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The Venezuelan who burned his partner alive in Peru has spoken out for the first time

The Venezuelan who burned his partner alive in Peru has spoken out for the first time

The accused confessed to the crime, confirming that he murdered his ex-partner, Catherine Gomez, because she allegedly cheated on him.

Courtesy | “Tell my mom I love her and I’m sorry,” the attacker said

The Venezuelan, who burned his ally alive in Peru, spoke for the first time since his capture in Bogotá, Colombia, on April 11.

He faces charges for the crime he committed against Katherine Gomez at 2 de Mayo Square in March. After the events, he fled to Colombia.

Officials from the Peruvian Directorate of Criminal Investigation (Trinqueri) traveled to Colombia to interview Venezuela.

According to information shared by local media, the accused has confessed to the crime. He confirmed that he murdered his ex-partner Kathryn Gomez because she was unfaithful to him.

In the words of the defendant, “This is the first time in my life, I have reached that limit. I don’t know if you have interviewed my son’s mother. She also cheated on me. I saw her with someone else.” On the day of the gruesome event, the prisoner threw gasoline on the Plaza de 2 de Mayo in Lima and burned Gomez alive.

“I was walking and she got out of the vehicle and she started laughing at me,” he said. He also clarified that he came to know about his alleged infidelity through some phone messages.

According to authorities, he showed no remorse for his actions and calmly recounted the details of his departure from Peru.

He revealed that he had fled across the Ecuadorian border into Colombia.

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“My escape was not planned,” he said. He admitted that he fled “desperately out of fear”.

“I’m going to look for clothes. I went straight and that night I left Peru straight away. I came, I mounted the donkey and disappeared,” he said.

Meanwhile, the young woman entered a health center. Doctors have said that 60% of his body has suffered severe burns. Gomez died a week later in a Lima hospital.

“Tell my mom I love her and I’m sorry,” he concluded. The aggressor will be charged with femicide.

Colombian authorities ordered nine months of detention Chanel N.

Meanwhile, Peruvian authorities are advancing negotiations to extradite him to Peru.

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