Katherine Gómez’s mother is hoping that Sergio Tarache will receive a life sentence after arriving in Peru. Tarache, who confessed to the murder of Katherine Gómez, has been extradited from Bogotá to Peru. He arrived at the Tarapoto airport on Tuesday afternoon and will be taken to Lima to face justice.
The National Police has called a press conference at the Police Aviation Directorate to provide updates on the case. The extradition process has been ongoing for nine months, and the Peruvian authorities have worked with the Colombian Foreign Ministry to ensure Tarache’s return to Peru.
Katherine Gómez’s mother has been advocating for the extradition and punishment of Tarache. She has expressed her desire for a life sentence for the murder of her daughter and has urged the Peruvian government to expedite the process.
The increase in femicides in Peru has become a cause for concern, with 170 victims recorded in 2023. The Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations has highlighted the urgent need for intervention to address this serious social problem.
The extradition of Tarache is a significant step in the pursuit of justice for Katherine Gómez and other victims of femicide in Peru. It is hoped that his trial will serve as a deterrent and send a strong message against violence towards women.
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