President Rodrigo Duterte admitted that his ‘only sin’ is the extrajudicial killings as collateral damage for his administration’s brutal war against illegal drugs.
Category: War on Drugs
Edgar Matobato, self-confessed member of the notorious Davao Death Squad, categorically said that he personally witnessed Rodrigo Duterte kill at least eight times.
To this day, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has remained unapologetic over his “stupid God” remark.
38 nations ask PH: Stop killings, probe abuses The Philippines is again come under fire from the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) after 38 nations reiterated their call on President Duterte to end the killings in its war on drugs. The UN body also slammed DU30’s refusal to cooperate with the UNHRC in investigating […]
Lalong napasama ang masama ng pagkatao ni Duterte…
When President Rodrigo Duterte took office on June 30, 2016, he vowed to rid the country of illegal drugs, crime, and corruption in three to six months. Six months went by and the drug problem was still around. He then extended the deadline by another six months. A year and a half later, the drug problem still exists. What […]
There is an on-going fierce battle between the President and Senator Leila de Lima. How it will end is anybody’s guess. Each one has thrown accusations at each other.
PRESIDENT Duterte’s proclamation of a state of national emergency on account of lawless violence in Mindanao calls for warrantless arrests in four specific cases but requires that existing rules and jurisprudence be “strictly observed.”
When you meet an assassin who has killed six people, you don’t expect to encounter a diminutive, nervous young woman carrying a baby.
A witness who claimed to be a member of the Davao Death Squad (DDS), the notorious vigilante group allegedly behind the killings in the President’s hometown, appeared before the Senate on Sept. 15 and made explosive accusations against President Rodrigo Duterte on his alleged orders to kill more than 1,000 individuals when he was still […]
THE GLOBAL Commission on Drug Policy was born from the recognition that the prohibitionist and repressive “war on drugs,” which has persisted for the past 50 years, has failed. Drugs have always existed and have existed everywhere, and it is illusory to believe that their use can be eradicated completely, particularly through violent methods.
The victims of the depravities of drug-crazed killers and rapists likewise experience the same feeling of being deprived of due process whenever they recall images of their brutally raped and murdered loved ones and see the drug dealers and users who had been responsible still walking free anf victimizing more helpless people.