The group of the high school young lady who purportedly passed on of medication overdose isn't keen on recording charges against whoever was capable.
Cebu City Police Office executive Senior Supt. Royina Garma said the guardians of Ashley Abad just needed to discover reality about her passing since they have not seen indications of medication use before the occurrence.
"They need to realize what occurred, kasi they didn't see indications of medication use before the episode occurred. They need to know why? Bakit namatay siya? They simply need to know reality. Wala silang plano mag-record ng case, basta magkaroon lang ng conclusion," Garma said.
Abad was going to a pre-Sinulog party with her sweetheart and six others in uptown Cebu City when she go out and later kicked the bucket. Garma said the beau and the six different partners stayed uncooperative as of recently.
Garma conceded they couldn't force the sweetheart and their companions to participate in light of the fact that they would disregard their sacred rights. The police, be that as it may, think about them as people of enthusiasm for Abad's demise.
Garma asked the observers to encourage them and the family discover reality. She conceded that without observers, the examination may be postponed.
"It will postpone the examination. Consider the possibility that sa kanila nangyari?," she said.
As per Garma, the continuous examination tries to reveal the conditions encompassing Abad's demise. She said the police need to see if the injured individual was compelled to take a medication bound beverage.
"Dalawa ang request, if may wrongdoing ba, would she say she was constrained? is it safe to say that she was misled? Furthermore, if wala, saan galing ang drugs? Para malaman natin," Garma said