Relatives of victims of drug war on the Philippines win lawsuit

Relatives of victims of drug war on the Philippines win lawsuit

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The families of four people who died by police violence in the Philippines of a right protection and the right to use the police files to see.

It is the first successful lawsuit against the harsh anti-drugs policies of the Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte. The family of a man who police brutality in nauwernood survived joined the lawsuit.

Four agents were of the court, the ban imposed to do not more in the neighborhood of the families of the four deceased. Also, should the agents be transferred to other police station’s.

The ‘war on drugs’ on the Filpijnen that seven months ago was started by Duterte would be approximately 7,700 people life have cost.

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According to the relatives of the officers had, among other forgery committed to cover up that they are outside of their jurisdiction, were gone. This allowed them according to one of their lawyers to prove because one of the men, Efren Morillo, managed to survive.

Morillo asserts that he has nothing to do with drugs and that he is the aaval from the police, survived by playing dead. According to Morillo, he heard his friends begging for their life before they were liquidated. He also states that he and his friends have no weapons.

Duterte recently announced all of the army would be used against corrupt agents. Also gave the president on his fight against drugs in the country to continue.

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