Daniel Sancho case: “shadow” of the Spaniard would dismantle the version prepared by the defense
The case of the death of the Colombian surgeon Edwin Arrieta in Thailand has had several changes in recent weeks. After it was confirmed that it was not possible to determine how Arrieta died, the defense of Daniel Sanchowho confessed to having committed the crime, completely changed this version.
At the charging hearing, Sancho pleaded not guilty to having premeditated the murder of Arrieta and to having the surgeon's passport disappear.; However, she accepted having tried to disappear Edwin Arrieta's body.
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Part of a report from the Thai Police in which it is stated that before the death of the Colombian there was a fight between the two men, will be the version that will be delivered to justify that it was an accident and that Sancho would have mental problems as a result of the abuse he suffered from the Colombianwhich would have led him to throw Arrieta's body parts into the sea and a landfill.
On November 27, Sancho must appear again before the Thai prosecutor's office, this would be the last procedure before a collection of evidence has to be carried out again that would end in a new trial that would take place between February and April 2024.
This would be the last opportunity for Sancho to fully accept the charges against him, since His defense version was denied by an officer who served as his “shadow” during the first days after he confessed to having committed the crime..
It should be remembered that Sancho approached a police station to ask for help in locating Edwin Arrieta, but after several questions from the officers, he confessed to having murdered the Colombian surgeon, whom he also dismembered and threw away his remains to try to evade to the authorities. During the reconstruction of the events, the Spaniard explained how he kept Arrieta's remains in a freezer.
In what would be one of the many testimonies that the Thai justice system would have against Sancho, The officer recalled part of the testimony of the accused when stating that Arrieta did not die accidentally..
“The fracture of the victim's skull was not accidental. “Daniel Sancho grabbed her head and hit it against the sink.”
Likewise, General Surachate Hakparn, who is better known as Big Joke and that he is the police officer in charge of Daniel Sancho's case, he stated in dialogue with Telecinco that The Spaniard made a mistake by not accepting the charges against him, which could mean that he would not receive a pardon from King Rama X and would end up being sentenced to the death penalty..
“Daniel Sancho gave that testimony because he did not have a good lawyer to advise him. If he had had it, he would not have confessed and would have had another strategy,” Big Joke stated.
This coincides with the testimony given by one of the prosecutors in the case, who stated that Sancho would have ended up in prison for several years if he had accepted the charges, but that The future of the case is uncertain after the Spaniard pleaded not guilty.
“He prepared perfectly. She bought the knives and the rest of the material. He did it in advance… If Daniel Sancho had confessed everything, there would be no possibility of the death penalty.”
Among the police testimonies are the officers who were part of Sancho's custody during the reconstruction of the events, the workers of the establishment where he bought the knives and the saw and the owner of the place where he rented the motorcycle with the one that mobilized Arrieta's remains.
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