The prosecutor's office in the Dominican Republic has several shootings on David Ortiz yesterday New suspects are investigating Case, including the man they say he plans to pay for the killers who shot Ortiz on June 9 in the Dial Bar and Lounge. Court documents obtained from Boston Globe claim Alberto Miguel Rodríguez Mota had planned to pay the killers $ 7,800. and that Gabriel Alexánder Pérez Vizcaíno was the link between Mota and the people who shot Ortiz.
Mota was charged with attempted murder in absentia because he was not arrested. Pérez was tried in court on Monday. The prosecution said he and Mota met in a bar in Santo Domingo a week before the shootings to plan the job. Mota and Pérez were allegedly introduced by Jose Eduardo Ciprian, who was in jail for another case at that time. Ciprian is charged with apparently sending a photo of the target to Mota.
It's not yet clear if the assassins tried to kill Ortiz or anyone else, like Ortiz's gunman Rolfi Ferreras Cruz, claiming he was following somebody else, and the authorities have no idea who the mastermind is was behind the plot. They identified Carlos Rafael Álvarez, Oliver Moises Mirabel Acosta, Luis Alfredo Rivas Clase, Maria Fernanda Villasmil Manzanilla and Marcos Diaz as further suspects implicated in the case.
Pérez is said to have received a golden iPhone on the day of the shooting, depicting "the person who wanted to liquidate her". He met with the squad at a gas station near the bar and showed them the photos before selling them later. The phone cost $ 180 to hide evidence of the crime from the police.
Orti's wife Tiffany today released a statement on her husband's condition that has been upgraded to "good".