President Rafael Correa urged the prosecution to react and make a complaint in order to review the decision of the National Court of Justice (CNJ) which ratified the innocence of Mery Zamora.
In the National Address broadcast yesterday, Correa questioned that the judges argue to absolve Zamora, who was judged at first and second instance for inciting disruption of public services when the offense established is interrupting.
Zamora was initially sentenced to 8 years in prison for the crime of terrorism and sabotage by the events of September 30, 2010.
“The appeal judges do not deny that, but the judgment says that the offense is interrupting and inciting. If that was true they have the ability to correct the judgment or restore the trial to correct the error”.
Johnny Ayluardo, Ximena Vintimilla and Mariana Yumbay were the judges that unanimously decided the innocence of Zamora, on May 27.