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The new hypothesis that would indicate that Sara Sofía died from blows

The authorities are still on the trail of little Sara Sofía.

The new hypothesis that would indicate that Sara Sofía died from blows

The minor 23 months old was reported missing by her relatives since last January 15, 2021. The minor lived with her aunt, her mother’s sister and who had custody of the girl.

But her mother took her away one day and later appeared saying that the minor died and that she was thrown into the Tunjuelito river.

However, he later said that he gave it to a person.

Although her disappearance remains a mystery, little by little details have come to light that are expected to help the investigation to find the minor.

The new hypothesis that would indicate that Sara Sofía died from blows

Now they investigate if the beatings inflicted by Sara Sofía Galván’s mother would have caused the death of the baby.

The newspaper El Tiempo explained that:

“Little by little it has been known that The version that the girl died after eating food and later taking a nap would not be so true, rather, it is being investigated whether a strong blow caused by her mother would have been the cause of the minor’s death, ”indicates the media.

They also say that there are witnesses who have reported this version, but are protected.

After the violent death, the girl’s wounded body was allegedly taken by Nilson Diaz to a kind of sewer or pipeline in the neighborhood Class Roma, in the south of the city, explained the medium.

They even say that Díaz, would have knowledge of the exact place where the body was left and who would have the ability to guide the authorities to find it.

For now Nilson and Carolina stick to their version of an accidental death.

The couple decided that they would not accept charges for the crime of aggravated enforced disappearance.

And with the capture of the mother and stepfather, new and heartbreaking details emerge, which would make it clear that Nilson had a history of child exploitation.

At the time of the capture, Díaz was with four children of 10, 9, 7 and 5 years old, who would be forced to carry out work.

These four children would be Nilson’s children and they would all have different mothers from whom he blackmailed their children.

These women would engage in sex work, according to information obtained by Blu Radio.

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