05/05/2021 2:40 PM
Updated 05/05/2021 2:40 PM
The Cordovan golfer Ángel Leopoldo Pato Cabrera (51 years old) - detained since January 2021 in a Rio de Janeiro jail awaiting extradition to be tried in Argentina - was again denounced this Wednesday in the Courts of Córdoba for
"threats of death".
On the morning of this Wednesday,
Cecilia Torres Mana
, the golfer's former partner, presented -with her lawyer Carlos Nayi-
a new criminal complaint against him that adds to the previous cause for gender violence.
The corporal of the Córdoba Police, Cecilia Torres Mana, when she was a partner of Pato Ängel Cabrera.
Now she denounced him for gender violence and death threats.
Photo: Clarín Archive.
Nayi told Radio Universidad that "the axis of the complaint revolves around activities of constant intimidation. It has been accompanied with evidence and videographic material recovered by the complainant has been presented."
Police Torres Mana, ex-girlfriend of the famous golfer who is waiting to be tried in Córdoba after his capture in Brazil, criminally denounced him for alleged coercion by telling him that he would
“end up in the cemetery”
if he denounced him.
Cabrera - who was arrested in Brazil after being a fugitive after the international arrest warrant that weighed on him - must be tried in Córdoba by Judge Mónica Traballini, of the 2nd Crime Chamber, under the accusation of prosecutor Laura Battistelli.
The singer and actress Coki Ramírez and Pato Cabrera.
They were a couple in 2013. Photo: Clarín Archive
Numerous complaints formed the two causes that await the start of the debate.
Last January, the woman said that on several occasions Cabrera threatened her with death if she were to be detained.
"He knew how to tell me that if he was imprisoned, I would return in a drawer,"
the woman assured the Arriba Córdoba program on El Doce.
“It seemed that they would never be able to stop him, it is incredible (that they have arrested him.” Now, the woman criminally denounced Cabrera in court, in this case for the alleged coercion that he would have exercised over her.
The new complaint, according to her lawyer Carlos Nayi, revolves "around a material that could be recovered and that is related to Cabrera's warning that
if she reported it, it would end up in a cemetery."
The criminal prosecutor indicated that the sayings that the golfer would have uttered occurred before and after the complaints that the Cordovan police corporal filed against him.
It should be remembered that Cabrera has been detained in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) since January of this year, waiting to be deported to be tried.
As explained by the lawyer, Cabrera expressed his will through a procedure called "simplified."
"In other words, without trying to make any profit or speculation," he explained.
But Cabrera cannot be brought to Córdoba due to the flight restrictions established by the Argentine Government.
As soon as I arrived at the Córdoba airport,
will be transferred to the Bower jail pending several trials that he has against him.
Dr. Nayi confirmed to
that the complaint filed in the Cordovan Justice by Torres Mana is due to
and confirmed that -in addition- they presented as evidence
a video where Cabrera threatened the woman that "it will end in the graveyard".
Carlos Hairabedian, the new lawyer representing Pato Cabrera: he is 85 years old.
Photo: Courtesy of La Voz newspaper.
Cabrera does not receive visits or other activities; it is only
a public telephone. Very alone in the federal prison "Plácido de Sá Carvalho", on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, his only telephone contacts are with his children and with his defense attorney Carlos Hairabedian.
Cabrera has acquiesced in the request of the Cordoba justice system and demanded his immediate extradition. Two judicial bodies require it in Argentina: on the one hand, the second crime chamber and -on the other- the family violence prosecutor's office headed by Dr. Cristian Griffi. This prosecutor accuses him - along with other victims - of violating four restraining orders that governed him in
causes of gender violence.
The second chamber classified his cause as "minor injuries, theft and resistance to authority." In addition, the complaint for "intimidation and death threat" made this Wednesday is added.
The transfer to Argentina will be supervised by Interpol and the Argentine Federal Police.
Nayi reiterated to
that he is going to ask for
a 6-year prison sentence for Cabrera.
The evidence presented by the defense cannot be disclosed due to the current secrecy of the summary.
In a hearing last Tuesday, his lawyer Carlos Hairabedian confirmed that the golfer ratified his intention to be deported to Córdoba.
As explained by the lawyer: "The expression of will was recorded in an act, for the purpose of issuing the corresponding procedure."
And he concluded: "The final step will effectively be the transfer, for which the current restriction must be taken into account."