Andal Ampatuan Sr. , center, a powerful Filipino clan leader who is a suspect in the 2009 massacre of 57 people, listens during his arraignment on electoral sabotage at the Pasay city regional trial court, south of Manila, Philippines on Monday March 26, 2012. Andal Sr. has been on trial for murder and on Monday pleaded not guilty to charges of rigging elections to favor former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's allies. (AP Photo/Noel Celis, Pool)

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Andal Ampatuan Sr. , center, a powerful Filipino clan leader who is a suspect in the 2009 massacre of 57 people, listens during his arraignment on electoral sabotage at the Pasay city regional trial court, south of Manila, Philippines on Monday March 26, 2012. Andal Sr. has been on trial for murder and on Monday pleaded not guilty to charges of rigging elections to favor former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's allies. (AP Photo/Noel Celis, Pool)
Andal Ampatuan Sr. , center, a powerful Filipino clan leader who is a suspect in the 2009 massacre of 57 people, listens during his arraignment on electoral sabotage at the Pasay city regional trial court, south of Manila, Philippines on Monday March 26, 2012. Andal Sr. has been on trial for murder and on Monday pleaded not guilty to charges of rigging elections to favor former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's allies. (AP Photo/Noel Celis, Pool)
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