Jan 6, 2021 @ 17:01

Nadala ng damdamin! Netizens apologize for tweeting photos of 11 men involved in Dacera’s death

Some netizens are now retracting the harsh remarks and condemnation towards 11 men who spent New Year’s Eve partying with flight attendant Christine Dacera, who later on was found dead inside a Makati hotel room.

There was initial uproar after police labeled her death as a rape-slay incident, prompting many netizens to condemn the act in seek justice for Dacera’s death. Some even circulated the names and photos of the men who were with her that night at the City Garden Hotel, only to take it back days later when the circumstances looked shady.

Some have started saying sorry for tweeting rabidly against the suspects out of anger.

“Guys, I just deleted my tweet re: Christine Dacera. With my reach, it was imprudent & irresponsible of me to have tweeted in such an emotional, triggered state w/o having all the facts. I published inaccurate information w/ so many blinders on, & have unwittingly wronged others,” Activist Francis Baraan IV wrote.

Frankie Pangilinan, daughter of Megastar Sharon Cuneta and abogado Senator Kiko Pangilinan, also said her regrets.

Miss Trans Global 2020 Mela Habijan also apologized. “I, too, over reacted. I got triggered by the news that a young woman died and was presupposed to have been a victim of rape. I also shared a tweet bearing the names of the suspects without looking into their backgrounds. And when I did, it was too late,” she said in a tweet.

A second autopsy is being performed on Dacera’s body to determine cause of death after the first one done by Makati police investigators pointed to aneurysm without acknowledging the many bruises which the PAL Express stewardess incurred.

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