136 and said that the War was already being won, based on statistical and observational evidence. Over China, but Gap Is Narrowing (2017 Pew Research Center,. Retrieved November 7, 2016. The officer said that he had personally been involved in killing 87 suspects, and described how the corpses had their head wrapped in masking tape with a cardboard placard labelling them as a drug offender so that the killing would not be investigated, or they. He offered financial assistance for Philippine drug rehabilitation centres, and made no mention of deaths resulting from the drug war. He asked, "Is that the only thing you de Lima can produce? Duterte, too, was blamed for inciting police abuse. "In Numbers Statistics of the Philippines war drugs". 104 Since June 2017 edit See also: 2017 Bureau of Customs drug smuggling scandal Allegations of police using hospitals to hide killings edit In June 2017 Reuters reported that "Police were sending corpses to hospitals to destroy evidence at crime scenes and hide the fact. Retrieved November 8, 2016. But it does not invalidate the urgent demands to rethink Tokhang, to probe and punish police abuse, and to make Duterte accountable for the worsening human rights violations that are taking place across the country.
They understand that millions of people are hurt by the high level of drug addiction and its consequences in the country but are also concerned by the 'extraordinarily high numbers killed during police operations in the context of an intensified anti-crime and anti-drug campaign." 156. 140 The Archbishop of Manila Luis Antonio Tagle acknowledged that people were right to be "worried about extrajudicial killings along with other "forms of murder abortion, unfair labor practices, wasting food, and "selling illegal drugs, pushing the youth to go into vices". Duterte was also successful at negotiating with the Philippine Communist Party. If I say: 'Okay, I'll stop'. See also: Extrajudicial killings and forced disappearances in the Philippines. "Espinosa killing 'incredibly brazen' - rights lawyer".