The precautionary review hearing for Mario “Tonchy” Bascopé, a member of the Cochala Youth Resistance (RJC), was scheduled for 10:00 a.m. tomorrow at a meeting to be held in person in the court hearing room. Ministry of Justice of Chuquisaca.
Bascopé will be discharged in the next few hours after doctors at the gastroenterological hospital certify that he will attend the hearing, Correo del Sur reported.
Prosecutor Javier Gorena, quoted by the Sucrense media, pointed out that a medical panel assessment is not required, as requested by the family, as the studies rule out internal injuries to his body from possible physical assault, as reported close by him.
For his part, the government minister Eduardo del Castillo denied on Twitter “any version of possible torture or physical harm by third parties, and he also informed the public that their stay in a health center was strictly for protocol issues. “.
(THREAD) 1/2 I inform people about #Boliviathat Mr. “Tonchy” Bascopé, leader of the armed group Resistencia Juvenil Cochala, used a definition by him @CIDH, does not represent any kind of risk or decompensation, according to the medical reports prepared.
– Carlos Eduardo Del Castillo Del Carpio (@EDelCastilloDC) July 27, 2021
Bascopé was arrested last Tuesday when he was leaving Palmasola prison, where he was being held on remand on a trial related to the trafficking of controlled substances. The judiciary granted him a conditional release, but the
The police arrested him as soon as he was released from prison and transferred him to Sucre, where another trial was initiated for him.
One day after his arrest, he was admitted to the hospital because of an abdominal ailment following a previous operation.