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Pic shows: The dog at the funeral. A loyal dog refused to leave her spot by her owner???s coffin after he was killed in a brutal episode of bullying. Law student Horacio Castillo III was killed by three fellow students in a "hazing" attack at the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippine capital Manila. His dog Lega was seen at the funeral, lying under his coffin and not wanting to move. She had even been put in a T-shirt featuring her master???s face and is seen in a short video being helped to look at him in his coffin. The T-shirt bears the motto "Justice for Horacio". Former senator and now vice chairman of the Philippine Red Cross Juan Miguel Zubiri shared the images online after being moved by them. Mr Castillo reportedly died of massive but unspecified injuries after being "hazed" by other students in his university fraternity, the Aegis Jvris group. One of the three thought to have taken part in the fatal bullying, John Paul Solano, has surrendered to authorities. It was not clear whether he had been arrested or was simply being questioned. Two others remain fugitives. One is believed to have fled to the US and one is thought to have remained somewhere in the Philippines. The dead student???s uncle Gerardo Castillo says his bereaved pet Lega has been confusedly going in and out of his bedroom, apparently wondering where he is. He added in a social media post: "My dearest Atio, Lega misses you so bad that she wants to kiss you but she cannot comprehend why you are no longer with her." Hazing is any kind of initiation trial a person has to go through to join a group. The rituals or practices can include humiliation, dangerous or harmful challenges or outright violence. (ends)
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Pic shows: The dog at the funeral. A loyal dog refused to leave her spot by her owner???s coffin after he was killed in a brutal episode of bullying. Law student Horacio Castillo III was killed by three fellow students in a "hazing" attack at the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippine capital Manila. His dog Lega was seen at the funeral, lying under his coffin and not wanting to move. She had even been put in a T-shirt featuring her master???s face and is seen in a short video being helped to look at him in his coffin. The T-shirt bears the motto "Justice for Horacio". Former senator and now vice chairman of the Philippine Red Cross Juan Miguel Zubiri shared the images online after being moved by them. Mr Castillo reportedly died of massive but unspecified injuries after being "hazed" by other students in his university fraternity, the Aegis Jvris group. One of the three thought to have taken part in the fatal bullying, John Paul Solano, has surrendered to authorities. It was not clear whether he had been arrested or was simply being questioned. Two others remain fugitives. One is believed to have fled to the US and one is thought to have remained somewhere in the Philippines. The dead student???s uncle Gerardo Castillo says his bereaved pet Lega has been confusedly going in and out of his bedroom, apparently wondering where he is. He added in a social media post: "My dearest Atio, Lega misses you so bad that she wants to kiss you but she cannot comprehend why you are no longer with her." Hazing is any kind of initiation trial a person has to go through to join a group. The rituals or practices can include humiliation, dangerous or harmful challenges or outright violence. (ends)
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Pic shows: The dog at the funeral. A loyal dog refused to leave her spot by her owner???s coffin after he was killed in a brutal episode of bullying. Law student Horacio Castillo III was killed by three fellow students in a "hazing" attack at the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippine capital Manila. His dog Lega was seen at the funeral, lying under his coffin and not wanting to move. She had even been put in a T-shirt featuring her master???s face and is seen in a short video being helped to look at him in his coffin. The T-shirt bears the motto "Justice for Horacio". Former senator and now vice chairman of the Philippine Red Cross Juan Miguel Zubiri shared the images online after being moved by them. Mr Castillo reportedly died of massive but unspecified injuries after being "hazed" by other students in his university fraternity, the Aegis Jvris group. One of the three thought to have taken part in the fatal bullying, John Paul Solano, has surrendered to authorities. It was not clear whether he had been arrested or was simply being questioned. Two others remain fugitives. One is believed to have fled to the US and one is thought to have remained somewhere in the Philippines. The dead student???s uncle Gerardo Castillo says his bereaved pet Lega has been confusedly going in and out of his bedroom, apparently wondering where he is. He added in a social media post: "My dearest Atio, Lega misses you so bad that she wants to kiss you but she cannot comprehend why you are no longer with her." Hazing is any kind of initiation trial a person has to go through to join a group. The rituals or practices can include humiliation, dangerous or harmful challenges or outright violence. (ends)
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