Thursday, September 21, 2017

Rally ng mga Anti-Duterte Nilangaw

rally, anti duterte, dilawan

rally, anti duterte, dilawan

rally, anti duterte, dilawan

Millennials joins the protest against tyranny at Rizal Park with corny protest signs like "Shookt is an understatement". According to the police less than 5,000 have converged at Rizal Park on Thursday as various groups join the call to #StopTheKillings and fight for democracy on the 45th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law.

Meanwhile, Former President Benigno Aquino III, Vice President Leni Robredo, and Former senator Mar Roxas are among those in attendance at a mass commemorating the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law at the University of the Philippines  on Thursday. Senators Franklin Drilon, Francis Pangilinan and Bam Aquino also attended the mass.

Police Senior Inspector Leonardo De Guzman, Police Community Precint Commader said the anti-Duterte protesters were estimated at 5,000 while the crowd at the pro-Duterte rally was at 3,000 as of 3 p.m.

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Monday, September 18, 2017

UST student Castillo Suffered "Extreme pain" in hazing - Dad

MANILA - Horacio Castillo III, a law student at the University of Santo Tomas, experience "extreme pain and suffering" in a suspected fraternity hazing caused his dead body to bloat and it was peppered with bruises and burns, his father said on Monday.

The 22-year-old student told his parents that he had been accepted to the "Juris Aegis fraternity" after completing tasks like cleaning hallways and running errands for members. On Saturday, he attended the organization's welcoming rites at the UST campus, his father Horacio Castillo Jr. told ABS-CBN News.

The freshman law student never made it home.

A resident found Castillo's body dumped in a street in Balut, Tondo on the wee hours of Sunday. He was rushed to the Chinese General Hospital, but was already lifeless when he reached the hospital.

His family found him there after receiving a tip from an anonymous text message, his father said.

"Mayroon siyang mga hematoma. His body is bloated. Nakita ko, there was extensive damage in the upper arm and some burn marks, cigarette burn marks... and pinatakan ng candle wax," the elder Castillo ABS-CBN's "Umagang Kay Ganda."

"He went through extreme pain and suffering. I don't know why they did this when it is a legal fraternity in UST and they are lawyers," he added in a DZMM interview.

In tears, the grieving father urged his son's killers to surrender to authorities. "Sana naman ma-konsensya sila. He was only 22 years old, he was robbed of his future. Sana lumabas na sila. Tell everything, tell the truth," he said.

ABS-CBN News received no immediate comment about the incident from UST.

Castillo's remains has been brought to the Archangel Funeral Homes and would undergo autopsy.

Here is the official statement of Aegis Jvris Fraternity about the death of UST Law student Horacio Castillo III