Bruno Pacheco: The lawyer confirms that the former government secretary will not surrender himself to justice

Bruno Pacheco: The lawyer confirms that the former government secretary will not surrender himself to justice

Bruno Pacheco It will not be handed over to the authorities. Advocate for the former government secretary, William Paco Castilloasserting that his representative does not accept an “inconsistent verdict” and defended that it remains the same as it was not there yet The judiciary will decide 36 months of pretrial detention for his client.

“Whether he will turn himself in or not (…) he is confident that the criminal chamber, where our appeal will go, is more objective and valuable that the investigation is inconsistent in anything and therefore he can get a simple appearance .. why would they want to imprison him for three years and investigate him?

defend Bruno Pacheco insist that prosecution He made “false arguments” against the former Secretary of the Government Palace. As mentioned by businesswoman Carlem Lopez.

“It is an inconsistent ruling by a judge, but this decision makes the same false arguments as the Attorney General’s office and gives credence to an effective collaborator in another case such as Carlem LopezAlso, talk about an effective collaborator who says nothing against him Bruno Pacheco“, He said Paco Castillo.

The judiciary issued 36 months of pretrial detention for Bruno Pacheco

This Tuesday’s second preliminary examination court ordered 36 months of preventive detention against the former Secretary General of the Government Palace, Bruno Pachecofor the alleged crime of aggravated complicity in a criminal organization in the Provías-Puente Tarata case.

This measure also reaches Victor Valdivia Malparteda, former director of Provías; The official of this entity is Edgar Vargas Mas; businessmen Zamir Villaverde Garcia and Luis Carlos Passapira Adrianzin; and detectives Fray Vasquez Castillo and Gian Marco Castillo Gomez, nephews of President Pedro Castillo.

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The pretrial detention imposed on interrogators is calculated for a period of 36 months from the date of their arrest.

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