Former Bolivian Attorney-General Marcelo Soza's statement last week in Brazil can be used at the International court to investigate an alleged terrorist plot against Bolivian President Evo Morales five years ago.
The former Bolivian Attorney-General fled his homeland in March and met the sister of Hungarian citizen Előd Tóásó in Brazil. Előd Tóásó was arrested in La Paz five years ago and has been kept in custody ever since.
At the meeting the former Attorney-General said during the investigation of the alleged terrorist plot evidences have been manipulated by the country's vice-president's brother and the security staff of Bolivian President Evo Morales. During the preliminary stages of the investigation crucial evidences disappeared and the government influenced the investigation so that the outcome of it can support political goals.
Edit Tóásó asked the former Attorney General to reply 34 of her questions; the Attorney General has given a written statement which is nine pages long. A copy of it will be submitted to the Inter-American Court where proceedings in the case of the alleged terrorist plot starts shortly.
Bolivian commandos stormed the Las Americas hotel in Santa Cruz - which is an opposition stronghold - on April 16, 2009 and killed Bolivian born, Bolivian-Hungarian-Croatian citizen Rozsa Flores Eduardo, Hungarian national Árpád Magyarosi and Irish citizen Michael Martin Dwyer. Bolivian-Croatian citizen Mario Tadic and Hungarian citizens Előd Tóásó were arrested and have been kept in custody ever since.
Bolivian authorities insist that they dismantled a terrorist group, which wanted to kill President Evo Morales. The two surviving members of the group should have been released from jail long time ago because under Bolivian law they have been in pre-trial detention longer than 36 months.
(MTI – szekelyhon.ro – hungarianambiance.com)