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Philippine President Duterte denies any involvement in the so-called Davao death squad (DDS)

By Giovanni Nilles (The Philippine Star) | Updated September 23, 2016 – 12:00am

President Rodrigo Duterte Duterte pointed out not a single case was filed against him when Sen. 326 more words

Duterte Admin, on this day - 20 Sept 2016

Sen. De Lima delivers her privilege speech today. A lot of highlights, including a list of names she described as core of the Davao Death Squad. 215 more words


Alleged Davao Death Squad member faces Senate probe

In photo: Alleged Davao Death Squad member Edgar Matobato testifies in Senate. Photo credits to news.abs-cbn.com

By Maria Katreena Saguid

Alleged member of Davao Death Squad (DDS) revealed atrocities “ordered” by President Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte while serving as Davao City mayor, September 15. 418 more words


A Testimony In Aid Of Political Destabilization

It was an old trick from the Liberal Party political playbook. A witness stands during a supposed legislative inquiry and accusing whoever they want to accuse so that the people would go to the streets and call for a change in government. 581 more words

Davao Death Squad

[Statement] Imbistigahan ang Davao Death Squad! -iDEFEND

Imbistigahan ang Davao Death Squad!

Muling nabuhay sa kamalayan ng mamamayan ang Davao Death Squad (DDS) dulot ng ginawang testimonya ni Edgar Matobato sa katatapos na pagdinig ng Senado hinggil sa isyu ng extra-judicial killings. 486 more words

Human Rights

Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine National Police Deny Allegations of Death Squad Witness Edgar Matobato

By Frances Mangosing

Philippine Inquirer

The Armed Forces of the Philippines has no records of ‘Sali Makdum,’ an international terrorist supposedly killed on orders of President Rodrigo Duterte in early 2000. 297 more words

Probing de Lima better for the nation than probing killer witness

What could have been an enlightening investigation/hearing on extrajudicial killing related to the Duterte administration’s relentless war on drugs by the Senate Committee on Justice chaired by Sen. 440 more words