Update on Christine Dacera Case Over Evidence
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – National Capital Region Police Office Chief Major General Vicente Danao Jr. spoke on the available evidence regarding the case.
The death of Christine Angelica Dacera, a 23-year-old flight attendant of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) who was found dead in a hotel last January 1, became the center of attention on social media in the first week of the month.
While some people speculate that something happened prior to her death, others believe that the companions of Dacera are innocent and have really taken care of her as what they claimed.
Dacera and some of her friends checked in at City Garden Grand Hotel for the New Year celebration. They stayed in Room 2209 of the hotel. One of their friends introduced them to some people staying in Room 2207.
According to the people who were with Dacera, they had drinks and played some games that night. However, the following day, Rommel Galido claimed he found her unconscious in a bathtub where she slept.
They tried to revive Dacera but were unsuccessful. She was rushed to Makati Medical Center where she was declared dead on arrival. The first autopsy on the body of the flight attendant determined ruptured aneurysm as the cause of her death.
The family of the flight attendant is not convinced that she died of a natural cause. Investigations on the Christine Dacera case were lodged by different bodies.
Recently, police gave an update on the Christine Dacera case. Based on a report on GMA News, NCRPO Chief Major Gen. Vicente Danao Jr. said that they will file “all available evidence” today, January 27.
“Sana lang ma-appreciate ng fiscal for finally filing the information against the suspects. Pero kung wala naman, definitely the case will be dismissed,” he said based on the report.
With regards to the details about the strongest evidence against those who were accused of involvement in Dacera’s death, Danao refused to speak further and said that they will “reserve” it for now.
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