The legal defense of the colonel Harvey Colchado filed an amparo suit against the President of the Republic, peter castleand other authorities of the Executive and the Police to demand that the process that has been initiated against him in the General Police Inspectorate cease.
According to the document to which El Comercio had access, the constitutional claim was filed by the legal defense of Colchado, Luciano López, and also reaches the Minister of the Interior, Willy Huerta.
The process will be evaluated by the Third Constitutional Court of Lima and is also filed against the General Police Inspectorate in charge of Segundo Mejía Montenegro; the Directorate of Investigation of the Inspectorate in charge of Carlos Tuse Lloclla; and the Disciplinary Office 10 in charge of Colonel Carlos Morán.
The Disciplinary Office 21, the General Directorate of Digimin, and the attorneys’ offices of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and the Ministry of the Interior have also been implicated.
Harvey Colchado’s amparo lawsuit requests that the Judiciary rule so that “the threat” of violation of his rights ceases.
In that sense, asks that Pedro Castillo be ordered to refrain from continuing with acts of intimidation against him in the form of administrative complaints such as the one filed with the Inspectorate.
“Order the President of the Republic, José Pedro Castillo Terrones, to refrain from intimidating the appellant through the formulation of complaints before the General Inspectorate of the National Police, as a consequence of acts carried out in the exercise of my functions in the positions and functions that I currently carry out in my career as an officer of the National Police of Peru”indicates the document presented this Friday, September 6.