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Data from The Drug Archive Philippines at https://drugarchive.ph/ can be used by lawyers, concerned parties, ordinary citizens to exact accountability
The quantitative data collated, systematized, and analyzed by the consortium of social scientists, journalists, and academicians from the University of the Philippines Diliman, Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, and the Columbia School of Journalism Stabile Center, uploaded at:
is a mine of resources: it is both comprehensive and teeming with insight.
As evidence, the data should not be dismissed as hearsay — individual criminal actions are not the only means to see that justice is done (although it may be the ultimate recourse). Lawyers, concerned parties, ordinary citizens can use the data to exact accountability, initially, thru special civil actions and administrative actions, and as basis for expert opinion evidence in many cases.
(to be continued, i’m just writing a report muna which i will be able to finish shortly)