The lawyer for one of the motorcyclists insisted that “every day the hypothesis that it was attempted murder is reaffirmed.”
Buenos Aires legislator Carolina Píparo was summoned to testify tomorrow for the theft that she reported having suffered at dawn on January 1 by “motochorros” in the city of La Plata, after which her husband attacked two young men who were riding a motorcycle apparently confusing them with the thieves, judicial sources reported today.
The summons was made by the La Plata prosecutor María Eugenia Di Lorenzo, who hopes to hear the story of the event from the mouth of the complainant herself tomorrow at noon, the spokesmen added to Télam.
The same sources added that the prosecutor has not yet adopted any temperament or summoned Píparo’s husband, Juan Ignacio Buzali, to testify, since he continues to collect elements in order to determine the circumstances in which he attacked two young men who were in motorcycle and that for Justice they had nothing to do with the fact.
Tomorrow the legislator and official of the La Plata municipality will have to relate what happened at dawn on January 1 last, when she was assaulted on 47th Street, between 15 and 16, at a time when she was going with her husband to take her father home.
According to Píparo, six “motochorros” intercepted her and stole her billboard with 20,000 pesos and her iPhone phone.
The prosecutor in the case continues to collect evidence and analyze images from security cameras to establish whether Buzali should be charged.
The woman added that after that and when she was going with her husband to make the complaint aboard his Fiat 500L, they were again intercepted by those who believed that they were the same “jet engines” who had assaulted them, for which they rammed a of motorcycles on 31st and 28th streets and then fled the scene.
Due to this fact, Luis Levalle (23) and a 17-year-old adolescent were injured.
The motorcyclists’ lawyer asks for a search
The lawyer of one of the motorcyclists run over during the dawn of New Year in La Plata by the husband of Buenos Aires deputy Carolina Píparo today asked the justice to raid the police station where the marriage attended “so that genetic traces are preserved” that they could belong to the members of the couple.
This was confirmed this morning at a press conference by Martín De Vargas, representative of the motorcyclist Luis Levalle (23), since according to his sayings “the police saw them vomiting and both had a strong smell of alcohol”, although this situation has not yet been proven. by the prosecutor in the case, María Eugenia Di Lorenzo.
According to the lawyer, after attacking the motorcycle on which two young men were traveling, Píparo and her husband, Juan Ignacio Buzali, went to the 1st police station. of the Buenosairean capital where troops saw them decomposed.
“We request that the police station be raided so that the genetic traces are preserved,” added the lawyer, who stated that “Buzali had blood drawn and the examination is ordered for January 8.”
However, judicial sources clarified to Télam that the prosecution continued to take testimonial statements to confirm whether both were actually seen drunk, a situation that has not yet been proven in the case.
De Vargas insisted that “every day the hypothesis that it was attempted homicide is reaffirmed”, and insisted that Buzali and Píparo confused Levalle and the teenager who accompanied him on the motorcycle “with jets and attacked them for that. “.
He argued that “the presence of the Secretary of Security of the Municipality was to cover up the crimes committed by Buzali”, and said that Píparo and her husband “wanted to form in public opinion something that was not.”
Later, he questioned whether the marriage defense attorney, Fernando Burlando, minimizes the fact because they are minor injuries and analyzed that there must be “justice for the poor.”
In that tone, De Vargas considered that “they lied from the beginning” and added: “Píparo lied; he puts himself in the place of victim, he blames the governor and the minister (of Security), when the one who rammed the motorcycle was his husband and they wanted to say that they were motochorros “.
“My assistant had nothing to do with the incident. The boys were intentionally rammed. (Buzali) accelerated behind them to ram them. It is an intentional homicide attempt,” he said.
In addition, De Vargas stated that they challenged Judge Garmendia for being the mother of a member of the municipal cabinet and pointed out that “this is a struggle between unequal parties: humble people on the one hand and, on the other, the best lawyer, a part with political contacts and judges with relatives in the same party “.
“I want the truth to be known. None of the boys has a history other than work or study,” he concluded.
However, in the rejection of the proposal, to which Télam had access, Garmendia argued that her son is not linked to the cause and that “to suppose that the mere fact of sharing functions in the same management generates, for that reason alone, an interest in the course of a certain process, without deepening or justifying what the relationship or the concrete action would be, it fails to show that alleged interest that supports the challenging hypothesis “.
Yesterday, judicial sources informed Télam that it is “practically ruled out” that the two motorcyclists who were run over had participated in the assault on the marriage, while the lawyers of the young men attacked requested the arrest of Buzali on the grounds that he tried to commit a double homicide.
The decision must be made by Judge Gramendia now that she has already refused to leave the file.
Meanwhile, the prosecutor in the case, María Eugenia Lorenzo, continues to collect testimonial evidence and analyze images from security cameras to establish whether the legislator’s husband should be charged in the case.
The incident occurred around 2 am on New Year’s Eve, when Píparo was assaulted by six “motochorros” who intercepted her while she was taking her father home and stole the billboard with 20 thousand pesos and her iPhone phone .
The legislator added that after that and when she was going with her husband to file a complaint at a police station aboard his Fiat 500L, they were again intercepted by the “jet engines” and at that moment they rammed one of the motorcycles to escape.