The alleged Uruguayan drug trafficker Sebastián Marset, currently wanted by the authorities of his country and Paraguay, broke the silence and spoke about his situation.
Marset had a conversation with “Telenoche” from Uruguay, apparently from South Africa due to the characteristics of the telephone prefix.
The Uruguayan clarified that he is not linked to any president as he has been related. “They go on the political side and I have nothing to do with politics,” he said.
He also said that there is no proof of anything that is being said against him. “They’re shooting to see if they can pocket something and they don’t pocket anything. They are missing too far,” she expressed.
“Everyone speaks because they have a language,” he stressed.
🔴#NOW🔴 Uruguayan Sebastián Marset broke the silence and gave his version from outside the country, after receiving a Uruguayan passport that allowed him to leave prison in Dubai.
– Telenoche (@TelenocheUy) August 18, 2022
He also said that the situation is quite uncomfortable for him, since a few days ago the current president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, accused him of being the moral author of the murder of prosecutor Marcelo Pecci.
Marset, 31, is accused of being associated with the First Uruguayan Cartel and head of a criminal organization in Paraguay dedicated to drug trafficking and money laundering.
Days ago the information had already been disclosed that
the Uruguayan Sebastián Marset and the Insfrán clan
They were the ones who allegedly ordered the crime of prosecutor Pecci in Barú, Colombia, according to what was stated by the accused as the “mastermind” of the crime, Francisco Luis Correa Galeano.
Both the name of Marset and that of Pastor José Insfrán, leader of the Insfrán clan, jumped publicly through the A Ultranza PY mega-operation, considered the largest investigation against drug trafficking and money laundering in our country.