- The NBI has filed raps against 11 people over the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera
- Some of the cases filed include administering illegal drugs, perjury, reckless imprudence resulting in homicide, and falsification of an official document by a public officer
- Most of the respondents were friends of Dacera who were partying with her on January 1, the day she passed away
- The medico-legal officer who ordered the embalming of Dacera’s remains was also included as a respondent in the case
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has filed criminal charges against 11 people over the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera.
In a report by GMA News, the cases filed include administering illegal drugs, attempt to deliver or to give illegal drugs, perjury, obstruction of justice, reckless imprudence resulting in homicide, and falsification of an official document by a public officer.
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The respondents in these charges are Mark Anthony Rosales, Rommel Galido, John Pascual dela Serna III, Darwin Joseph Macalla, Gregorio Angelo Rafael de Guzman, Jezreel Rapinan, Alain Chen, Reymar Englis, Atty. Neptali Maroto, Louie de Lima, and Southern Police District medico-legal officer Michael Nick Sarmiento.
Most of the respondents were friends of Dacera who were partying with her on January 1, the day she passed away. As for Sarmiento, he was the one who ordered the embalming of the remains of Dacera without the consent of her family.
Christine Dacera became well-known all over the country after she died on January 1 after partying all night with her male friends, as reported by Rappler.
The PNP filed rape charges against some of the men he partied but the Makati Prosecutor’s Office ordered their release due to lack of evidence for rape.
Her friends have also denied the rape allegation but Sharon Dacera has insisted that there was foul play involved in her daughter’s death. A medico-legal was also released later by PNP that says Christine died of natural causes, according to ABS-CBN News.
In a previous report by KAMI, entertainment writer Lolit Solis cried foul over the report that a biopic could be made about Christine Dacera. Lolit said that planning a movie amid the police investigation on her death is a bad idea.
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As for the respondents in Christine’s death, they remain positive despite the hardships they’ve been going through. They promised to stay strong and hopeful even if their reputations have been damaged due to the rape allegation against them.
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