Diakina Fofana, the man whose body was found on Tuesday night in a well in Jumilla, worked in the fields and sometimes dedicated himself to being a not a regular taxi driver in a vehicle without a license to carry passengers, indicated sources close to the investigation. The specialists of Judicial police are trying to explain if this practice has ended his life, because one of speculation the thing is They killed him for using this job, details of the same source. The Civil Guard has not officially confirmed anything because the case is under summary secrecy, although the two alleged perpetrators are already in temporary prison.
The two suspects in the murder of Fofana (who are relatives and will be 22 and 23 years old) were brought this Friday to Night Court from the aforementioned town of Altiplano, where they were transferred to the Civil Guard after 72 hours of arrest. Before, they would have been inside separate dungeons, to prevent them from communicating and hypothetically polluting what they can express, sources close to the case point out. After appearing, the titular judge of the Court of First Instance and Instruction No. 1 of Jumilla, acting as a guard, decided to send them both to prison: he ordered the entering the provisional prison communicated without bail, to two individuals, both of South American origin and Residents of Jumillawhom he investigated as the perpetrators of a crime of intentional homicide (or KILLINGS, rating may vary). This Friday night they will spend the night behind bars.
At least one of them has admitted his participation in the crime, at the point he took the investigators to the well where they left Fofana. The autopsy will determine whether he died when he was thrown into the hole or is still alive.
In a dilapidated farmhouse
The man’s body was transferred on Wednesday to the offices of the Institute of Legal Medicine of Murcia after it was recovered by professionals from the Group of Underwater Activities Specialists (GEAS) of the Armed Institute in the fund of a well in a dilapidated farmhouse located in a place called Término de Arriba, in the aforementioned town in the Altiplano region. This is autopsy the one who testifies to what this man’s death is.
The coaches where the Fofana supposedly dedicated to bringing people were found, days after the person’s disappearance, parked on a street I don’t usually leave, something his friends miss. They made it clear that something happened to the neighbor, and that he did not leave voluntarily. Another amazing fact: according to a close friend of Fofana, someone left his apartment (which he shares with colleagues) an envelope with your documentation. They didn’t know who because the envelope appeared at the door when they were all working.
He simply lived in the Altiplano for more than three decades looking for him for more than 50 days after he lost track shortly after his return from his native Mali, where his wife and children still live and he spent a vacation, after that he returned to the Region, to continue works and sends money to his family.