Tuesday 12 December, 2017
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‘Wag Assuming’: Lawyer says Aegis Juris fratman’s return “not sign of guilt”

Atty. Rowell Ilagan made it very clear that his client, Ralph Trangia, is not returning out of guilt. The Aegis Juris Sergeant-at-arms and suspect for the Horacio Castillo III hazing death is back in the country after a brief escape to the United States.

Ralph Trangia, sergeant-at-arms of the Aegis Juris Fraternity of the University of Santo Tomas, is one of the suspects in the death of Horacio ‘Atio’ Castillo III. cnn.ph/2ydHk8q

Posted by CNN Philippines on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Atty. Rowell Ilagan said that Trangia and his mother had a return ticket home. This is proof that he did not flee the country with no intention to return. The abogado said that they will be filing counter affidavits and will cooperate to prove their innocence.

Atty. Rowell Ilagan is a partner in Gargantiel Ilagan Atanante Law firm. He also used to work for the Angara Abello Concepcion Regala Cruz Law Office (ACCRA Law) and Gargantiel and Estrada Attorneys-at-Law. The abogado is not a newbie in controversial cases as he also represented the complainants against the British School Manila incident.

How convenient to fly to the States noh? Ano ‘to biglaang family vacation with blood on their hands!

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