'This Court finds probable cause and that there is necessity for placing all the accused under custody in order not to frustrate the ends of justice,' says Manila RTC Branch 40 Presiding Judge Alfredo Ampuan
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(3rd UPDATE) Mark Ventura tells investigators that when the fratmen at the initiation rites saw Atio Castillo move after he collapsed, they paddled him again
(UPDATED) John Paul Solano, who voluntarily surrendered last week, seeks the immediate dismissal of the charges and his release from the custody of the Manila Police
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
An Aegis Juris fraternity member surfaces to confirm he is one of the 7 persons in the viral screenshots of a Facebook Messenger chat where the hazing of neophyte Horacio Castillo III was planned
A Facebook group calling for justice for slain UST law student Horacio Castillo III posts screenshots of a Messenger chat of 7 alleged Aegis Juris members planning the hazing
‘We are outraged that barbaric and criminal acts continue to be performed in the false name of brotherhood,’ says the family of slain UST law student Horacio Castillo III
Manila police will invite for questioning John Paul Solano, the medical technologist who found the body of the UST law student suspected to have died from fraternity hazing injuries
The University of Santo Tomas law student is suspected to have died during the hazing rites of the Aegis Juris Fraternity
One of the 3 fraternities based in the UST Faculty of Civil Law, Aegis Juris subscribes to the motto 'Do no injustice, suffer no injustice'
(UPDATED) The parents of Horacio Castillo III say he was recruited by the Aegis Juris Fraternity
The UP Student Disciplinary Tribunal has filed administrative charges against 13 students and members of the Sigma Rho fraternity who allegedly took part in the hazing of Cris Anthony Mendez in 2007
It is ironic that a “brotherhood” will claim the lives of brothers and and kill young dreams
President Benigno Aquino III says the problem is the lack of enforcement of the Anti Hazing Law and vows to consult legal experts to improve it