Daniel Sancho remained incarcerated in a Thai jail thereafter, confessing his crimes, and later the quartering of the Colombian surgeon Edwin Arrieta. The family of the deceased requested that the full weight of the law be brought to bear on the accused, who face the death penalty in the upcoming trial.
Now, ‘Tan-won nato’ exclusively aired pictures of Daniel Sancho visiting the crime scene for the first time with the Thai police. In them, the detainee can be seen explaining in detail how he argued with Arrieta before ending his life and how he scattered his lifeless body in the trash.
Daniel Sancho asked the police to stop the reconstruction to brush his teeth
The Spanish chef would have collaborated all the time with the agents to recreate the scene of the crime and tell every step of how it happened. It’s amazing how this reconstruction stops asking permission to brush your teeth.
“And he went there… and I started putting it in bags, but in black bags. I didn’t look at what I put in each bag. Edwin’s money is in his backpack,” the alleged killer began.
In addition, he made clear his intention to cooperate with the investigators: “I have a habit; I want to work with you. “I want to continue to behave,” he continued.
The Thai police are happy with the cooperative behavior that Daniel Sancho has to explain the crime and what happened, and they offer you time to shower.
The eldest son of Rodolfo Sancho spoke directly to one of the investigators and emphasized the good behavior he had: “James, you know I behaved so well that I came to you before you accused me,” he told him.