Juan Dolio mass grave suspects jailed
Santo Domingo.- The court of instruction of San Pedro De Macorís has imposed a one-year preventive custody sentence on a man accused of leading a gang that murdered several bus drivers and vehicle owners whose bodies were found in a mass grave in Juan Dolio.
Radhamés Antonio Ramírez Rodríguez admitted the accusations and promised to reveal the names of the other members of the gang that he headed in the local area.
Ramírez Rodríguez told the court how they had committed the crimes and what they had done with the victims.
He was taken to the courtroom together with Hansel Mercedes, Hugo Antonio Zorrilla Alfonseca (Papulo) and Luz Divina Pimentel, whose case will be heard next Tuesday because they didn’t have lawyers and the public defenders did not want to represent them.
May 26, 2016
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