Jun 11, 2021 @ 17:37

Hina ng intel! Nina Cabrera says PNP should have checked facts first before suing her

Whistleblower turned accused Nina Ellaine Dizon-Cabrera thanked the swift response of Philippine National Police chief Guillermo Eleazar to her violent reaction to being on the receiving end of criminal complaints over the vaccine slot for sale scheme, which she actually exposed online.

“I commend PNP Chief Eleazar for being a man of integrity. He stood up to his responsibility and is ready to correct the mistakes of his men,” Cabrera said in a statement a day after the police force announced she was being sued alongside the two suspects behind the illegal modus operandi.

“My Twitter account was never in private, and my tweets are there for everyone to see. Had they checked it first, we could have avoided this situation completely,” she added.

Cabrera shared screenshots from a conversation she had with one of those offering vaccination slots online last May. Come June 7, police revealed she is part of the accused for allegedly offering 50-100 slots of vaccines for sale – a complete reversal of the story.

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“This situation gives light to the due process that is imperative not only to my case, but to other case suspects as well. The incident that occurred to me is an example of what happens when cases are not deliberated and investigated thoroughly innocent people are accused and some who are unfortunate get jailed,” she added.

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