ANTI-TERROR LAW 3 minutes of 40 minutes
“Sec. 9. Inciting to Commit Terrorism. – Any person who, without taking any direct part in the commission of terrorism, shall incite others to the execution of any of the acts specified in Section 4 hereof by means of speeches, proclamations, writings, emblems, banners or other representations tending to the same end, shall suffer the penalty of imprisonment of twelve (12) years.”
Terrorism is not defined in the law. It is left to policemen or arresting officer or the Anti-Terrorism Council under the Office of the President to determine, ex parte and unilaterally, whether or not a person is committing the undefined act of terrorism, and to warrantlessly arrest such person based on its own determination, and without hearing.