CTEP militant Rodolfo Orellana, killed in an attempt to take the country to Ciudad Evita, a party in Buenos Aires in La Matanda, was shot in the back. Attorney General Buenos Aires, Julio Conte Grand and Minister of Security, Cristian Ritondo, confirmed today.
Orellana, 36, was killed yesterday around 6 am on a property on Route 4 and Riccheri Highway, in the western suburbs, in the middle of a fight between two groups who wanted to take the land. which is added to the intervention of the security forces.
"We have a preliminary autopsy that determines the inclusion of a firearm projectile in the blade, with an outlet hole in the face area, at the height of the nose," the prosecutor described in a dialogue with C5N.
The Buenos Aires Ministry of Security announced yesterday that Orellana died as a cause of puncture wounds. According to a report by experts who examined the body at the hospital, the victim had no entry or exit hole caused by a bullet. There was evidence that he had two wounds: one surface on the shoulder, and the other on the head, which was a sharp object.
The hypothesis that worked on La Plata yesterday showed that Orellana died in the battle between the two groups that had challenged the country this morning.
However, both Conte Grand and Ritondo explained today on the basis of the autopsy that death was caused by a bullet impact on Orellane's back.
The prosecutor added that it was not possible to determine which type of weapon was used in the attack because "the missile did not remain in the physical cavity and it would be difficult to determine the caliber."
However, explain, forensics working at the final autopsy will try to draw a profile of the weapon "depending on the diameter of the inlet and outlet holes and internal work inside the person's cavity".
Conte Grand also specified that the intervention given to Buenos Aires's interior affairs to deliver a list of Buenos Aires police officers who were in charge of guarding the premises and who did not have weapons, plus cash from the nearby comisers when the incidents began, went to "at least" two patrol cars "to the site.
"In principle, it will be verified that all the troops that were in service to ensure the safety of shooting and possible earthquakes were carrying rubber bullets, but when the situation emerged, the reinforcers appeared and we had to confirm the weapons they were carrying," explained Conte Grand.
In the meantime, Ritondo said that if proven that the police in the province had any responsibility in the death of Orellana, "they will be sanctioned."
The minister recalled that the first information obtained after the fact that the hospital came to Orellane came to the conclusion that the militant had a puncture wound, which was subsequently rejected with a preliminary autopsy result.
Ritondo said there are two hypotheses about the fact: first, that the bullet was fired during the confrontation between the two sectors that disputed the usurpation and purchase of that land, and second, that it was a bad police action. "We will work in two hypotheses so that the truth is known because the death of anyone in the province of Buenos Aires is regrettable," he concluded.
After the crimes, members of the social movements, human rights organizations and political leaders accused the security forces of rejecting the alleged police attack.
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