Owner of the Sarratea house denies that the fugitive Fray Vásquez Castillo has hidden in one of his buildings

Owner of the Sarratea house denies that the fugitive Fray Vásquez Castillo has hidden in one of his buildings

Businessman Alejandro Sánchez described the police operation carried out in the house days ago as “a show” and emphasized that he had received relatives there and friends.

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The owner of the Sarratea house denies that the fugitive Fray Vásquez Castillo has hidden in one of his properties

Alejandro Sánchez owns the house located at Passage Sarratea 179, where President Pedro Castillo unofficially dispatched. (Photo: Jorge Cerdán/@photo.gec)

Businessman Alejandro Sánchez, owner of a home in the Asia district raided by the National Police on July 16, denied that Fray Vásquez Castillo, nephew of the president Pedro Castillo, has hidden in the building.

In an interview with 'Panorama', he described the police operation carried out in the house days ago as “a show” and emphasized that in the same He has received a large number of relatives -including his mother and daughters- and friends.

“They haven't been. [Show] evidence […] This is a lie”, she indicated, pointing out that she is a victim of “ discrimination ”. He also said that he cannot reveal which people have visited him, for security reasons.

The Chotano businessman also accused General PNP, Óscar Arriola, head of the Directorate Against Terrorism (Dircote), of “infringing on his privacy”and to leak the audio of the conversation between the two to the press.

“If he had handed over to the entity in charge of conducting the investigations (the photos of the raid), I have no problem, but he does it for the press. He works for the state and does work for the press”, he expressed.

Sánchez Sánchez also said that he has received many people in the building, although he avoided answering whether President Pedro Castillo ever did so. He admitted that, Fray Vásquez Castillo was there before going into hiding .

“With what They can rightly say that my house is a den. [Has the president ever visited his house?] He has been visited by many people. He [Fray Vásquez] before going into hiding [has visited me]”, he limited.

It should be noted that, Alejandro Sánchez owns the house located at Passage Sarratea 179, where Castillo Terrones unofficially dispatched and used as a base during last year's election campaign.

According to the lobbyist Karelim López, Breña's house would have been the place where the negotiations of the criminal organization entrenched in the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) allegedly took place. ).