By Julliane Love De Jesus
Four of the 17 Tau Gamma Phi fraternity members who have been tagged as suspects behind the killing of hazing victim Guillo Cesar Servando have left the country even before they could be placed under the lookout bulletin of the Bureau of Immigration (BI).
By Nancy C. Carvajal
, Nathaniel R. Melican
The number of suspects facing charges for the death of hazing victim Guillo Cesar Servando keeps getting bigger. It now includes four women and fraternity members who may not have thrown a punch but watched approvingly as Servando’s Tau Gamma Phi “masters” put him and three other neophytes through hours of torment.
By Tetch Torres-Tupas
Justice Secretary Leila de Lima on Thursday ordered the Bureau of Immigration (BI) to place in its lookout bulletin 17 individuals believed to be involved in the initiation rites that led to the death of a sophomore college student.
President Barack Obama ignited a new power showdown with Republicans Monday, vowing to fix America’s broken immigration system alone after Congress refused to vote on his top remaining domestic priority this year.
The U.S. government has resumed checking the fingerprints of people other than parents who step forward to care for migrant children detained at the border amid concern by immigrant advocates that skipping the screening could put children at risk.