Dr. Callamard's Statements: "No Evidence that Shabu Caused Brain Damage" Shocks Netizens


Filipino netizens and other concerned individuals from different parts of the world were shocked with the controversial statement released by United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial Executions Dr. Agnes Callamard quoted Prof. Carl Hart's statement that "there's no evidence that Shabu caused brain damage or violence to its users" shocks netizens.

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The statement of Dr. Callamard who is now in the Philippines for a speaking engagement posted on Twitter the following statement:

Professor Carl Hart is a professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University. He is known for his research in drug abuse and drug addiction. He also found that '85-90 percent of people who used illegal drugs do not become addicted.'


One of the most prominent social media personality Sass Rogando Sasot debunked the beliefs and findings of Callamard and Hart as she quoted the research of Trends in Neurosciences that would prove that shabu or methamphetamin users 'can suffer long-lasting brain injury'"

Former broadcaster and lawmaker Teddy Locsin Jr. lambasted Dr. Callamard and responded to the tweets of the UN Rapporteur by stating "Could be Agnes Callamard thinks that Filipinos are just natives. So what they turn stupid—won't kill them to be more of what they are already."

Veteran lawyer Atty. Ferdinand Topacio made a suggestions to Dr. Callamard by stating "Okay, why don't we try it on you." Topacio tweeted.

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Dr. Callamard's Statements: "No Evidence that Shabu Caused Brain Damage" Shocks Netizens Dr. Callamard's Statements:  "No Evidence that Shabu Caused Brain Damage" Shocks Netizens Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 5/06/2017 Rating: 5

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