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LOOK: Nine police officers involved in the shooting of Army intelligence operatives in Jolo last month appear at the National Bureau of Investigation headquarters in Manila on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. Photo by KD Madrilejos/Rappler

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EXCLUSIVE: Rappler obtained 7 video clips capturing the moments after policemen flagged down soldiers in their SUV up to when their bodies lay dead on a street and to the time Army troops rushed to the crime scene.

EXCLUSIVE: CCTV clips obtained by Rappler show Army soldiers taking over the crime scene after their intelligence agents died – while policemen stood by.

EXCLUSIVE: CCTV clips obtained by Rappler show Army soldiers taking over the crime scene after their intelligence agents died – while policemen stood by.

EXCLUSIVE: Rappler obtained 7 video clips capturing the moments after policemen flagged down soldiers in their SUV up to when their bodies lay dead on a street and to the time Army troops rushed to the crime scene.

EXCLUSIVE: Rappler obtained 7 video clips capturing the moments after policemen flagged down soldiers in their SUV up to when their bodies lay dead on a street and to the time Army troops rushed to the crime scene.

EXCLUSIVE: Rappler obtained 7 video clips capturing the moments after policemen flagged down soldiers in their SUV up to when their bodies lay dead on a street and to the time Army troops rushed to the crime scene.

EXCLUSIVE: Rappler obtained 7 video clips capturing the moments after policemen flagged down soldiers in their SUV up to when their bodies lay dead on a street and to the time Army troops rushed to the crime scene.

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EXCLUSIVE: Rappler obtained 7 video clips capturing the moments after policemen flagged down soldiers in their SUV up to when their bodies lay dead on a street and to the time Army troops rushed to the crime scene.

"There were lapses there because they shouldn’t have touched anything,” Army spokesperson Colonel Ramon Zagala told Rappler. READ:

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BREAKING: Eleven Philippine Army soldiers were killed and 14 others wounded in a gunbattle with the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) in Patikul, Sulu, on Friday, April 17, the AFP Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) confirmed to Rappler.

UPDATED. The Philippine Army says the photos came from the 2nd Infantry Battalion. In a statement later sent to Rappler, the Army admits to manipulating the photos to 'ensure the safety' of the surrenderers.

LOOK: Matteo Guidicelli receives his rank as an Army Reserve 2nd Lieutenant from the Philippine Army in the Philippine Army Headquarters on August 20, 2019. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

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