“Names and evidence. I am a professional man who works with evidence and that final report is all that, “said expert Roberto Meza in relation to the third report of the murder case to the former head of the FAE, Jorge Gabela.
On the afternoon of this Tuesday, June 19, a press conference was held in Quito by the expert Meza on the Gabela case, where he also said that “General Gabela’s crime was not the product of common crime.” .
In relation to the intellectuals responsible for the “crime” of Gabela, the expert said that he does not know if “they are alive or if they are dead”, and said that he cannot give names “because the final report does not appear”.
The final report “had more than 130 pages, and the Ministry (of Justice) delivered 95 sheets without signature and without summits,” he added.
Meza also said that he did not have any support for the third report due to the reliability contract he made when he was hired to perform the case’s expertise.
“The contract in one of its clauses establishes that all the supporting material is the intellectual property of the Ministry of Justice. Therefore they stayed with all that information, “said the expert.
Meza also referred to the final report that was presented to him today by the authorities and said that it is “false”, that this report is not his responsibility.
The expert mentioned that the final report he made was delivered in “the hands of Mr. Lenín Lara”.
Meza explained that the case was resumed by a call from Patricia Ochoa, widow of Gabela, who questioned him about the so-called third report that “supposedly” was not delivered.
Ochoa said at the press conference, that the crime of her husband is related to the complaint that the General made in relation to the irregularities of the purchase of Indian helicopters Dhruv, for the Air Force.
The expert recalled that in 2014 he received an email written by Dr. Paola Carrera, representing the Deputy Minister of Justice, César Augusto Ochoa, who asked that the annexes and pages of that report be removed.
For Meza, there was an attempt to hide the truth about the crime of Gabela, who died on December 29, 2010, when he was shot in the hall of his house.
Meza, who plans to stay in Ecuador until June 21, said his intention is to tell the truth. (I)