De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde (CSB) sophomore Guillo Cesar Servando died during the fraternity initiation rites.
Initial news suspected 'ALPHA KAPPA RHO' fraternity was the alleged group performed the rites, but the Manila Police District amended that Tau Gamma Phi was behind the crime scene.
Founding Chairman of the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) - Dante Jimenez said to the family of the slained CSB student Guillo Cesar Servando has talked to the surviving CSB students which also underwent to the initiation rites with Servando.
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He said, that one of the Surviving CSB student said that Servando was already trying to back out of the initiation rites but the leaders of the alleged fraternity threatened to kill him/them if they quit.
VACC Founding Chairman Dante Jimenez is a close family friend of Servando family. The VACC chairman said Servando's remains will be cremated on Wednesday.
After the rites the four CSB students were brought back to "One Archers Place" in Taft Avenue, Manila at around 9:30 PM, by the fraternity members A.K.A "Trex Garcia," and "Hanz Tamaring."
The guards under the condominium initially thought that the four students were very drunk as the can not walk steadily, but at around 11 PM, a "Red Cross Ambulance" arrived to corespond to a call for help from the unit.
The guards were cultivated that one of the students was already dead when
they called the unit.
The other three students were rushed to the Philippine General Hospital were they were treated for bruises and wounds earned during the initiation. Their identities have not been divulged.
All four CSB students were either freshmen or sophomores, according to the local authorities.