NBI Gives Update on Christine Dacera Case Probe
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) gave an update on the their probe on the Dacera case.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) previously released a medico-legal report on the death of Christine Angelica Dacera, the 23-year-old flight attendant of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) who was found dead in a hotel in Makati City last January 1.
Together with her friends, Dacera stayed in City Garden Grand Hotel for the New Year’s eve. Her companions claimed that they had hard drinks and they were also introduced by one of their friends to some people staying in another room.
The following day, a friend of Dacera, Rommel Galido, claimed that he found her unconscious in a bathtub. They took her out and tried to revive her but to no avail. They rushed her to Makati Medical Center but she was declared dead on arrival.
The initial autopsy determined ruptured aortic aneurysm as the cause of the death of Dacera. On the part of her family, they does not believe it citing the bruises on the body of the 23-year-old flight attendant.
At least 11 people who were with Dacera are currently facing charges over her death. Most of these individuals are her friends who stayed with her in Room 2209.
The PNP has also released its medico-legal report with ruptured aortic aneurysm remaining as the cause of death of the flight attendant. It also stated a supposed undiagnosed hypertension. Her family is not convinced with othe result.
Currently, the family awaits the result of the probe of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on Christine Dacera case. Based on a report of the Philippine Star, the NBI has decided to take its time in investigating the incident.
According to NBI spokesperson Ferdinand Lavin, they are still running other DNA tests with regards to the Christine Dacera case. Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra also said that the body is not rushing its report as they want “all bases covered”.
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