Antauro Humala: Vladimir Cerrón affirms that “he should never have had an unjust sentence of that nature”

Antauro Humala: Vladimir Cerrón affirms that “he should never have had an unjust sentence of that nature”

The former regional governor of Junín described the 19-year prison sentence handed down to the brother of former president Ollanta Humala.

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Antauro Humala: Vladimir Cerrón affirms that “he should never have had an unjust-sentence of that nature”

Vladimir Cerrón referred to the forthcoming release of Antauro Humala. (Photo: GEC)/

The former regional governor of Junín, Vladimir Cerrón, greeted the upcoming release of the ethnocacerista leader Antauro Humala, after serving his sentence for redemption of sentence for work and education.

Through his Twitter account, he described as “unjust sentence” the sentence of 19 years in prison that was handed down to the brother of the former president Ollanta Humala and said that “it should never have had that nature”.

“We greet release of Antauro Humala after a prolonged prison sentence, an unjust sentence that should never have had that nature”, he wrote on the social network.

As recalled, Humala Tasso will be released after serving his sentence for redemption of sentence for work and education, the National Penitentiary Institute (INPE) reported this Friday.

Through a statement, he indicated that the decision is based on Law 28760, according to which the cases of people sentenced for the crime of kidnapping (a crime with a more serious penalty in the case of Humala), the redemption calculation must be applied. of 7 days of work or education for 1 day of freedom.

Furthermore, according to said resolution, Antauro Humala has worked and studied for his stay, 3667 days, which has allowed him to redeem his sentence in 1 year and 7 months.

“ We must remember that inmate Humala Tasso has previously submitted said request up to three times; however, the prison authority decided not to grant him said benefit because he did not comply, at that time, with the corresponding term”, he stressed.

Antauro Humala was sentenced to 19 years in prison for the crimes of simple homicide, kidnapping, aggravated damage, theft or seizure of a firearm, and rebellion, a sentence that he has been serving since January 3, 2005, which to date has purged 17 years, 7 months and 14 days.