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The details of the statement of the only person detained for the crime of the Venezuelan soldier Ronald Ojeda

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The details of the statement of the only person detained for the crime of the Venezuelan soldier Ronald Ojeda

The investigations into the kidnapping and murder of Venezuelan soldier Ronald Ojeda Moreno in Chile continue as new details emerge. The only person currently detained in connection with the case, a teenager (17), provided a statement recounting the events leading up to the crime.

According to the teenager, he and his accomplices parked in front of a building in Independencia to smoke marijuana late at night. They witnessed a group of individuals posing as members of the PDI (Investigative Police of Chile) bringing a man in boxers towards their vehicle, which led them to believe their friend was being targeted for recording the incident.

The teenager described how the kidnappers took Ojeda Moreno in one vehicle while he and his accomplices fled in another. There were concerns about leaving fingerprints on the Nissan Versa used in the kidnapping, leading them to abandon it due to mechanical issues.

The teenager mentioned a possible connection between the perpetrators and the Aragua Train, a transnational criminal organization of Venezuelan origin. He claimed that at least two of the kidnappers had accents indicating they were from Aragua.

The teenager, who arrived in Chile illegally with his family three years ago, worked odd jobs in Santiago before becoming involved in the crime. Investigators found a shirt with blood on it at his residence, which is still being examined for further evidence.

As the investigation continues, authorities are working to identify and apprehend all those involved in the kidnapping and murder of Ronald Ojeda Moreno. The Venezuelan opposition has demanded that Chile hold those responsible accountable for the heinous crime.

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