Forensic Medicine confirmed that the DNA corresponds to that of the mother of the minor who, it is pointed out, was murdered by his own family in a macabre practice to find gold
The members of & #x27;The Rams' they were sent to jail for the disappearance of Maximiliano Tabares. Photo: Attorney General's Office
After the remains of a minor were found buried last week in a rural area of the municipality of Segovia (Antioquia), Legal Medicine confirmed that they correspond to those of the six-year-old boy Maximiliano Tabares, who would have died in a macabre rite with which his own family allegedly intended to locate gold guacas.
In the television news program Noticias RCN they obtained the document that establishes that after the DNA test, the body located by the members of the Technical Investigation Corps (CTI) of the Attorney General's Office coincides with that of the child's mother, Sandra Patricia Caro Pérez,< /b> who is deprived of liberty as she is also involved in the crime.
The investigators arrived last Thursday, October 27, at the point where they buried the child in the past thanks to the information provided by both the mother and Robinson Esmit Arboleda Ramírez alias Orejas, who is also answering for this case.
Although the indications that it was the minor were very important and there were few doubts about it, based on the information provided by 'Orejas' himself, confirmation of the genetic tests was awaited.
“We were involved in this search work. The CTI was also involved in the investigation with the Prosecutor's Office. They managed to mobilize a guide and are currently in the process of exhuming it,” Colonel Daniel Mazo reported at the time on RCN Radio.
In this way, we would have the main evidentiary material to demonstrate that the child was the victim of a ritual practiced by his own family who formed a sect called Los Carneros and that through rituals, supposedly, they found gold guacas.
The crime became known after the minor's own mother reported that on September 21 her son was missing, according to her, after having gone to buy breakfast at a store near the house where they lived in Segovia, but as they progressed investigations, the woman's version became contradictory, so little by little the hypothesis arose that the child's family would be responsible for his disappearance.
“she stated that her son had not returned home after going to a store located in the village of La Cruzada in Remedios (Antioquia). However,the evidence indicates that, on September 20, the minor was transported in a motorcycle by alias Orejas, and was traveling in the company of his mother and stepfather through the Loma del Hueso sector, in Segovia,” he pointed out. the prosecutor of the case during the hearing of imputation of charges of these people.
These people are responding for the crimes of torture and aggravated forced disappearance, and based on the evidence they were able to collect in the investigation of the case, the judicial operator sent to jail.
“He imposed a custodial measure on six alleged members of ‘Los Carneros’. They would be involved in the disappearance of a six-year-old boy in Remedios”, they pointed out in the accusing body.
They were joined by the story of a man , who belonged to the sect that made up the family of the child victim, who accused them of having perpetrated torture in those rituals.
“The evidence indicate that the test rams indicate that 'Los Carneros' would be involved in violent and excessive acts against another member of the group who, presumably, received burns and injuries to his genitals and different parts of the body”, they added in the accusing entity.
This information allowed the investigators to deduce that the missing minor would have suffered that fate and would have been used in one of those irrational practices.-