Experts conducted the Criminal Police Laboratory of Investigation Police (PDI), which ruled out that Camilo Catrillanca, a man from Mapuche, who was killed two weeks ago in the hands of the Jungle Command in Ercille, ruled that his body or clothing had traces of gunpowder.
The dignity that is necessary for the public sector ministry because there could be more traces than the young Mapuche did moments before he got a shot that ended his life.
Informed sources of investigation Third that with the results of this survey it could be ruled out that Catrillanca was handling the weapon before death. They think that if it were, there would be some remaining powder in their dress or hands.
In this respect, the small M.P.C., who was accompanying Catrillancu on that day, said that after receiving the bullet, the communes were transferred by the Gope officials to Cesfam, where he said he "came without clothing".
"We demanded that Camilo Catrillanca's clothing be healed, because in some transfers we do not know whether clothing or clothing disappeared in police or medical centers," said Irving Rodríguez, a lawyer for M.P.C.
Advocate added that "when Camilo is handed over to her relatives, she is delivered without clothing and therefore we are asking them to recover because they can be of paramount importance for any expertise."
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