The judicial resolution authorizes the search and seizure of the footage, videos and recordings of the security cameras at the entrances to the Presidential Residence and Palacio, and the extraction of a mirror copy, on August 8, 9 and 10
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Prosecutor Jorge García Juárez, from the Special Team of Prosecutors against the Corruption of Power, arrived this Friday at the Government Palace to seize the recordings from the security cameras as part of the case of Yenifer Paredes, sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo.
The judicial resolution, to which El Comercio had access, authorizes the search and seizure of the footage, videos and recordings from the security cameras at the entrances to the Presidential Residence and the Government Palace, and the extraction of a mirror copy, on August 8, 9 and 10.
Fiscalía había pedido esta incautación el 11/Ago, tras la frustrada detención de Yenifer Paredes en Palacio. Al día siguiente, un juez rechazó concederla. La 2da instancia finalmente autorizó el allanamiento en resolución que fue notificada recién ayer por la noche @Politica_ECpe
— Víctor Reyes Parra (@nekroRP) September 16, 2022
“You can mention that any type of unjustified delay is being recorded and recorded as acts of obstruction”Prosecutor Jorge García Juárez warned the security personnel at the Executive Power headquarters.
[16/09/22 4:59 p.m.] Equipo Especial de Fiscales contra la Corrupción del Poder y agentes de la PNP ingresaron a Palacio de Gobierno. Incautarían el sistema de grabación de las cámaras de seguridad. pic.twitter.com/Zimt6Sqy8o
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Read part of the court ruling here:
This is the resolution that authorizes the diligence
On August 17, the Information Analysis office of the Military House reported that the loss of information from three security cameras of Government Palace, dated the 9th of that month.
The report bears the signature of the head of the information analysis area, Lieutenant Colonel EP (commander) Arturo Manuel Mendoza López, who reports to the head of the Military Housethat last Monday the operator of the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras reported the loss of information from cameras 26 (Azotea/Av. Ancash and Av. Carabaya), 03 (Entrance to Homeless) and 55 (Salón Dorado ).
According to the report, camera 26 lost data from 6:03 p.m. to 6:05 p.m. Camera 03, from 9:22 p.m. at 9:27 p.m. and 55 lost “total information” and was only restored at 3:19 p.m. from last August 15th.
It should be noted that on August 9, the day of the intervention in the Palace for her capture, intelligence reports indicated the presence of Yenifer Paredes in the presidential residence, after arriving in Lima on a flight from Cajamarca. .
At 5:00 p.m., a team from the Public Ministry led by prosecutor Hans Aguirre and colonel PNP Harvey Colchado of the PNP Special Team, arrived at the Palace and entered through the Desamparados gate to proceed with the preliminary arrest procedure.
“However, once notified of the Judicial Resolution, various officials and members of the armed forces delayed the start of the procedure and delayed opening the door of the residence, only being able to enter by insistence at 18 hours :15 approx., more than an hour late and after conducting the home search of the residence in order to locate Yenifer Noelia Paredes Navarro”, is explained in the document.