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Tatlong pamilya, front ang negosyong pagbebenta ng mga halaman. Sa likod ng kanilang negosyo, nakatago ang droga. Sila ang pangunahing distribution point sa lugar.
Inilapit ito ng mga residente sa lugar, kabilang ang karatig barangay. Dito, ipinasa namin sa PDEA upang ma-operate. Sumama ang BITAG para maisagawa ang docu-reality type shoot. Kontrobersyal ang segment na ito. Kinukwestyon ang aking pagdadala ng baril kung saan ako nama'y licensed at may permit to carry. Aking sagot, 'di ako reporter. Ako'y totoong investigator na humaharap sa panganib. Hindi ako pwedeng maging target practice ng mga putok sa buho sakaling magkaputukan.
Nakahanda akong makipagpalitan ng putok kapag ako'y pinaputukan habang ginagawa namin ang coverage. 'Di namimili ang mga nasa likod ng droga kung sino'ng kanilang titirahin.
Ito'ng pagkakaiba ng BITAG. Naniniwala kami sa kasabihang, "There's no story worth dying for."
Panoorin ang matagumpay na operasyong ito!
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