Video+Foto/ Presidenti “ndëshkues” vret 300 shpërndarës droge

July 26, 2016 12:10

Video+Foto/ Presidenti “ndëshkues” vret 300 shpërndarës droge

Presidenti i Filipineve Rodrigo Duterte premtoi në fushatën e tij se do të asgjësonte gjithë shpërndarësit dhe konsumatorët e drogës.

Në fakt është pikërisht ajo që po bën.

300 persona raportohen të jenë vrarë këtë muaj nga policia.

Ai ka vendosur shpërblime të majme për çdo polic që vret shpërndarës droge.

60 mijë shpërndarës dhe konsumatorë janë dorëzuar vetë në polici për të evituar vdekjen.

Duterte është cilësuar si “Ndëshkuesi” nga filipinasit.

A Filipino woman grieves the loss of her husband, next to a placard which reads 'I'm a pusher'. The man was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in Pasay City, south of Manila, Philippines

A Filipino funeral parlor worker wrapping a body following a police operation against illegal drugs in in Pasay City, south of Manila

The body of a drug user is carried away following a police operation against illegal drugs in the town of Kawit, Cavite province, Philippines

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's war on illegal drugs has already killed almost 300 people since the start of July

Filipino villagers grieve the loss of their relative, who was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in Pasay City, south of Manila

Nearly 60,000 drug addicts across the Philippines have handed themselves in to authorities after president Duterte promised a law-and-order crackdown on drugs

Filipinos allegedly involved in illegal drugs handcuffed together inside a police headquarters in Manila. Presidential Communications Office Secretary Martin Andanar said close to 60,000 drug dependents have surrendered to authorities

Filipino inmates are seen inside a jail in Manila. President Rodrigo Duterte has urged citizens to 'go ahead and kill' drug dealers and users
Police officers remove packing tape wrapped over the lifeless head of an alleged drug dealer on a street in Manila

 

Picture shows the body of a killed Filipino allegedly involved in illegal drugs. Police have confirmed killing more than 110 drug suspects since president Duterte came to power

Police officers investigate the body of an alleged drug dealer, his face covered with packing tape and a placard reading 'I'm a pusher', on a street in Manila

At least 43,000 alleged drug traffickers have been 'neutralised' and 300kg of shabua, a highly addictive methamphetamine, has been confiscated

Pictured, arrested Filipinos allegedly involved in illegal drugs resting inside a shanty in Manila. President Duterte has warned of widespread bloodshed as part of the government's war on drugs

President Duterte vowed on one occasion during the election campaign that 100,000 people would die, and so many bodies would be dumped in Manila Bay that the fish there would grow fat from feeding on them, according to the South China Morning Post

Filipino suspected drug users and pushers participate in exercises after voluntarily surrendering in Manila

Grim scenes of alleged drug dealers found shot dead in Manila last week are growing increasingly common as police wage a bloody war on narcotics.

A Filipino allegedly involved with illegal drugs standing on top of an electric post as rescuers try to convince him to get down

The Filipino man allegedly involved with drugs is arrested by policemen after clinging on top of an electric post for hours
Members of the Philippine National Police Scene of the Crime Operatives conducting investigation following a police operation against illegal drugs

Pictured, the body of a killed Filipino allegedly involved in illegal drugs lying in a pool of blood in Manila

A member of the Philippine National Police Scene of the Crime Operatives examining recovered evidence in Manila. 

As the official death toll has mounted, and other bodies not confirmed killed by police have been found with placards declaring them drug traffickers, human rights lawyers have expressed deep concerns about the war on crime spiralling out of control
Solicitor General Jose Calida held a press conference on Monday at national police headquarters to insist on the legality of the police killings and to encourage more deaths of people suspected of being involved in the drug trade

 

 

July 26, 2016 12:10
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