Guillermo Bermejo: today continues oral trial for alleged terrorism against the elected congressman of Peru Libre

Lima, June 4, 2021Updated on 06/04/2021 11:56 am

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The Second Transitional National Superior Criminal Chamber of the Superior Court against Organized Crime continues this Friday – from noon – with the oral trial of the congressman elected by Free Peru (PL), Guillermo Bermejo, whom the Prosecutor’s Office accuses of alleged terrorism for belonging to the terrorist organization Shining Path (SL). In this session, the court will receive and decide whether or not to admit the testimonial evidence that the defense will offer.

Follow here the details of the hearing:

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The prosecution requested for Guillermo Bermejo, 20 years in prison, the payment of a civil compensation of S / 100 thousand in favor of the State. In addition to the disqualification in the exercise of the position and an accessory sanction of 365 days fine.

In the last hearing, the support of the Public Ministry was pending, which announced the presentation of a request to appear with restrictions that it requested against Bermej in order to subject him to the process.

On that occasion, the court admitted eight witnesses presented by the national superior prosecutor Gino Quiroz.

They are the protected control CDT-2205 and the effective collaborators CDT-SA-1969, 1FPSPA-3022, 1FPSPA-3018 (or also 1FP-SP-3024 or 1FP-SP-3006) and Wilber Satalaya Apagueño. In addition to the protected witness TP-20112-03 and the witness Boby Villarroel Medina.

Prosecutor Quiroz considered that said testimonies were pertinent to prove the alleged affiliation of Bermejo Rojas to the ranks of the Shining Path terrorist group, as well as the trips that he would have made to the terrorist camps located in the Apurímac River Valley, Ene and Mantaro ( Vraem).

The statement of the effective police officer Max Anhuamán, offered by the Antiterrorism Procurator, Milko Ruiz, was also admitted.

The trial against Guillermo Bermejo, who will serve as a member of parliament from next July, began on May 18. This, by decision of the Supreme Court that annulled the ruling of a first trial that acquitted him of the charges and ordered that the current elected congressman of Peru Libre be tried again.



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