Mission Order Philippines is the first book of a series of three, a true story told by Nickolas Spanos aka Nikolaos Spanoudis, an "international fugitive from justice," who evaded USA authorities for over 14 years and was arrested in the Philippines. A true account of international corruption between the Philippines Bureau of Immigration and Department of Justice, violating the human rights and due process of law in order to feed the "cancer of corruption" that destroyed hundreds of lives, both foreigners and Filipinos, men, women and children, that suffered due to malicious and intentional actions to extort victims and turn the notorious Bureau of Immigration Bicutan Detention facility into a concentration camp of human rights violations. A detention facility that was a money making machine for corrupt government officials, holding foreigners for ransom, if they did not pay, their lives were lost in Bicutan. How a small group of foreigners organized a rebellious team called Foreigners for Justice and fought back by exposing the corruption between the Philippines Immigration/DOJ and the foreign embassies that used the corruption to persecute their own citizens. This book gives factual accounts of the resistance that exposed the "cancer of corruption" and human right abuses, as well as the trials and tribulations of multi-ethnic citizens that bonded together to stand up for their rights. The depiction of the everyday lives of foreign detainees and their families, that despite being captive and bound by cages, their life did not stop, the various emotions of a detained souls and how they continued their lives behind bars until their freedom or continued captivity. Mission Order Philippines will entangle the reader from drama to comedy, once you start reading, you will not be able to put it down.