4 more Aegis Juris fraternity members placed on immigration lookout list

This brings to 20 the number of frat men on the lookout list as authorities probe the hazing death of UST student Horacio Castillo III

HAZING VICTIM. Horacio Castillo III died due to injuries allegedly sustained during hazing initiation rites by Aegis Juris fraternity. Photo of Castillo from his Facebook page

MANILA, Philippines – Four more members of the Aegis Juris fraternity tagged in the hazing death of law student Horacio Castillo III were included in the Department of Justice’s immigration lookout bulletin order (ILBO) on Friday, September 22.

This brings to 20 the number of Aegis Juris fraternity members on the lookout list.

Aegis Juris is a fraternity inside the University of Santo Tomas (UST) whose alumni include UST Faculty of Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina.

The dean of the school has also barred Aegis Juris fratmen from entering the Manila campus.

The 4 additional names added to the ILBO are:

  • Ged Villanueva
  • Milfren Alvarado
  • Daniel Ragos
  • Dave Felix

The original 16 names on the ILBO were:

  • Arvin Balag
  • Mhin Wei Chan
  • Marc Anthony Ventura
  • Axel Munro Hipe
  • Oliver John Audrey Onofre
  • Joshua Joriel Macabali
  • Jason Adolfo Robiños
  • Ralph Trangia
  • Ranie Rafael Santiago
  • Danielle Hans Mattew Rodrigo
  • Carl Mattew Villanueva
  • Aeron Salientes
  • Marcelino Bagtang
  • Zimon Padro
  • Jose Miguel Salamat
  • John Paul Solano

An ILBO does not prevent its subjects from leaving the country. It does, however, create a mechanism between the Bureau of Immigration and other authorities so the government is alerted of the movements of those on the list.

Read the revised ILBO below: