DNA sam­ples lifted...

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Mal­var and Carmina Castillo, y Topa­cio," the DNA re­sult said.

"The prob­a­bil­ity of parent­age is 99.99 per­cent," it added.

How­ever, “no con­clu­sion can be reached con­cern­ing the pos­si­ble con­trib­u­tor to the par­tial DNA pro­file ob­tained from cut cloth taken from a blue with white stripes boxer short's crotch area with­out sub­mis­sion of ref­er­ence sam­ple,” the re­port noted.

Oper­a­tives of the Manila Po­lice Dis­trict (MPD) Homi­cide sec­tion, Scene of the Crime Oper­a­tives (SOCO), and Dis­trict Spe­cial Op­er­a­tion Unit armed with a search war­rant re­port­edly re­trieved three pad­dles from the fra­ter­nity li­brary where the wel­come fra­ter­nity rites for Castillo were be­lieved held on the night of Septem­ber 16.

The in­spec­tion of the frat li­brary was held 12 days af­ter the haz­ing in­ci­dent.

Castillo, a first year law stu­dent at the Univer­sity of Santo To­mas re­port­edly died of mas­sive heart at­tack as a re­sult of in­juries sus­tained from haz­ing.

John Paul Solano, a sus­pect in the Castillo case re­vealed in­for­ma­tion to sen­a­tors in an ex­ec­u­tive ses­sion in re­la­tion to Castillo’s death which will be made pub­lic on Mon­day if he fails to make good his com­mit­ment to sub­mit a writ­ten tes­ti­mony be­fore the Se­nate. (Fran­cis T. Wake­field)

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