Maracaibo.- Officials of the Scientific, Criminal and Forensic Investigation Corps (Cicpc) Five officers of the Criminal Investigation Division were arrested on Sunday, May 14. Bolivarian National Police for the murder of businessman Emmanuel Alejandro Pineiro Avila.
According to a minute of the Scientific Police, the autopsy performed on Pineiro Avila’s body showed that he had died “mechanical asphyxia due to suffocation due to airway obstruction”When he was in the custody of PNB.
The police officers taken into custody are Yerin del Carmen Baez Gonzalez, Leonardo Jose Morales Leal, Henry Javier Gutierrez, German Jose Nava Nava and Junior Jesús Morillo Gonzalez.
Police officials indicated that the businessman suffered severe pain in the pectoral region and they shifted him to the South General Hospital where he was admitted without vital signs, but the autopsy showed that death According to the CICPC review, “it was not due to natural causes”.
On Friday afternoon, May 12, PNB officials detained Pinero and his wife, Abril Guadalupe Moron Montilla. After being censured for allegedly threatening a lawyer’s wife According to information received from the relatives of the victim, who duped them with a payment of $300 to settle the legal process.
Morón Montilla was tried for the crime of resisting authority and was released on Sunday, May 14, when she was informed of her husband’s death.
The deceased was a military man and was requested by the 66th Superior Military Prosecutor of the East for an unspecified offense As per official letter FM66-381-2018, dated 11-12-2018. The relatives of the deceased are demanding justice. He denounced that the lawyer’s wife, whose name is unknown, He calls the PNB to ambush the couple.
“We want justice to be done, the price for my brother-in-law’s death should be paid. It was an unfair death, they suffocated him. , She (the lawyer’s wife) was the one who called him to fall into an ambush they had set up for him.”The deceased’s sister-in-law, Luisa Valera, claimed in an interview with local media outlet Foco Informativo.
Pineiro owned a grocery store with his wife in the Puntica ‘a Piedra sector, north of Maracaibo. Together they had two girls aged three and five.