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Sharapova Wins and Moves on at Roland Garros

Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova moves forward at Roland Garros after defeating the Estonian rival Kaia Kanepi 6-2, 6-3, in 74 minutes. If the Russian reaches the end, it would catapult her into first place in the world rankings. If she wins the tournament, she will add the...
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Tapia Must Spend 3 Years in Prison for the 30S Case

The former head of the legislative guard, Colonel Rolando Tapia, must remain in prison for another year and five months, as ruled by the National Court of Justice (NCJ) yesterday after they rejected his appeal. Yesterday, criminal judges, Merck Benavides, Johnny Aylluardo, and...

30-S: Government Asks To Stop The Suspension of Judges

Renato Vasquez, Second President of the Court of Criminal Guarantees handed down the sentence against former legislative chief of the escort, Rolando Tapia, and rejected the decision of the Judicial Council (JC), which suspended him for three months. This 90-day suspension was...

30-S: Colonel Tapia was Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

The Ecuadorian Second Court of Criminal Appeals has condemned Coronel Rolando Tapia, former head of the legislative escort, to three years in prison by acting against the state security last September 30th (30-S), of 2010. Tapia received the sentence in the early hours of last...

30-S: Colonel Tapia and Five Police Members Were Plead Guilty

Early today, Coronel Rolando Tapia, former head of the Legislative Escort, and five policemen, Francisco Noboa, Patricio Simancas, Marco Tibán, Mario Flores, and Carlos Tasinchana, were plead guilty by  the Second Penal Tribunal of Pichincha of violating the internal state...

Tapia’s 30-S Hearing Was Declared Reserved by Judge

This morning, judge Renato Vasquez declared reserved the adjudication hearing against police colonel, Rolando Tapia, and five other former members of the legislative guard accused of alleged assault on public safety. The decision came after PAIS militants entered the auditorium...