Public Defender calls for ban on Jailhouse Raimundo Vidal Pessoa

I did not order, the Ombudsman adds that the prison unit is inadequate to regulate for legitimate serving sentence.
03/02/2017 15h40 - Updated 7/02/2017 16h52
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The Public Defender's Office Specializing in Human Rights filed a lawsuit in the Amazon Court (TJ-AM), to interdict the Jailhouse Judge Raimundo Vidal Pessoa. After the massacre on 01 January at the Penitentiary Anísio Jobim (Compaj) 281 prisoners were transferred to the local.

The Jailhouse was disabled since October last year, after the intervention of the National Justice Council (CNJ). During prison task force held in unit, in 2013, CNJ asked the deactivation of the building due to the overcrowding of inmates on site and the subhuman conditions to which the prisoners were.

I did not order, the Ombudsman adds that the prison unit is inadequate to regulate for legitimate serving sentence. As the defender Roger Moreira de Queiroz who signs the request directed to the Judge of the Court of Criminal Executions, transfer rearrested for Vidal is a throwback, as the unit which was inaugurated in March 1907 and used as input for or holder system, It does not have the same conditions to apply as a prison.

The document brings, still, the information that the wing that served as a women's prison is being renovated, without there having been bidding or authorization to work or repairs on site. "Unless a court of law judge of the 1st Court of the State Finance, the public civil action filed by the State Prosecutor in 2010, under the number 0257588-44.2010.8.04.0001, where that judgment establishes a time limit of 1 (one) year and 04 (four) months for the construction and delivery of a new prison unit, to provide the deactivation definitively Public Chain Judge Raimundo Vidal Pessoa. Besides that, determined to carry out repair works within 30 days", It consists.


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