Duterte gov’t allows ‘drug war’ deaths to go unsolved
His lifeless body slumped on the ground with a pool of blood slowly spreading on the ground, turned the gray concrete darker in color.
It was 10 pm, a few minutes before the vegetables he was supposed to sell were due to arrive. But Manny did not live long enough for the next day’s marketing chores as a man shot him at close range, piercing bullets into his cheek and neck, killing him instantly.
Just like the perpetrators of several thousand other extrajudicial killings, the suspect was wearing a bonnet, rendering him unidentifiable to possible witnesses. It didn’t help that the act was committed at night and in a place where foot traffic is scarce after the sun sets.
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