ANTI-DRUG DEATH SQUADS: Philippines President Rodrigo ‘The Punisher’ Duterte’s Fight Against Drugs Is A Deadly Gun For Hire Assassinations

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header-1Death Squad Couple Claim They Get $100 To Kill A Drug Dealer Or User!

philippines-president-rodrigo-punisher-kills'How was your day, dear?' Husband and wife death squad duo are paid $100 for every drug user they kill on the streets of The Philippines for President Rodrigo 'The Punisher' Duterte… and have now executed 800 between them.

By NIC WHITE

FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA

MANILA – A husband and wife team claim their vigilante death squad is behind almost 800 murders in the Philippines' bloody drug war.

philippines-president-rodrigo-punisher-kills5They lead one of several groups responsible for well over half the 4,000 drug dealers and users killed so far in hits ordered by the police.

The couple, known as Ace and Sheila, told SBS Dateline, in a program airing on Tuesday night, that they earn $100 for each target. 

At least 2,730 people have gunned down by vigilante groups paid cash by police for each confirmed kill, leaving cards labelled 'pushers' to attract media and prove the hit.

These groups are a key part in President Rodrigo 'The Punisher' Duterte's pledge to kill 100,000 drug users and dealers and fill Manila Bay with their bodies.

Ace and Sheila claim their group is responsible for a quarter of killings by private death squads so far – almost a fifth of the total body count.

philippines-president-rodrigo-punisher-kills2Ace was the first to get involved in the death squad in an attempt to feed their family

Sheila was brought in later because, as a woman, she could get closer to their targets are and them out

The grieving family of a drug user who was gunned down in Manila

Heavily armed police drive through the streets of Manila to raid a drug dealer's house

They get a call from a well-known policeman they call their boss with a name and are sent a photo, then they have three days to carry out the hit.

The group's first rule is to never ask questions, but they know sometimes the targets are just people who have crossed their boss.

Brand-D-LogoTargets are always shot to death after at least one day of planning to get close to them and catch them unawares.

They get a call from a well-known policeman they call their boss with a name and are sent a photo, then they have three days to carry out the hit

'We don’t just shoot them once. We don’t leave them with just one shot. We make sure they’re dead,' they said.

The couple say they began their murder-for-hire job because it was the only way to make that sort of money in a country where the average wage is only $380 a month.

'From the beginning, when I started this, I knew it was really risky. But if I don’t do it, there’s an even greater risk that I won’t be able to feed my family. Because I can’t do any other work,' Ace said.

'It’s better that I just continue with our operation. If I say no, my boss might get back at me, take revenge. I might be killed, so I just follow orders.'

Targets are always shot to death after at least one day of planning to get close to them and catch them unawares

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'I don't give a shit about repercussions' saysThe Philippines for President Rodrigo 'The Punisher' Duterte

'I don't give a shit about repercussions' says Duterte in August

philippines-president-rodrigo-punisher-kills6Ace was the first to get involved, but the group had trouble getting close to some of its targets and thought Sheila could get close to them because she was a woman.

'I started working for them when they were having trouble with the target. They couldn’t get close to him. For almost a week they couldn’t finish the job. So the boss was getting angry,' Sheila said.

'So my husband had an idea that I get involved, and try to do the hit, and I was able to do it.'

Sheila said she may dress as a dancer in a nightclub or cosy up to them in a bar depending on their habits, and complete the job when they were alone.

philippines-president-rodrigo-punisher-kills4The couple say they began their murder-for-hire job because it was the only way to make that sort of money in a country where the average wage is only $380 a month

Ace was the first to get involved, but the group had trouble getting close to some of its targets and thought Sheila could get close to them because she was a woman

Sheila said she may dress as a dancer in a nightclub or cosy up to them in a bar depending on their habits, and complete the job when they were alone

The couple said they felt guilty about murdering hundreds of people, but felt they had to continue or their boss would have them killed.

'When you go home, you see your kids, and feel guilty,' Sheila said.

'But I tell myself that the person I’ve killed is a much worse person. Many lives will be ruined if he is not killed. So he must die, and that’s not my fault.

The couple said they felt guilty about murdering hundreds of people, but felt they had to continue or their boss would have them killed

'If I stop doing this, the situation will be reversed, we’ll be the ones to be targeted' the husband said

'I’ve done nothing wrong. If he weren’t a bad person he wouldn’t have been in that situation.

'If I stop doing this, the situation will be reversed, we’ll be the ones to be targeted. So we really hope that the job is finished. And once it’s done, there’s no more to be done, and we go our separate ways.

'For us it’s work. When there’s work there’s money.'

Courtesy Dailymail Online

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