MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – We all remember when Senator Antonio Trillanes and Representative Gary Alejano travelled to The Hague in The Netherlands to personally file a complaint against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte before the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The couple accused Duterte of committing “crimes against humanity” for his deadly war on drugs.
Well, it seems that Trillanes is a true warrior fighting for justice and human rights. And it’s nothing partisan.
Today, the Senator told The Adobo Chronicles that he will leave shortly for The Hague, this time to file a complaint against ex-President NoyNoy Aquino and his administration officials for giving the go-signal to vaccinate Filipino school children against Dengue in early 2016.
The vaccine manufacturer has now aknowledged that the vaccine could cause serious Dengue disease to those who received the new drug but were not previously infected with the Dengue virus.
All in all, it is estimated that some 700,000 Filipino children were vaccinated with the drug at a time when it has not yet been approved for distribution by the World Health Organization.
”This is worse than Duterte’s war on drugs,” Trillanes said. “It’s tantamount to genocide. Aquino and his cohorts should be tried by the ICCC for crimes against humanity.”