Who killed Federico Aramburu Argentina Rugby player?

According to AFP, A woman suspected of taking part in the killing of the former Argentina rugby international Federico Aramburu was being questioned by police Monday after being arrested late Saturday, a source close to the inquiry said.

Aramburu, 42, was killed in a drive-by shooting following a dispute in a bar. This heinous crime and his death have left his family and friends and beyond all, the world of rugby, stunned. Police are investigating three suspects, one of whom is a far-right activist. “Several bullet marks” were found on the spot Aramburu died at the scene as a result of his injuries.

Paris police confirmed to Reuters there had been a heated argument in a bar in Paris’s 6th arrondissement, on the Left Bank of the river Seine. The rowing parties separated before the assailants returned in a car and opened fire, a police spokesman said.

Aramburu was a back who won 22 Argentina caps and played in the 2007 World Cup in France, scoring a try as the Pumas beat the hosts in the third-place playoff.

He was born in La Plata, and primarily played as a wing but could also play centre for Glasgow Warriors in the Pro12 and for the Argentina. In joining the Glasgow squad in the summer of 2010 he joined his fellow Argentine internationalist Bernardo Stortoni who was the first choice full back at the club. Since his international debut in April 2004, in a match against Chile, Martín Aramburú has played 22 times, (17 starts and 5 appearances from the bench) scoring eight tries, including one against Georgia in the 2007 World Cup.

Glasgow Warrior tweeted on his death ‘We are shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden and tragic death of Warrior #185, Federico Aramburu. The embodiment of a true Warrior and much-loved by all, the thoughts of everyone past and present at the club, are with his family at this immensely difficult time’

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