The accused in the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera are still worried about their safety.
According to Kian Ang, his friends notice some people outside their house.
“Wala pa ring tulog at nangangamba pa rin sa aming mga buhay dahil hanggang ngayon may mga sumusunod pa rin po sa amin kapag po kami ay lumalabas. Balita po namin, sa labas ng mga bahay namin may mga nakaabang din po na naka-surveillance,” Ang said.
In an interview with TeleRadyo Tuesday morning, Ang said that they are documenting it all.
“May mga nagpapanggap din po na mga taga opisina namin na nagpapapirma ngunit di po namin sila tinatanggap. Hindi po namin sila kilala at I think gusto po nila kaming kunin,” Ang said.
It will be recalled that Dacera was found unconscious and without a pulse in the bathtub of a hotel on January 1 after a New Year’s Eve party.
Her friends even tried to save her and took her to the hospital where the 23-year-old girl was declared dead on arrival.
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Respondents involved in Dacera’s case worry for their safety
“Wala pa rin pong linaw sa aming kaso ngayon. Gumagawa pa rin kami ng aksiyon para po labanan itong inaakusa sa aming mga kaibigan,” said Ang.
The Makati City Prosecutor has ordered the release of the 3 accused in the case. The accused, on the other hand, denied that they had anything to do with Dacera’s death and also asked that the reward money imposed on their surrender be removed.
“Ngayon po hindi sila makapag-trabaho, wala silang kinikita. Hindi po sila allowed pumasok hanggang ongoing pa po ang case na ito at hindi namin alam kung hanggang saan ito,” said Ang.
Due to the expected costs for the case, the camp of the accused is seeking financial assistance.
“Hindi po siya maliit na amount, malaking amount po kinakailangan namin. Ngayon po 4 ang tinutulungan naming mga kaibigan na talaga pong hindi kayang mag finance sa kasong ito,” he said.
Ang’s four friends are Valentine Rosales, Clark Rapinan, Rommel Galido, and John Pascual Dela Serna.