Marcial (Albert Martinez) can’t help but feel more suspicious of Rhian’s (Angel Locsin) true identity. Just recently, they received a call from an informant named Romer Peralta aka Regie Domingo; disclosing the operations of a drug factory in the town of Liwanag.
Then, a still unknown suspect has tried to kill Romer but another unidentified person saved him. The latter even applied first aid to help Romer survive from the gun shot he received; and called the hospital desk to ask for immediate response.
Also, someone has forcefully went inside the military camp’s record section; and Rhian has been included in the list of suspects. Marcial noted that the anonymous caller who saved Romer is a female and has a broad knowledge in medicine and firearms.
More so, Rhian has been on a sudden vacation after the series of events. Marcial also looks back on the West Philippine Sea incident where a group of foreign coastguards encountered someone who saved a group of drug smugglers. The suspect is, again, a female.
Marcial can’t help but notice that these clues seem to be pointing at Rhian’s identity. Being involved in the incidents related to Tiyago (Tirso Cruz III), Marcial begins to wonder if the two have connections.
As part of his own investigation, Marcial personally requested Rhian to join in the security conference and medical mission in Liwanag; where Tiyago also resides.
On the day of the security-medical mission, General Marcial de Leon greets Tiyago as he arrives in the location. He introduces Ethan del Fierro (JC De Vera) and 2nd Lieutenant Rhian Bonifacio to Tiyago. Rhian tries her best to hide her anxiousness and appear calm instead.
In an attempt to ease Marcial’s suspicion, Tiyago invites Rhian in a small talk. He remarks how beautiful she is and tries to get to know her a little.
Tiyago ends the short conversation when he sees Marcial getting serious and observant of their actions.
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