THE Department of Justice (DOJ) has instructed Bureau of Immigration personnel to be on the lookout for 65 people, including University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law dean Nilo Divina, linked to the death of freshman law student Horacio "Atio" Castillo III.
The DOJ does not bar a person on the lookout bulletin from leaving the country but he or she has to get clearance from the agency in order to travel.
Apart from Divina, also on the list are officials and members of the Aegis Juris fraternity and lawyers who figured in a chat group where they seemed to discuss plans of covering up Castillo's fatal hazing on September 17.
Divina, also a member of Aegis Juris, is already facing charges for murder, perjury, violation of the Anti-Hazing Law (Republic Act 8049) and obstruction of justice before the DOJ in connection with Castillo's death. (YJG/SunStar Philippines)