The Judiciary dictates an impediment to leave the country for Pedro Castillo's nephew

Fugitive nephew of President Pedro Castillo victimized himself in a hearing for the Puente Tarata case

Fray Vásquez –one of the president’s nephews who is a fugitive – participated yesterday from hiding in the hearing convened by the prosecutor’s request for 36 months of preventive detention against him, while he is being investigated in the Tarata bridge case.

The very nephew of the ruler is not theresince March 28, when Judge Manuel Chuyo issued 10 days of preliminary detention against the 11 involved in the irregular adjudication of the work located in the San Martín region.

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Vásquez reappeared through a video call from the cell phone. Behind him a tree could be seen, he was in an open environment. The five minutes Judge Chuyo gave him of time he used to victimize himself.

“The media, since he won the presidency, they have taken it upon themselves to tell lies,” he said. A speech similar to the one used by his uncle when he is cornered by the acts of corruption in which he is involved.

“The fact of knowing Zamir Villaverde does not involve me in any of these acts that are imputed to me,” said Vásquez, referring to his relationship with the businessman who is also being investigated.

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He pointed out that he contacted Villaverde directly for the rental of vehicles, but did not elaborate on why he needed the mobile phones, since, previously, before the Control Commission of Congress, he indicated that he was dedicated to being a cook in a chicken shop.

The Ministry of the Interior offers a reward of S/15,000 for reporting on the whereabouts of Fray Vásquez and Gian Marco Castillo. For Pacheco the price is S / 30 thousand. Judge Chuyo will read this Tuesday the 12th his resolution that will define the preventive detention against 7 involved in the case.

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