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Investigators suspected that Calinao was mistaken for a member of the Scintilla Juris fraternity, which was involved in a fight with Sigma Rho fraternity members the week before he was killed.
Dennis, a student of the University of the Philippines, died of his injuries in 1994, but it was only last June that the Supreme Court upheld the conviction of five Scintilla Juris fratmen for his death.
On May 5, the Supreme Court upheld the convictions of five members of Scintilla Juris fraternity who were found guilty of murdering Dennis Venturina, a member of the rival Sigma Rho fraternity, during a rumble on the University of the Philippines Diliman campus in December 1994.