07/06/2020 - 18:25
Although the judge in the case, Carlos Narvarte , considered that the crime of Fabián Gutiérrez , former private secretary of Vice President Cristina Kirchner, was committed in a situation that “got out of hand” for the four detainees, the justice has data that would allow determining what role each of the four young people played in the murder and in their attempt to cover it up.
Grandson of Oscar Zaeta, 71, a historic scribe in the city, who would have deeded several real estate operations for the Kirchners, and who also appears among the beneficiaries of former mayor Néstor Méndez in the controversial handover of fiscal land, during the year 2006, at $ 7.50 per m2. Facundo, 19, is identified as the material author of the murder . He himself stated that he was with Gutiérrez in the house of the former secretary of Cristina Kirchner and that they maintained "a relationship with the right to touch."
He likes motorcycles and electronic parties. In October 2019, by order of the Federal Court of Río Gallegos, members of the Delegation of the Argentine Federal Police carried out a procedure in the coastal area of the capital of Santa Cruz, on a parking dock. There, Zaeta and three other people were detained with 48 doses of LSD and a wrapper containing 20 grams of marijuana.
Justice believes that he could be the necessary co-author or participant in the crime of Fabián Gutiérrez. He shared friends with his brother. They have a good time and "nothing is missing." "That is why I do not understand what they were looking for," a friend of the family told Clarín. “What they asked for they had. Obviously that did not happen with drugs, the money for that was obtained from another part, ”explained that source.
The 23-year-old is the grandson of a former Peronist mayor of El Calafate. He would have been the first to break , after the bride had seen him arrive with dirt and mud stains on his clothes and hands. He is about to become a father and this situation would have triggered him to break down and count where the body was. He would be involved in covering up the Gutiérrez crime.
It is the only one that gave an investigative statement until this Monday. He asked to testify. He would have collaborated with the cleaning and transfer of Fabián Gutiérrez's body to the cabin occupied by Facundo Zaeta, the place where he was half-buried. At the age of 18, his participation would not have been decisive in the crime and this is why his lawyer would have recommended that he tell what he knows and thus be able to get him released until the day of the trial.
All of them were denied the request for their release and they would remain incommunicado "as long as the Code of Criminal Procedure allows" in Santa Cruz, explained one of the defense attorneys.
Report: Nicolás Revello, from Santa Cruz.