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Sunday, 26 September 2010

Chilling testimony in Dominican Republic gangland murders case -

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Chilling testimony in Dominican Republic gangland murders case - "Colombian Darío Jose Atencio Vargas (El Don) offered RD$100 million 'to leave things as is' on the way from his residence in the town Paya until the village Ojo de Agua, Peravia province (south), where he was executed together with six other compatriots.
The revelation was by ex Navy captain Edward Mayobanex Rodriguez Montero to justice minister Radhamés Jiménez, the Presidency’s Narcotics Adviser Marino Vinicio Castillo, and Deputy Justice minister Bolivar Sanchez, who testified as a prosecution witness in the trial against the 22 charged with the massacre, in the National District 3rd Collegiate Court.
He revealed that Rodriguez Montero asked to speak with him, without the presence of police, because he allegedly told him: “One of those is the one who’s going to kill you.'
He also said that (codefendant) Jose Luis Montas (El Duro Motors), who allegedly organized his escape, made insistent phone calls to warn him not to let himself be caught because he was a key piece in the case.
Rodriguez Montero had also revealed they were awaiting the 1,300 kilos of cocaine from Colombia via Venezuela, and that Luis Lara Martinez, who allegedly owed 'El Don' US$1 million, who “preferred” to execute those he owed money to, provided five greased guns for the execution, allegedly headed by 'El Duro Motors,' who fired the first burst."

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