The parents of one of the fatalities in a concert in Pasay City in May has lodged a complaint with the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) as initial investigation showed that organizers may have committed some “lapses” that could have led to the proliferation of illegal drugs during the event, according to radio reports.
Autopsy findings on Bianca Fontejon, 18, revealed traces of “ecstasy and bath salts” in her body. She was one of five who died during the Close- Up Summer Forever concert at the Mall of Asia grounds in Pasay City on May 21.
An inquiry at the House of Representatives on the incident on Monday, June 6, showed that concert organizers and police may have committed some security “lapses” after the NBI’s initial investigation indicated that the five victims may have knowingly or unknowingly taken illegal drugs.
Fontejon’s parents are demanding justice for their daughter, according to the reports.