Who is Marina Landino, the Venezuelan coach wanted by Interpol who boasted about her luxurious life in Peru on TikTok
Marina Landino Salas, 28 years old, of Venezuelan nationality, showed herself as a successful businesswoman and wellness coach on her social networks, but an international red alert weighed on her shoulders. According to police authorities, Zuliana, as she was also known to those around her, had close ties in her country with a dangerous criminal organization dedicated to committing numerous robberies with firearms.
On her TikTok and Instagram accounts, the foreigner with a slender figure, who in the past was photographed with guns, showed herself as a lover of fitness life. In her profile, she promoted herself as an entrepreneur, wellness coach and owner of a beauty center and three healthy food restaurants. She felt like an empowered woman and she believed that her connection to the criminality They were forgotten.
In her photos shared publicly on social networks, she was seen wearing elegant dresses, gold jewelry and watches, fine handbags and an expensive latest generation iPhone that she used to upload content to her social media accounts. TikTok.
Zuliana's luck ended a few days ago, when she was captured by the State Security Police in an office Migrations in the city of Chiclayo (Lambayeque), where he arrived to carry out some personal procedures. Video surveillance cameras captured the exact moment in which she was intervened by law enforcement authorities. She looked upset, but she didn't resist.
She was immediately transferred to a police station in the area and then taken into custody by the Judiciary, which sentenced her to nine months of preventive detention for the purposes of extradition. When approached by the local press, she assured that she was innocent and asked that they not record her.
“I'm innocent, what do you want me to tell you? I have two companies here. “I am a worker and a student,” she responded to a reporter.
It was known that the Interpol He had been looking for her for four years for allegedly having participated in Venezuela of important thefts. It is suspected that she entered Peru irregularly and settled in the north of the country.
“The young lady is accused of belonging to a criminal organization in Venezuela. She has an international arrest warrant,” said Richard Chávez Terrones, head of State Security of Chiclayo.
In her Tiktok videos, apart from showing off her rich life, she was seen preaching the word of God. In several of her stories she appeared carrying a Bible, quoting some fragments of the sacred book and giving spiritual tips to her followers.
“Today I want to teach you the most important tip of my life, to always bring abundance and peace to my life and my business. In the morning I always get up and read the Bible and say a nice prayer, and secondly I write a letter to God and the universe,” Zuliana says in one of her clips.
“When she came to the country she did so approximately four years ago. She spent a few months in Chiclayoafter that he has been living in the city of Lime. What we have been able to verify is that he has businesses related to aesthetic beauty and vegetarian foods,” explained the head of Security.
“There are studies that show how women are most often in prison for getting involved in crimes that are actually linked to their partners, to doing something that was entrusted to them. And these women end up committing these types of crimes precisely because of this sentimental bond,” Venezuelan researcher Ronna Ríszquez told Sunday a Day.
The Venezuelan government must decide whether to carry out the process for her extradition or terminate the case against her, if it cannot support with strong elements of conviction the alleged links of this beautiful foreign woman with the crime.
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