The Spying Game
Remember the noise that the People Power Coalition
created over the alleged bugging of its campaign headquarters? With the campaign season in full swing, espionage or spying on the enemy will naturally be a must for political parties or any group with a set political agenda. Superior intelligence gathering can sometimes tip the balance in favor of one candidate in a tight race so it wouldn’t be altogether surprising if even the administration party had its own tricks. But we hear
that someone associated with the Kuratong Baleleng case has been scouting for a place in the Quezon City area. For what specific purpose—election-related or otherwise—we have yet to determine. If it were for espionage, we wouldn’t be surprised. It’s right up the alley of the military.