Due to possible threats, 12 Inpec officials are transferred from the Rivera prison, Huila

Due to possible threats, 12 Inpec officials are transferred from the Rivera prison, Huila
Due to possible threats, 12 Inpec officials are transferred from the Rivera prison, Huila

The director of the Rivera prison, Huila Andrey Alexander Tejada, in dialogue with Blu Radio confirmed that twelve Inpec officials
They had to be transferred to other prison centers in the country due to threats against their lives.

The director of the prison, Tejada Bonilla, pointed out that among the threatened officials are two non-commissioned officers, six dragoneers and four high school assistants who provide military service in the penitentiary institution.

“We have recently been affected by acts of contract killings against Inpec officials at the country level – Neiva has not been immune to this situation, because colleagues have been transferred for security reasons and by order of the national leadership, among them there are non-commissioned officers, dragooners and auxiliaries who provide military service in Inpec, all of them have received threats and that is why they were transferred to other penitentiary centers,” said the prison director.

The official added that, as a result of this situation, they had to activate security protocols for the dragoneers and other employees who must travel daily from Neiva to the penitentiary center that is located in the jurisdiction of the municipality of Rivera.

“In my personal case, I have no threats, but we have to be very attentive and another thing is that, from the Rivera crossing to the prison, at night it is a very, very dark place because there is no lighting,” he said.

The official finally said that the judicial authorities are carrying out the investigations in order to establish the origin of the threats that have undoubtedly generated concern among Inpec workers.

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