DNA samples lifted...
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)