Delegate who killed a lawyer and wounded three in show house says he acted in self-defense

Witnesses said the delegate would have begun to face the victim's companion, I was "take satisfaction" with the suspect.
25/11/2017 09h44 - Updated 28/11/2017 15h54
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The lawyer, Wilson Justo, He was killed and three others were injured after the police chief, Gustavo Castro Sotero, making shots in a concert hall in the road Ponta Negra, West Zone of Manaus, in the early hours of Saturday (25). The delegate was arrested at the scene and taken to the 19th Police District Integrated (DIP).

According to the Civil Police of Amazonas, the officer on duty of the 1st District Integrated Police (DIP), made shots within the site at around 2. In this ocasion, four people were stricken.

One of the shots hit succumbed to his injuries and died. The other three victims, They were taken to the Hospital and Emergency Room 28 of August. No updated information on the health status of injured victims.

Witnesses said the delegate would have begun to face the victim's companion, I was "take satisfaction" with the suspect.

In Gustavo testimony He said he acted in self-defense and was surprised by a sudden punch to the face by the victim to the point of almost falling with aggression. The delegate also said he came to ask the lawyer to stop and just fired the shot after realizing that he would continue.

After the fact, the delegate remained in place and was taken to the 19th Police District Integrated (DIP). He was caught red-handed by the murder of crime and injury.

On Saturday morning, he underwent an offense medical examination at the Forensic Institute (IML) and must pass hearing on custody later on Saturday.

Gustavo Sotero, He had been involved in a traffic mess and ended up at the police station. The event took place on 13 February 2014.

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