The two people who are in temporary prison for allegedly killing and throwing Diakina Fofana into a well have admitted that they ended her life during a discussions inspired by He wanted them to charge 25 euros, when he was an ‘undocumented’ taxi driverto take them from Yecla to Jumilla in his car without a license, indicated sources close to the investigation.
Investigators soon discovered, before the man’s lifeless body was found, Diakina Fofana works in the field and, in addition, he sometimes worked irregularly as a taxi driver in a vehicle without a license to carry passengers.
Always according to the testimony of the suspects, both (brother-in-law, Honduran and 22 and 23 years old one after the other) got into Fofana’s car to take them from one town to another. Upon reaching his destination, the subjects reported, the man he would have asked for an amount of money that they considered excessive.
The brothers regret the crime of the 43-year-old neighbor
Then a fight broke out, which escalated to the point that one of them He pulled out a knife and attacked the victim.43-year-old Malian.
“We stabbed him by accident”
Subjects say they don’t remember much. Yes they know that The fatal fight took place outside Fofana’s car, who, they say, was “accidentally pierced.” At one point, after the researchers’ spotlight, the brothers-in-law blamed each other for the crimealthough they finally recognized that both of them.
The youth, who They have no background criminals, were entered in Sangonera prison on October 27, where they were placed in a cell.
After attacking Fofana, and seeing that he was dead, they decided hide your body with the goal of getting rid of it. They chose a hole in a dilapidated farmhouse. Professionals from the Group of Specialists in Underwater Activities (GEAS) of the Armed Institute took the body, in an advanced state of decomposition, of the neighbor from the bottom of the well in the aforementioned ruined hamlet located in the area called Término de Arriba, in Jumilla.
she coach where the Malian is said to be dedicated to transporting people founddays after the man’s disappearance, parked on a street I don’t usually leavesomething his friends miss.
For Fofana, a resident of the Altiplano for more than three decades, He has been wanted for more than 50 daysafter he lost track shortly after returning from his native Mali, where his wife and children still live and he spent a vacation, after that he returned to the Region of Murcia, to continue the work and send money to his family.
When they lost sight of him, his friends (Fofana had no relatives in Murcia) asked for help in finding him, because They were sure that hers would not be lost involuntarily.