4 suspects in Servando hazing flee PH
MANILA - Four suspects in the hazing death of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde student Guillo Cesar Servando have left the Philippines, the Bureau of Immigration confirmed Friday.
BI spokesperson Elaine Tan confirmed the four suspects left the Philippines even before the issuance of an Immigration lookout bulletin order.
"As of July 11, 2014, bureau records show that Esmerson Nathaniel Calupas, Hans Killian Tatlonghari, Eleazar III Pablico, and John Kevin Navoa are out of the country," said Tan.
Other suspects whose records are still being verified are Cody Errol Morales, Daniel Paul Martin "Pope" Bautista, Kurt Michael Alamazan, Luis Solomon "Louie" Arevalo, Carl Francis Loresca, Jomar Pajarito, Vic Angelo Dy, Mark Ramos, Mike Castaneda, Tessa Dayanghirang, Yssa Valbuena, an alias Rey Jay, and an alias Kiko.
The BI spokesperson said the issuance of a lookout bulletin order does not necessarily mean that the hazing suspects cannot leave the country.
"It only directs our immigration officers to coordinate with the Department of Justice and National Bureau of Investigation if there is an attempt to depart," explained Tan.
Cases for violation of the Anti-Hazing Law are set to be filed against the suspects on Friday, July 11.