October 23, 2017, 8:28 am
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1 Philippine Peso = 0.91421 Gambian Dalasi
1 Philippine Peso = 174.2236 Guinea Franc
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1 Philippine Peso = 3.96933 Guyana Dollar
1 Philippine Peso = 0.15143 Hong Kong Dollar
1 Philippine Peso = 0.45421 Honduras Lempira
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1 Philippine Peso = 262.46118 Indonesian Rupiah
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1 Philippine Peso = 1 Philippine Peso
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1 Philippine Peso = 0.07108 Turkish Lira
1 Philippine Peso = 0.12963 Trinidad Tobago Dollar
1 Philippine Peso = 0.58637 Taiwan Dollar
1 Philippine Peso = 43.42003 Tanzanian Shilling
1 Philippine Peso = 0.51417 Ukraine Hryvnia
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1 Philippine Peso = 0.01941 United States Dollar
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1 Philippine Peso = 440.93556 Vietnam Dong
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1 Philippine Peso = 10.76747 CFA Franc (BEAC)
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Atio in mind...

HERE is a way to offer relevant info, and not expose yourself to the criminals: Type on bond paper all you know about a case--names, places, times. No signature, no address, nothing on it to reveal your identity. Make 2 photocopies. Tear up 1 photocopy right down the middle. Mail a torn half and one whole photocopy to: DOJ Sec. V. Aguirre, Department of Justice, Padre Faura Street, Ermita, Manila 1000. You may want to do the same, and send to NBI Director, NBI Building, Taft Avenue, Ermita, Manila 1000, and also to Police Director General Bato dela Rosa, PNP, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

Keep the other torn half and your original secretly safe. At some future time, when it is to your advantage to reveal your contribution (or to get any reward) the torn half you have will perfectly match the torn half they have. Your helped the authorities, maybe with valuable information, without risking your life and limb. 

As of yesterday, the government still has not caught any participant in the fatal hazing of Atio Castillo. Justice Secretary Aguirre again called for witnesses, assuring them of security under the witness protection program. “Whoever has information on what really happened during the hazing could just reach out to the DOJ or NBI and I assure them of protection under the WPP.” 

Any witness brave enough to call the DOJ will be subjected by an underling to interrogation even over the phone: “What’s your full name? Your address? Your telephone number? School? Social security number? How did you know what you know? Etc. Etc.” All the information will be written down in a non-secure Report Book. The next security-dumb desk clerk will promptly give that “public record” to any media reporter, as they usually do at police precincts, to copy all that’s there, to broadcast on TV, radio, or newspaper, complete with your name. 

Any wonder that no one volunteers to cooperate?

The witnesses that the DOJ is asking to stand up and identify themselves are people who are frat members, school mates, friends, neighbors, family, frightened of the Aegis Juris. We’re dealing with drunks who thought nothing of beating a neophyte to death. What will keep the Aegis Juris from doing the same to a snitch, a whistle-blower? No witness would trust their name involved.

Requests came in for a reprint of an almost complete list of frat initiation and hazing deaths:

First on record is the death of Lenny Villa, killed by Aguila Legis of Ateneo in 1991. On the death of Gonzalo Albert by Sigma Phi of U.P. On the death of Marvin Reglos, law freshman of San Beda, where are those guilty Lambda Rho Beta today? On the deaths of Nor Silongan, 16, criminology student at Notre Dame of Tacurong College, Noel Borja, Alternative Learning Systems student, Chester Paulo Abracia, sophomore marine technology student, Enverga U, Lucena, where are their killer-fratmen of Tau Gamma Phi today? On the death of Menardo Clamucha, second year criminology student of U.Iloilo, and Dan Robert Talibutab, St. Therese College, Iloilo, where are their killers from the frat Fraternity of Young Criminologists? On the death of Cris Anthony Mendez, 20, U.P. Sigma Rho neophyte

On the death of EJ Intia of U.Makati, with those Alpha Phi Omega fratmen involved, where are these masters today? On the death of John Mark Dugan, 19, sophomore of Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific. On the death of Dennis Victorina of U.P., where are those guilty Sigma Rhoans today? On the death of Guillo Cesar Servando of St. Benilde, where are the Tau Gamma Phi fratmen involved? On the death of Marc Andre Marcos of San Beda, where are the Lex Leonum fratmen involved today? On the death of John Daniel Samparanda, Lyceum Cavite, where are those Tau Gamma Phi fratmasters today? On the death of Noel Borja Jr., 15, in the hands of Gamma Phi masters. On the death of Elvin Sinaluan, 21, and Glacy Monique Dimaranan, 15, with a bullet during initiation. Where are those Scout Royal Brotherhood-Laguna killers today?

On the death of Karl Anthony Gaudicos, 18, engineering student, Holy Cross Davao College, where are the Tau Gamma Phi and Tau Gamma Sigma masters today? On the death of Cris Anthony Mendez, U.P. student dead during a mauling, where Sigma Rho deny knowledge of the mauling? On the death of Jan Angelo Dollete of Capiz, where are his Alpha Phi Omega killers today? On the death of Clark Anson Silverio, UP mechanical engineering student, where today are his Tau Gamma Phi masters? On the death of Frederick Cahiyang of the U.Visayas in Cebu. On the death of Raul Camaligan of San Beda College. On the death of Felipe Narne of Araullo in Cabanatuan City. On the death of Dennis Cenedoza of the Cavite Naval Training Center. 

On the death of Marlon Villanueva, AgEcon of UPLB, a conspiracy to keep secret the name of a brutal frat? On the death of Mark Welson Chua, UST killed by fellow students for whistle-blowing on corruption or victim of hazing, whose conspiracy to murk the case? On the death of Joselito Mangga of the Philippine Merchant Marine Institute. On the death of Joselito Hernandez, U.P. Baguio City. On the death of Rafael Root Albano III, medical student FEU, Laguna in a conspiracy, where are the involved Sigma Mu frat members today? 

On the death of Fernando Balidoy, 18, in a hazing; where are those upperclassmen of the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy today? On Monico de Guzman, Edward Domingo, Ace Bernabe Ekid, PMA plebes, where are their mistahs today who allowed these plebes to be maltreated inhumanely to destruction? On the death of Emerson Berry Jr, Casanayan HS, where are those of the Beta Sigma Rho who killed him in Capiz? On the death of John Mark Dugan, 19, marine cadet, where today are his masters who killed him during hazing? 

The next freshman to die from brutality of fraternity masters’ hazing may be your son or grandson. Or some young man you know who do not deserve to be beaten to death by imaginary brothers. Warn your young boys early and seriously against killer fraternity brods. The first to die was Lenny Villa. Latest hazing initiation victim last month was Atio Castillo III, UST freshman law, in the hands of the Aegis Juris fraternity. 

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