Human rights violation?

@Yadah04 (3026)
Philippines
September 14, 2016 7:44pm CST
It is known to many that the Philippines is currently fighting its war on illegal drugs. With this fight, many extra judicial killings -- summary executions, as others call it, are reported. Even the police have no qualms in killing alleged users or pushers who, according to the police, resisted arrest. Human rights advocates, both local and international, are raising a red flag on these summary executions and that these killings should be investigated and stopped. What is your take on these? Are the police crossing the line on these war on drugs? Or are the human rights advocates just a hindrance on these war?
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@skysnap (17489)
15 Sep 16
I think philipines is setting an example in front of the world. this is indeed good.
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@Yadah04 (3026)
• Philippines
6 Oct 16
but the it is saddening that the world is seeing the bad picture of this all. like what i have read in one of the international newspaper.
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@Yadah04 (3026)
• Philippines
6 Oct 16
@skysnap mabuhay! may the philippines finally be a better place to live in. well, just so that families will not be separated because mom or dad is abroad working.
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@cherigucchi (4030)
• Philippines
6 Oct 16
Its really hard to take a stand on this because both ways have repercussions.
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@Yadah04 (3026)
• Philippines
6 Oct 16
exactly. but keeping my thoughts positive in here. hope all of these will be for the betterment of our country.
@MattMeng (3283)
• Hangzhou, China
15 Sep 16
I want to know whether you have get the goal?
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@Yadah04 (3026)
• Philippines
6 Oct 16
what do you mean whether i have get the goal exactly?
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@jstory07 (61278)
• Roseburg, Oregon
6 Oct 16
The police are crossing the line if they are just shooting them.