Accompanied by several trucks and men, Colonel Carlos Feria arrived at the premises of the Attorney General’s office in Bogotá on July 24. With a 25-year career tasked with managing the security of President Gustavo Petro, the presence of this officer included thousands of dollars in theft, polygraph tests, and even testifying in the disciplinary process against Laura Sarabia, who was involved in an illegal crime. kicks section.

EL TIEMPO was able to access the version that the plainclothes and tie-clad police officer sworn for nearly two hours to prosecutors, who added the 16 questions they asked to the file package. process against the former right-hand man of the head of state.


Among Feria’s statements, Sarabia, as the head of the presidential Cabinet, has for some time supposedly begun to distrust her security plan.Led by Lieutenant Sandy Yureina Alvernia, who passed the polygraph test, according to the officer.

In short, this procedure was ahead of her, the former nanny Marelby’s Grave and two others.

Additionally, the person in charge of protecting Petro commented: At the end of last year, two more reliability and reliability tests—namely, a polygraph—were conducted with Laura Sarabia, with no further details.

(We recommend: Colonel Feria spoke for nearly two hours at the Attorney General’s Office for the polygraph in the Sarabia case).

The fair intervention began in chronological order, implying January 29 and 30 of this year. Around $7,000 was stolen from Laura Sarabia’s home at the time, which the Prosecutor’s Office is investigating.

The theft was reported to Lieutenant Alvernia by the former officer’s partner, who called Feria to inform her. Given the situation, there is a version that the officer told his partner to calm down and call Colonel Óscar Dávila, who took his own life on the night of June 9, to see what measures would be taken.

(We invite you to read: Chuzadas: Measures taken by the police to stop illegal wiretapping).

The robbery in Sarabia came to light, and Feria told Colonel Sandra Reyes, the security coordinator for senior officials. And at the same time, he asked the victim to assemble the entire security scheme so that “Colonel Dávila can assess whether there is a need for credibility and reliability testing.”

According to Feria, Reyes said that in reality Dávila agreed to analyze whether such a test was needed. With this, the person questioned removed himself from the responsibility of ordering the procedure, adding that he was busy in those days accompanying the President and in office meetings.

On January 30, the day after the theft, the cops waited for what Laura Sarabia would say about the security plan and, according to Feria, called her into the office that morning and said “specifically expressed his impropriety with Lieutenant Sandy, because (together with the stolen money) the bag was stolen from Dr. He was entrusted with the task of delivering it to Laura’s home.”

In a few words because of what happened, Sarabia said that the protection team did not trust her. That’s why Carlos Feria contacted Colonel Reyes again to balance the Human Capability coordinator with validating new profiles. and competitions that fit the scheme and thus make a relay race.

(You can also read: ‘Institutionalized’: Prosecutor Cabello before the Court’s verdict).

In fact, when he spoke of the impropriety, he asked the President’s chief of security what had happened after he reported the robbery, which he said he didn’t know much about judicial police matters.

Another of the axes of the delivered version, lie detector test this applied not only to former babysitter Marelbys Meza, but also to lieutenant Alvernia, a police officer with the surname Siza and a driver assigned to Dapre.

Feria said, “The incident with the patrol officer Siza was repeated the next day due to the inconclusive result.” He had told Laura, and she said no, so I told her to go to the office and report the results of the test to her,” the colonel remarked.

(You can read: Kiko Gómez transferred to La Picota due to health problems; he wanted to go to Valledupar).

It is also noteworthy from the statement made. Feria said that polygraph use is not common. Well, there hasn’t been an incident like the robbery reported in the last months, it is read in the Attorney General’s Office that something similar is being implemented with Sarabia at the end of 2022.

In the official statement, he says he “remembers that testing was done with Dr. Laura in December or November 2022 on two office workers.”

(More notes: Investigators’ clues to a plan to attack the Prosecutor).

The practice that prevailed in the country was that of former babysitter Meza, who was also shot, because she later said she felt abducted when they were taken to a basement, although the Government insisted it was done voluntarily. Palacio de Nariño for this purpose.

Finally, Feria said that the person who brought up the outcome of the procedure against Meza, davilla, and that the former chief of staff said nothing about it. This version can be extended with a free version that the former Petro official can request while he is under investigation.

The process for the robbery of Laura Sarabia, the polygraph and victimization of Marelbys Meza’s ex-nanny and Fabiola Perea, has two clear fronts, one on the criminal and the other on the disciplinary level. In the first, at the end of June, the Prosecutor’s Office interrogated several people, including Carlos Feria, to explain how this practice was carried out and who was behind it.

On July 11, the voice of Police Inspector Jhon Alexánder Sacristán Bohórquez, who was going to take the Meza test, was heard in the Attorney General’s district, a lie detector assigned to the Casa de Nariño. Later, the Adil version got his hands on, and with this puzzle, as this paper has learned, researchers are waiting to take new measures against the process.

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