Judge declines jurisdiction and another complaint against Camacho is transferred to Santa Cruz

Judge declines jurisdiction and another complaint against Camacho is transferred to Santa Cruz

January 9, 2023, 18:19 PM

January 9, 2023, 18:19 PM

Martín Camacho, lawyer for the governor of Santa Cruz, Luis Fernando Camacho, considers the determination made by the judge as a judicial achievement. The case and the file will be forwarded to the Santa Cruz Departmental Prosecutor’s Office where a new prosecutor will continue with the investigations.

The judge in charge of the case declined it, considering that the correct jurisdiction to investigate it is in Santa Cruz de la Sierra. The complaint filed against the governor alludes to a case of sexual abuse.

The facts dates back to 1987. At that time, both Camacho and the complainant were no more than ten years old.

For Martin Camacho, the determination of the judge from La Paz who received the case in the first instance, “is the correct one”.

This same afternoon, the governor was to give his preliminary statement for the same case. Nevertheless, the statement taking was suspended in the absence of representatives of the Ombudsman for Children and Adolescents.

With the change of jurisdiction in the case, the taking of statements will correspond to the Santa Cruz Prosecutor’s Office.

In conversation with DUTY; Camacho’s lawyer recalls that, in La Paz, there are still five processes against the governor. “It is likely that they will call him to testify for the various cases as a form of pressure and intimidation,” says the lawyer.

In Santa Cruz, the cases for the ‘decree’ and the purchase of the fire truck are maintained.

Camacho’s legal team met with the governor for several minutes in Chonchocoro, while they awaited the failed statement. Martín Camacho believes that the first departmental authority is “quite strong and firm” despite his health problems. In addition, he is accompanied by his eldest son.

Report access problems

Camacho’s lawyers denounce the difficulties they encounter in reaching the Chonchocoro prison. This morning, they took 45 minutes on a stretch of dirt that normally takes no more than 15 minutes. It is the link between Viacha and the prison.

Community members of the area have dug ditches on the road to interfere with traffic. “There are several trenches one meter deep. The removed earth is placed as a mound to reinforce the blockade”, comments the lawyer.

This day, they were forced to surround the area to access From behind to the penalty They hope that the competent authorities will act immediately to restore normal traffic.

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