Guatemala bus fire was murder nicaraguan ambassador shot to death by suspected killer in Guatemala city

Guatemala bus fire was murder nicaraguan ambassador shot to death by suspected killer in Guatemala city

The man who allegedly gunned down the ambassador was a known gang member, according to his wife. She also revealed that the man’s family is in the United States illegally and has been on the run since he killed her husband. Her son, who was the victim’s child and brother-in-law, also lives in the United States. The woman said her husband was involved in other killings in the Central American country.

The wife said that, in her eyes, the killer and his friend were “the gang members of Cartel God” – the criminal gang that has become a symbol of impunity, violence and corruption in the country.

She revealed that the man shot her husband because he thought he was going 충주출장안마to kill her after their children disappeared from their lives, which occurred some days after the deadly bus attack.

The wife’s son was shot in his neck after he was lured into a house in the s로투스 홀짝treet, the wife added.

According to her husband, the man was in Guatemala City’s Sixto Rivera District near Cartagena – where he met the young woman. She then drove to a beachfront apartment in the city, where she was attacked, said the wife, who did not wish to be identified by name because her marriage is in turmoil.

“The young man ran to the police, and the officer said to me, ‘We killed your family. You’re done.’ He told me, ‘I don’t care if you die. I want to see you alive, and I want to pay you’,” said the wife, who asked that her name not be used for fear o빅 카지노f violence from rival drug groups.

The woman, who also lives in Honduras, has been in contact with the couple’s brother and other relatives in the United States. The man’s sister confirmed the wife’s account, stating that they are members of the so-called “La Familia” gang.

It was not immediately clear why the man and his friend had taken part in this particular criminal crime. On Thursday, the president of Guatemala, Otto Perez Molina, vowed that justice would be served for the murder and said the country’s national police would act with “proper courage and justice.”

“If this is a crime, it is a crime of impunity and I’m sure the killer is working with people who have done this. He is in the process of building a new criminal organization,” Perez Molina said.

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