13th suspect in Dacera case to testify—NBI

The National Bureau of Investigation has completed its investigation on the 12 occupants of Room 2207, the room where flight attendant Christine Dacera was seen entering several times before her death.

According to a report on “24 Oras Weekend,” the suspects underwent a polygraph or lie detector test.

The answers they gave during questioning will be compared to the physical evidence obtained by investigators, such as the security camera footage.

The 13th occupant of Room 2207, who was from Tacloban, will give his testimony on Monday.

The report said the 13th suspect entered Room 2209, the room rented by Dacera and her friends, on the night of Dec. 31.

Should the testimony of the 13th suspect be truthful, the NBI may recommend him to be turned into a state witness, the report said.

Dacera was found lifeless in the bathtub of Room 2209 in the City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati, where she celebrated New Year’s Eve with her friends.

Topics: National Bureau of Investigation , Christine Dacera , City Garden Grand Hotel , Makati , New Year’s Eve
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