Before the Special Team of prosecutors led by the superior prosecutor Marita Barreto, an informant warned of the plans to take the fugitive abroad this week former Minister of Transport and Communications of Pedro Castillo.
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Juan Silva has been a fugitive from justice since the beginning of June of this year. (Photo: Congreso)/
An effective collaborator of the Special Team of Prosecutors against corruption led by the superior prosecutor Marita Barreto has confirmed that the former minister of Transport and Communications, Juan Silva, is in the country. However, he warned that there is a plan for him to be taken abroad this week, according to El Comercio sources linked to the investigation.
The informant indicated that, just as they wanted to do with the former secretary of the Government Palace, Bruno Pacheco, what is intended is that Silva, who has been a fugitive from justice since the beginning of June, continues to be untraceable for the authorities.
The effective collaborator mentioned that Pacheco was offered to take him out of the country, but finally the latter did not accept for fear of an attempt on his life and preferred to surrender and collaborate with prosecutor Barreto's team by providing information on acts of corruption that compromise the government of Pedro Castillo.
Once made available to the prosecution, Pacheco said that it was Beder Camacho, current deputy secretary general of the Government Palace, who initially helped him evade the arrest warrant against him for the Puente Tarata case at the end of March. The collaborator does not rule out that the fugitive former Minister of Transportation is receiving similar aid.
“What is wanted is to get Silva out as soon as possible and take him to an unknown whereabouts. Supposedly, they want to make him believe that they are helping him,” warned the informant.