By Jeffrey Damicog
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II might no longer include in the Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order (ILBO) the father of one of the suspects in the death of hazing victim and University of Sto. Tomas (UST) law student Horacio “Atio” Castillo III.
After Aegis Juris fratman Ralph Trangia managed to slip out of the country prior to being listed in the ILBO, his father, Antonio Trangia who is also a member of the fraternity remain excluded in the lookout bulletin.
“Dun Lang sa son ang ILBO (Only the son will be placed in the ILBO),” said Aguirre today.
“MPD (Manila Police District) would not consider the father as a person of interest,” he pointed out.
Aguirre had ordered placed in the ILBO Ralph and 19 other persons of interest which include members of the fraternity at the request of MPD investigators.
Aside from Ralph, those who have been placed in the ILBO are Ged Villanueva, Milfren Alvarado, Daniel Ragos, Dave Felix, Arvin Balag, Mhin Wei Chan, Marc Anthony Ventura, Axel Munro Hipe, Oliver John Audrey Onofre, Joshuo Joriel Macabali, Jason Adolfo Robinos, Ranie Rafael Santiago, Danielle Hans Matthew Rodrigo, Carl Matthew Villanueva, Aeron Salientes, Marcelino Bactang, Zimon Padro, Jose Miguel Salamat, and John Paul Solano.
Yesterday, Solano already surrendered himself to the MPD.
Solano was the one who brought Castillo to the Chinese General Hospital on Sunday morning using a red Mitsubishi Strada with plate number ZTV-539 which was found registered to the elder Trangia.
Prior being included in the ILBO, the younger Trangia and his mother took a flight bound for the United States.