Judge of Instruction tries to cover press camera lens during arrests PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:51
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At one of the arrests Wednesday morning at 5 a.m., the judge of instruction on the arrest team acted out of character for anyone in her post, attracting quite some attention for the manner in which she tried defending and ensuring the identity of the suspect in Koyari. The two detained men are being suspected of one or more armed robberies.

Judge of instruction, mr. Yarzagaray, moved suddenly from where she was standing when the suspect Osbert Fingal was brought out of the house, to put her hand in front of a television reporter's lens. The reporter was recording the arrest when this incident took place. "It is not usual to see a judge of instruction show such zeal in trying to conceal criminals and obstruct the press in their jobs," at least one of the reporters expressed on location. Police themselves were surprised by her actions, as the press was standing outside of the house, on the street and were not obstructing the police in their work. It is ironic that a member of the court would take on such an attitude.

From the community and even labor and commercial organizations there are complaints daily about the "soft" manner in which justice is dealing with criminals. The general feeling is that the punishments are too short and at many occasions the suspects are released too fast. And now, to boot a judge of instruction, a local lady who knows about the pressure coming from the community, opted to take on such an attitude.
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