Alfonso Severo was found alive
October 5, 2012
Alfonso Severo, a witness in the trial for the Mariano Ferreyra murder, was found alive last night in the locality of Gerli, and taken to hospital President Peron.
Police sources confirmed to M24digital the witness was released just after 22 hours on 50 Clemenciau Street, in Gerli, where he was helped by a passer occasionally.
According to what is stated by the sources, Severo was handcuffed with plastic seals, blindfolded and with a few hits, after being abandoned by a vehicle that has not been identified.
Once preserved by the person who found him, it would be a media worker, Severus would have given two phone numbers belonging to a family taxi company, located on Mariano Acosta St., from where he was finally escorted by police.
With regard to Severo’s health status sources said is “good” while undergoing a series of tests, including a CT scan.
The first effective in making contact with Severo belong to the DDI of Lomas de Zamora, said that in the brief contact prior to admission the witness said that was captured Wednesday night when a motorcycle with two armed men crossed his way to his vehicle in Avellaneda.
Severo is a witness in the trial for the murder of Mariano Ferreyra, so the Security Ministry ordered a nationwide search for his whereabouts.