07/29/2021 10:41 PM
Updated 07/29/2021 10:49 PM
The musician Santiago "Chano" Charpentier continues to be admitted to the Otamendi Sanatorium and it was reported that in the last hours the sedation was withdrawn.
On the night of this Thursday,
the artist woke up
and, if he continues his evolution, he could leave intensive care to go to a common room.
As confirmed by
Guillermo Lobo, Chano is "located in time and space."
The values of his last exams are tolerable and, "if he has a good night", tomorrow he would leave the ICU.
The musician underwent surgery after receiving a bullet from a Buenos Aires police officer this Sunday, in a confusing episode that occurred when they tried to intern him for his cocaine addiction, in the midst of a psychiatric overflow.
Already on Tuesday a slight improvement had been reported when the respirator was removed and the doctors had to work, the doctors had to work on the "management of psychomotor arousal."
According to Lobo himself, based on access to the case's expertise, Chano's toxicological tests "detected cannabinoids and cocaine.
During the surgery, doctors had to remove a kidney, spleen and part of the pancreas.
What happened to Chano?
As it transpired, last Sunday, the former leader of Tan Biónica resisted being treated by health personnel who had come to his house to assist him due to a call from his mother, Marina Charpentier, who was there with her partner with intentions to admit your son for his addiction problems.
Then, employees of the guard of the private neighborhood where the musician lives gave notice to the Police and from that moment the worst was unleashed.
The first police report speaks of a psychotic outbreak of the musician as a result of drug use and an attack on his mother.
In addition, in the letter they assure that the cash that fires at him does so because Chano "using a blade pounced" on him.
But Marina denied it.
"At no time (Chano) attacked or tried to attack anyone, less a woman. It was all a lie: a policeman under 20 years old shot my son without reason," he told the journalist Sandra Borghi (49).
In the last hours, the policeman who shot Santiago was "de facto indicted" in the case in which the circumstances in which the musician was shot are being investigated.
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