Victor (Ariel Rivera) commands Alex (Gerald Anderson) to continue tracking down the rebels’ location using the signal detected from his mobile phone used by Amir (Patrick Quiroz), one of Saal (Sid Lucero)’s youngest followers. Alex’s IT expertise helps the army capture almost all members of Saal’s faction. The latest encounter happens in a village controlled by one of Saal’s few remaining allies. The terrorist leader remains on the loose along with his main accomplices but his group is now down to a few members. They decide to spend the night in the woods.
Saal fumes with anger, thinking that someone has been selling him out to the military. He is puzzled why the army seems too aware of their locations even if they keep on jumping from one place to another. A frustrated Saal forces his men to speak up but everyone vows their loyalty until they all hear a sound from Amir’s pocket. Pressed on by his leader, an agitated Amir takes out the mobile phone.
Now fully aware of how the military managed to track them, Saal lashes out at Amir and almost kills him. He remembers telling Amir to get rid of the device but the latter disobeyed and unintentionally led them to trouble because of his stubbornness. Yasmin (Irma Adlawan) carefully soothes Saal’s wrath and asks him to keep his gun down. Adhering to his mother’s pleas, Saal forgoes his anger and crushes the mobile phone to pieces.
At the camp, Alex reports the loss of signal from the tracker.