Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has said he has no problem with being held responsible for the thousands of killings under his government’s war on drugs, adding that he was ready to face charges that could land him in jail, though not charges of crimes against humanity. The Guardian reports that the president’s televised remarks on Monday night were among his clearest acknowledgment of the prospects that he could face a deluge of criminal charges for the bloody campaign he launched after taking office in mid-2016. The killing of nearly 6,000 drug suspects have been reported by police but rights watchdogs suspect the death toll is far higher, with human rights groups having accused authorities of considerably under reporting the deaths.