Plenty of technical evidence made it possible to establish that the lawyer José Manuel Gnecco Valencia allegedly shot his partner from less than 1 meter and 20 centimeters of distance

The technical and scientific evidence obtained by the Attorney General’s Office made it possible to establish that José Manuel Gnecco Valencia would be responsible for the murder of his wife, in facts that occurred on October 5, 2021, in San Andrés

The investigation established that the woman while staying in the house with her husband, was shot and killed. In this way, the version of the man was distorted, who assured that criminals who would have tried to enter the property attacked the woman when they were discovered.

The evidence showed that the house was protected by an electric fence that prevented the passage of strangers. Additionally, there were four dogs that never warned about strange facts. Finally, the ballistic test and a 3D reconstruction made it possible to know the exact trajectory of the shot and verify that it was fired at a distance of 1 meter and 20 centimeters away.

Likewise, it was established that Gnecco Valencia, apparently, did not help the victim. Likewise, there are elements that indicate he is allegedly responsible for altering the crime scene.

In this sense, a prosecutor from the Delegate Office for Territorial Security charged him with aggravated homicide; manufacture, trafficking, possession of firearms; ideological falsehood of private document; and concealment, alteration, or destruction of material evidence.

The defendant did not plead guilty to the charges and must serve a prison sentence.

When we speak, results follow.

The information contained in this press release corresponds to the narration of the objective news provided by the officials in charge of carrying out criminal investigations within the Office of the Attorney General. By the time this communication is disclosed, the legal status of the people mentioned is still pending to be resolved by the competent judicial authority, always under the presumption of innocence contemplated by Article 29 of the Political Constitution and Article 7 of Law 906 of 2004.