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Murder of ex-rugby player Martin Aramburu: a woman in police custody


A woman, suspected of having participated in the assassination of ex-rugby player Federico Martin Aramburu on Saturday in Paris, was arrested on Saturday at the end of the day and was still in police custody on Monday morning March 21, a-t -we learned from a source close to the investigation.

The 24-year-old was said to have been driving the car when two other suspects allegedly shot the former Argentina international on a boulevard at 6and district, around 6 a.m., according to the same source.

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The other two individuals were still wanted on Monday morning, a source familiar with the matter told AFP.

Federico Martin Aramburu, ex-Argentine rugby international, was shot dead at the age of 42 in Paris on Saturday at dawn, after an altercation in a bar in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

After a “dispute” between two groups of people at Le Mabillon bar, the groups were separated by bouncers, according to a police source, but the suspects “came back shortly afterwards with a vehicle and fired shots”.

Two other suspects

“Multiple effects” bullets were found on the spot, added a source close to the investigation and the sportsman died on the spot as a result of his injuries.

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According to the first elements, two men would have fired shots. The main suspect is a far-right activist. The woman driving the vehicle was also among the wanted suspects.

The prosecution has opened an investigation for assassination, entrusted to the criminal brigade.

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Federico Martin Aramburu, born in 1980, former center or winger for Biarritz (2004-2006), Perpignan (2006-2008) or Dax (2008-2010), had 22 selections with Argentina.

Since retiring from sport, he still lived in Biarritz and worked for a tourism company.



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