Judicial inspection in the Casa de Nariño due to the polygraph case of former nanny Marelbys Meza

Judicial inspection in the Casa de Nariño due to the polygraph case of former nanny Marelbys Meza
Judicial inspection in the Casa de Nariño due to the polygraph case of former nanny Marelbys Meza

On this Monday morning, the DIJIN Judicial Police, attached to the Military and Police Criminal Prosecutor General’s Office, carried out judicial inspection procedures in the Casa de Nariño. These actions aim to collect evidentiary material elements and physical evidence related to the polygraph test carried out on Marelbys Meza Buelvas.

The case, which involves retired Colonel Carlos Feria and other Police officials, is investigated by the Prosecutor’s Office 2203 of Specialized Knowledge. The inspection focuses on clarifying the circumstances surrounding the accusations made by Meza, who reported having been forced to undergo a polygraph without a court order.

Marelbys Meza Buelvas, who worked as a nanny for the son of Laura Sarabia, current director of the Administrative Department of the Presidency (DAPRE), declared that she was accused of the theft of a briefcase that contained an unspecified sum of money. According to her testimony, after her accusation, she was taken to a presidential office where she was interrogated and forced to take polygraph tests, all without the support of a court order.

Allegations of illegal interception

Additionally, Meza has assured that his phone was illegally intercepted by the Police. According to his statements, the authorities used an operation against the Gulf Clan criminal gang as a pretext to justify these espionage actions.

This case has generated significant media attention and has put under scrutiny the authorities’ practices in handling internal accusations at the presidential level. The procedure carried out today at the Casa de Nariño seeks to obtain evidence that clarifies the procedures used in the interrogation and the application of the polygraph, as well as the circumstances surrounding the alleged illegal interception of Meza’s phone.

The actions carried out by the DIJIN Prosecutor’s Office and Judicial Police underscore the seriousness with which these accusations are being addressed, in an effort to ensure transparency and legality in the investigations. Public opinion hopes that these proceedings will shed light on the reported irregularities and that the corresponding measures will be taken against those responsible.

The Casa de Nariño has not yet issued an official statement regarding today’s proceedings. Meanwhile, expectations remain regarding the results of this judicial inspection and its implications for those involved in the case.

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