Christine Dacera’s case is on roll again.
Relatives of Christine Dacera found irregularities.
In the report on the flight attendant’s d3ath released by the Philippine National Police (PNP).
Atty. Roger Reyes said the Dacera family does not agree with the findings of medico-legal officer Police Lt. Col. Joseph Palmero in a report dated Jan. 11.
“The medico-legal report ni Dr. Palmero is not a medico-legal examination, dahil sa ‘yung bangkay ni Christine eh nalibing na noong January 11 (Because Christine’s body has already been buried by January 11). It was buried on January 10 so there was no way he could have examined the body on January 11,” Reyes said.
The report, released by PNP said Dacera d1ed of natural causes.
Ruling out that her d3ath on New Year’s Day was a crime.
Reyes said the Dacera family is disputing the claim that Christine died of an aortic aneurysm because they have photos showing that there were bruises on her body.
Earlier today, photos showing the markings on Christine Dacera’s body from the Makati Medical Center are presented to the members of the media.
By Sharon Dacera and lawyer Brick Reyes during a press conference in San Juan City.
Sharon and Reyes continue to question the PNP medico-legal report saying that Christine d1ed due to a natural cause.
The family also questioned why these bruises and injuries were never included in the examination.
According to Reyes, the Dacera family believes the case remains unsolved, and they are still waiting for the results of the second autopsy the family requested from the National Bureau of Investigation.
“This case is definitely not closed, and we have to identify additional respondents in Room 2207,” he said.
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