Watch: John Matthew Salilig Found the Body Dead due to Hazing

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The body of a 3rd-year chemical engineering student from Adamson University, John Matthew Salilig, has been found after one of the suspects pointed out the location of his burial. His brother also positively recognized it.

Tau Gamma Phi (ΤΓΦ) is a fraternity founded in 1968 in the Philippines. It is also known as the Triskelions’ Grand Fraternity, or simply Triskelions. The fraternity has a large membership base, with chapters located in various cities and universities throughout the Philippines, as well as in other countries.

JUST IN: John Matthew Salilig, the alleged hazing victim from Adamson University, died from repeated paddling or severe blunt force trauma to the lower extremities, according to his autopsy report.

However, like many other fraternities, Tau Gamma Phi has also faced criticism and controversy. Some have accused the fraternity of engaging in hazing rituals that have led to the deaths of several of its members. In response, the fraternity has condemned hazing and has implemented measures to prevent such incidents from occurring.

A police official said the six people in their custody in connection with the death by hazing of Adamson University student John Matthew Salilig are Earl Anthony Romero, Tung Cheng Teng, Sandro Victorino, Michael Lambert Ritalde, Jerome Balot, and Mark Pedrosa.

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