The story of Felix Dalisay is just one of the traumatic experiences of martial law chronicles. Felix, a leader of one activist group during martial law. He was arrested and brought to Camp Crame for interrogation.

He recalls that he was tied to a chair during the interrogation and if they didn’t like the answers was punished by some kicks and slapping that almost broke his bones. He remembers that they would use several different torture techniques just to make them feel miserable.

The whole experience is very traumatic and some of his colleagues would even go crazy just thinking about the torture that they went through. The victims still carry the burden and trauma that they experience during the martial law so imagine how they felt when they learned about the burial of Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. It was a sad event they felt forgotten and even mocked by some Marcos supporters that they cannot move on from the past.