QCPD announced that they are still the leading investigators of the TED FAILON CASE

Despite the noise, criticisms and the plan for NBI to conduct its own investigation,
the QCPD still announced that it is still the leading investigators of the TED FAILON case.

The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) announced that it will be holding daily press briefings on its ongoing investigation on the death of Trinidad “Trina” Etong, the late wife of veteran ABS-CBN broadcaster Ted Failon, starting Monday.

Trina Etong, passed away Thursday evening. She was found lying on a pool of blood in their daughter's bathroom Wednesday morning. Etong had a bullet wound to the head.

Senior Superintendent Elmo San Diego, QC police officer-in-charge, said that they are still processing the investigation of the case and are waiting for results of the tests and examinations conducted by forensics or scene-of-the-crime operatives (SOCO).

San Diego also made known that he is the only official source of information on the case.

He also appealed to the public not to consider other statements and pronouncements to avoid confusion.

“Doing their jobs”

Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez, meanwhile, defended the policemen who arrested the siblings of Etong while she was still fighting for her life at the New Era General Hospital in Quezon City.

Members of the QCPD- Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit (CIDU) arrested two of Etong’s siblings Thursday night. Shortly after her siblings were taken away from the hospital, Etong passed away at 8:50 p.m.

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