Shortly after they were added to the file of the fiscal investigation investigating the kidnapping of Fernando Balda, dozens of documents declassified by the National Secretariat of Intelligence (Senain), the private prosecutor presented documents that would reveal that in 2016 Ecuadorian intelligence He was quoting legal services in Colombia to defend the agents Raúl Chicaiza and Diana Falcón, both of whom were prosecuted in this case.
The document signed by Alejandro Mejía, partner of the Mejía + Quintero Abogados, Colombia, is a response to requested information on the legal status of the two agents, for the formulation of recommendations and a proposal for professional services.
The letter is addressed on February 17, 2016 to Xavier Redrován, legal secretary of the Senain, who has also already rendered his version in the process opened in Ecuador.
The dozens of pages of documents declassified by the Senain, integrated this week to the process in Ecuador, correspond to the Wilson operation, which sought to bring the politician Fernando Balda from Colombia to Ecuador, and to the Guayacán operation. Just the price of services presented by Balda would be part of the latter.
The legal study speaks in the document that gives the findings that made the sentence to the four Colombians who participated in the kidnapping of Balda in Bogota, on August 13, 2012. In addition, explains that Chicaiza and Falcon were linked to that process as indictees (preliminary investigation). (I)