Former Spanish military officer who had International Arrest Warrant for Genocide committed in Castellon, was arrested this Saturday night in Posadas by agents of the Pozad delegation from the Federal Police. The capture was done near the grill, where the fugitive would have lunch.
The suspect does not offer resistance when surrounded by several federal police agents. The ex-military were on the Interpol red list at the request of the court on the violence against Castellon's women.
The arrest was made on the basis of data provided by the Spanish Civil Guard, which warned the Argentine forces about the fictitious flight in our country. The detained is the former legionnaire Jose Luis Gallego Sanchez, 40 years old.
The Nation's Security Ministry states in detail that the fugitive is a tattooed and violent man. In Castellon, he is accused kill your partner with multiple blades, Eva Bou Flor, 35 years old.
In a major Interpol operation, and in connection with Spanish Civil Guard officers, the Flemish is located on Santa Catalina Boulevard, a few blocks from the center of the missionary capital when he heads for the grill.
Search in the national territory began when officials of the Federal Investigation Service of the fugitives understood about the presence in the country of a Spanish citizen who had escaped from that country after committing a serious crime.
An exchange of information with Spanish officials and CGI investigators was immediately revealed, establishing that Gallego Sánchez was in Misiones province.
From this data, Interpol was asked for international capture, which finally materialized this Saturday.
Immediately after the end of the operation, Security Minister Patricia Bricic said that "this abnormal crime can not remain unpunishedThe criminal investigation and police membership of Interpol has allowed us to know the fugitive's whereabouts. Today is where it should be: at the disposal of justice. "
The EFE agency noted that the former Spanish legionary had precursors for sexist violence with a previous coupleThe victim of the woman she wanted did not file a complaint.
The detainee was placed at the disposal of federal judge Maria Victoria Scania, who at that time had to determine the origin of the extradition to Spain.