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Chilean family waits in tension, DNA test result – Other Cities – Colombia



The legal status of Juan Guillermo Valderrama, a friend of Ilse Oyeda, a vanished Chilean citizen, has not been defined yet, after more than eleven hours of hearing, when the Bucaramanga 14 Judge for Judgment has legalized the capture and selective searches have been conducted on the basis of data. The court proceedings will continue on Monday at 2 pm at the Santander Court Service Center, where they will be charged with charges.

"This is a hearing where the prosecutor's office asks for evidence and was made on a reservation, then the defense did not (…) ask the prosecutor's office and we did not object to it, then they did it and like yesterday (this Saturday) Day It was so horrible that we ended up at three o'clock and today (this Sunday) at midnight, then we were summoned tomorrow at two o'clock, "said Juan Alba Valderrama's Flor Alba Cely de Vera.

The hearing began this Saturday, April 27 at 9 pm. On the same day, Valderrama was captured for the alleged perpetrator of the disappearance of Ilse Amora Ojeda in Bucaramanga, whose place of residence is unknown since March 29th.

The Public Prosecutor's Office will in principle charge Valderrama for the crime of forced disappearance, but if it appears that the remains of Ojeda are, the feminicide offense will also be attributed to him and ask for assurances in the prison center,

Meanwhile, Alejandra Ojeda, the sister of the vanished, came to the country on Sunday. He made sure he was "no one" to forgive Valderram, but that he always knew he could be responsible. For his part, the son of Ilse came to Bogota, where DNA tests were carried out to find out whether the bone remains found are those of his mother.

According to the Public Prosecutor's Office on 31 March Valderrama would pay 200,000 pesos to a man which was found at the traffic light of Bucaramanga to help him burn the supposed cow, argued that it was shot down by a gorge.

To burn the animal, they bought 15,000 pesos of gasoline and 14,000 firewood and went to the village of Portachuelo in Rionegro, Santander, where the remains were burned.

The witness said it when they arrived they found something that had already been burned, but Valderrama said it was important to be burned well.

After this testimony, the authorities raided Valderrama home in the neighborhood of Cristal Bajo Bucaramanga, where They found liquids – which could be blood drops– which are analyzed.

In the testimonies Valderrama gave to the authorities, he said the disappearance would be March 29, but in the second testimony he said it was April 5 and that he was confused. However, in an interview with EL TIEMPO on April 23, he said he disappeared on March 29. Valderrama was captured by security toll cameras located between Bucaramanga and Rionegro on March 31 at 1:19 and 2:10 pm. m.

In addition, the authorities have found skeletal remains in the path marked by the witness. Next to them was a plate and bolts that corresponded to Moray's morphology, who worked on his shoulder and knee and fastened these elements.

Also, other on-site tests, such as a shoe, apparently made in Chile, and a ring that matches the characteristics of those used, are analyzed, as reported by the police.

Authorities revealed that last February, the woman received a life insurance for 100 million pesos, the recipient of which is the one they captured.

MARÍA ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ
El Tiempo Correspondent
Bucaramanga


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