A suspect arrested in Venezuela for his alleged involvement in the murder of Paraguayan anti-mafia Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci while honeymooning in Colombia will not be extradited to stand trial, it was reported in Caracas.
Venezuelan authorities captured in Caracas a sixth suspect in the murder of Paraguayan anti-mafia prosecutor Marcelo Pecci in May, when he was spending his honeymoon on a beach in the Colombian Caribbean, Colombian police reported on Wednesday. His crime has been linked to several judiciary processes, such as Uruguayan drug trafficker Sebastian Marset, who allegedly ordered the death of the prosecutor.
Colombian new president Gustavo Petro has referred to the murder of Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, who was killed in May on the island of Barú, in the Colombian Caribbean. This crime has been linked this week to Uruguayan drug trafficker Sebastián Marset, fugitive of Uruguay’s and Paraguay’s justice, and accused of ordering Pecci’s execution.
Uruguayan drug trafficker Sebastián Marset has been accused of ordering the death of Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, who was murdered in May on the island of Barú, in the Colombian Caribbean, reported Colombian newspaper El Tiempo on Tuesday.
The killers of Paraguayan Organized Crime Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci have been sentenced to 23 years and a half in jail late on Friday after a plea bargain with Colombian state attorneys, it was announced.
A suspect arrested in Colombia in connection with the May 10 killing of Paraguayan Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci Friday threatened to kill officers of the Technical Investigation Corps (CTI) during the hearings.
Colombian authorities have arrested five people in the city of Medellín, presumably linked to the murder of Paraguayan Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci while he was honeymooning at an exclusive Caribbean beach resort in Cartagena de Indias, Attorney General Francisco Barbosa announced Friday.
Following the assassination of Paraguay's Marcelo Pecci while honeymooning in Colombia, two other crimes have hit Latin American prosecutors in the last days of May.
Paraguayan and Colombian authorities Thursday announced progress was being made in the investigation of Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci's May 10 murder while honeymooning in an exclusive Caribbean beach resort.
Paraguayan anti-drug and organized crime Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, who was murdered in cold blood last week while honeymooning in an exclusive beach resort in Colombia, was laid to rest at Asunción's Recoleta Cemetery Sunday.