They reveal that Octavio Ocaña’s blood affected the ballistics test

In case of Octavio Ocana continues to give something to talk about, because now it came out that the sodium radizonate test performed on the actor came out negative, because the blood on his hands affected the test that would determine if he fired with the firearm, they did so to know sources close to the investigation.

It should be noted that the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Mexico has met on more than three occasions with Octavio’s family and lawyers since last November 5.

And it is that they have been shown the results of various expert reports on ballistics, chemistry, photography, criminology, mechanics of events and lessons, among others.

This is because the parents of the young actor from ‘Necinos’ and his lawyers are sure that he could not shoot himself as reported. The purpose of the sodium radizonate test is for the chemical expert to identify if a person fired a firearm.

However, on this occasion the study was negative and this occurred because Octavio Ocaña’s blood on his hands affected the detection of this substance that leaves an impact, which was present in his clothing and cap, sources close to the investigation.

Octavio Ocaña passed away

The expert hired by the Pérez Ocaña family will deliver an expert opinion to the Public Ministry of the Mexican Prosecutor’s Office, however, these private personnel will have to prove their credentials and certificates, as well as the scientific method used in each of their tests, to that this report be included in the investigation file on the death of the young man.

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Let us remember that on October 30, the 22-year-old actor died after a pursuit by municipal police officers from Cuautitlán Izcalli, who ordered the crew of a silver-colored Jeep truck, which was driven by Octavio Ocaña, who was accompanied by two friends.

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