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Corruption in Colombia!

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Luisa Ramírez

on 1 November 2013

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Corruption in Colombia

Questions before the newstory
Some of the cases
What happened with them?
They plead not guilty, except for the young law student, Daniel Esteban Hurtado Rey, who is 21 years old, and said he offered money in exchange for classified information.
The SIJIN (Police) captured 11 judicial officers reported of manipulating penal cases / October 17, 2013
What were their strategies?
The strategies to address the processes and favor those who paid for legal benefits were:
This "cartel" sold corruption 'justice'. And finally, the investigator presented the papers that Javier Camargo used to give to Mahecha for him to route folders. And the $5 million, which were used to pay the supposed favors to the witness. The prosecution insists that the 11 people arrested, played with the Colombian justice and should be detained while the investigation continues.
Now, what do you think?
Has Colombia a fair penal system?
How much do you respect and accept your political constitution?
Would you offer money to someone to rule in your favor in a extreme case?
Do you think you have a role in reducing corruption in your country?
Who are they?
Ricardo del Cristo Rodriguez, judge 26 of guarantees; Francisco Jose Barbón Lopez, judge 38 of guarantees; Anadelina Corredor, office secretary; Daniel Esteban Hurtado, law student, and court officials of Paloquemao, Alejandro Navas, Carmen Alicia Garzon, Jaime Eduardo Camargo, Javier Yesid Español, Marvi Quecano Urueña y Manuel Velazques Ayala.
They were accused of:
Conspiracy, falsifying a public document, malfeasance through action, extortion, bribery by giving or offering, disclosure of secrets and influence peddling.
But why?
According to investigations by the Criminal Investigation Department (Dijin) of Police, this network of corruption in the courts of Paloquemao charged up between $500.000 and $100 million (depending on the case) for disappear or favor the case with judicial decisions, such as granting freedoms to people being investigated by the prosecution.
Cheat on the electronic system.
1. Normally the Judge is assigned by a service center, which is done by an electronic system of rotation. This means that the system choose the court that handled the case.

2. Court officials did this procedure several times, until the system threw the office of convenience. According to the records found by the authorities, there were cases where the electronic rotation system was made up to 10 times to fix the process.
After they managed to locate the file of the desired person in court, there were two options.
Illegal weapons
As indicated by the prosecutor, the judge guarantees 26 was preferred to fix processes. Mahecha said that on December 19, 2012 was paid to send a folder to that office. That hearing ended freeing Jaime Castelblanco, a man who was under arrest as he was prosecuted for the crime of manufacture, trafficking and illegal possession of weapons. The judge gave Rodriguez freedom.
The August 29, 2012, Carmen Garzon, one of the arrested, called to offer $ 100,000 pesos in return if she managed a drug trade process in which cops were involved and were asking to be granted freedom. In interceptions made ​​in one of the conversations of Carmen, she talked about how they were going to pay to the 'Chino' for his cooperation. Also, on 15 August of that year, Jaime Camargo gave another $500,000 to help the Macaco brothers, some narcos who were seeking the benefit of freedom.
What can you do?
As a citizen?
As a teacher?
As a parent?
Are this items important to make a change?
Colombian Thought. How is it?
Greed and lust
Legislative branches
Judicial control systems
What does Colombia's penal system to regulate this kind of situations?
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
What is corruption for you?
It would mean 20 jail years for each of them.
"This first phase covers to these eleven people, but the prosecution anticipates simultaneous actions to determine whether or not the participation of more people (lawyers)," said General Attorney Eduardo Montealegre.
This story began a year ago, after an extraditable denounced that he had paid $42 million to these officials. Immediately the authorities began an investigation, and an ex-partner
(Élber Mahecha)
of these 11 people became the star witness of the investigating body and began to tell the details of how they committed these irregularities. He is outside the country and signed a principle of opportunity in the prosecution to become part of the arsenal of evidence against those involved.
Raids were conducted in the court offices and judges' houses. In one of these, they found $ 11 million that could not be justified by one of the corrupt judges.
1. The first one was that the judge, who has reached the process, made ​​decisions in favor of the defendants to provide, for example, liberties or benefits of house arrest.

2. If it was not achieved in a first instance the case was resolved in favor of who had paid, it was designated to a Court of Appeals judge, who also was involved in the crime, to find gaps and ruled in favor of the accused.
Prison preferences
Another case was the wiretapping of June 6, 2013 between Ana Adelina Corredor and a woman who was seeking the transfer of a family member in prison. Corredor told this woman that she had already gone to the Inpec with his boss (the judge Rodriguez) to contact a person who they do not will charge more than $ 13 million to make the change from prison La Picota prison to a detention center in Facatativá. Finally, Carlos Enrique Rodriguez, the beneficiary, entered prison on Facatativá on August 6, 2013.
Undercover agent
Having noted that Élber Mahecha was essential for research, investigative agency decided on December 27, 2012 that he would become an undercover agent in the Judicial Services Center Paloquemao. Since then, he started recording and the investigating agency to intercept phones involved.
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