For my story, basically a gang is recruiting in a new member and the new member has to pass a 'blood in' test. Basically that is, is that the new member has to spill the blood of another person in order to be accepted. The gang also secretly video records the blood in, in case the new member decides to turn on them, in that case, the recording can be used as collateral, to incriminate and discredit him. However, during the blood in, the main character, a cop on patrol, stumbles upon the suspicious activity and ends up stopping the blood in. The gang members get away as the MC saves the victim. The MC sees the gang carrying away a camera on a tripod during their escape. Much later on in the story, the MC comes up with a guess, that the gang was doing a blood in, and video recording it, based on what he saw. He figures that since the gang was willing to record one member for collateral, that maybe the gang leader recorded every member for collateral at some point. He figures that these recordings could all be kept at the same place, so he decides to go out and find them. However, is this guess that me makes perhaps too much of a stretch, for him to risk his life over, since pursuing it will cause more violence to happen? Even though his guess is correct, it is still just a guess, and is that type of risk, worth the reward, even if he is obsessed with getting them?