Jujuy: They reopened the lawsuit against Milagro Sala for destroying the file

Jujuy: They reopened the lawsuit against Milagro Sala for destroying the file

Jujuy: They reopened the lawsuit against Milagro Sala for destroying the file

He is accused of instigating a robbery in the “Azzopardo shooting” case, in which he was acquitted after the reconstruction of the pages; The process will resume with a new prosecutor and after a two and a half week suspension

Chamber, via video conference from his home, on the first day of the trial, August 18
Chamber, via video conference from his home, on the first day of the trial, August 18

Milagro Sala will be on the bench tomorrow At an oral trial in which he is charged with incitement The theft and destruction of case materials known as Shooting Azopardo, where the leader of Tupac Amaru was tried for his alleged responsibility in a shooting in which a girl was injured. After the reconstruction of the papers, Sala was acquitted. After a two-and-a-half-week break and a change of prosecutor, the hearings will resume at 08:30 in the Veles Sarsfield Hall of the San Salvador de Jujuy Court.

The trial began on August 18 and only the first hearing was held, which Sala followed by video conference from his home in the Kuyaia district, where he is serving house arrest for crimes such as illegal association and fraud. Along with him, he is accused of stealing a lawyer and destroying the case Alberto Bellido (former letter from the Tupac Amaru Organization) and Court Clerk Mark Daniel Romero.

Two witnesses testified on the first day of the trial. Second, a court employee George RuizHe denounced that he was being pressured by the prosecutor’s office to harm Belido.

The second day was scheduled for August 22, but the case was suspended by the prosecutor Dario Osinaga Gallacher, submitted a sick leave. Three days later a hearing was held, but it was limited to a formal opening and was later suspended due to the illness of one of the court’s judges. Mario Ramon Puig. The trial will resume this Monday in Zhuzhou with Puig as the magistrate, but with a new prosecutor in charge. Diego Fanez.

He is likely to testify as a witness David Alejandro “Pilo” Mancilla, a former member of the Tupac Amaru organization who has already testified against Milagro Sala in other trials. His testimony is raising expectations in the provincial justice system, and one of the defendants, Bellido, requested to be confronted on the first day of the hearing.

Source: La Nacion

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