Marcelo Piloto, arrested in Paraguay, killed an 18-year-old woman who had arrested him yesterday.
November 18, 2018, 15h16 – Published: November 18, 2018, 15:06
Paraguayan President Mario Adoyo Benitez said yesterday that Marcelo Pinheiro Veiga, a Brazilian trafficker known as Marcelo Piloto, made his move from the Selected Group of Asuncion yesterday to an 18- After killing a woman, she is in prison on Sunday at the state police commander Bartolomé Baéz.
In addition to Báez, Abdo Benítez also fired National Police Subcomandante, Luis Cantero. The decision was announced this morning after the Security Council meeting.
"We have decided to replace the commander and the deputy commander of the police," Abdo Benítez announced on Twitter.
The measure is believed to have occurred yesterday in a special group of traffickers in Brazil, a special agent in Brazil. According to the Ministry of Public Security, the pilot killed a young woman who said she was Lidia Meza (18) to avoid deliveries to Brazil.
According to the indictment, the pilot hit the head of a young woman and stabbed 16 times. The police disclosed the image of the sword used at the time of the crime.
The accident happened one day after the trafficking person refused to take the Paraguayan court's so-called "opportunity standard" to deliver to Brazil. Pilots are charged for making false documents and possession of illegal weapons.
A few days ago, a member of Comando Vermelho held a press conference within the Specialized Group of Asunción and criticized the National Police General Assembly.
At the end of October, the Paraguayan Interior Ministry said it had blocked plans to release traffickers using explosives packed vehicles. Three men who were part of the Red Command died in the operation of the local police.
In Brazil, the pilot calls for a 21-year sentence in one case in the Criminal Court of the Rio de Janeiro judge and a five-year and four-month sentence in another.
Piloto was imprisoned in Paraguay in December 2017. He was arrested in Encarnación after several organizations were jointly working internationally. (Using EFE)