Jeanine Áñez’s defense filed a lawsuit for liberty against two judges dealing with the ex-president’s case who have not yet held hearings to consider release from prison and the director of Miraflores Prison, who is accused of restriction their right to imprisonment. Bless you.
The first defendant is the 10th criminal judge, who refused a hearing on the lifting of preventive detention on the grounds that the appeal of an earlier comparable appeal was pending.
Áñez’s attorney Luis Guillén pointed out that the aim of the freedom action is to have the judge hold the hearing on the suspension of the recruitment as the request is based on the health of the former president and this is a priority.
The second defendant is the 2nd Anti-Corruption Judge, whom Añez’s defense alleges for exhausting efforts at the scheduled hearing in his court on Wednesday September 1st.
That day, the judicial authority’s virtual consent was interrupted due to issues with the software license, but Añez’s attorney indicated that the judge should go out of his way and even hold a face-to-face hearing to discuss the ex-president’s request for release.
Añez intends to escape from prison and receive house arrest, but has to secure a positive decision in the two trials against him in the so-called coup d’état.
In the case of the director of the prison, Freedom Action points out that it did not allow access to doctors for treatment of the former president, who is in poor health, and that she was also interviewed by all of her lawyers.
Lawyer Guillén pointed out that the freedom action hearing will take place this Thursday afternoon.