“I’m guilty, but I was Edwin’s hostage. He held me hostage. He was a glass cage. He made me destroy my relationship with my girlfriend, he forced me to do things I would never do.” These were the statements made by Daniel Sancho in early August, when he confessed to the murder and dismemberment before the Thai police. Edwin Arrieta The testimony of a young man who accused the Colombian of harassment and who, as he himself admitted, could be his son, now takes on special meaning. Rodolfo Sancho.
A man who preferred to keep his identity secret and broke his silence this Monday on ‘And Now Sonsoles’, where he spoke at length about his terrifying experiences with the surgeon. He felt that he “identified” with Daniel and that he, too, could kill Arrieta.
As she said, she met the doctor in a bar in 2005 – when she was 25 – and after they exchanged phone numbers, a nightmare began. eventually accused the doctor of harassment and assault. “From the first day, he showed emotional interest in me and did his best to be with me. When the number of calls started to increase, I got scared. He called me up to 143 times a dayShe explained that when she told Edwin that she did not want to have a relationship with him, he began “blackmailing me by killing me, hurting my family, creating a scandal at my job…”
“I had an obsessionHe said the situation got so bad that he had to quit his job for fear of causing a scene at the surgeon’s office. The threats didn’t end there, this young man even had to “change phone number and residence” since Arrieta went so far as to physically assault him and beat him at the door of his home: “It caused injuries that crippled for days. I even have bite marks here…”
The situation became so complicated that this man, who called himself Luis and admitted that he felt “I could have killed Edwin because I identified with Daniel Sancho”, He brought the matter to justice and accused the Colombian of harassment and assault.
A shocking statement that reveals what Edwin is like in his private life and could change the case of Rodolfo Sancho’s son, although his lawyer and spokesperson Carmen Balfagón prefers to remain cautious: “This does not affect us at all, it does not affect us.” affecting. This is more than a good testimony, here it is, here it is. “We must continue to have confidence in Thailand’s decision in this case, in the investigation and beyond.”
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