A ranking official of the National Bureau of Investigation on Monday night disclosed that forensic evidence gathered from the remains of flight attendant Christine Dacera have “encouraging leads,” saying 80 percent of them indicated that a crime was committed.
“Rest assured that we have very encouraging leads, we have very encouraging pieces of evidence. Believe me, believe me makikita dito kung may lapses doon sa una.”
“We are not saying that mayroon ditong makakasuhan it’s too presumptous to say, it’s to early to say ang sa amin dito ano ba talaga ang totoo? if there were criminal violation committed, who are the offenders who are the perpertrators who committed what anong naviolate nila how did they committed it anong support evidence namin, ” NBI Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin, the concurrent spokesman, said.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Friday officially tasked the bureau to join the Philippine National Police in probing the sensational death.
Dacera was found unconscious in the bathtub of her hotel room in Makati City on New Year’s Day following a party with friends the night before.
Hotel personnel tried to revive her before she was rushed to a hospital where she was declared dead.
Three suspects were arrested and were provisionally charged with the crime of rape with homicide before the Makati City Prosecutor’s Office.
But the prosecutor’s office ordered the release of the suspects pending results of a formal preliminary investigation.Publication Source : People's Tonight