President of the Dominican College of Lawyers calls for justice
DominicanToday.com – The president of the Dominican College of Lawyers (CARD) Diego José García, demanded Justice minister Radhamés Jiménez and National Police chief Jose Armando Polanco Gomez to clarify the deaths of lawyers Luis Felipe Espertino, Vegas and Fausto Antonio Matos.

While regretting the crimes against the lawyers, Garcia said that these killings can not go unpunished because the legal community feels fear.

"We are doing what is necessary, we visited the family of the murdered lawyers, but the investigation must be done by the Public Ministry and the National Police," he said..

 

Dominican Watchdog note:

This is business as usual in the DR. Kill the lawyers to scare others away and prevent prosecution. Read this case about Dominican cops hired to kill journalist and lawyer among others

 

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