Britain’s most-wanted foreign criminals revealed as police bid to flush out the killers in hiding

By Leon Watson
Updated: 19:35 BST, 27 September 2011
A football fan fell to his passing after being pushed over the side of a stand as brutality started at a derby coordinate in Peru.
Thugs flung 23-year-old Walter Oyarce over the edge amid Saturday’s amusement between Universitario what’s more, going by Alianza Lima.
The Estadio Great in Lima is famous as one of the world’s most risky stadiums.
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Hooligans: Film appeared on Peruvian TV appears the brutality
Fans had conflicted early on with revolt police in the stands some time recently the opening kick off.
But the brutality turned lethal at the point when the home side took a 2-1 lead late in the second half.

Out of nowhere, aggressors with suspected ties to Universitario’s ‘La Trinchera Norte’ ultras gathering bounced Mr Oyarce what’s more, other Alianza fans in their private box.

Video film appeared the fierceness of the attackers, who utilized fists, belts what’s more, anything else they could get their hands on to wallop their victims.

The beating proceeded until Oyarce was pushed over the railing what’s more, fell more than 30ft onto the concrete pavement.
According to Land Peru, he was found lying in a pool of blood what’s more, sticking to life, yet passed on on the way to a nearby hospital.
Dangerous game: Fans droning at the derby coordinate quickly some time recently the tragedy
Six suspects have been recognized by witnesses what’s more, video observation from the scene.
One of them – Gian Carlo Diaz – turned himself into police what’s more, was discharged after questioning.
David Sanchez Manrique, fingered as the man who pushed Oyarce to his death, fled the nation on the night of the kill on a Lima to Miami flight.
He is accepted to be stowing away some place in the U.S, it is reported.

Attorney General Jose Pelaez told Peru’s Channel N: ‘We could have an [international] capture warrant inside ten days.
‘If we are incapable to catch him, we’ll look for extradition.’

Peru’s government has requested the Estadio Great to close inconclusively what’s more, considered having the remaining diversions of the 2011 season played without fans.
Oyarce was covered this morning – three days some time recently what would have been his 24th birthday.

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