Following Uruguay's extradition to Juan Jose Navarro Cadiz, the alleged double-crime assailant at the National Congress, where Deputy Ector Olivares and his councilor Miguel Jadon died, Argentine Federal Police chief Nestor Roncalia highlighted the speed at which the process was carried out avoids risking new hypotheses for the mobile of the fact.
"There was a crisis management team working hard: in less than 48 hours everyone was arrested"Roncalia said after the arrival of Navarro Cadiz of Montevideo.
"I want to emphasize the urgency that the Uruguayan authorities, Uruguay's Interpol and the Argentine Foreign Ministry have worked on, which has greatly facilitated this process, which sometimes takes up to three months, but in less than a few days we have had it here," Roncalia said.
The head of the force also noted that investigating judge Mariano Ituralde and prosecutor Estella Andrades "have committed" to the case investigating "a very serious fact."
To conclude, he clearly indicated that the rush to arrest all suspects is key and that there is now time to determine the motive for the killings. "He was quick to stop the authors of the materials. The mobile fact is a job that needs to be done quietly, without hurry, this is a good job that the judge and the prosecutor should do.
Justice investigates whether Navarro Cadiz has executed the shots from the car window. In the last hours, another hypothesis has been added to the hypothesisThey believe his father was in the backseat of the car.
El Sebola was arrested in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay on Friday, May 10th. Your testimony and the experience of your mobile phone will be key to trying to figure out what happened in the early hours of Thursday, May 9Justice has so far identified that Navarro Cadiz and Juan Jesus Fernandez, also called El Gitano, were arrested the next day in Concepcion del Uruguay with another suspect, Miguel Navarro Fernandez, born in Spain.
Investigators have not yet been able to determine the motive for the murderInitially, he was linked to Jadone with Estefan Fernandez, the daughter of a gypsy, but then this hypothesis was rejected. There is also talk of adjusting the money accounts, but none of this was confirmed. The latter theory is related to the fact that the accused was fired for the simple fact that they were under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
In dialogue with TN, Uruguayan prosecutor Juan Gomez revealed that in an informal conversation with Navarro Cadiz, The young man refused to shoot, "He told me he was at the scene of the accident in the car and said he had used alcohol and drugs and that he did not shoot, but it is obvious that this is absolute relativity as far as it is easily reversible with the elements. of the evidence that one watches at the scene of the event, "he said.
For the murder of Olivares and Jadon they were also arrested Rafael Cano Carmona, Fernandez's brother-in-law; Luis Cano, a member of the family of Rafael Cano Carmona and the owner of the car used for the attack; and Navarro's mother, then released.
Justice investigates whether the young man's father who arrived in Argentina was in the car at the time of the attack. In fact, this guy would be Juan Jesus Navarro Fernandez, 55, who was at Gitano during his arrest in Enetre Rios. The man said he was not in the vehicle, but the investigators had items that he suspected.