Witnesses, shrouded to protect their identity from the police who they say were responsible for the extrajudicial killing of their husbands and sons, took the stand in the Philippines senate today to testify about the bloody legacy of President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
The Quezon City Jail has always been packed, guards say, but recently the number of inmates has spiked. More than 4,000 inmates -- and counting -- live cheek by jowl in what has to be one of the most densely populated corners of the Philippines.
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