Yenifer Paredes: At 10 am, the request for preventive detention hearing will continue

Yenifer Paredes: At 10 am, the request for preventive detention hearing will continue

UPDATE 21:00

Judge Johnny Gómez decided to suspend the hearing until tomorrow, Wednesday, August 24, at 10:00 am to continue with the interventions and give the resolution after a five-minute recess. The sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo, , faces a requirement of 36 months of preventive detention. Since August 10, she has been serving a preliminary prison sentence as she is accused of being part of a criminal network entrenched in the upper echelons of power.


The Third Preparatory Investigation Court, in charge of Judge Johnny Gómez, declared inadmissible the annulment raised by the defense of the lawyer of the mayor of Anguía, José Medina. The preventive detention hearing continues against and others for the alleged crime of criminal organization.


In the framework of the preventive detention hearing against Yenifer Paredes and the mayor of Anguía José Medina, Judge Johnny Gómez gave a new recess to make a decision on the request of the legal defense of José Nenil Medina on an appeal for annulment.


The Judiciary resumes this Tuesday at 10:00 am the hearing in which the request of the Prosecutor’s Office will be evaluated so that the sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo be issued preventive detention for 36 months, who is being investigated for money laundering and criminal organization.

Last Sunday, Judge Johnny Gómez Balboa, of the Third Preparatory Investigation Court, decided to suspend the hearing after listening to the parties for almost two hours, which included a recess to analyze the defense’s request.

The request for preventive detention from the Public Ministry also reaches the mayor of Anguía, José Nenil Medina Guerrero. He and Paredes Navarro are investigated together with the brothers Hugo and Anggi Espino, for which they were preliminarily detained.

In said hearing, the Prosecutor’s Office revealed that during the search of the house of Yenifer Paredes in Anguía, Cajamarca, 14 stamps of presidents and lieutenant governors of various communities and of a justice of the peace of Anguía were found, in addition to documents on procedures for the preparation of technical files and works.

This Monday, ATV revealed that in said procedure a notebook was also found in which there are annotations with figures that reach up to 90,000 and that have the names of “Yenifer” Y “Lilia”.

As it is recalled, the fiscal hypothesis indicates that the first lady, Lilia Paredes, would have been the coordinator of a criminal organization headed by President Pedro Castillo to grant works fraudulently.


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