Deputy Home Secretary Nelson Cox pointed out that the arrest of former Police Commander Rodolfo Montero was a “sign” that no crime would go unpunished.
“It is a sign that no crime committed during the state terrorism of Jeanine Añez will go unpunished. Now it is up to the public ministry to act with the same objectivity in the face of the Huayllani massacre,” said the deputy minister.
The former commandant was arrested this Tuesday after giving his testimony on the violence and deaths in Senkata in November 2019.
Cox also recalled that the complicity of many political actors and former transitional government agencies who “remained silent” in the face of the massacre will not go unpunished.