Jorge Heriberto Glas Viejo charged with the rape of a minor, attempted to enter the United States with a German passport, but was deported by the authorities of the State Department. The National Bar Association, whose representative, Pedro Granja, who leads the defense of the abused child, explained this.
Farm called a press conference for Tuesday March 5 in Guayaquil, where he showed the documentation that substantiates that Glas Viejo was deported. Additionally, the media gave copies of State Department documents that detail on why they rejected the entry and his subsequent deportation.
The consular notification Glas Viejo revealed that, when questioned, he said he came to the United States for vacations and applied for membership in the country for a niece. When questioned about the crime of rape, explained that he was not arrested, but detained and charged with rape and then was released.
According to Granja, Glas Viejo, father of the elected Vice President of Ecuador, Jorge Glas, was not deported to Ecuador because “judicial authorities handled his ballot ever red code with Interpol.”
According to reports from the media, citizens barred from entering the United States was put on a plane to Argentina, from where he came. There, they say, he lives with a daughter.