The Civil Guard detains the deputy director of the Villena prison who denounced the aggression of several hooded men

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The Villena prison, in Alicante

The Civil Guard has detained the deputy director of security at the Villena (Alicante) prison, who denounced at the beginning of September that several hooded men had beaten her on the way out of her house and threatened that she would have her “mouth shut”, as confirmed to Europa Press sources from the Armed Institute.

According to the Civil Guard, the arrest has been carried out for the crimes of false reporting and simulation of the crime within the ‘Operation Silence’, developed by the Territorial Team of the Judicial Police of Villena. The deputy director has been released after the arrest in the framework of proceedings that are still open.

From Penitentiary Institutions they have indicated to Europa Press that they are waiting for the official communication of the arrest to adopt disciplinary measures with the opening of a disciplinary file to the deputy director of security.

The alleged assault by hooded men was related to the supervision of the deputy director in a previous investigation into the reduction that three officials practiced, using rubber fenders, to a prisoner with mental health problems in this same penitentiary.

The events gave rise to a judicial investigation into the threats that this high-ranking official from the Alicante prison allegedly received on his mobile phone – which he claimed had been stolen – as a result of the review of the security cameras for an incident in a reduction a prisoner on August 16, with the involvement of three prison officials.

As Deputy Director of Security, she was the person who had the competence in the custody of these images, within an investigation in which she testified before the inspection of the penitentiary. According to her account, the hooded assailants beat her days later and demanded that she keep “her mouth shut.”


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