NBI Done w/ Forensic Examination Over Christine Dacera Case, Guevarra Says
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is done with the forensic examination of Christine Angelica Dacera’s specimens.
Currently, the probe on the death of Christine Angelica Dacera is ongoing. The 23-year-old flight attendant was found dead in a hotel in Makati City last January 1, 2021.
Christine and her friends checked in to City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati City. They decided to celebrate the New Year together among their circle of friends.
According to the respondents of the case, they were introduced to some people staying in another room through a common friend but they returned to their own room after a few minutes.
Last January 1, Christine Dacera was rushed to the hospital after efforts to revive her in the hotel were unsuccessful. According to Rommel Galido, one of Dacera’s companions, he found her unconscious in the bathtub when he came to wake her up.
The autopsy on the body of Dacera determined aneurysm as the cause of the death of the 23-year-old flight attendant. Her family is not convinced that she died of a natural death.
The body of Christine Dacera was flown home to General Santos City. Some of her companions were previously detained but was already released upon the order of the Court.
Before her body was laid to its final rest last January 10, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) did a re-autopsy in line with the Christine Dacera case.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the NBI is done with the forensic examination of the specimens of Dacera. Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said that the authorities are now coordinating with the Makati Medical Center.
According to the Justice Secretary, he will let the NBI release the results of the forensic examination in line with the Christine Dacera case. He said that he will not pre-empt the investigating body and he believes they’ll release the result soon.
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