The policeman questioned him as the alleged perpetrator of the murder sentence Camilo Catrillanca, at Sergeant Carlos Alarcon, told the prosecution that the carabiner was not attacked by a tractor in which the deceased leader Mapuche traveled: "The people who were on the tractor did not shoot at us"said La Tercera.
The officer was part of a group of four carabinieri who participated in the operation and claimed that although they were not attacked by the vehicle Catrillanca had died, he claimed that "We heard pictures directed at us (…) we could not see which arrow, so we went to a safe area, towards the front and sides, in order to continue to make progress. "
The prosecution's investigation is in a file that already reaches 400 pages, with more than 40 witness and accused statements. This testifies to the testimony of another clerk who came after the first group of carabineros, one that discarded shots at the time of death of comunero: "While the driver made maneuvers to leave the place, they started firing at us, without knowing where to fire us. I remember that it was the moment when they started shooting at us. Before this moment I did not notice that we got any shots"