Is President Rodrigo Duterte alarmed the police is killing a couple of individuals per hour within the final three nights of his brutal drug conflict?
Apparently not as President Spokesperson Ernie Abella identified the dearth of public shock over extra horrible crimes presumably achieved by drug-crazed individuals.
“I think it’s also quite alarming the fact that what is also equally alarming is that when we did not face these things, that there was… there was violence all over the land. I mean, old women being raped, babies being raped,” mentioned Abella in a Malacanang briefing.
“I mean, it’s just about time that those who are in government and those who are in a position to do something about it should be able to address these matters and end these matters forcefully,” he added.
He refused to say whether or not he was shocked or not that 75 individuals died in the middle of a torrid police operation on unlawful medicine performed within the final three days in Bulacan, Manila and Caloocan-Malabon-Navotas-Valenzuela (Camanava) space.
“Hindi ko sasabihin. I don’t think that the question is whether I’m surprised or not. We’re simply saying that we understand,” mentioned Abella.
He mentioned criticisms on the brutality of the operation, the place the police claimed they killed the suspect for resisting arrest, must be addressed by the PNP themselves.
“The police are taking their own steps in addressing that issue of making sure that the demand for illegal drugs be reduced,” mentioned Abella.