Charges For Vaccination Slot Scam VS Cosmetics CEO Dropped
VACCINATION SLOT SCAM – The Philippine National Police dropped charges against Nina Ellaine Dizon-Cabrera, a cosmetics CEO over the alleged sale of vaccination slots.
In Mandaluyong City, a screenshot of individuals selling vaccinations slots went viral. However, one of the people the suspects contacted, shared the information to the police.
But, following this, the Police linked the whistleblower as another suspect to the case. Afterward, the incident caused a massive buzz on social media with netizens bashing the police for their logic.
Meanwhile, PNP Chief Gen. Guillermo Eleazar ordered the charges against the CEO to be dropped. According to an article from Inquirer, Eleazar said:
After a thorough review of the cases that were filed against those involved in the vaccine/vaccine slot for sale, our legal team came up with the conclusion that Ms. Nina Ellaine Dizon-Cabrera should not have been included in the criminal complaint based on the appreciation of the pieces of evidence on hand.
Furthermore, Eleazar said that he already ordered the Criminal Investigation Detection Group to withdraw the case filed against Dizon-Cabrera before the Mandaluyong Prosecutor’s Office asap.
Along with this, Eleazar also ordered the relief of Police Lt. Col. Arnold Molete, the chief of CIDG Eastern Metro Manila for “lapse in judgment and for command responsibility in the conduct of the investigation“.
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