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UN’s Agnes Callamard should Apologize now that CHR Ruled that there are no State-Sponsored EJKs

Agnes Callamard





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Dr. Agnes Callamard, United Nations rights rapporteur expressed her disgust on Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo. She reacted by saying; Stop extrajudicial killings instead of requesting media to “tone down” reports on them. Callamard shows to be very irresponsible with her words. Like Leni Robredo, she also maligned the Philippines by believing false reports and worst, promoting it through media interviews.






Youtube video by; Eagle News
[VIDEO]: Malabo nang matuloy ang pagbisita sa bansa ni United Nations Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard para mag- imbestiga sa umano’y nagaganap na extra judicial killings (EJK) bunsod ng pinaigting na kampanya sa illegal na droga ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.



Wanda Teo’s Plea

Teo said in a news conference in Bangkok, Thailand, that reports about the killings related to the President’s war on drugs were not good for tourism. She said that the video on the drug killings sent by Leni Robredo to a United Nations’ side event painted the Philippines in a bad light.




Agnes Callamard is Hypocrite

Stop extrajudicial killings?  She does not even have the guts to land her feet on the Philippine soil to investigate the truth? Why is Callamard maligning the Filipino people and the country? IS she really from the UN or a biased supporter of the Liberal Party? How can she prover her claims that there are state-sponsored killings as she insinuates?



Amnesty International’s Report is based on Hearsays

Callamard was referring to the London-based Amnesty International’s 2016 report that accused the PNP of paying police officers to kill alleged drug offenders. It concluded that majority of the drug-related killings were systematically planned and organized by authorities and can constitute crimes against humanity.




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CHR’s Findings are based on Facts

CHR Commissioner Gwen Pimentel-Gana speaks on the sidelines of a CHR-sponsored forum on women and children victims of the campaign against narcotics saying that there was no official policy ordering the Philippine National Police to kill suspected drug pushers and users. Based on the law, this is needed to determine that the administration is involved in such killings. She also said that they are not Amnesty International that based their reports on rumors. They always support their findings with facts.




http://globalnation.inquirer.net/153819/un-rights-expert-stop-ejks-instead-toning-reports

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/884356/chr-exec-says-killings-not-state-sponsored




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