A friend of Arrieta says that the surgeon “had thought of moving to Spain” to “formalize” his relationship with Daniel Sancho

The information about the case of daniel sancho They don’t stop as the days go by. Almost a week after his entry into pretrial detention, a friend of Edwin Arrieta He has taken the floor to talk about how his relationship with the Colombian surgeon was supposedly.

“Three months ago more or less he spoke to me because it was my daughter’s baptism and he told me about his plans for Chile, for Spain. That he wanted to move to Spain, that he was thinking of buying an apartment,” he told this Saturday in Summer party.

In this sense, the journalist José Ángel Leiras has also explained that Arrieta contacted another person to help him with the procedures to settle in Spain: “Edwin contacts someone to process the homologation of his title as a doctor to be able to practice in our country. His intention is to homologate the title and open a clinic in Madrid and another in Barcelona to invest in Spain and get a visa and be able to live in Barcelona”.

To this person he asked for help, Edwin would also have told him that “there is a boy named Dani with whom he has a hidden relationship and that his intention was to formalize it as a common-law relationship.”

This Friday, Daniel Sancho’s friends also spoke out with a statement in which they ensured that Rodolfo Sancho’s son and Sancho Gracia’s grandson “is a kind, generous and affectionate person who has always taken care of others without expecting anything in return. These facts cause us absolute confusion. We ask for justice in a transparent manner and for everyone to trust the judicial process.”

Sancho is accused of premeditated murder and of dismembering the victim’s body into pieces to hide his remains. The 29-year-old chef confessed to being the author of the murder of Arrieta, 44, which occurred last week in a hotel on the island of Koh Phangan. On Monday, Daniel entered provisional prison on the island of Koh Samui. On August 17, he will be placed in regular detention pending trial, which will take place at the latest in early November.