Begoña Villacís says goodbye to her murdered brother with a heartbreaking message: “Goodbye, my child. Take care of us”

One day after the murder of Borja Villacis In Madrid, the police have arrested the three suspects of perpetrating the crime and the first hypotheses are confirmed: everything points to a settling of scores between members of a dangerous drug trafficking clan. The former vice mayor, with whom Informalia spoke this Tuesday, wanted to thank the expressions of support received in recent hours through a brief message on social networks and said goodbye to his little brother with some emotional words: “Goodbye, my boy. I love you. Take care of us. RIP,” has written next to the image of Borja being just a baby.

Begoña Villacís He has not separated from his parents since he learned what happened and has become his strength and greatest support along with his other brother: “My family is broken”has assured in “We have decided to live these moments in contemplation”.

The lawyer has taken advantage of this brief media ‘reappearance’ to also thank the researchers for their work: “I have no words to describe the immense comfort that the great professionalism and humanity shown by our Police has brought”.

This Tuesday, Begoña very kindly answered the call from this portal. With a broken voice, she revealed that she was with her parents waiting for instructions from the police: “I can’t talk much. Thank you very much for your support.” Borja died at the age of 41 this Tuesday, June 4, after receiving several bullets to the head and chest in broad daylight. The alleged murderers, who fled in his car after the shooting, have been arrested and belong to a clan based in Bargas (Toledo), related to drug trafficking. Those responsible for the investigation believe that the motive for the homicide is revenge for a debt that the victims supposedly owed to the attackers’ organization.

Borja, the youngest of Begoña’s brothers, was linked to the Real Madrid radical group Ultras Sur since his university days. He recently attended the funeral of a band member. 20 years ago he was arrested accused of brutally attacking a young man. He and others arrested were sentenced to six months in prison. And now, in 2024, he was accused in a case for drug trafficking and large-scale money laundering in the Central Court of Instruction number 5 of the National Court (supposedly for a cocaine theft in Valencia).