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Chile investigates the link between one of the fugitives for the murder of former Venezuelan military officer Ronald Ojeda and Tareck El Aissami

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Chile investigates the link between one of the fugitives for the murder of former Venezuelan military officer Ronald Ojeda and Tareck El Aissami

The investigation into the kidnapping and murder of former Venezuelan military officer Ronald Ojeda Moreno in Chile continues to advance, with new clues emerging. It has now been revealed that one of the fugitives involved in the case, Walter Rodríguez Pérez, may have links to Tareck El Aissami, former vice president of Venezuela and a prominent figure in Chavismo.

Rodríguez Pérez, who allegedly played a role in the operation that led to Ojeda’s death, is accused of being an accessory to the crime. He is believed to have worked for El Aissami in the past, according to information from the Venezuelan Social Security Institute.

The investigation into the case has uncovered various details about the crime, including the involvement of at least seven individuals with varying degrees of responsibility. The authorities have identified three direct perpetrators of the kidnapping and murder, with others aiding in the preparation of the crime and the concealment of Ojeda’s body.

Police and forensic investigators are working diligently to piece together the events leading up to Ojeda’s tragic death. The only individual detained so far in connection with the case is a 17-year-old Venezuelan youth, who entered Chile illegally and is linked to the Aragua Train. He has been formally charged with kidnapping and is currently in custody.

As the investigation unfolds, more details are expected to come to light, shedding further light on the circumstances surrounding Ojeda’s murder. The authorities are working tirelessly to bring all those responsible for this heinous crime to justice.

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