They accuse Evo and the 'Red Ponchos' of illegally transporting weapons to Peru

They accuse Evo and the ‘Red Ponchos’ of illegally transporting weapons to Peru

January 25, 2023, 9:44 AM

January 25, 2023, 9:44 AM

Evo Morales and the radical group ‘Ponchos Rojos’ are accused of the illegal entry of weapons into Peru. Politicians from the neighboring nation maintain that the head of the MAS, through social organizations, contributes to the increase in violence.

The president of the neighboring nation, Dina Boluarte, asked the Peruvian Prosecutor’s Office to investigate this issue promptly and in a timely manner. Only in Puno there is a report of 18 deaths after the second wave of protests.

We know unofficially that These lethal weapons, called ‘dum dum’, have entered the border of Peru and Boliviabrought by the Ponchos Rojos, that is why I say that the Prosecutor’s Office investigate objectively and quickly, so that we can all know the truth, I want to know the truth,” Boluarte said Tuesday.

At least half of the fatalities were impacted by bullets that appeared to be ‘dum dum’ style, which are devices known for their expansive effect When entering their target, therefore, they cause even greater damage than that produced by ordinary bullets.

The head of the Directorate Against Terrorism (Dircote), of the Peruvian National Police (PNP), Óscar Arriola, ruled on the complaint against this group (Red Ponchos). “There are investigations that are in progress, which cannot, at this time, (detail). But at any time, surely soon, it will be reported. Citizens have the right to be informed of what is really happening in our country (…) It is reserved”, he commented in dialogue with the press.

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