Issac Humalafather of Antauro Humala, revealed that he met with the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, one day before the release of the ethnocacerist, who was imprisoned for more than 17 years for the ‘Andahuaylazo’.
In dialogue with Epicentro TV, he pointed out that an emissary of the president summoned him to the Government Palace on Friday, August 19, and that Castillo Terrones even sent him a greeting for his son.
“Well yes (I met with Pedro Castillo). I think the day before they invited me, I went. Ten minutes, a greeting, when we said goodbye he told me: greetings to Antauro. I didn’t request it, already thinking I say: ‘he has done something supporting the exit, but it could be, it’s symbolic’. I had not requested, there was no specific point to deal with “he expressed.
“The president does not call me, but a person looks for me, makes an appointment with me, tells me to go to the Palace, so I went”he added Issac Humalawho explained that there was no item on the agenda at the meeting at the headquarters of the Executive Branch.
“We did not touch that point (the release of Antauro Humala), I simply listened to him, greeted him, had the pleasure of meeting him and asked him if he read my article and I realized that he did not. I thought you read me”he asserted.
“[¿Para qué lo invitó Pedro Castillo?] Probably to say hello [para Antauro]”sentenced the patriarch of the Humala.
As recalled, the National Penitentiary Institute (INPE) reported that the prisoner convicted of the crimes of simple homicide, kidnapping and others related to the ‘Andahuaylazo’ of 2005 served his sentence under the figure of penalty redemption.
Antauro Humala, originally sentenced to 19 years in prison for taking over a police station in the city of Andahuaylas, has served as of the date of the INPE statement 17 years, 7 months and 14 days.
For the prison authority, the prisoner according to Law 28760 achieves his freedom because the “computation of redemption of 7 days of work or education for 1 day of freedom” It can be applied for sentenced for kidnapping.
In total, it was estimated that Humala Tasso fulfilled 3,667 days of work and studywhich is equivalent to a sentence redemption of 1 year and 7 months.