Of Course : Just Orders : Backseat

Of Course : Just Orders : Backseat

Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency spokesman Derrick Carreon said the stripping of the inmates was on the order of the provincial governor and the guards.

“We just provide technical expertise,” he said. [reference article below]


Of course, everyone is just following orders.

Of course, everyone is just following orders, the “law.”

Of course, everyone is just following orders, the “law” and “technical expertise.”

So then, each of us will give an account of himself to God.   (Romans 14:12)

Lesson: King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg cannot blame the “law” for promoting a hate crime, nor, Judge Lori K. Smith the “testimony” and certainly Prosecutor Jason Simmons cannot blame the “jury.” At least God is not going to accept such nonsense of corruption.

Bonus: “Duterte, who remains popular with many Filipinos, has said human rights must take a backseat to defeating the much greater menace of illegal drugs ravaging society.” [reference article below]

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Thursday, March 2, 2017

Article Reference

(yahoo.com)—Duterte, who remains popular with many Filipinos, has said human rights must take a backseat to defeating the much greater menace of illegal drugs ravaging society….

“This incident clearly amounts to cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment of prisoners,” Amnesty International said in a statement.

Amnesty cited United Nations’ standards and Philippine laws in highlighting the obligation of authorities to ensure prisoners were not subjected to torture or ill-treatment.

Human Rights Watch also said international standards prohibited searches that intimidated or unnecessarily intruded upon a prisoner’s privacy.