The organizer of the 'Andahuaylazo', which left four policemen dead in 2005, leaves Ancón II thanks to the redemption figure.
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Antauro Humala accepted the figure of redemption of penalty. (Photo: Julio Reañofirstname.lastname@example.org)
Antauro Humala, one day after the National Penitentiary Institute (INPE), was released and left the Ancón II prison after serving more than 17 years and 7 months in prison for the crimes committed during the 'Andahuaylazo', which left four police officers dead.
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The INPE reported on August 19 that the inmate convicted of the crimes of simple homicide, kidnapping and others related to 'Andahuaylazo' from 2005 served his sentence under the figure of redemption of sentence
Antauro Humala , originally sentenced to 19 years in prison, served 17 years, 7 months and 14 days as of the date of the INPE statement.
After leaving prison, Antauro Humala addressed his supporters and gave a short speech. He said he was proud of what he did in the & # x27;Andahuaylazo & # x27; in the year 2005 | Photo: Julio Reañoemail@example.com
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For the authority prison, the prisoner according to Law 28760 achieves his freedom because the “redemption computation of 7 days of work or education for 1 day of freedom” can be applied to those sentenced for kidnapping.
In total, It was calculated that Humala Tasso completed 3,667 days of work and study, which is equivalent to serving a sentence of 1 year and 7 months.
The ethnocacerist Antauro Humala was released on Saturday, August 20 after accepting the figure of redemption of sentence. He was originally sentenced to 19 years in prison for the & # x27;Andahuaylazo& # x27; | Photo | Julio Reañofirstname.lastname@example.org
Antauro Humala was released amid the support of many of his supporters who received him outside the Ancón prison | Photo: Julio Reañoemail@example.com
Félix Chero defends release
The Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Félix Chero, referred to the release of the ethnocacerist Antauro Humala and remarked that “no one can oppose” and the law must be followed.
“He has complied with redeeming his sentence with work and education. Nobody can object because there is no such discretion to oppose”, he told RPP.
“The law is complied with and therefore freedom proceeds, regardless of whether the inmate's last name is Humala or of any other nature. His freedom corresponds to him and it is granted to him because it is a right that he has for the purpose of prison benefits ”, he added.