Rafael Di Zeo passed through Córdoba, denied having carried weapons and returned home

Rafael Di Zeo passed through Córdoba, denied having carried weapons and returned home
Rafael Di Zeo passed through Córdoba, denied having carried weapons and returned home

The leader of the Boca Juniors brava group, Rafael Di Zeo, and his second, Fernando “Skeletor” Maciel, were in the province of Córdoba this Monday and were investigated by prosecutor Patricia Baulies in the Río Segundo Courts. Both bars are part of the group of 59 fans accused of having transported at least four firearms, days ago, in a bus when they were heading to the Kempes stadium where Boca played with Estudiantes de la Plata.

Judicial sources indicated that Di Zeo and Maciel were charged with possession of weapons of war and for civilian use. The accused denied the facts and, out of defensive advice, refrained from testifying. Once the procedural act was over, he started back in his Mercedes Benz.

Many of the other defendants also appeared. There are no arrests.

It all happened on April 30 when, as part of a routine check on the highway at the Toledo toll, personnel from the Gendarmerie and the provincial Police inspected buses where the Twelve was traveling. Thus, the troops found four weapons hidden in the units.

Di Zeo, who was in a truck, managed to escape from the operation and returned to Rosario and then returned to Buenos Aires.

Another 58 fans were detained and taken to police stations, where they were booked. It turned out that two fans of the bar took responsibility for the weapons, but this does not convince prosecutor Baulies. The case continues.

To all this, by directives from the Ministry of National Security, “Rafa” Di Zeo and other bars were prohibited from entering stadiums.

 
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