The Prosecutor's Office is closing the case for the death of a young 16-year-old student from the Eagle's Nest School, Katy Winter. On the order of the chief prosecutor in Ñuñoa and Providencia, Álvaro Pérez Galleguillos, they have made a series of tasks.
However, these experiments conducted within the framework of this research would rule out the existence of the only crime that could have been criminally prosecuted, which corresponds to aid to suicide, According to La Third consigned.
The young woman who committed suicide in a cafe in Providence, was victimized by cyberbullying by other students and also blackmailed so she did not end a relationship, as commented by friends and schoolmates.
Among the works that were performed were the experiences in the cameras at the cafeteria where Winter was found and also the review of a cell phone and computer that belonged to the young woman. In these elements messages were sent to foreigners during the morning of May 22, which said it was wrong.
Prosecutor Pérez Galleguillos will have to talk with the parents of Winter: Evanyely Zamorano and Emmanuel Pacheco, To inform them that the investigation will be closed because there are no elements with which they can establish responsibilities in the death of the young person.
Possible obstruction to justice
However, neither of them considers appropriate that the conclusion of the case be made. In conversation with the environment, they have indicated that they will seek to be carried out new diligences cause they point to the existence of a possible one obstruction to the investigation.
According to Pacheco, the establishment participated in the investigation. However, he explained that "this research from the school draws attention to the number of students that the college mentions to participate in the investigation, whose parents are to be less than # 39; age, declare that they can not participate in the queries ".
"The research the school did is quite a bit mediocre and incomplete because it does not incorporate the testimonies of many of those involved. So, many of the unknowns that we have are in the head of these guys who have not taken part proactively, nor their families, "he said.
Adding that, "the vast majority of students who participated in what happened to my daughter, their families did not let them participate, not even in the school's research. Then we are working to see how this It may be an obstacle to research. We want to move forward. There are many names in the College's investigation, but their families prevented them from participating in the investigation. "
For this reason, it is they are asking that the Investigations Police cite the minors to hand over their testimony. "By not declaring they do not let you know what happened to Katy. We're asking the prosecutor's office," he's over.
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There is the possibility that the positions are dismissed when finalizing the investigation, reason why NOT to be considered in or imputed as guilty until the Judgment dictates judgment against him.
(Article 04 of the Criminal Procedural Code)