Judge Óscar Corozo called Walter A., aka Guacho, and five others for trial for his alleged involvement in the crimes of organized crime and terrorism on the northern border.
Basedon the elements of conviction presented by the prosecutor Wilson Toainga,coordinator of the National Specialized Investigation Unit against TransnationalOrganized Crime (UNIDOT), the accusatory ruling was presented against Walter A.(aka Guacho), Tomás S. (aka Guaraña), John C. (aka shadow), Geovanny P. (akaAmarillo), Carlos C. (aka la Gringa) and Antonio C. (aka el Rápido), at thetrial evaluation and high school developed in three different days.
While Daniel M., José P. (aka Tuca), Robinson C., Wilmer Q. (alias Curandero), Aris C., (aka Cholo), Sponsorship C. (aka Cuco), James C., Devour R (aka Coca), Ruven J., Jairo A., (aka Don Pila), Wainer V (aka Weiner), Fredis M. (aka Fredi), Lino R. (aka Julio), Rito R. (aka lanchero ), Darwin S. (alias Darwin) and Rojeres M. (aka Rojeres), have an appeal for trial for their alleged involvement in organized crime.
For hispart, Corozo dismissed in favor of Jimmy Ch., Miguel C., Wilmer A., Emerson G.,and Aida T., which was appealed orally by the Prosecutor’s Office. The crimesof organized crime and terrorism are typified in articles 369 and 366 of theOrganic Penal Code (COIP). (I)