Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci was on his honeymoon in Colombia when he was shot twice by gunmen who came on jet skis to the beach where he was with his wife. Now, the authorities investigating the case are analyzing security cameras to identify the murderers and could be close to knowing their faces thanks to a video in which two men rent jet skis.
The video shows the moment in which two suspects, alleged perpetrators of the crime, rent a jet ski in a commercial establishment. One of them wears a hat and is dressed in black with dark glasses, while the other wears a life jacket, white T-shirt and shorts.
According to Infobae, the two men rented the jet skis for 30 minutes and for a value of 200,000 Colombian pesos, although "they only used it for 16 minutes, returned to the place, delivered it and changed their clothes."
The images show how the suspects receive the keys to the jet skis and leave the place accompanied by a worker from the rental company.
According to the Colombian Police, one of the suspects had a Caribbean accent, although he was possibly not Colombian, and was approximately 1.74 meters tall.
The investigative work carried out by the Colombian Government, with the support of Paraguayan investigators and DEA agents, would have two possible axes: the first and most named, the actions of prosecutor Pecci in the notorious 'A Ultranza Py' case, which last March dealt a heavy blow to the clan of the Insafrán brothers, one of the most powerful groups in Paraguay, whose leader is Miguel Ángel Insafrán or Tico or Tío Rico, today in jail along with his brother José, who visited Colombia several times under the mantle of being a Christian pastor, but apparently to establish ties 'non sanctus'.
Prosecutor Pecci had other notorious cases in his office, all of them related to drug trafficking and transnational crime networks. From there arises another line of investigation disclosed by the Colombian newspaper 'El Tiempo', according to which the masterminds of the crime would be members of a Hezbollah terrorist network, as confirmed by General Jorge Luis Vargas, director of the National Police.