Christine Dacera Case: NBI Obtains New Evidence from 2nd Autopsy

NBI Gets New Evidence for Christine Dacera Case from Re-Autopsy of Flight Attendant

CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) obtained a new evidence from the 2nd autopsy on the body of flight attendant Christine Dacera.

The people are divided on the case of 23-year-old flight attendant Christine Angelica Dacera who was found dead in a hotel in Makati City last January 1.

Dacera was in the hotel to celebrate the New Year with some of her friends. Some of her companions were people she’s working with and they also mixed with some individuals who were staying in another room in the hotel.

According to her friends, they had hard drinks during the celebration and they also played parlor games. According to Rommel Galido, the next morning, he found Dacera unconscious in a bathtub so they took her out and revived her.

PAL Flight Attendant Christine Angelica Dacera Case

They rushed Christine Dacera to the hospital but she was declared dead on arrival. According to the first autopsy, aneurysm was the cause of the death of the flight attendant.

The Dacera family is not convinced that she died of a natural cause. They opted for a re-autopsy of her body.

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The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) also conducted a 2nd autopsy in line with the Christine Dacera case. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, they checked her body again before she was laid to rest last Sunday in General Santos City.

According to the report, the NBI was able to obtain three boxes of biological samples from the re-autopsy. It is believed to be the key to solve the Christine Dacera case.

According to NBI Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin, they have “encouraging leads” and there is an 80% chance that it can help the investigation.

The re-autopsy lasted for five hours. The result is expected to be released on Friday. More updates may be posted soon.

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