Frat Member Suspect Apologizes to John Matthew Salilig, Reveals What Happened

One of the frat members involved in John Matthew Salilig‘s deáth apologized to the victim and recounted what occurred on that day.

The deáth of Adamson University student John Matthew Salilig saddened many hearts. Another student reportedly passed away because of fraternity practices that members engage in as part of their “brotherhood” rites.

Adamson University’s John Matthew is a third-year chemical engineering student. When his remains was discovered by police, his elder brother, John Martin Salilig, was the one who verified his identification.


Natagpuan na ang bangkay ng 3rd year chemical engineering student mula Adamson University na si John Matthew Salilig matapos ituro ng isa sa mga suspek ang lokasyon ng pinaglibingan nito. Positibo rin itong kinilala ng kaniyang kapatid. Higit isang linggo nang nawawala ang biktima at hinihinalang nabiktima ng hazing. #restinpeace #justiceforjohnmatthewsalilig #adamsonuniversity #justice #condolence

♬ Rest in Peace – Aron Wright

According to the police, around 18 persons attended the aforementioned “welcoming” rites. According to the authorities, John Matthew vomited during the process. He was apparently able to survive the difficult process; unfortunately, he reportedly suffered a seizure when travelling in a car back to Manila.

According to the report, the frat member who surrendered stated that the frat members had different ideas, with one recommending bringing him to the hospital and another recommending “dispose” him.

“Pasensya uli kung late na akong lumutang. Sorry talaga,” the frat member apologized.


Replying to @ricocortez0216 BALITA: 15 sa 18 indibidwal na sangkot sa hazing na ikinasawi ni John Matthew Salilig, isinapubliko na ng PNP. Sumali si Salilig sa Tau Gamma Phi fraternity sa Biñan, Laguna. 📸 PNP Biñan #restinpeace #justiceforjohnmatthewsalilig #condolence #adamsonuniversity

♬ Justice Will Prevail – Reynard Seidel

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