Candela Case: Prosecutor puts away to the Buenos Aires Police for alleged involvement in crime
Buenos Aires province, August 8, 2012
The Buenos Aires police was removed from the research that attempts to determine who is responsible for the murder of the girl Candela Rodriguez, held in Hurlingham.
The prosecutor of Moron, Mariano Ferrario, provided the need to divert some of the officers of that force for their alleged involvement in the kidnapping and murder of the girl, set in a complex web of drug trafficking and prostitution in the province of Buenos Aires.
Marcelo Mazzeo, attorney of Gladys Cabrera (who was accused of kidnapped the girl on her home) believes that justice effectively will determine who the perpetrators of the crime were, as there is a line of research that has discovered the people who covered up the crime.
On the other hand, the lawyer denounced that justice never revealed the connections of the 70 phones seized, where there are calls between criminals and police, and even politicians and criminals.
Mazzeo said it is all part of a network of drug trafficking, prostitution and pirates of the asphalt, which means a box even to finance political campaigns.