Defendant’s statement stirs more doubts about the murder of Carla Stefaniak

The expanded preliminary statement of the only accused of the murder the Venezuelan-American tourist, Carla Stefaniak, generates more concerns about the macabre case that occurred December last.
Carla Sefaniak was murdered while visiting Costa Rica in November 2018.
The suspect, a security guard surnamed Espinoza Martínez and of Nicaraguan nationality, provided a series of details that would reinforce the family’s belief that more than one person participated in the murder, pointed out by  David Hernández Suárez, one of the lawyers representing Stefaniak’s family.
The expanded declaratory by the suspect was made at the beginning of last week.
Espinoza Martínez, 32, was arrested on December 4, 2018. He was the security guard at the villas in San Antonio de Escazú where Stefaniak spent her last night alive, on November 27,

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