John Paul Solano Prime Suspect On Horacio Castillo’s Death Denies Involvement On Fatal Hazing
John Paul Solano, a prime suspect in Horacio “Atio” Castillo’s death has denied his involvement on the fatal hazing conducted by Aegis Juris fraternity.
On Friday (September 22, 2017), Solano has voluntarily and peacefully surrendered himself to the authorities, which was facilitated by UST Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina at the office of Sen. Panfilo Lacson in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.
Solano has apologized to the parents of the hazing victim for giving a false statement that he found dying Atio on a Tondo roadside. He also insisted his innocence saying he was not involved in the fatal hazing.
“I would like to apologize for giving a false statement for that matter to the family of Atio and also for the death of their son,” said by Solano quoted by Inquirer.
The latter explained that he do not know Castillo personally and only met him twice. He also said that he only found the bloodied body of the hazing victim on a sidewalk in Tondo after buying cigarettes from a nearby store.
The 27-year-old suspect has been dubbed as a Good Samaritan after rushing Castilo to the Chinese General Hospital. Later on, he was tagged as one of the main suspects because of the inconsistencies in his statement.
The alleged prime suspect was reportedly a member of the Aegis Juris fraternity who was allegedly involved in the fatal hazing of Atio Castillo leading to his death.
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