The Judiciary suspended the judge who granted a request for habeas corpus to the man convicted of the murder of singer Sharon. The National Council of the Judiciary suspended the judge who granted a request for habeas corpus to the person convicted of the murder of the Guayaquil singer Sharon. The convict, who lived with the artist, tried to go free despite the firm sentence of 26 years that he is serving in prison.
A judge of the Specialized Criminal Chamber of the Provincial Court of Justice of Chimborazo assumed, arbitrarily according to the Judiciary, the powers of another of the judges of the Chamber. The magistrate acted as a speaker within the habeas corpus request filed by Geovanny López Bravo, sentenced for the femicide of the singer, actress and businesswoman Sharon ‘La Hechicera’. The preventive measure of suspension will be in force for up to three months, during which time the judicial server will not receive any remuneration. The Provincial Directorate of the Chimborazo Judicial Council announced that it will continue with the corresponding disciplinary process. It was affirmed that the procedure will respect the guarantees of due process and the principles of judicial independence and speed Sharon, whose real name was Edith Rosario Bermeo Cisneros, died on January 4, 2015 at the age of 40, on a highway in Santa Elena and when travels with Geovanny López Bravo. / Scoops ec