Christine Dacera Case Respondent Wants To Return to Normal Life
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE RESPONDENT – Clark Rapinan spoke on the case following the release of the report of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
The case regarding the controversial death of Christine Angelica Dacera is still ongoing now. The 23-year-old flight attendant was found dead in a hotel in Makati City last January 1.
Dacera and her friends stayed in City Garden Grand Hotel to welcome the New Year together. Her companions said that they had hard drinks and they also played some parlor games.
According to her friends, one of them introduced their group to the people staying in another room. Dacera kept coming back to the said room.
The following day, according to Rommel Galido, he found her unconscious in a bathtub of the room. They tried to revive her and rush her to Makati Medical Center but she was declared dead on arrival.
The initial findings on the death of Dacera determined ruptured aortic aneurysm but the family does not believe she died of a natural death. They cited the bruises found in her body.
Recently, the Philippine National Police (PNP) released their medico-legal report on the death of the flight attendant. Ruptured aortic aneurysm remains as the cause of the death of Dacera based on the medico-legal report of the PNP.
Following the PNP report, Christine Dacera case respondent Clark Rapinan spoke and expressed their desire to return to their normal lives. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, he stressed that their reputation is damaged and even their families are affected by what’s happening.
“Sobrang naapektuhan ‘yung pamilya namin, ‘yung trabaho namin. Basically ‘yung buhay namin sobrang damaged na, na hindi naming alam paano magsisimula ulit. Sobrang hirap, sana po maawa na kayo sa amin,” he said.
Currently, the Dacera family awaits the autopsy done by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). They found irregularities on the report of the PNP.
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