Criminal complaints filed vs 7 suspects in PMA cadet Dormitorio's hazing death

BAGUIO, Philippines – Dexter Dormitorio filed on Tuesday, October 8, criminal complaints against 7 suspects in the death of his younger brother, Philippine Military Academy (PMA) cadet Darwin Dormitorio, in September. (READ: Police probe shows Dormitorio’s life inside PMA was living hell) 

He accused the following PMA cadets of violation of the anti-hazing law, of torture, and of murder: 

The 7 accused cadets are in the PMA stockade, with 3 prime suspects (Imperial, Lumbag, and Sanopao) kept in isolation. 

Dexter Dormitorio also tagged Darwin's tactical officers as accomplices in the 3 cases: 

Their liabilities are more of omission, said Dormitorio's legal counsel John Adrian Bonifacio. 

Dormitorio also filed a dereliction of duty complaint against 3 doctors from the PMA Station Hospital: 

Dormitorio, accompanied by lawyer Bonifacio and Baguio City Police Office chief Allen Ray Co, literally waited for the last minute to file their 34-page complaint, crossing the street from the BCPO to the Baguio Justice Hall to meet up with fiscal Edwin Bryan Sagsago at 5 pm. 

"I would like to tell my brother, this is just Part I of the battle. We will not stop hanggang hindi napapanagot ang lahat (until every single one is made to account)," Dexter Dormitorio said. "This is what our family wanted: an airtight case." –