Former army commander, Luis Castro; the ex-commander of the GIR, Lenín Bolaños; and the former Minister of Security, Homero Arellano, are those summoned.
The prosecutor of Pichincha, Fabián Salazar, who investigates the death of policeman Froilán Jiménez, during the police uprising of September 30, 2010 (30-S), ordered the practice of 22 more proceedings.
Among the main ones are the versions that must be delivered next Monday, September 17 at 08:30, 10:00 and 14:00 the ex-commander of the Army, Luis Castro; the former commander of the Intervention and Rescue Group (GIR), Lenín Bolaños; and the former Security Coordinator, Homero Arellano, respectively.
The aforementioned must appear accompanied by their lawyers before the Pichincha Prosecutor’s Office. Castro will be consulted about the military operation that he directed on September 30 to take the former president of the Republic, Rafael Correa, from the police hospital in Quito.
In turn, Bolaños will explain his actions and dispositions as commander of the GIR to which Jiménez belonged; while Arellano will report on their actions. Within the proceedings arranged by the prosecutor Salazar, on Wednesday at 10:00 am they must appear at the Criminalistics
Unit for an identity check, the military Gilmar Acurio, Luis Dávila, Vicente N. and Wilson R. (against these last two Prosecutor’s Office has already filed charges for the alleged extrajudicial execution of Jiménez).
At the same time of this Wednesday there will be an ocular skill of the weapons that were used in the events of 30-S, in the Winery of the Group of Special Forces No. 25 of the Military Unit Patria, of Latacunga. Salazar also ordered that the Joint Command of the Armed Forces be formalized, certify who disposed and was at the head of the 30-S operation; if there was an order to attack those who revolted; the list of personnel in charge of the military Vicente N. and Wilson R.; and the reservation of several documents related to the case is lifted.
In other proceedings requests information about the rifle of Vicente N .; of another delivered to Wilson R., and that it would have been lost, as well as the rifle HK caliber 5.56 mm with number 26427. (I)