National Police Peru This Friday, March 24, the country announced that it had issued an international arrest warrant against the accused Femicide is a crime that has disgraced the nationBecause a Venezuelan man allegedly burned his ex-partner alive, whose death was confirmed this Friday.
“At the moment he has an international arrest warrant and we are working with special teams to arrest him immediately and make him available to the authorities,” Criminal Investigation Director Oscar Arriola told local radio station RPP.
Peru’s Ministry of the Interior includes the perpetrator of the crime, Sergio Tarache, 21 years oldThe rewards program offers 50,000 soles (approximately $13,000) to anyone who can provide information on the young man’s whereabouts, EFE reported.
Arriola explained that on the day of the attack, Katherine Gomez, a Peruvian national, had an argument with her ex-partner Tarachi, who was going to go to a nightclub later, but, according to witnesses, while he waited, The attacker sprayed gasoline on the bus in a square in Lima’s historic center and set it on fire with his lighter.
The attack was captured on videoAccording to the ombudsman’s office, the young woman was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) with third-degree burns over 60% of her body.
Arriola explained that four days ago they asked the Ministry of Public Affairs to preliminarily arrest Darachi but regretted that they could not arrest him. Florante delicto lasts one day in Peru.
“The flag in the country has an interim period of almost 24 hours. That’s why if a person commits a crime and passes 25 hours, they can’t be detained anymore, otherwise they violate the fundamental right no matter how much they commit a crime. That’s why a legislative initiative (…) why seven days is a felony delicto. No. Who are we protecting if we do not undertake such a constitutional reform?
How did the event go?
The event took place on the night of March 18, when Venezuelan Sergio Daracchi threw gasoline on Catherine Gomez in the middle of a public street in the center of Lima, Peru and set fire to Catherine Gomez because he did not accept her decision to end the relationship. According to what was published they had. Final version. After that, he fled from the place.
Bystanders helped Gomez and transferred him to a nearby hospital, where he died on Friday, March 24.
Final version indicates that Venezuela Entered Peru in February 2019.
A shocked Peru
The brutality of the murder of the woman and the controversial statements made by Women’s Minister Nancy Tolentino on the case have caused a stir in the country. Young people must choose “who they are with.”It was understood as a way of blaming the victim.
“He fought for his life, but the doctors were unable to save his life due to his body damage (…) We offer our condolences to the entire family,” the minister said in an interview with RPP radio station. .
She later added: “We want young women to make good choices about who they are with, to know that they deserve to be free from violence and that they will not accept any commitment or relationship with someone who does not respect them.” Blaming the victims, as they said, various groups on social networks.
«It’s always feminism’s fault! Feminist organization Demus condemned on Twitter the deplorable statements of Ms. Tolentino and the role of the Ministry for Women in addressing the growing violence against women and LGTBIQ+ persons.
The Promsex group also joined the wave of criticism, with the Minister’s revelations that “Shift responsibility to the victimAnd Manuela Ramos’ group accused Tolentino of “accusing a victim of femicide and revictimizing her family.”
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