Head of Costa Rica’s Top Crime Fighting Organization, Walter Espinoza, Dies Suddenly at 54

by J Pelkey
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Walter Espinoza, the director of the Organization of Judicial Investigations (OIJ) has died. He was just 54 years old.

The press director of OIJ, Maricel Rodriguez, issued the following statement:

“It is with profound sadness for our institution that I confirm the death of our General Director, Walter Espinoza.”

While the cause of death could not be confirmed, it is reported to be of “natural causes.”

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It is unknown if Espinoza was suffering from any particular illness or undergoing medical treatment at the time of his death. He passed away at St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Heredia on Wednesday night, November 2nd.

Espinoza was the leader of the powerful crime fighting body since 2015.

Google translation:

“Unfortunate news the death of Don Walter Espinoza, precisely today we coordinate with him and his team joint actions to confront organized crime. On behalf of the entire @forcepublicaCR our deepest condolences to @oij_Organismo family and friends”

According to a twitter user, he died of a heart attack attributed to the covid vaccine.

The posts read (Google translation):

“Yes, that and other side effects (in some people), just like the disease, which leaves many consequences (in some people), including heart problems. My point is that it is irresponsible to claim that the death of X or Y person – cause of heart attack is because of the 💉.”

“Walter Espinoza dies of a heart attack and they attribute it to the vaccine, that is irresponsible,”

Another user replied:

Google translation:

“You can say that about an isolated case, but not in the midst of an increase in deaths that exceeds the average by 40%. And it’s not the disease. It’s the vaccine. If it was the disease, the increase would have been in 2020, and it was in 2021 when they started with the vaccines.”

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