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Senators while condemning the deaths from ritual college violences said authorities need to do more to prevent the loss of lives of promising individuals such as Marcos and Reglos.
"I had to wrap her [his daughter] in blankets," Reglos said.
In February of the same year, Marvin Reglos, 25, also a law freshman at San Beda College, died after allegedly suffering injuries during hazing rites of Lambda Rho Beta in Antipolo City.
The three sustained multiple bullet wounds, Chief Inspector Restituto Reglos, station chief of Tacloban City police station I in San Jose district.
At the shrine, 20 male students who were in shirts stained with red paint to represent blood stood, each one a stand-in for a student killed in hazing rites such as Guillo Servando of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Marvin Reglos of San Beda and EJ Karl Intia of University of Makati.
Before Servando, two from San Beda-law students Marvin Reglos and Marc Andre Marcos-died in 2012, he noted.
Five months earlier, another San Beda law freshman, Marvin Reglos, 25, succumbed to injuries allegedly sustained during the hazing rites of Lambda Rho Beta in an Antipolo City resort on Feb.
The possibility of an out-of-court settlement being reached between the accused in the death of alleged hazing victim Marvin Reglos and his family appears to have dimmed.
MANILA -- The parents of hazing victim Marvin Reglos and the families of the suspects are close to reaching a final settlement over the civil aspect of the case, according to the lawyer representing the victim's family.
Saying they wanted to have peace of mind, the family of alleged hazing victim Marvin Reglos has started talks with representatives of all the accused for a possible out-of-court settlement of the civil aspect of the case.
The Marcos family filed a motion with the Dasmarinas court, "asking them to explain to us what happened," the relative said, because of fear that "this might just end up like the case of Marvin Reglos."