The lawyer for the dead soldier's parents warns that the accused lieutenant is still in command

The lawyer of the family of soldier Carlos León Rico, born in El Viso del Alcor (Seville) and who died last December together with Corporal Miguel Ángel Jiménez Andújar, born in Adamuz (Córdoba), in some maneuvers at the base of the Guzmán el Bueno X Brigade in Cerro Muriano; has warned in a statement to the media that the lieutenant Jaime Tato Garrido, who is being investigated in the case, “continues to exercise his command“on said military site, “with under his command many military witnesses” to the events.

In particular the lawyer Luis Romero He specified in his statement last Sunday that he would be put in charge of the first battalion, third company, at the Cerro Muriano military base and, “according to what we have been informed, they could be under his command several soldiers who took part in the exercise [maniobra del cruce del lago] or at least he has contact with them at the military base.

According to criminal lawyer and Doctor of Laws Luis Romero, after Military Court number 21 of Seville was banned, Central Court number two agreed to take up the case and given the above-mentioned situation of the lieutenant, it is necessary to clarify “when will he be fired by the Ministry of Defense” is being investigated in this legal case.

“Six months have passed since the date of the tragic and fatal event and it draws our attention to the fact that the Captain Zúñiga was fired after four months and Lieutenant Tato is not. Those responsible for this situation are those who could dismiss him: the Ministry of Defense and the Military Court,” emphasizes the defense of the Sevillian soldier.

Romero has recalled that the Central Togado Court Number Two He has discovered «indications of criminal liability because the events were very serious and all responsibilities must be discovered”, agreeing that they appear as investigated, alongside Captain Ignacio Zúñiga Morillas, Lieutenant Tato Garrido and Sergeant Gustavo Álvarez Estupiñán; two colonels, as well as a lieutenant colonel and a commander of the Queen's regiment 2to which the deceased belonged.

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