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Extra-judicial killings of drug suspects in Thailand legal or willful?
Independent Commission for Examination, Study and Analysis of the Formation and Implementation of the Drug Suppression Policy
by Independent Commission For Examination, Study and Analysis of the Formation and Implementation of the Drug Suppression Policy, Distributed by Ngandee in Bangkok]
Written in English
|Statement||official report of the Independent Commission for Examination, Study and Analysis of the Formation and Implementation of the Drug Suppression Policy|
|LC Classifications||KPT4507 .E98 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||2011305490|
Extra Judicial Killing(EJK) is one of the major problems that the Philippine encounter in the past few years. Killing is done by the government authorities without undergoing any of the judicial proceeding. This killings was seen to be immoral for the Filipinos. It was first done when President Rodrigo Duterte sat on his place when he advocate to fight for illegal drugs also known as "TOKHANG". Extrajudicial killing of minority rights defender and youth activist Chaiyaphum Pasae On 17 March , Chaiyaphum Pasae, a Lahu youth activist was shot dead by military officials who were attempting to arrest him as an alleged drug suspect in Chiang Dao district of Thailand.
Bangkok: Three drug suspects -- including an American -- shot and stabbed their way out of a Thai court before brazenly fleeing in a pick-up truck, police said Tuesday. The three were still on the loose more than 24 hours after breaking out of a Pattaya court holding room on . It was bound to happen – a debate on whether excessive force was used in the extra-judicial killing of the two alleged suspects in Lightfoot East .
Thailand's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for two Burmese migrant workers convicted of murdering two British backpackers on a Thai resort island in READ: SWS: Vast majority of Filipinos think drug suspects should be captured alive. The PNP previously said the killing of Catanduanes-based Author: Unlisted.
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Thailand has been unable to hold state officials accountable for extrajudicial killings, torture or forced disappearances due to a flawed and biased justice process. The missing footage once again will prevent the justice system from fulfilling its mission of getting to the bottom of yet another mysterious killing.
This time all parties are renouncing the mass-killing of Thaksin's war on drugs in their anti-drug policies. For more information on the alleged 1, to 2, extrajudicial killings of An extrajudicial killing (also known as extrajudicial execution) is the killing of a person by governmental authorities or individuals without the sanction of any judicial proceeding or legal process.
Extrajudicial killings often target leading political, trade union, dissident, religious, and social figures. Since Ja bloody campaign against drugs and crime, urged on by President Rodrigo Duterte, has wiped out thousands of lives, mostly of the poor.
Almost every night in major urban centers, drug suspects are slain in the streets or in their homes, sometimes along with innocent bystanders, friends, or family members.
Warning: This story contains graphic images. A report on how there's been a growing number of extra-judicial killings in Thailand where its Prime. While the death toll in the government’s war on drugs eclip, the DOJ said state prosecutors had only brought six cases in courts regarding the killings of drug suspects “outside of.
That this corruption has allowed drug cartels to sink their roots deep into the nation’s social fabric is also true. However, failure to enforce laws, rather than the laws themselves, is what undermines justice in this country.
READ: Extra-judicial killings not state-sanctioned: Palace; The President often talks of the power of the drug : Inday Espina-Varona.
In survey results released in Decemberfor example, 85% of respondents said they were satisfied with the administration’s campaign against legal drugs and 88% said that the drug problem had declined after Duterte became president, but 69% considered extra-judicial killing a serious problem, and 78% worried that they, or someone they.
cases are those perpetrated in relation to the Duterte Administration’s “war on drugs.” In particular, four key issues are tackled, namely, (1) vague legal definition of “extrajudicial killings,” (2) due process of law, (3) presumption of regularity and command responsibility, and (4) accountability and Size: KB.
On January 9,PNP Task Force Usig announced that 3 policemen, 11 soldiers and 3 militiamen had been arrested or named suspects in killings of media men and militants since Director Jefferson P. Soriano submitted the report with the 17 names to PNP chief Avelino Razon.
Throughout the drug war, government agencies charged with investigating extrajudicial killings and other human rights abuses lacked either the independence or the capacity to carry out full and.
By Raissa Robles I wasn’t even aware we had such a law until I researched our legislation on extra-judicial killings. That was how I stumbled on Republic Act No. entitled “An Act defining and penalizing crimes against international humanitarian law, genocide and other crimes against humanity, organizing jurisdiction, designating special courts, and for related.
Police raids on houses of drug suspects without judicial warrants violated the antitorture law and other individual rights enshrined in the Constitution, two Supreme Court justices said on. in our country, extrajudicial killing will be now chronic.
Killing of people who are involve in drug use, abuse, and other major issue of criminality involvement. This country needs controll and a discipline leader.
Extra judicial killing is needed for this country but as roman catholics it is against the law. Rappler's latest stories on extrajudicial killings. If the cumulative death count to date is 5, that means the killings have slowed to 1, in the past year and a half.
Joint UN, international court probe on slays under Duterte administration sought. Adrian Ayalin, ABS-CBN News Posted at Oct 04 PM. MANILA - A lawyers’ group and relatives of victims of alleged extrajudicial killings in government's drug war have asked the International Criminal Court to run a parallel investigation with the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on murder and.
Duterte’s active promotion of killing drug suspects led to a sharp increase in such killings during his time as mayor: according to one estimate, at least 1, such killings took place in.
Drug suspects shoot way out of Thai court On Nov 5, 8, Three drug suspects — including an American — shot and stabbed their way out of a Thai court before brazenly fleeing in a pick-up. "The international community is not fooled by the government's assertion that the killings perpetrated in the name of the so-called war on drugs don't constitute extrajudicial killings," Fisher said.
Extrajudicial killings have been the chief human rights concern in the Philippines for many years and, after a sharp rise with the onset of the anti-drug Author: Pia Lee-Brago. Duterte once vowed to kill his own children, if he caught them using drugs.
Now he sanctions the killing of other people’s children, on the grounds that drug use is unforgivable moral laxity. Last year alone, IPOA was probing more than cases of extra-judicial killings across the country, with urban slum areas worst hit.
According to IMLU statistics, people died from police bullets between and June Of these, 58 happened between January and June this : JOSEPH MURAYA.The Philippine Drug War refers to the drug policy of the Philippine government under President Rodrigo Duterte, who assumed office on J According to former Philippine National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa, the policy is aimed at "the neutralization of illegal drug personalities nationwide".
Duterte has urged members of the public to kill criminals and drug on: Philippines.