Philippines to charge news site Rappler with tax evasion, SE Asia

MANILA (AFP) - Philippine prosecutors said on Friday (Nov 9) they will file tax evasion charges against a news website that has clashed with President Rodrigo Duterte, a case the outlet branded as an "intimidation" effort.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Philippines to charge news site Rappler for tax evasion

MANILA: The Philippines’ justice department said on Friday it had found cause to indict online news site Rappler and its top executive for tax evasion. The justice department said it “found probable cause” to indict Rappler for violation of the country’s tax laws after it did not declare gains made in its 2015 tax returns. Rappler said in a statement the indictment “is a clear

DOJ OKS tax evasion case vs Rappler | Inquirer News

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has approved the filing of tax evasion case against online news outfit Rappler.

MANILA — The Department of Justice on Friday ordered the filing of criminal charges against online news site Rappler president Maria Ressa and its accountant Noel Baladiang in connection with the PHP133-million tax evasion complaint filed by Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).In a...

DOJ indicts Rappler on tax evasion charges  | Philstar.com

The Department of Justice found probably cause to indict Rappler Holdings Corporation —  the holding company of Philippine news site Rappler — its President Maria Ressa, and its independent Certified Public Accountant Noel A Baladiang, on tax evasion charges.

'Di nga nagbayad! DOJ finds probable cause to indict Rappler, Maria Ressa for tax evasion

News website Rappler and its president Maria Ressa faces indictment over the at least P108 million in taxes owed to the government.