“If he were not the father of…”: Inspector Vallejo’s theory on Eduardo Macaya’s conviction

“If he were not the father of…”: Inspector Vallejo’s theory on Eduardo Macaya’s conviction
“If he were not the father of…”: Inspector Vallejo’s theory on Eduardo Macaya’s conviction

A critical opinion was launched by the Inspector Vallejo knowing that Eduardo Macayafather of the senator Javier Macaya (UDI)was pleaded guilty for two of the sexual abuse crimes he was charged with.

The agricultural entrepreneur was sentenced this Wednesday for two crimes of repeated inappropriate sexual abusecontra a girl between 8 and 9 years old. While he was acquitted of two other charges for the same crime against a minor under 14 years of age.

Since the complaint became public knowledge, Senator and President of the UDI, Javier Macayahas had to defend himself against questions over this case. At the time he described the accusation as “false.”

Meanwhile, during the process, the accused himself came out to defend himself by reading a public statement where, among other things, he stated: “If it weren’t for my son’s position, this case would not exist.”

Inspector Vallejo’s dart for Eduardo Macaya’s conviction

A phrase that he now remembered Jose Miguel Vallejothe former PDI known for commenting on police cases on TV. Inspector He suggested that, on the contrary, being the congressman’s father could have been a factor in the verdict.

“Contrary to what Eduardo Macaya said (“If it weren’t for my son’s position, this wouldn’t exist”), It is most likely that without being the father of who he is, he would not have been acquitted on two charges.”, Vallejo posted on his X account.

He stated that, “obviously,” those other two crimes “They had the same consistency as the two charges for which he was sanctioned”.

The sentence that Macaya will have to serve will be announced at the sentencing hearing, scheduled for next Friday, July 19, at 12:30 p.m.

The High Complexity prosecutor, Javiera Oro, is requesting a sentence of 12 years of effective prison.

 
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