The results of DNA tests conducted to the five suspects arrested over the death of Karina del Pozo, 20, will be used legally and incorporated the judicial process that develops between today and tomorrow, with it you can establish who attacked the young model, to death the morning of February 20.
Edgar Ortiz, attorney of Geovanny David Pina Bueno, one of the three main suspects, said on Tuesday that the document is in the hands of the prosecutor Vicente Reinoso since last Friday, which would be included in the more than 400 sheets it has, regarding the investigation of the death.
In the expanded declaration, Pina told prosecutor Reinoso that he saw the back of Jose Antonio Sevilla Freire, who is also under investigation in the case, saying that he had “a huge scratch” when they bathed in the provisional Detention Center. Sevilla, however, said it was Pina who had his face scratched and Manuel Gustavo Salazar Gomez, another suspect in the death of Del Pozo, had signs of having his hands scratched.
Forensic officers took blood samples found on the steering wheel, dashboard and carpets of Salazar’s truck, in which the youngsters mobilized early on February 20. Unofficially Ortiz said they found no genetic material from his client or the hair or blood obtained from the vehicle, or skin that was extracted from Karina nails.
The lawyer said that “tomorrow (ie today) will probably have DNA results and we can talk on the basis of that test. I can only say that according to these reviews Pina had nothing to do and that DNA from the hair and skin would belong to the one with the scratch on the back.”