Pedro Gomez was a popular soccer player who was murdered by a sniper while playing for his team in Spain. He was 39 years old. He had played for Real Madrid and had had a long career there.
For those of you unaware, Pedro Gomez was one of the players for Real Madrid who was killed in the infamous 2002 murder of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez. Gomez had been a fantastic player for Real Madrid, and the fact that he was gunned down by an assassin is just one more example of the level of dedication and skill required for a soccer player.
This was the second time in recent history that a soccer player has been murdered at the hands of a sniper. The first case was that of Michael Jackson, who was murdered by a deranged fan who shot him in a Las Vegas hotel room. At the time, it was one of the most notorious murders in the history of the sport, and to this day, there is still a lot of confusion about what happened.
This latest case appears to be different though. The sniper, who is believed to be a member of the same organization that killed Michael Jackson, is believed to have shot the soccer player dead with a.50 caliber or.357 caliber handgun. It’s not clear exactly who his target was, but it is known that he was a former player (not a current one, but one who played while he was alive).
The body is located in Argentina where, as a result of the shooting, the body was cremated. A family claims that his widow has filed for a civil suit against the family of the original shooter.
It’s believed that the original killer took the man’s credit card, but when the card was stolen, it wasn’t used to buy the $2,000 worth of drugs he was selling, so he got his last $2,000 back. This is what happens when criminals, criminals, and criminals get their hands on credit cards.
So, as far as I know, there is no evidence that the original shooter ever had anything to do with the death of the 3 other people. It is well known that the original shooter was very unstable. It’s also well known that he had a gun, but I also have no idea what his connection to the other 2 people is.
I just think that it is strange that the death of the 3 other people is not mentioned. It makes a lot of sense if the person who killed them was the shooter, but the fact that no one mentions it is strange.
I’m sure he killed the three people. I’m just not sure what to think about it. It’s like he was murdered by the same person (the original shooter) who killed the other 2 people.
Pedro Gomez is a friend of mine. I’ve run into him a few times at conventions and conventions in general. He’s a very weird guy and I’ve never gotten to really know him, but I still consider him a friend. I don’t know that I would have a problem with anybody killing him, but I do think it’s odd that you never even mention it. I think it’s just a little weird.