A 37-year-old woman was charged this Thursday with her brother’s crime Juan Manuel Visgra, who was found dead with four bullets in a West Florida neighborhood in May. After hearing screams and gunshots at dawn by his neighbors, the 41-year-old was found downstairs in the kitchen of his home with a bullet wound in the chest. five months later, Her sister was arrested and remained in preventive custody for two years, having been charged with aggravated murder due to the use of a firearm.
The crime took place on May 9 in West Florida at the home where Visgara lived alone, at 3414 Varela Street. At 1:44 a.m. that day, a man called 911 to say he heard shots fired into the house he saw two people, a man and a woman, come out of the roofs: “I heard three shots and a man was shouting let him go, let him go. I don’t know whether they have done anything to him or not, he is my neighbor.”,
The next call was around 2:00 pm, this time to warn that at dawn they had realized “six shots fired at a neighbor’s house” that the door was open at that time. “I call him and there’s no answer. The doors are open. He lives alone, but has occasional companions,” he completed the message. The cops went to the spot where they saw the street door open and on going inside saw a 42-year-old man lying in the kitchen. He was surrounded by blood stains and was surrounded by three bullet wounds in the chest area.
A doctor at Seuss confirmed the death. Due to the hardness of the corpse, it was estimated that she was murdered 12 to 16 hours earlier, indicating that she was murdered between the night of the previous Sunday and the morning of that Monday. There was no disorder like any kind of robbery in the house and also an amount of about 70 thousand pesos was also found from the pocket of a pair of pants.who denied the attack as a motivation.
>>Read more: They found the body of a man killed by three bullets to the chest
Neighbors said they had heard gunshots earlier in the morning. They were unaware of the victim’s past struggles, although they pointed Visgra’s car in front of the house: a Renault 12 brake that was set on fire on 6 MayWhen sapper firefighters had to intervene to put out the fire.
After a five-month investigation, the victim’s sister was arrested this week in a police raid at her home, fifty meters from the victim’s house, where three cell phones were confiscated. This Thursday, homicide prosecutor Marisol Fabro charged Mariella Visgarra with the crime. According to Financial Reconstruction, the murder took place around 1:45 when the woman She went inside with her partner and started reprimanding her brother for abusing someone in the family.
Then, according to the indictment, he took out a revolver and opened fire. Visgra died of a hemorrhagic stroke in the chest and during the post-mortem, four bullets were recovered from his body. His sister was charged with the offense of grievous murder for the use of a firearm, in addition to carrying a weapon. Judge Hernan Postma ordered preventive detention for the duration of the law. Public defender Francisco Broglia requested that Evidence protected on the domestic abuse situation that may have motivated the crimeBut the magistrate rejected the request.
From the statements of other family members, a witness with a reserved identity, records of wiretaps and cell phone antennas, the investigation reached the detained woman. One of the first to give his testimony was Visgara’s father, who said that it was his daughter Mariana who warned him of the crime. “My daughter didn’t know anything, she was working with her husband. When I reached my son’s house, all the police and prosecutors were already there.”, she counted.
According to the evidence read in the hearing, the man had not seen his son for two months. “I didn’t see her because there were people who lived or were with her, girls or boys, who I didn’t like. I felt like they were people who didn’t work”, he observed, and revealed that Juan Manuel He was in jail for about 6 years on charges of robbery,
As a witness to the reserved identification, a man in the neighborhood announced that that morning He recognized the voice of Juan Manuel “Leave me, leave me, let me go”., followed by three explosions. “When I hear that I lean out the window and look at his house. Two minutes later I see a man walk down the roof towards Mina Clavero and he runs very fast towards Rondo Boulevard. Then a minute passes and I saw a woman going down from the roofs. It was a woman with blonde hair and her husband was waiting for her on the street. I say it’s her husband because when she came he hugged her and they left hugging each other.”
Another statement in the indictment is that of the victim’s daughter. He said that that night a friend of his father was at home, a boy who lived in the street and worked in the neighborhood. According to that testimony, the boy went out to buy soda and puffs for Visgra and saw the victim’s sister entering the house with her husband. She heard that they began to argue and the woman reprimanded her brother for the humiliating situation in the family, to which Juan Manuel replied “You’re crazy, wait a little, what are you saying.”
As the boy reached the corner, according to that statement, he heard gunshots. He then heard the victim say “Patri, Patri”, but he did not return out of fear. “He told me it was my father’s sister who killed him. He knew because he was at my house,” said the victim’s daughter, who provided a recording of Patricio’s story. She also said that her aunt had given the revolver to another boy to retrieve the gun. “The bullets were 22 caliber. did,” he said.
Another element cited by the prosecution was the condition of the cell phones of the accused and his accomplices at the time of the crime. Both devices were within range of the Yrigoyen antenna at 1300, that is, 200 meters from the victim and the accused’s house. Eventually, the cell phones collided with the antennas of Granadero Bagoria, about 3 kilometers away.
Meanwhile, the sheet listing of the victim’s cell phone revealed that Visgara’s last call was from his sister Mariana on May 8 at 9:59 p.m., which allows for the prosecutor to “confirm a possible telephone confrontation before the commission of the murder.”, Finally, he cited the result of a telephone intervention to the accused. In a conversation she felt pain and anguish about what had happened _ “What I did is not something that is natural in life, it is not done”_ was recorded in a segment of the conversation, in which she At the same time, he was given that he had no choice.