The Public Ministry found new evidence in the case of the death of Tirone González, better known as Canserbero, after reopening the investigation, reported the Attorney General of the Republic, Tarek William Saab.
The initial thesis in the case of the death of the singer showed that he was a schizophrenic person and that in the middle of an attack he killed his partner and then committed suicide, the Prosecutor appeared on the Podcast of President Nicolás Maduro this Friday.
“In a few days, amazing things were seen. When we reconstruct the events of the scene, we ask ourselves: How can a schizophrenic man take eight wickets in one attack and then dive? We find contradictions in the way he appears in the pictures when he falls, it looks like he is sleeping, and that is impossible when someone falls from the tenth floor. We saw the fractures on the right side, but noticed that there were four stab wounds on the left side before the fall. In addition, we did a psychiatric autopsy, the whole environment was interviewed again, his family, his friends, no one gave any indication that he had a mental illness or dementia,” explained the head of the Public Ministry. .
After reviewing the investigations, the Venezuelan State bodies found evidence that contradicts the official version, said the Attorney General.
“The investigators relied on the footprints leading to the window. The investigation also determined that they were not the footprints of Tirone González and that what was there was superimposed, they changed the scene of the events, but there was something more serious to reconstruct the free fall, it is a lie that he stands on tiptoe , he is in place and jumps, because when a simulation is made the body does not fall, as he fell,” he explained in the second Maduro Podcast episode.
In this context, the President of the Republic advocates for the immediate clarification of the facts and the application of justice.
“A scenario is forming that everything seems to indicate that this boy was killed. Surely the Public Ministry will clarify it. Justice is the basis of peace, of coexistence. Things can be better and that the challenge we have as men, as women, as a generation,” he said.
Source: Presidential Press