Bodily fluids found on Christine Dacera in NBI's second autopsy

A second

The autopsy on Christine Dacera revealed, according to John Consulta's "24 Oras" report that there were bodily fluids around 100 milliliters retrieved from the body.

The autopsy was performed in General Santos City and accordingly, the fluids that were found will be undergoing DNA analysis, reported GMA News.

NBI Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin said that they have very interesting leads and that they have very encouraging results.

If there was a presence of alcohol, then they may be able to find it.

He added, "May crime. let's leave it at that. May crime dito."

The report also noted that the tissue samples from Dacera and the samples that were taken from the hotel were likewise being examined.

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