Rappler's latest stories on hazing cases
The Philippine National Police Academy wants erring cadets out early in the police service
The prosecution will present its first witness on August 14
(UPDATED) The Department of Justice dismisses the petition of the parents of Horacio 'Atio' Castillo III as it was filed too late. It also denies the petitions for review of Marcelino Bagtang and Ralph Trangia, which means all 10 Aegis Juris fratmen will stand trial for hazing.
(UPDATED) In ordering the transfer, a Manila judge cites the rule that an arrested person should be brought to the 'nearest police station or jail'
Ralph Trangia files a petition for review before the Department of Justice
'I see these 10 accused and I see the suffering of my son. They put in their own hands the life of my Atio,' says Carmina Castillo
'They committed a crime they thought they can get away with; now they have all the time to think about what they did,' says Castillo's mother Carmina
Castillo's mother calls it a breakthrough that will 'strengthen' their case
'Who would imagine that come November 1 we would be here at wala na ang anak namin?' says a tearful Horacio Castillo II of his son Atio
Arvin Balag invokes the provisions of the law in light of a sensational testimony that names him as being the one who delivered the fatal paddle hit on Horacio Castillo III
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The Manila Police District has begun investigating members of Regina Legis et Juris, the sister sorority of Aegis Juris fraternity
University of Santo Tomas officials also say Aegis Juris did not inform the school about its welcoming rites, violating the Anti-Hazing Act
There are 14 reported hazing deaths in the last 22 years since the Anti Hazing Law was passed but only one conviction so far