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Monday, October 30, 2017

Military countered GMA's report about the viral "Bugbog sarado" video of Maute member


In an exclusive video release of GMA News' 24 Oras on October 26, an alleged member of Maute-ISIS was caught and reported being beaten by soldiers.



According to the Facebook post of "Inside Military Forum" page, the report and claim of GMA News was exagerrated and sensationalized.

As they review the video, the word "nambugbog sarado" used by the said network was not right because the person was not really beaten.

"The viral news inaccurately depicts the soldiers as "nambugbog sarado" when the video says otherwise. One or two kicks and punches does not constitute a "bugbog sarado,"" the post stated.

Read the full post below:

"The exaggeration and sensationalism is strong on this one.

We reviewed this video frame by frame and talked to people who witnessed the incident as soon as it came out 3 days ago.

The video, shows a captured Maute Daesh Terrorist who was believed to have been involved in the mutilation of one soldier being surrounded by army scout rangers.

Overheard multiple times the soldiers says "wag ka mag alala mabubuhay ka", while others shout for "medic" to come and conduct first aid support.

Most soldiers were shouting at him, and shouting does not constitute physical harm.

While it is also true, there were few who were mad and tried to kick him, he was actually protected by other soldiers who brought the terrorist inside the Tactical Command Post for interrogation.

The viral news inaccurately depicts the soldiers as "nambugbog sarado" when the video says otherwise. One or two kicks and punches does not constitute a "bugbog sarado."

Responsible journalism please."

WATCH THE VIRAL VIDEO BELOW:




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Source: Inside Military Forum Facebook page
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