Duterte became president. The authorities must take more concrete measures to guarantee journalists' safety."