The medical expertise to the aspiring police officer complicates the taxi driver suspected of raping her

The case gained public notoriety on May 1 when it was learned that a young woman, aspiring to be a police officer, denounced the ‘trusted taxi driver’ who took her to the exit of a bowling alley for rape, although the accused, identified as Brian Morales (23 years old)stated that the relationship was consensual. One step in the investigation complicates Morales, since the forensic medical examination revealed that the complainant has lesions in the anus, in addition to seminal fluid both in that area and in the vulva.

Morales, who is also awaiting appointment as a police officer, took the alleged victim and another friend at 5:30 on Saturday, April 30. A sexual trio proposal resulted in the other young woman getting out of the vehicle.

The complainant stated when she presented her case in court that she continued because they already knew each other and that although there were consensual relationships at first, when she refused others, Morales violently subdued her. Later, in an interview with this newspaper denied any consent.

Among the points that his story was considered, is that police experts found his underwear and a chamois stained with blood in the area where he said the rape occurred, Huaco and Caseros. In the extension of the complaint, he affirmed that there was never real consent, but that he was afraid that he would hurt her if he refused.

Morales was arrested and on May 4 the judge of Guarantees Eugenio Barbera ordered that he spend two months in preventive detention and granted the Prosecutor’s Office 4 months to investigate. In that hearing, Morales assured that the sexual trio proposal was from the young woman, that there was consent throughout the relationship and that she threw her chamois and her underwear when they culminated the sexual act.

The injuries to the body and the semen tip the scales towards the complainant’s version. The next skills will seek to put together the puzzle of what happened.

But there is more, because Justice already has the images that shape the route of the vehicle -as described by the victim- and even identified the person who first saw the complainant after the event, a key witness who can give or not attested to the state of shock that the woman said she found when she got out of the car.


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