2 slain in Pasay drug bust
The Philippine Star|February 14, 2021
Police officers shot dead two men who allegedly fought back during a drug sting in Pasay on Friday night.

A police officer examines the bodies of two drug suspects who were killed during an alleged shootout beside the Manila Film Center building in Pasay City on Friday night. MIGUEL DE GUZMAN

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