‘You don’t like me? I don’t like you also,’ Dela Rosa tells US
Does U.S. really just simply do not like Senator Bato Dela Rosa?
Here are some of the deeper reasons Senator Bato Dela Rosa's failed to see on his denied U.S. Visa.
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Philippines senator defends police over toddler's death in drugs raid
Ronald dela Rosa says ‘shit happens during operations’ after three-year-old girl killed
A senator who oversaw the most violent period in the Philippines’ war on drugs has dismissed the killing of a three-year-old girl in a police drug operation as collateral damage, stating that “shit happens”.
Duterte's enforcer says 'we are at war', has no regrets about killings
Duterte has often called for the killing of drug dealers. And Dela Rosa has echoed the incendiary remarks. At a speech last month, he encouraged users and pushers to kill drug lords who had grown rich from exploiting the poor.
“You know who are the drug lords here, go to their houses, pour gasoline, set it on fire, show them you are angry at them,” he said.
Still, Dela Rosa’s close operational knowledge of the drug war could make him a focus if there is ever an independent investigation into the killings, said Rose Trajano, secretary general of the Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates, a nationwide coalition based in Manila. It is unclear, though, whether anyone will be in a position to hold such an investigation.
Philippines senator draws flak over toddler's drug-raid death comments
"Of course you need to secure everything - no collateral damage. But if you infiltrate, it's not really possible," Mr Dela Rosa told a news conference, dismissing allegations by the dead girl's family that the father had been unarmed.
"No one wants that to happen, but shit happens. During operations shit happens," Mr Dela Rosa added.
Senator Bato Dela Rosa is no exception to the rule when US asked for applicants to present their social media accounts as they check on human rights violation issues linked to the US Visa applicant. But unfortunately, Senator Bato Dela Rosa's previous statements are not only on social media, but also on worldwide or International news.
U.S. Requiring Social Media Information From Visa Applicants
Visa applicants to the United States are required to submit any information about social media accounts they have used in the past five years under a State Department policy that started on Friday.
Such account information would give the government access to photos, locations, dates of birth, dates of milestones and other personal data commonly shared on social media.
“We already request certain contact information, travel history, family member information, and previous addresses from all visa applicants,” the State Department said in a statement. “We are constantly working to find mechanisms to improve our screening processes to protect U.S. citizens, while supporting legitimate travel to the United States.”
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