Nicaragua Police Officers Desert and Hand Over Uniforms

Pistols, bullets, uniforms, and two medals of merit for their service during 13 years of police work, were among the items delivered to the Comisión Permanente de Derechos Humanos (CPDH) – Permanent Commission of Human Rights – by two police officials, because they no longer mean anything to them, preferring to defect from the ranks of the National Police.
Julio Montenegro, from the CPDH, shows the uniforms and implements delivered by the police.
The implements that belonged to the now ex-officers Maycol Alejandro Delgado Vargas and Juan José Blandón Gómez, were deposited in the hands of the CPDH because if they were handed over to their superiors, they feared to be victims of strong reprisals.
Julio Montenegro, legal advisor of CPDH, said that the human rights organization was

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