3 more slain, 5 arrested in Bulacan drug bust


Three alleged drug pushers were neutralized while five others were arrested in separate buy-busts in the towns of Bocaue and Norzagaray in Bulacan on Tuesday. Senior Supt. Romeo Caramat Jr., acting police provincial director, identified the slain suspects as Rodesto Jenotan, alias “Hudas,” of Bocaue; Rodrigo Maringal, alias “Boy Cruz,” of Norzagaray; and Danilo Bardaje, alias “Jomar Fulgo.” Those arrested were Leodegario Bernardino, Jose Rendora and Bernard Estrella, all of Barangay FVR, Norzagaray; Rafael Serna of the City of San Jose del Monte; and Marites Nicolas of Bambang, Bocaue.


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    “The President is a lawyer by profession. He should know legal procedures,” thus, should behave as a statesman and not as a thug. The systematic killing of people involved in drugs constitutes a crime against humanity under the 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC). More than 1,500 drug suspects have been killed by the police and vigilantes since Duterte took office.

    The ICC, known as a court of last resort, handles genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. “The Philippines is a signatory to the statute, and there is no immunity for presidents there. “President Duterte should be reminded the Philippines signed the Rome Statute that punishes crimes against humanity,