Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Cowardly assassins opt instead for Evo's aunt

In June, the 73 year old aunt of Bolivian President Evo Morales, Rufina Morales was kidnapped, murdered, and found by police dismembered. The family's lawyer has revealed based on the evolving investigation that the murder was an act of political vengeance by those connected with the Santa Cruz fascist mercenary group, busted in April. Story translation by Bina:
Marco Guía, attorney for the family of Rufina Morales, aunt of the President of Bolivia, who was found dismembered in June in Cochabamba, denounced on Wednesday that this crime was part of a plan to kill president Evo Morales, hatched by the Croatian-Bolivian mercenary Eduardo Rózsa Flores, who headed an irregular group dismantled by police in April.

"Upon reviewing the antecedents of this crime, I have found evidence of a flagrant attempt to assassinate President Evo Morales, a political vengeance on the part of separatists promoting terrorism," Guía said.

Among those responsible for the death of Rufina Morales, Guía named a Brazilian by the surname of Rodríguez, recruited in the El Abra jail in Cochabamba, and two Bolivian fugitives hailing from Cochabamba and Santa Cruz.


Anonymous said...

Does the bolivian media has reported something about it?

El Duderino said...

The text is translated from an ABI article.