The fugitive Cuban obtained an urgent passport at the Ezeiza airport


A source from an official body confirmed to The new one. that the Cuban Yuniell Michell Guerra Fonseca, denounced for alleged fraud against several Bahians who were going to travel to the Caribbean, obtained an express passport at the Ezeiza airport.

The informant also stated that the fugitive foreigner processed the document on Saturday, April 9, the same day he stopped having contact with the more than 30 victims who had bought him the tourist package for Punta Cana.

According to the spokesman, the processing and delivery of this license at the international airport terminal takes only “an hour and costs $200.”

“He made the urgent passport in Ezeiza, that’s why I don’t think he’s in Argentina. It’s a legal passport that isn’t made in the province of Buenos Aires; it’s only made at the airport,” said the interviewee.

The 39-year-old native of Havana under investigation resided in our city and in the application form reported an address located in Nicaragua at 1000.

“When the urgent passport is processed, yes or yes you have to inform an address, even if they deliver it to you by hand at the airport,” concluded the person consulted by this means.

The prosecutor in the case, Marcelo Romero Jardín, clarified that at least until today the file does not show that the islander has processed a passport.

The representative of the Public Prosecutor’s Office awaits reports requested from the National Directorate of Migration and the results of “other measures in progress.”

arrest and extradition

The judge of Guarantees No. 3, Susana Calcinelli, ordered the “international capture” of Guerra Fonseca and, before his possible arrest, “assumes the commitment to request the extradition of the deceased through diplomatic channels.”

The search for the suspect is being carried out by the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol).

So far, 6 complaints have been filed against the foreign fugitive, for repeated scams.

“Six scams were proven to the degree required (the request for) the arrest, sufficient reason to suspect,” another source asserted.

The accused apparently absconded with the sums in dollars that he had charged the victims, to whom he ultimately did not provide the contracted services.



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