Anti-kidnapping forces caught an Argentine citizen this afternoon, accused of being the last person involved in the kidnapping of Dalia Scapini, perpetrated in August 2011.
Commissioner Mario Vallejos, deputy head of the Anti-Kidnapping Department of the National Police, confirmed the arrest of Francisco Víctor Aquino Andrada, son of Víctor Aquino Domínguez and brother of Amín Aquino.
All these people are implicated in the kidnapping of Dalia Scapini, with the difference that Francisco Víctor He was the only fugitive and the others have already been sentenced.
“He had passed to the Argentine side, where we monitored with our peers, but then we received information that he would be in Fernando de la Mora, we investigated and managed to locate him,” Vallejos said in an interview with Npy.
Francisco Victor Aquino Andrada must appear to testify before the prosecutor of the Anti-kidnapping unit, Federico Delfino.
Dahlia Scapini was kidnapped on August 30, 2011 when she was driving her vehicle, which was rammed. The victim was transferred to the Caacupemí neighborhood of Capiatá, where they kept her in captivity.
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On the 31st, the captors contacted the family to request a million dollars. Only on September 3 did they send a proof of life, where they reduced the demands to $10,000. Finally, the woman She was released on September 4, in the vicinity of the Rubén Dumot racetrack.
Víctor Aquino (ideologue), his son Amin Aquino and his daughter-in-law Alejandra Neyra were found guilty and sentenced in 2016 to 25 years in prison in the case of the moral author and to 24 years in the other two.
Furthermore, in 2015, Benedict Luis Leon he was sentenced to 25 years in prison for kidnapping, aggravated extortion and criminal association; Genaro Vidal Blaires to 23 years, for kidnapping, criminal association and extortion, and Julio César Fernández Muller, to 20 years for kidnapping, extortion, production of inauthentic documents and criminal association.