The investigation into the murder of French Bouvier and Houria Cassandre Moumni continues. According to judicial sources consulted by the newspaper "La Nacion", the preliminary results indicated that DNA tests would be positive the detainee's DNA expert Daniel Vilte with typical samples taken from victims. However, the outcome of the study will be submitted to the trial judge, Martin Perez, on Monday.
However, the spokesman of the Judiciary of Salta, Marcelo Báez, today denied the existence of a preliminary report. "Judge Martin Perez hopes that report, no official notification, or advance," he said. The end result of tests conducted by the biologist and geneticist Daniel Corach, Faculty of Biochemistry, UBA, will be delivered to the trial judge, Martin Perez, on Monday.
Perez also awaiting the results of a new ballistics 22 caliber weapons on three kidnapped last week. One of them could have been used to kill a Moumni, 23.
The first skill was determined that only one of three lead bullets recovered, which was used to kill Cassandra Bouvier, corresponds with the splines on the barrel of the rifle 22 caliber semiautomatic Bataan belonging to a detained suspects.
According invetigadores, Vilte, 24, was one of the three attackers of French tourists who were found in the paths of private property El Mirador, in the Quebrada de San Lorenzo. The other two, according to the hypothesis police would Lasi Gustavo Vera Clemente and Santos. (Special)