Judgement against Fidel Araujo was ratified

Last Thursday, the Criminal Division of the Court of Pichincha dismissed the appeal and annulment resources filed by Fidel Araujo, a retired Army major, and ratified the sentence of three years in prison for allegedly having incited a rebellion on September 30, 2010, during the...
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Fidel Araujo hopes to appeal sentence

The legal advocates of the Major (of passive service) Fidel Araujo, who was convicted for the crime of incitement to rebellion of the security forces, expect the notification of the judgment to appeal the ruling. The attornet of the former military, Reinaldo Zambrano, said...
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Fidel Araujo sanctioned for rebellion

By the  unanimous decision of the Fifth Criminal Court of Pichincha, Army Major, Fidel Araujo, was convicted for the crime of incitement to rebellion of public forces during the police uprising of September 30, 2010. Although in 2011, the Fourth Court found him not guilty, the...
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Fidel Araujo returns to court for the 30S revolt

Army Major Fidel Araujo, who was placed  in the vicinity of the Quito Regiment the day of the police uprising  and who was acquitted by the Fourth Criminal Court, returns to court today to face a new trial. The Second Criminal Chamber of the Court of Pichincha argued that the...

Araujo Has No Hard Feelings Towards Correa

After nearly six months in prison for allegedly inciting the police in September 30 incidents (30-S), retired Army Maj. Fidel Araujo, was acquitted. He stills remains in the Provisional Detention Centre (PDC) waiting for his release ballot to come. “The first thing I’ll do...

Fidel Araujo is Innocent of 30-S charges

Yesterday after 15 minutes of deliberations, the Penal Court of Pichincha declared the innocence of the Army Mayor Fidel Araujo. The decision was approved by the judge Gonzalo Morales, Patricio Calderon and Julio Almeida, in a hearing that lasted five hours. With this decision...

Araujo Is the First 30-S Prosecuted

Retired Army Major, Fidel Araujo is the first prosecuted for the September 30, 2010 (30-S) unrest in Ecuador. This way, Araujo became the first defendant that will go on a trial and if he is found guilty, he could remain in jail for two to five years and will be charge a fine of...