January 31, 2019
The judge, in charge of the National Penal and Correctional Court No. 62, is involved in a huge controversy over her actions.
On Judge Patricia Susanna Gihandut is in charge of the National Criminal and Correctional Court No. 62. From there, and in less than two weeks, the judge decided to left freedom for three motorcyclists who committed crimes in the country. One of them was banned from entering Argentina.
The first episode happened to friends last week when an 18-year-old girl was waiting to cross the Avenida La Plata's traffic lights to 100, in Almagro, was attacked by a motorcycle that stole his cell phone.
Reminded by the victim and witnesses of the robbery, the agents of the Neighborhood Police Station 5A at the City Police arrested the perpetrator after hitting him in a car.
On a thief, identified as Jair Stephens Hurado Mora, 24 years old, is Colombian nationality, and arrived in the country three months ago, but there is still no residence and there criminal record. In 2011, he was convicted of "difficult skilled robbery"; in 2016 opened a case of violence internally; and in 2017 he was convicted of arms trafficking in his country.
After being transferred to the Neighborhood Commissioner's 5A neighborhood police station and was charged with "attempting to steal motor mode", released within 24 hours following the order of the National Penal and Correctional Court No. 62 by Patricia Susana Gihandut. The delinquent he received a "suspended sentence" after the payment of 700 pesos.
48 later, Mora Hurado regained his freedom on condition "Refrain from consuming narcotics and / or abusing alcoholic beverages". In addition, he was encouraged to regulate his migration situation and accept that payment of 700 pesos in the victim's "victim repair" concept.
Now, the same judge was involved in controversy in less than 24 hours to release two motorcyclists with criminal records arrested by members of the City Police in the Buenos Aires district of Boeedia, despite the fact that one of them, of Uruguayan citizenship, was forbidden to enter the country.
Patricia Gichanzhout was nominated to take the post of national court chief in correctional number 13 of the federal capital in 2005 by then President Nestor Kirchner and his justice minister and incumbent Supreme Court member Horatio Rosati.
The chief judge was in charge of that eviction from the settlement in the circle of KDT, and at the head of a unified court in trial against Luis D'Elia for the crime of "injuries in a fight" against the ruralist and member of the Gualeguaychú Assembly of the Assembly of Alejandro Gahan in March 2008. At that time, the social leader was sentenced to four days in prison, but he did not go to jail.
He was also conducting an investigation into the crime of a motorcycle on the toll road on the Ilija highway in the hands of a prefectural capitalafter the discussion in September 2018.