Eduardo Carlizzo, Chilean lawyer, on the Byron Castillo case: We cannot accept proof of a crime | football | Sports
Eduardo Carlizzo, ANFP’s Chilean lawyer, insists that there are documents proving there are irregularities in the nationality of Byron Castillo and, therefore, hopes that Ecuador will receive “the harshest” punishment from FIFA, since it cannot, according to its standards, verify the authenticity of a crime.
“Chilean football was clearly a serious offense committed by the player (Byron Castillo). We have no doubts, with the documents we have, [de] He is Colombian. “We have a story that has a beginning, a middle and an end,” the lawyer told the radio. DNA.
“I am sure [de] That FIFA has the knowledge and the need to speed this up very quickly. “This week, we expect a demonstration (the body’s statements),” he added.
Carlitzu noted that there is a “chain of events” that ends with “the epicenter of document fraud in Ecuadorean football; from there many forgeries began.”
“The Civil Registry of Ecuador declares in a legal ruling, which we have and sent to FIFA, that the certificate of Castillo’s departure does not exist; it indicated that if it is not there it is a mistake.
The Brazilian stressed that there should be no “flaw” on the part of Chile in the event of a positive statement about its aspirations to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar through administrative means.
“We have a direct interest and we are very transparent. Chile is the main interested party, and there is nothing wrong with that. They should be ashamed to put a player with a fraudulent document.”
Carlizo expressed that there was a “technical basis” for removing the tricolor from the World Cup event, and estimated that there should be a “harsh” punishment by FIFA for Ecuador.
We cannot verify that the Federation accepts the crime. The lawyer concluded that they deserved the harshest punishment from FIFA. (Dr)