The Public Ministry argued that there is a risk that both suspects could escape and obstruct the investigations, particularly due to their links with the president and with the political power of the alleged criminal organization within the Executive. For this reason, they considered his preventive detention necessary.
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Yenifer Paredes is being investigated for the alleged crimes of money laundering and criminal organization./
This Sunday, August 28 at 4:00 p.m., Judge Johnny Gómez Balboa, of the Third Preparatory Investigation Court, will announce his decision on the prosecutor's request for 36 months of preventive detention for Yenifer Paredes, sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo, and José Nenil Medina, mayor of the Chotano district of Anguía, in Cajamarca.
The Special Team of Prosecutors Against Corruption in Power investigates Yenifer Paredes and José Nenil Medina as alleged members of a criminal network within the Ministry of Housing, which would be led by Pedro Castillo. The president's sister-in-law is attributed the role of 'lobbyist'; and to the mayor of Anguía, the operator.
The Public Ministry argued that there is a risk that both investigated will escape and obstruct the investigations, in particular for his links with the president and with the political power of the alleged criminal organization within the Executive. For this reason, they considered his preventive detention necessary.
To support all this, documentation of the bids, bank deposit reports, findings during raids, flight reports, statements by witnesses and those investigated, intelligence reports, etc.
For its part, the defense of both investigated rejected all investigations and assured that both Yenifer Paredes and José Nenil Medina are willing to collaborate with the tax investigations.