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Video of the removal of Brazilian clothing that disrupted an investigation into a corruption scandal in Peru

Posted on 06/16/2022 20:18 / Updated on 06/16/2022 20:19

Stripper’s video was recreated through the account “Assistencia studio Espinosa Ramos”, owned by Benji Espinosa Ramos, a criminal lawyer working for Castillo’s defense in a corruption case – (Credit: Reproduction / Twitter)

This Wednesday (15/6) the video of Brazilian striker Ricardo Milos was interrupted during a virtual investigation into corruption in the Peruvian government. The portraits of the half-naked dancer, wearing only a red band on his head, were sent through the account of the lawyer’s office of Peruvian President Pedro Castillo.

The stripper’s video was re-created by the account “Assistencia studio Espinosa Ramos”, which is owned by criminal lawyer Benji Espinosa Ramos. Castillo in a case involving a corruption scheme – With former Transport and Communications Minister Juan Silva.

The truth came exactly at the moment when attorney Samuel Rojas pointed out the reasons why President Castillo should be questioned. During Rojas’ argument, pictures of Milos dancing on his swimming trunks with the print of the American flag were aired, much to the embarrassment of the lawyer. “The lawyer account shows us pictures that are highly recommended […] I don’t know why, ” he said.

On Twitter, the Peruvian ruler’s lawyer said no one from the office was involved in the video exchange. “Peru has a systematic attack on virtual audiences. The same video was aired today at the Guardian’s trial (Pedro Castillo’s case) and the trial of former President Ollanta Humala. ” Is practical, “he said.

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The images are part of a video that lasts more than two minutes, which went viral on the internet in 2018 and became a meme among netizens. Castillo’s attorney argued that the same stripper tag had been recreated in pre-trial detention trials and two other virtual trial cases. According to Espinosa, this demonstrates the weakness of Peru’s online hearing system. “It is important to think about the impact of the virtual viewer system in our country,” Benji said, adding that the exchange of the video was responsible for the hacker attack.