Ecuador: story of the ten accused subervsives and their alleged threat to national security

Posted on January 21, 2013 • Filed under: Ecuador, Intelligence, Police/Military Activity, Politics reported that Fadua Tapia, Cristina Campaña, Abigaíl Heras, Royce Gómez, Pablo Castro, Santiago Gallegos, Víctor Vinueza, Luis Merchán, Héctor Estupiñán y César Zambrano are the 10 from Luluncoto [es] who were detained on 3rd March 2012 in the Sol Rojo [Red Sun] [es] operative. Accused of wanting to threaten the security of the State and of belonging to the Popular Combatants Group [es] (GCP), they lost their freedom when they went to discuss the policies of the government of Ecuador in a house in southern Quito. Police found notebooks, diaries, posters of Che Guevara, [and] newspapers in their possession, considered subversive material. On 25th July, the Interior Minister [es] reported that the evidence presented by the Prosecutor’s Office was sufficient to presume that the accused persons committed the offence. Read Article

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