‘Pollo Carvajal’ remained silent before the Supreme Court of Justice in the process against Petro

Around 2:00 in the morning Colombian time and 9:00 in the morning in Spain, the procedure was carried out in which the Justice of the Supreme Court of Justice, Cristina Lombana, would listen to former Venezuelan general Hugo ‘El Pollo Carvajal’in the process that is being carried out against the presidential candidate Gustavo Petro for financing his political campaigns from the neighboring country.

The diligence did not last long because according to sources of the process, Carvajal reserved his right to remain silent and did not answer any of the questions. that would be key for the Supreme Court of Justice in that investigation.

Apparently, Carvajal’s reason was that he was in an extradition process with the United States, allegedly they had taken him by force to the place of the stagecoach and that he did not trust the Spanish or Colombian authorities.

In the diligence was also the former magistrate Julio César Ortíz, who represents in this process the presidential candidate and former mayor of Bogotá, Gustavo Petro.

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‘El pollo Carvajal’ revealed to the Spanish right-wing portal Ok Diario that Gustavo Petro had allegedly received financial support from the Venezuelan government to finance his political campaigns.

That’s the way it is, the Supreme Court did not obtain an answer on how much money the presidential candidate would have received, at what time that support would have been given and how those money transfers would have been made.

The diligence was carried out in the midst of an investigation that Gustavo Petro himself requested from the Supreme Court of Justice, in order to clarify said accusations.

In the midst of the revelations to the OK Diario portal, Carvajal assured that supposedly “The Venezuelan government has illegally financed leftist political movements in the world for at least 15 years.” when mentioning Nestor Kirchner in Argentina, Evo Morales in Bolivia and Lula Da Silva in Brazil.

“While I was director of military intelligence and counterintelligence in Venezuela, I received a lot of reports indicating that this international financing was happening. Concrete examples are Néstor Kirchner in Argentina, Evo Morales in Bolivia, Lula Da Silva in Brazil, Fernando Lugo in Paraguay, Ollanta Humala in Peru, Zelaya in Honduras, Gustavo Petro in Colombia, Five Star Movement in Italy and Podemos in Spain. All of these were reviewed as recipients of money sent by the Venezuelan Government”, is one of the sections of Carvajal’s statements to the Spanish portal

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