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Netflix will premiere a documentary about photographer Jose Luis Cabezas killed by Alfredo Yabran’s crew

Netflix will premiere a documentary about photographer Jose Luis Cabezas killed by Alfredo Yabran's crew

Netflix announces the premiere of its new documentary film The Photographer and the Postman: The Crime of Kabezasi About the murder of Jose Luis Cabezas in Pinamar.

movie will be Available worldwide from 19 May, It is a Haddock Films production, with Vanessa Ragone executive producer and Alejandro Hartmann directing, who have already worked together on the documentary series Carmel.Who killed Maria Marta?

With an elaborate investigative work that presents meticulous archive material and many of the case’s testimony, the film reconstructs and elaborates on the crime of photojournalist Jose Luis Cabezas in the summer of 1997. unsecured mafia network,

The film, ahead of its world premiere on Netflix Will be presented for the first time in Argentina on Thursday 21 April On one of the special nights of the 23rd Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (BAFICI), where it will have two more screenings on Friday 22nd and Sunday 24th.

In the summer of 1997 the crime of photographer Jose Luis Cabezas shocked Argentina and revealed a mafia network in which political and economic powers were not foreign. The consequences were as dramatic as the crime itself, its instigators, and the nation as a whole.

Photographer Jose Luis Cabezas was brutally murdered in Pinamar in 1997.  photo editorial profile

Photographer Jose Luis Cabezas was brutally murdered in Pinamar in 1997. photo editorial profile

how was the crime

Reporter Jose Luis Cabezas, a victim of an era of unbridled power, will turn 61 this year. On 25 January 1997 a deputy commissioner and four thieves of rough affiliation, They killed him in an abandoned dungeon in Pinamari, Fatal shots echoed that morning at the seaside resort, a top spot for high-ranking politicians and concerned businessmen.

Due to the impunity of a powerful, two shots were processed in the neck, Supported by a contingent of Buenos Aires Police, a former member of the armed forces and the silent complication of Casa Rosada. The execution responded with revenge for a simple act: a full-length photograph of Alfredo Yabran, owner of the country’s largest postal emporium.

Photographic shot of Jose Luis in broad daylight, at the Marcela resort, in the middle of Pinamar beach. Much disgrace to the anonymity guarded by their security forces. “Taking a picture of me is like shooting me in the forehead”According to Jabran’s own pride.

The photo for which Yabran and his wife K Jose Luis Cabezas died was the cover of Noticias.  editorial photo profile

The photo for which Yabran and his wife K Jose Luis Cabezas died was the cover of Noticias. editorial photo profile

a little history

As in those celluloid records, everything has a sequence. The afternoon of February 16, 1996, Cabezaso pretended to pick up a coupleThe OCA owner’s unintentional move with a focus on a beach walk with his wife, Maria Cristina Perez.

it was the cover of the magazine news (“Yabran strikes again” – March 5, 1996). Perhaps the greatest professional achievement of Jose Luis. A virtuous moment, unknown to him, would lead to his death.

Hypocrisy.  Alfredo Yabran, with the iconic "Don

Hypocrisy. Alfredo Yabran, with the iconic “Don’t Forget Heads” poster.

A year ago, Yabran was visible without any pictures. This was accompanied by condemnation in Congress sunday horse,

In August 1995, the then economy minister accused the businessman of the head of an organization that controls the entry and exit of goods from the country Through a network of suspiciously self-financing companies, with leading positions in logistics, security, transportation and airport services.

in the midst of a political landscape that foreshadows a forced re-election Carlos Menemand internal conflict eduardo duhalde, who sought his succession in 1999. Both were affected by the cabbages case. The governor remained silent for two days at the official residence of La Plata, before stuttering after that in front of his intimates: “They threw a dead man at me”,

Alfredo Yabran will have to go to the National Government House to ask for support.

Alejandro Hartmann is the director of the documentary about José Luis Cabezas.  It will be watched in BAFICI and then it will go to Netflix.

Alejandro Hartmann is the director of the documentary about José Luis Cabezas. It will be watched in BAFICI and then it will go to Netflix.

Five months after the crime, Justice Minister Elias Jason resigned after it was revealed that he had maintained over a hundred telephone contacts with Yabran with Menem’s consent.

the fate of his killers

For the crime of Cabezas, Dolores’s justice sentenced the author of the shots, Deputy Commissioner Gustavo Prelezzo (content writer), to life imprisonment. As well as police officers Anibal Luna and Sergio Camaratta.

Commissioner Alberto Gómez was sentenced to free the crime zone in a second trial held in 2002. between 2007 and 2010 Policemen got freedomWith the exception of the Prelezzo, released in 2017. Former police officer Annibal Luna, sentenced to life imprisonment, has been on parole since September 2017 after serving a period of temporary release for two years.

Former Army Sergeant Gregorio Ríos, Yabran’s chief of security, was Punishment for life imprisonment as abetment to murder, He benefited from parole on the 20th anniversary of his detention.

Camaratta, responsible for “supervising” Cabeza during his stay in Pinamar, died in 2015 in Dolores prison.

The request of the society "do not forget about Hades" after the crime of the photographer.

The request of the society “do not forget about Hades” after the crime of the photographer.

The group of thieves, identified as “La Banda de los Horneros”, composed of Sergio González, José Luis Augé, Horacio Braga and Hector Retana, received a life sentence at the first trial, although they were later sentenced. Referred to as the “2×1” deduction for law enforcement.

Alfredo Yabran, surrounded by police, shot himself in his room in Entre Rios. May 20, 1998 in the cramped space of a bathroom, he broke his head, His death was opaque, let alone, removed from the favor of presidents, legislators, ecclesiastical power and the fortifications of his patrons.

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