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Giovanni Rodríguez confesses that he killed the “golden prosecutor”

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Giovanni Rodríguez confesses that he killed the “golden prosecutor”

Witness in trial of Juan Orlando Hernández confesses to murder of Orlan Chávez

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES – In a shocking turn of events, Giovanni Rodríguez, a witness for the Prosecutor’s Office in the trial of Juan Orlando Hernández, confessed to being the one who murdered Orlan Chávez, known as the “golden prosecutor.”

During questioning by the Prosecutor’s Office, Rodríguez admitted to the crime, stating that he had found people to kill Chávez, who was investigating a cousin of his. The murder took place on April 18, 2013, as Chávez was returning from teaching at the Faculty of Law of the National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH).

Chávez was intercepted by two individuals just 60 meters from the Juan Ramón Molina Bridge, who opened fire on him without saying a word. His death was swift, lasting only eight minutes as confirmed by an expert from the Public Ministry who analyzed security camera footage.

The “golden prosecutor” was a highly regarded professional known for his work against organized crime and money laundering. He was the coordinator of the Anti-Money Laundering Unit of the Property Deprivation Prosecutor’s Office at the time of his death.

Chávez, originally from Salamá, Olancho, was 52 years old and a graduate of Legal and Social Sciences from UNAH. He held a postgraduate degree in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure and was highly respected in his field.

He played a key role in drafting laws against money laundering and terrorist financing, demonstrating his commitment to fighting crime. His legacy continues to be remembered, even after his tragic and untimely death.

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The confession of Giovanni Rodríguez has sent shockwaves through the legal community, raising questions about the motives behind the murder of such a dedicated and respected prosecutor. The trial of Juan Orlando Hernández continues, with this new development shedding light on the dark circumstances surrounding Orlan Chávez’s death.

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