investigation for which he was arrested the head of the third party of the radioelectric command and a subordinate in a bribery case It began in mid-August, when the Special Shooting Unit prosecutor, Pablo Soca, was preparing to kill the gang of Mauro Gerez, a man imprisoned in Pinero and who is investigating Luduena and Ampleme Graneros acts of violence. was. Neighborhood.
The operation ordered by the officer on 22 August involved about 60 raids and ended with about 30 captives. associated with shooting, murder and extortion. And one of the people who had an arrest warrant at the time was Jonathan Almada. A man charged as a member of the Gerez gang, a character imprisoned in Pinero Prison and who in turn has ties to Los Manos.
The truth was that a lot of sensitive information was leaked due to the critical deployment of troops and the coordination actions required to carry out these processes. The investigation by Socca established that a few days before this mega operation, personnel of the Radioelectric Command contacted Almada’s house at 1300 French, if one took into account that it would be one of the houses to be raided in a few hours. Will.
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The investigation, which ended with police officers from the Radioelectric Command detained this Monday night, included judicial wiretapping and verification by the GPS system of a police mobile. Thus, it was established that shortly before the raid, the policemen of that street unit standing in front of Almada’s house set up a sort of guard, and when they saw a man leaving the place (later established Turns out it was Almada.) When he was leaving with his girlfriend, they stopped him and asked for money in return for leaving.
The men in uniform warn him that they know him and that his boss “wants his head.” At first they dried it, there on the road, ten thousand pesos.
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That sequence, ending with a bribery request, appears in judicial communication, a telephone call that Almada’s accomplice makes with a lawyer to whom he explains everything that happened to the police officers in command. With these data, the Souka prosecutor’s investigation began to outline the agents who committed the extortion. As the days passed, the circle closed around Jorge R and Ricardo P.
The additional surprise that last night’s process provided for investigators was that police officers had three weapons (two of them in a patrol car and the other in one of them’s home) without any kind of documentation. It is suspected that these artifacts were in the possession of the police, as they say in criminal jargon, “planted” at a scene or directly for hire.