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Billionaire Richard Branson ‘deeply saddened’ by Duterte’s atrocio human rights violations


The British bilyonaryo is dismayed to hear the harrowing reports about the inhumane war on drugs of the Duterte administration.

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson took to Twitter his disappointment about the human rights situation in the Philippines, as reported by the group Amnesty International.

The flamboyant entrepreneur said the bloody drug war of President Rodrigo Duterte should not go unpunished.

“Deeply saddened to read @Amnesty’s latest report on the Philippines – more evidence that human rights violations committed under President Duterte’s murderous “war on drugs” constitute crimes against humanity,” Branson said as he shared the news report.

Amnesty International said no one among the police or government forces have been made accountable to the thousands of killings since 2016, or when the administration started.

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