Just in: PNoy’s last 30 months register more homicide cases versus PRRD’s first 30 months, PNP data shows!

According to Thinking Pinoy, there were more homicide cases in PNoy’s last 30 months compared to PRRD’s first 30 months.

“Assuming drug pushers and drug lords are dying during PRRD’s first 30 months and that there were more homicides during the immediately preceding 30 months under PNoy, WHO EXACTLY were dying when PNoy was still in office?” Thinking Pinoy asked.

This led to another question from Thinking Pinoy:

There were more homicides under PNOY, so does that mean that instead of drug dealers and drug lords, regular people were dying under the PNoy Regime?

Check out Thinking Pinoy’s full FB post below.

STATS SHOW DESPITE DRUG WAR, HOMICIDES IN PRRD’S FIRST 30 MONTHS FEWER THAN IN PNOY’S LAST 30

[ERRATUM: ORIGINAL VERSION OF THIS POST STATED “FIRST 36” AND “LAST 36”. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN “FIRST 30” AND “LAST 30” INSTEAD. THE REST OF THE WRITEUP HAS BEEN EDITED TO REFLECT THIS CORRECTION.]

Citing Philippine National Police data, PCOO Asec. Ana Marie Banaag said:

“We have found that from mid-2016 up to Dec 2018, the figures – estimated at 28,518 – are way lower than the homicide cases during the past administration that is from 2014 to mid 2016 at 29,711 incidents”

Banaag added:

“…these homicide cases are not at all directly related to the deaths during anti-illegal drugs operations… [These] may have resulted out of road rage, land dispute, personal grudge, business rivalry, love triangle, family dispute or politics (and other causes).”

Asec. Banaag delivered this #RealNumbersPH presentation at the 5th Diplomatic Briefing on Human Rights-Related Issues held at the Department of Foreign Affairs on 03 June 2019.

TP’S TAKEAWAY
Despite not having a war against drugs, there were more homicides during President Noynoy Aquino’s last 30 months in office compared to the first 30 months of President Rody Duterte’s term.

Assuming that drug pushers and drug lords are dying during PRRD’s first 30 months and that there were more homicides during the immediately preceding 30 months under PNoy, WHO EXACTLY were dying when PNoy was still in office?

There were more homicides under PNOY, so does that mean that instead of drug dealers and drug lords, regular people were dying under the PNoy Regime?

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