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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Aegis Juris Members Nag-Panic Sa Matibay Na Ibedinsya Na Inilabas Ng Senado!


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The Manila Police presented during the Senate hearing screenshots of FB Messenger exchanges between fraternity members planning a cover-up in the death of UST law freshman Horacio 'Atio' Castillo III.


An Aegis Juris fraternity founder had promised there would be no cover-ups in the hazing that resulted in the death of Horacio Castillo III. Senators and policemen, however, think the fratman was pulling their leg.

On Wednesday, October 18, senators and the Manila Police District director, Chief Superintendent Joel Coronel, showed a chat thread as evidence.

They presented over 80 slides of Facebook Messenger exchanges, starting from September 17, when the boy fondly called "Atio" was declared dead at a hospital, until September 18, when his parents found his body in a morgue.

There were at least 28 participants identified in the chat box, some active and some not. Some appeared to be recent graduates of the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law; most are already practicing law.

While the Messenger conversation is still up for validation and verification, Coronel said they believe it was used for a meetup at Novotel in Cubao, Quezon City, on September 17, where, he suspects, the frat members held a planning session to evade charges after the 22-year-old neophyte died from hazing injuries.

Their(Aegis Juris members) conversations revolved around protecting those who participated in the hazing, not speaking to the media, denying knowledge if and when invited by the police for questioning, and looking at the victim's family as enemies.

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