"Thou shall not kill," God has said however, this saga does not focus on how God has forbid men to kill each other. This is about how men act like gods forced to walk among poor mortals. Whenever they think that men had done evil and deem those acts as heinous they deliver their heavy arms of justice anytime they wanted, without judicial process. Some see guns as tools to carry out punishment.While others preferred sharpened knives. All sorts of tools they use but they always arrive at the same result --- death. Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth if you took a life then with life you must pay it. This is the ideology that erected the pillars of extra judicial killings. Thousands of lives are severed, lifeless bodies lay bloodstained on the streets. Their families were diminished to nothing but wailing sirens all crying out for the same time thing --- justice. This injustice phenomenon continues to thrive under Duterte's rule. His war on drugs paved the way for authorities and vigilantes alike to unjustly kill. Whatever their reasons are they do not matter for all has been said and done and things in the past can never be undone those lives that were taken can never be revived. They will not live to tell the story of how they died. But one thing is certain we are not gods who own life to take it whenever we wanted men should be given a chance to change or at least undergo judicial process before receiving their respective punishments.