Pedro Castillo would have given the order to cover up the leaks of former minister Juan Silva and his nephew Fray Vásquez


José Fernández LaTorre indicates that Pedro Castillo helped ex-minister Silva escape | Pan American TV

A serious accusation points directly to Pedro Castillo. Jose Luis Fernandez Latorreformer head of the National Intelligence Directorate (DINI)revealed that the President of the Republic would have given the directive to cover up the leaks of the former Minister of Transport, John Silvaand his nephew Friar Vasquezwho have been wanted by the courts for months.

The former official, who was detained for a few days for the investigation of the Petroperú case, pointed out in dialogue with Panamericana Televisión that “they wanted to involve the DINI with the subtraction of the justice action of the fugitives. We are talking about the nephew Fray [Vásquez Castillo] and the former minister [Juan] Silva. DINI had nothing to do with it, ”he explained.

“I have learned [del encubrimiento] as a man of intelligence. The President of the Republic gave the directive because who else was going to get involved. [¿Para que [Juan] Will Silva escape?]Logical. The plan was to get (former Transport Minister Juan) Silva out of the country,” added Fernández Latorre. When asked if he knew that the former head of the MTC was no longer in Peru, he responded emphatically.

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“According to what I have heard from the audio and the version of the person who informed me, [el exministro Juan Silva y Fray Vásquez] they would be out,” confessed the former head of DINI. Immediately afterwards, he presented an audio with Beder Camachoformer Undersecretary General of the Presidential Office, who talk about how the fugitives would have escaped.

Audio by Beder Camacho and José Fernández LaTorre, former head of the DINI | Pan American TV

Fernández Latorre pointed out that in the operation to facilitate the escape of Silva and Vásquez are the former Ministers of the Interior, Dimitri Senmache Y Juan Carrasco. Also, he mentioned the aide-de-camp Hugo Verastegui Diazwho would be very close to President Castillo.

“The transporter according to the audio is Commander Verástegui, current traffic chief, and former dean of Minister Dimitri Senmache. [¿Entonces Senmache sabía de la fuga de Juan Silva?] He knew, according to the information I have, he did know. I cannot say or determine something from information, I collect the information and make it known, but I cannot attribute something if I have not seen it, “he mentioned.

“As you can clearly hear, I tell him “don’t get involved” [a Beder Camacho]. According to what he informs me and tells me that they are all from the same team: Carrasco, Dimitri, Chero, and Palomino [el secretario general de Palacio]”, he stated.

The former Minister of the Interior Mariano Gonzalez, denounced last July that Verástegui tried to intimidate him when he was in office. In a report submitted by Fourth powerreported that this person tried to contact him with an “ex-marine linked to the intelligence service and a well-known case of sucking in the country.”

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Verástegui would have entered the government of the president on the recommendation of Senmache.

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“Leaving the Council, one of the hostesses tells me that there is a person wanting to locate me. I tell him: ‘who?’; and he refers me to a person linked to intelligence, ”said González, who considered that this gesture corresponded“ to intimidation ”, for which he called him to a meeting in his office, which ended with the dismissal of Verástegui .

However, the former Minister of the Interior would point out later that he met Verástegui as a brand new worker in the Presidential Office. “He was serving the Government Palace. To the presidential office, at the same time that I rebuked the president for some things (…) I told him that he had had a bad time with the aide-de-camp and now I see him working in the Government Palace (…) and he replied that He’s a good boy,” he said.

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