The prosecutor's office is investigating Medina for allegedly integrating a criminal network led by President Pedro Castillo. The hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m.
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Judge Johnny Gómez Balboa, of the Third Preparatory Investigation Court, evaluates this Wednesday the 24th, starting at 10 in the morning, the prosecutor's request for 36 months of preventive detention against the mayor of Anguía, José Nenil Medina Guerrero, investigated, together with Yenifer Paredes, sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo, for alleged criminal organization and money laundering.< /p>
Medina, identified as a member of an alleged criminal organization that would be led by President Pedro Castillo, is serving a preliminary arrest for the same case since he was captured by the police on August 9 in Cercado de Lima.
The investigation against him is in charge of the Special Team of Prosecutors against the Corruption of Power, which this Wednesday will support his request for preventive detention.
The 31-year-old mayor is pointed out by the effective collaborator Bruno Pacheco, former secretary general of the Presidential Office, of acting as Pedro Castillo's “cashier.”
According to Pacheco, Medina is one of the operators of the alleged criminal organization headed by the head of state to obtain illicit profits through public tenders.
The request for preventive detention against Medina, to which El Comercio had access, also indicates that he would be part of a “shadow cabinet” that operated in the Government Palace.
The same document includes the version of an effective collaborator who affirms that Medina was a very trusted man of the president.
< b>Watch the preventive detention hearing for Yenifer Paredes here:
In his In this Tuesday's video column, Fernando Vivas analyzes the situation of Yenifer Paredes, who, during the search of her house in Cajamarca, was found to have 14 stamps of presidents and lieutenant governors of various communities and of a justice of the peace from Anguí a.