The entity requested INPE to initiate a “deep investigation” to determine alleged irregularities that occurred in the release of the ethnocacerist.
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The ethnocacerist Antauro Humala left released on Saturday, August 20 after accepting the figure of redemption of sentence. (Photo: Julio Reañofirstname.lastname@example.org)
The Ombudsman's Office warned this Friday that if it is proven that the ethnocacerist Antauro Humaladid not carry out activities to avail himself of prison benefits, the National Penitentiary Institute (INPE) must evaluate the annulment of the resolution that ordered his release.
In a statement, requested that institution to initiate a “deep investigation”< /i> to determine alleged irregularities that occurred in the release of Humala Taso, after it was revealed that the arguments spread by said body, referring to the fact that it would have carried out manual labor, would be false.
The request was made through a document addressed to the president of the National Penitentiary Council of INPE, Omar Méndez, in which the seriousness of the statements offered last Thursday by the ex-soldier to a media outlet is noted.< /p>
In said interview, the ethnocacerist reported that he never carried out any activity related to work or education during his period of imprisonment in different prisons, thus denying the versions offered to Parliament by the head of the INPE .
Indeed, during his presentation before the Congressional Justice Commission, Méndez specified that Humala Tasso developed various tasks that included projects with a well-known animated child figure, as well as other manual works.
However, in The interview with the retired Army major denies these versions, pointing out that he only dedicated himself to the publication of his books, hinting at an alleged adulteration of the payroll that would have served as support for the granting of freedom.
“This situation is worrisome, since from the review of the penitentiary benefit file of the sentence served with redemption for work and study, it is noted that there are two education and work plans that accredit the activities carried out by Mr. Humala. However, in the aforementioned interview he categorically affirms that he has never done handicraft work, painting, among others”, says the document signed by the head of the Criminal and Penitentiary Affairs Program of the Ombudsman's Office, Carlos Fernández.
In the document, Fernández requested that the investigation initiated by INPE make it possible to clarify the facts denounced , in order to identify and punish the people who would have acted irregularly in the freedom granted to Humala on August 17, without prejudice to the criminal actions that the prosecution could initiate .
“Furthermore, it specified that, if it is confirmed that former prisoner Humala failed to carry out work or studies effectively, as He himself indicated it in the interview, it would be up to INPE to evaluate the ex officio declaration of nullity of the directorial resolution through which it was ordered his freedom, under the provisions of the Single Ordered Text of the Law of General Administrative Procedure, Law No. 27444″, sentenced.