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Defense: Sebin doctor prevents Simonovis' testing

Attorney José Luis Tamayo lamented that as soon as ex-police chief Iván Simonovis was admitted to hospital, some irregularities arose concerning testing

Simonovis has stayed in the hospital since last Monday (Handout photo)
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Wednesday December 05, 2012  03:15 PM
Both the attorney and wife of former commissioner Iván Simonovis, José Luis Tamayo and María del Pilar Pertinez de Simonovis, claimed that doctors sent by the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin) have prevented the testing needed for the inspector of former Judicial Technical Police (PTJ, nowadays Scientific, Criminal and Forensic Investigation Agency, Cicpc).

Tamayo lamented that as soon as ex-police chief Iván Simonovis was admitted to hospital, some irregularities arose concerning testing.

"A Sebin doctor, apparently appointed as ordered by the Sebin director instead of the First Execution Court in Aragua state, has dedicated to systematically torpedo Simonovis' examination," the lawyer pointed out.

Interestingly, the Sebin doctor "hampers precisely the tests that are the result of the findings" of the disease suffered by the former security secretary at Caracas Mayoralty.

"For instance, his treating doctor found a problem in a kidney that required an additional test; the Sebin doctor arbitrarily opposes it, by arguing that the court did not order such study."

Commissioner Simonovis was admitted to hospital last Monday to complete pending tests since September 2011. By that time, the tests found severe osteoporosis, five hernias, two broken disks on his spinal cord and carpal tunnel syndrome.
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