The head of the Argentine Federal Police Néstor Roncaglia highlighted the speed after Juan José Navarro Cádiz's Uruguay, who received double criminal statistics from the National Assembly, where deputy Héctor Olivares and deputy Miguel Yadón died. Procedure is performed Avoid the risk of new hypotheses. In fact about mobile.
"There was a crisis management team that worked diligently: within 48 hours they were all arrested."Roncaglia said after Navarro Cádiz arrived in Montevideo.
"I want to emphasize the urgent situation in Uruguay, Uruguay's Interpol and the Argentinian Foreign Ministry," said Roncaglia, "although this process sometimes takes up to three months, but not many days."
The Attorney General pointed out that investigating judges Mariano Iturralde and Estela Andrades was "committed" to investigating "very serious facts".
To finish, he made it clear that the rush to arrest all the suspects was important, and now it is time to decide on the motives for murder. "The hurry was to stop the material writers. In fact, mobile is what you need to be quiet.Without haste, it is a great job to do with judges and prosecutors. "
The judge investigates whether Navarro Cádiz is the person who fired outside the window. Over the last few hours, Another hypothesis was added to the case.: They believe his father is in the back of the vehicle.
El Cebolla was arrested in Montevideo, Uruguay on Friday, May 10. Your testimony and expertise on your cell phone will be the key to determining what happened in early hours of Thursday, May 9. So far, the Attorney General has decided to name El Gitano, which was arrested in Concepción del Uruguay, along with Navarro Cadiz, Juan Jesus Fernández, and Miguel Navarro Fernández in Spain.
Investigators were still unable to determine what motivated the murder.. Initially he was associated with Yadón and Estefanía Fernández, daughter of Gypsy, but this hypothesis was abolished. There was also a story about the account adjustment for money, but none of it was confirmed. The last theory is related to the dismissal of the defendant for the simple fact that it is affected by alcohol and drugs.
In conversation TennesseeUruguayan prosecutor Juan Gómez said in an informal conversation with Navarro Cádiz, The young man refused to shoot.. "He said he was at the scene of the accident, was in the car, used alcohol and drugs, and did not shoot, but it is absolutely a theory of relativity that can easily be reversed with elements," he said.
On charges of murder by Olivares and Yadón They were also arrested. Rafael Canocarmona (brother of Fernández); Luis Cano, Rafael Cano Carmona's family member and owner of the vehicle used for the attack. Navarro's mother then released it.
The Justice Department investigates whether the father of a young man who arrived in Argentina was in the car at the time of the attack. In fact, this person was Juan Jesús Navarro Fernández (55) and with Gitano when he was arrested at Entre Ríos. The man said he was not in the car, but the investigator has a questionable element.