CRACKING DOWN Gruesome pictures reveal drug dealers shot dead after Philippines president’s call to rid country of criminals
He promised to eradicate drug crime within six months
Surrender or die: Death toll in the Philippines' war on drugs rises to more than 400 as Duterte's brutal crackdown brings terror to the slums
Death toll in the Philippines' war on drugs rises to more than 400
WARNING: Graphic content. Hundreds have died since Rodrigo Duterte won a landslide election in May, promising to rid society of drugs in six months by killing tens of thousands of criminals. One man (top left) was attacked as he drove his tricycle, his body left hanging from the humble vehicle as blood dripped onto the street. Other people have simply turned up dead in deserted streets and vacant lots at night, their faces cocooned in packaging tape and with cardboard signs accusing them of being drug dealers hanging on their chests. The attacks have left wives and relatives crying and fainting at the carnage, but also driven drug users and small-time dealers into frantic mass surrenders to district officials. Police say a staggering 565,806 have turned themselves in.
SIM PORQUE ESSA COISA DO TUDO E DO SEU CONTRÁRIO NÃO DEVE RENDER.ROMA TAMBÉM NÃO PAGAVA A TRAIDORES...CUIDEM-SE