The ombudsman says Adon Caesars only asks for fruit and more time with his lawyers

The ombudsman, Pablo Ulloa, revealed that he had gone to the cell where Major General Adon Cesares, who plays a key role in the corruption case, was, and raised the need for him to spend more time with his lawyers. Vitamins for the problem. “

Ullo also said C போலீஸ்ceres was in the same cell as Fleet Guzmn, the police corporate donor involved in the case.

The ombudsman said the new prison model and the warden of the Najayo-Man Correctional and Rehabilitation Center had been granted the right to preside over former prison assistants “for the purpose of improvement.”

But Adon Caesar Sylvester’s defense attorneys responded to the ombudsman’s statements and said that instead of helping, they were harming their client.

In a statement, he called on Ullo not to “protect” his client as prosecutors appear to be ignoring a number of complaints regarding the violation of the accused’s rights.

Attorneys Francisco Alvarez, Christian Martinez and Romer Jimenez said the ombudsman’s statements were harmful to him, instead of helping his client as he appeared to support those responsible for violating the legal procedure against his client.

They noted that they had observed with great surprise and confusion his public participation and bizarre announcements regarding the recent complaints filed by Adon Caesar Sylvester before the Attorney General’s Office.

They advised the officer not to pursue anything related to Adon Caesar Sylvester, saying, “First, the law prevents him from doing so, and the nature of the motives that guided him cannot be guessed. Must act on the back of the complainant citizen and for the protection of the condemned state.

“You will notice that our complaints, through monopolies, deal with issues that fall only on the public ministry, and the penalties imposed on them, administrative and criminal, fortunately escape from their swift work.”

They stressed that everyone was aware of complaints of “gross violations of their rights to self-defense”.

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