The promoter of the measure was the citizen Julio Jove Vilca, an Arequipa dedicated to sculpture, who in 2019 also asked for the freedom of the leader of Fuerza Popular Keiko Fujimori.
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On August 10, the Third Constitutional Court of Lima, in charge of Judge John Paredes Salas, declared an application for habeas corpus inadmissible who demanded the freedom of Yenifer Paredes, sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo.
As reported by El Comercio, the promoter of the measure was citizen Julio Jove Vilca, an Arequipeño dedicated to sculpture, who in 2019 also asked for the freedom of Popular Force leader Keiko Fujimori.
Pedro Castillo's sister-in-law surrendered to justice on Wednesday of last week, after spending more than 24 hours on the run following the 10-day preliminary detention order issued by the Judiciary.
This is the resolution of the Judiciary
On August 9, the representatives of the Public Ministry and the Police who are investigating Paredes for criminal organization, influence peddling and other crimes, went to the Government Palace, since -by police intelligence- it had been determined that the president's sister-in-law was in that place.
Yenifer Paredes turned herself in at the main office of the prosecutor's office in the Nation and was later transferred to the Diviac (Photo: El Comercio)
“The plaintiff requests the immediate release of the citizen Yennifer Paredes Navarro, who is deprived of his freedom, as well as the defendant is sanctioned with life imprisonment and the payment of one hundred million soles as compensation is made”, explained in the resolution.
The judge rejected the request by determining that the plaintiff did not specify the acts that the Attorney General of the Nation would have carried out and that they would be violating the individual freedom of the president's sister-in-law.
Read the full resolution here: