Monday, December 11, 2023

Seriously: Patricia Bullrich admits she wants to illegally spy on prisoners

The presidential candidate of Together for Change (JxC) for election 2023, Patricia Bullrich admitted that wanted to do illegal spying on inmates in prisons if he wins the next election on October 22. “If you have a prisoner who sends a message to someone, you will record the conversation in his defense. We will put it in the penal code,” he said firmly. It’s worth remembering that during the government of Mauricio Macri while he is Minister of Security, agents and officials of the Federal Penitentiary Service (SPF). accused and investigated for alleged espionage against former Kirchner officials.

In dialogue with ‘The Thing Itself’ con Alejandro Fantino, the political leader gave details of the security plan he wants to implement if he reaches the presidential position of La Rosada. “All drug traffickers and dangerous killers They go to prisons where they have no contact with anyone, with imperishable prison service. The basic thing is cut down on prison crime. As we build it, we’ll use what’s out there. On the first day I will talk to all the governors, all the prisons in the country, no cell phone or anything. To start putting order in the prisons, so that it is not a reproducer of crime,” he said.

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“Why should they be? SEPARATED? Because they didn’t have a cell phone, but he caught a criminal, an ordinary man, stealing a wallet, and told him ‘silver or lead, I know where your wife lives, your children, what which school they attend.’ If you work for me, you will be protected.’ Since he couldn’t send a message, someone else forwarded it. Isolation is the overall barrier to not continuing to commit crimes,” he explained. Bullrich about your program.

In these lines, he points out the illegal espionage that you plan to do. “What they can do, which is their constitutional right, is their defense. His defense was recorded. If you have a prisoner sending a message to someone, you will record the conversation with his defense. Let’s put it in the Penal Code” he assured.

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ride He was surprised and stopped it. “You can’t do that. Patricia, look at me, you can’t do that. Don’t defend me from criminals but it’s a right. “I constitutionally have a defense, with this they go for your jugular,” he said. And he affirmed: “I am I can record it under a system, I can do it as a test thing, I can’t listen to it have that communication with a protection system and if tomorrow, there is a crime and the judge orders it, use it.”

“When I talk to my lawyer, you don’t know what I’m talking about. Suppose the man says ‘I committed the crime’ You listened to the recording of my lawyer and my lawyer was very good, he freed me. What did you do with that recording?” the driver asked himself. “The evidence you can use from that recording is the constitution of a new crime, not the crime for which the person was tried. If you don’t do that, the drug traffickers will buy everything from you in prisons. Is the State in charge or the criminals? The state is clear,” he said. Bullrich.

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