Summary of Historias Innecesarias: La VERDADERA historia de EL ANGEL (Robledo Puch)

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Robledo Puch was a Venezuelan criminal who was convicted of killing five people, including a 16-year-old girl, in 1971. He escaped from prison in 1973 and killed 11 people before being recaptured. He was released from prison in 2005 and has since written letters to the president, asking for forgiveness.

  • 00:00:00 Victor Robledo Puch was an unremarkable man until his son, Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch, was born in 1952. When Carlos was 5 years old, Robledo and his wife Aída moved to another house and Carlos began to rebel against his parents. In 1965, Carlos was registered at San Fernando's Industrial School and started to have problems in school. He was expelled in 1967 and sent to Don Orione School, where he continued to have problems. He was eventually registered at a different school, but his parents refused to send him there and he eventually dropped out. Robledo's parents believed that Carlos would be better off not attending school and instead learning a trade. Carlos eventually followed through with his promise and became a successful car mechanic.
  • 00:05:00 This YouTube video tells the story of Carlitos Robledo Puch, a young man who was convicted of theft and robbery in 1970. Robledo's parents kept his criminal history a secret from him, hoping that Cervantes Institute would be his salvation, but he eventually met Jorge Antonio Ibañez and became partners in crime. Ibañez taught Carlitos how to use a shotgun and the two of them planned a string of heists together. However, their luck ran out when they were apprehended by police and were sent to jail. There, they were able to converse and form a relationship with one another, which ultimately led to their release.
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  • 00:15:00 This YouTube video tells the true story of Robledo Puch, a Venezuelan criminal who was convicted of killing five people, including a 16-year-old girl, in 1971. The video explains that Robledo and Ibañez's relationship deteriorated because Robledo didn't like Ibañez stealing a car by himself. Robledo eventually decided to become famous and started associating with TV stars, which caused tension with Ibañez. One night, while Robledo and Ibañez were driving, Ibañez saw Ana María Dinardo, a 23-year-old model, and decided to kidnap her. Ana fought back and was shot five times. Robledo and Ibañez drove her body to a nearby location and stole her money and a lighter. Ana's body was found the next day and police initially suspected her boyfriend or ex-boyfriend, but they never found either of them.
  • 00:20:00 This video tells the story of two criminals, Robledo Puch and Ibañez, who, in 1971, robbed a Tile Shop in San Isidro and killed a driver in a car accident. Two days later, they robbed a car dealership and killed the watchman. In 1972, they killed another watchman and took a 2-month vacation before robbing a car leadership again. Robledo was caught and killed, but Somoza was still able to commit more crimes.
  • 00:25:00 Carlos, a 20-year-old man, celebrates his birthday in freedom after spending 19 years in prison on a murder conviction. He and his friend, Hector, plan to rob a metalworking company and hardware store, but are caught by the night watchman Manuel Acevedo. Robledo kills Manuel and steals the money, but later murders his partner when he threatens to tell the police. The police torture and falsely accuse Robledo of the crimes, but he confesses and is sentenced to life in prison.
  • 00:30:00 In 1973, Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch escaped from prison after faking an asthma attack. He killed 11 people before being recaptured and tried for murder. Some experts think he may be insane and may never be captured.
  • 00:35:00 Carlos Robledo Puch was convicted of murdering a night watchman and spending over 40 years in prison before he was released in 2005. He is the Argentinian prisoner that spent more years behind bars than any other. He has since written letters to the president, explaining his story and asking for forgiveness.
  • 00:40:00 Robledo Puch, known as the "jackal, the angel's face killer," was recaptured after 23 years on the run. He has requested to be sent to a mission work location so that his life can have a meaningful purpose.
  • 00:45:00 In this video, the author shares his story of how he became a content creator on YouTube and how his subscribers have helped him grow. He also mentions how grateful he is to all of his subscribers. He shares a goodbye message and promises to return next Sunday.

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