Viral post condemns Duterte critics for spreading lies: “He was not a victim of Duterte’s war on drugs!”

“These people claim decency and say they are defenders of human rights. But their acts reveal them for what they truly are,” writes Dr. Antonio Contreras slamming Duterte critics for getting so low to malign PD30.

Meanwhile, a viral post condemning Duterte critics for using the death of a certain individual to attack President Duterte is making the rounds online.

Facebook user identified as Iwi Laurel expressed her anger towards the political detractors of Duterte who uses the passing of her husband to further their political agenda.

In the words of Dr. Antonio Contreras, “an anti-Duterte relative of Jim Paredes and Cynthia Patag posted on social media claiming that Iwi Laurel’s husband was a victim of Duterte’s drug war,” wrote in his Facebook post.

The grieving wife did not learn this until concerned friends have approached her at husband’s wake about the Facebook posts that have gone viral.

To get the facts straight concerning the circumstances of her husband’s demise, Ms. Iwi Laurel took to Facebook to speak up against the Duterte critics.

“Many concerned friends have approached me at Noli’s wake about Facebook posts that have gone viral. Please allow me once and for all to help you get your facts straight,” Ms. Iwi Laurel opened her post.

“Fact: Noli was not abducted and drugged.
Fact: He was not killed.
Fact: Noli was not a victim of “Duterte’s war on drugs,” she continued.

“Forgive me for saying this, but you were not in the ER during his last moments and we never appointed you to be the family’s spokesperson. So please, do not use Noli’s passing for any of your political motives and schemes,” the grieving widow angrily warns the individuals behind the malicious post.

Ms. Iwi Laurel ended her post, by asking them to pray for her family instead of spreading lies.

If you are a good person, you will stop spreading all these lies. If you have compassion, you will understand that we are grieving for someone we love very much who was a good person and we miss him terribly. If you have extra time in your hands, I suggest you pray. Yes, prayer is the best thing you could engage in right now. And when you feel the urge to post anything again, maybe ask yourself if your words are true, necessary and helpful. But prayers please. We could find comfort in your prayers during these difficult times.

Source: Iwi Laurel


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