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Tau Gamma eyed in another hazing death

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - Police investigators have identified four suspects in the death of a former student of Southern Luzon State University (SLSU) after hazing rites in Tagkawayan, Quezon last month.

According to an ABS-CBN news report, the victim, Ariel Enopre, 24, was able to tell his parents that he underwent hazing in Barangay Mapulot in Tagkawayan last Oct. 17.

Senior Inspector Reynaldo Reyes, chief of Tagkawayan Police, withheld the names of the four suspects pending the filing of charges against them.

The alleged hazing rites, supposedly conducted by the Tau Gamma Phi fraternity, were held on Oct. 17 but the victim kept it secret from his parents.

His parents later learned about the hazing.

Police said at least 11 people were involved in the fatal initiation rites.

Enopre, a former Information Technology student in SLSU, stopped studying this semester.

The victim died last Sunday morning at the Bicol Medical Center in Naga City, Camarines Sur.

The victim reportedly died due to kidney failure and infection.

 

ARIEL ENOPRE BARANGAY MAPULOT BICOL MEDICAL CENTER CAMARINES SUR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NAGA CITY SENIOR INSPECTOR REYNALDO REYES SOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY TAGKAWAYAN TAGKAWAYAN POLICE TAU GAMMA PHI
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