Illegal fishers use 'spotters' to elude arrest - Banias
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Illegal fishers have found a way to avoid arrest. They use “spotters”, according to Provincial Administrator Raul Banias. These spotters monitor the Provincial Bantay Dagat Task Force’s movements. Through mobile phone text messages, they warn illegal fishers that the task force has an operation, said Banias.
Sortino, I. (2018, August 27). Illegal fishers use 'spotters' to elude arrest - Banias. Panay News, pp. 2, 14.
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