Flight attendant’s medico-legal report ‘not for public consumption’ – Makati police chief | Inquirer News

Flight attendant’s medico-legal report ‘not for public consumption’ – Makati police chief

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
/ 11:28 PM January 05, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The police did not release to the public the medico-legal report of flight attendant Christine Dacera, who died after celebrating New Year’s eve in a Makati hotel, the Makati police chief, Col. Harold Depositar, said in a text message sent to reporters on Tuesday.

Depositar issued the statement after a copy of the report — indicating the cause of death a “ruptured aortic aneurysm” — circulated on social media.

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“We have not issued any medico-legal report for public consumption,” Depositar said.

Nobody could get a copy of the report as it was marked as “confidential,” according to Brig. Gen. Brandi Usana, spokesperson of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

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Eleven suspects — three of them already in police custody as of this writing — are facing provisional charges of rape with homicide at the Makati Prosecutor’s Office over Dacera’s death.

According to the PNP chief, Gen. Debold Sinas, said the case was considered “solved.”

He also warned suspects to surrender within 72 hours or police forces would go after them.

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