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Colombia calls for ‘beyond suspension’ for seafarers accused of murdering man in Iquique



Colombia’s foreign ministry called for “expedited investigation” and “punishment” of the crimes of a disabled man who was allegedly killed by four sailors in Iquique last Friday.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia Iquique Commune Condemns Murder of Colombian Man on the Street presumably murdered by four sailors.

This was stated by the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs as follows: release. In that document: They are calling on the Chilean authorities to “expedite the investigation.”

It likewise calls on the country’s diplomatic authorities to “punish those responsible for such despicable acts.”

“The legal action must be more than the suspension of the personnel announced by the Chilean navy through videos on social networks,” they added.

Let’s not forget that this incident took place last Friday in the commune of Iquique in the Tarapaca region and was recorded by surveillance cameras in the area.

At that time, three of the four crew members were discharged from the facility after learning that the man had died on the road.

Similarly, this afternoon, a judge ordered preventive detention for four seafarers accused of involvement in the killing of a disabled person and a roadside incident.

Source: Biobiochile

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