It will take a little longer before the case of former Callejeros drummer Eduardo Vázquez, who's currently on trial for murdering his wife Wanda Taddei, can be closed.
The judge currently leading the court case investigating Vásquez, put the murder trial on hold today after meeting with judges to decide proceedings.
Eduardo's wife Wanda Taddei died February 21, 2010 at the Instituto del quemado after much of her body was severely burned.
According to the former Callejeros drummer, his wife's death was due to an accident at home. Eduardo said it all began with an argument. After handling a bottle of alcohol and because of the fight tension, he lit a cigarette and ended with flames on his hands and arms.
Consequently his wife tried to help him and finished with 50% of her body burned because she also had alcohol in her clothes.
Three judges have met to discuss the renewed request put forward by Vásquez’s defence lawyer, Eduardo Guarna on deciding how the case will be treated.
Eduardo Guarna, who took his place as Eduardo's defence lawyer following the death of his predecessor, Martín Gutiérrez, made it clear that the debate begun in February need be annulled "due to the lack of recorded videos and audios of the testimonies."
Last month, Eduardo's former defence lawyer Martín Gutiérrez, died of a cardiac arrest.
Martin was also the defense attorney for Eduardo's band Callejeros in the judicial process that investigated the responsibilities in the fire of December 30, 2004 that killed 194 people.