Update on Christine Dacera Case – Sen. Marcos Grills PNP
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – Senator Imee Marcos reacted to the way the Philippine National Police (PNP) handled the case.
The death of flight attendant Christine Angelica Dacera caught the national attention. Reports about the 23-year-old flight attendant of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) who was found dead in a hotel last January 1 took the social media by storm.
Dacera checked in to City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati City together with some fo her friends. Since some of them were not able to go home to their families, they decided to spend the New Year celebration together.
According to Dacera’s companions, on New Year’s eve, they were also introduced by one of their friends to some people staying in another room. They had hard drinks and they also played parlor games.
However, the following morning, Dacera was found unconscious in a bathtub. She was rushed to Makati Medical Center but was declared dead on arrival.
The Christine Dacera case was previously announced as case closed by the Philippine National Police (PNP). The companions of the flight attendant are on the line for the accusations of a crime committed.
But the PNP medico-legal report stated otherwise as ruptured aortic aneurysm remains to be the determined cause of death of Dacera. Recently, Senator Imee Marcos reacted to the way the police handled the Christine Dacera case.
Sen. Marcos cited that the PNP previously reported a 98% case closed of the case. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, she stressed that there was no evidence then against the accused.
“Hindi naman maayos yung pagka-imbestiga. Maniniwala pa kaya kami diyan sa solution averages ninyo?” she told PNP Chief Debold Sinas.
Based on the report, Sinas assured that they are already correcting themselves and are conducting investigations on how to avoid the same kind of probe again.
“Maniwala po kayo, Ma’am. Kaya nga po, ‘pag ganun Ma’am, kino-korek po namin ang sarili namin… at iniimbestigahan at inaaksyunan,” he expressed.
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