It happened in Santa Fe. You will also have to do a training course on ethical aspects of the dissemination of information.
A policeman from Santa Fe agreed this Monday to a donation of 30,000 pesos to the Children’s Hospital of the provincial capital within the framework of the suspension of trial, also known as “probation”, for releasing images of a homicide.
According to judicial spokesmen, the 34-year-old agent will also have to take a training course on ethical aspects of information dissemination.
Judge Sergio Carraro intervened to seal the suspension of the trial in a hearing, after an investigation by the prosecutor Ezequiel Hernandez for the authorship of the crime of “violation of secrets“For which the policeman was charged.
“In addition to the financial donation, must abide by rules of conduct for one year, which include conducting a course on ethical aspects of the dissemination of information and the supervision of their conduct by the provincial directorate of Control and Post-Penitentiary Assistance, “said the prosecutor.
Hernández said that the accused “perpetrated the crime between Monday, September 21 and Tuesday, September 22, 2015, when he was working as an agent for the Homicide section of the Investigative Police.”
“He recorded a video in which the images of a security camera that records the commission of an illicit act are observed and sent it to other people“Hernandez said.
For the Prosecutor’s Office, the policeman “attacked the reservation of the investigation”, and said that “he himself admitted having had a wrong behavior.”
Hernández said that the images he released were about the murder of Diego Raúl Castaño, occurred five years ago in front of the main square of the town of San José del Rincón.