Senior cadets from the Philippine National Police Academy allegedly coerced their juniors to join in the mauling of six newly graduates PNPA.
Based on the investigation of the Philippine Public Safety College, the seniors allegedly forced their juniors to join in what seemed to be a tradition in the PNPA.
However, the PPSC has yet to identify all those who participated in the mauling.
Meanwhile, Panel head Romeo Magsalos said that some of the cadets who were part of the maul remain confined in the hospital of the PNP headquarters.
From the original 22 cadets, there are now 44 cadets allegedly involved in the recent mauling.
Criminal charges will be filed against those involved and the PPSC will continue with its investigation.