Christine Dacera’s Family Not Convinced w/ PNP Medico-Legal Report
CHRISTINE DACERA’S FAMILY – The Dacera camp cited a possible cover-up of the case on the report of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and insisted a DNA examination.
The case of Christine Angelica Dacera, a 23-year-old flight attendant who was found dead in a hotel last January 1, has yet to arrive to a conclusion. The camp of the flight attendant believes she did not die of a natural cause – contrary to what the autopsy result stated.
The autopsy determined aneurysm as the cause of the death of Christine. Recently, the Philippine National Police (PNP) submitted a medico-legal report and a ruptured aortic aneurysm remained as the cause of her death in the findings.
Also, the medico-legal report of the PNP stated that she has enlarged heart and a supposed undiagnosed hypertension. The report ruled out accusations of crime on her death.
As for Christine Dacera’s family, they cited a possible cover-up of the case on the medico-legal report of PNP. Based on a report on GMA News, the camp of the flight attendant is insisting on a DNA examination.
“The Dacera family decided to insist on a DNA examination of all specimens mentioned by Dr. Palmero (the PNP medico-legal),” Atty. Brick Reyes said.
Based on the report, Atty. Reyes, the family’s spokesperson, said that a DNA examination will ensure that the organs examined were Christine’s.
The Dacera camp also stated that the DNA exam must be done by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). They also don’t believe that she has an enlarged heart.
“Hindi maaari na mayroong siyang enlarged heart, otherwise lumabas na ‘yun sa medical examination ng Philippine Airlines… Palagay namin, cover-up na naman dito” Atty. Reyes said.
The Dacera family’s spokesperson also said that a lot of people will be involved in case it is proven that the specimens examined were not of Christine’s.