Guzmán Fermín: there is corruption in the Police, but it cannot be generalized
In response to the accusations of the Commissioner for the Reform of the National Police, retired General Rafael Guillermo Guzmán Fermin, on an alleged widespread and systemic corruption from the past deputy directors general to the last rank, the former chief of the National Police, retired General Rafael Guillermo Guzmán Fermin, admitted this Monday that there is corruption in that institution “as in other institutions,” but he categorically affirmed that generalizing leads to falsehood.
Guzmán Fermin stated on the Despierta program with CDN that Pepe Vila’s statements have a political edge and accused him of committing “moral murder.” In this sense, he stated that taking a specific case and making it universal is a foolish act that is detrimental to the investigation.
As a result, he summoned him to accept responsibility for him and identify, with precise names and reliable evidence, which former police directors have been involved in the acts of corruption that he irresponsibly attributes to them. In this regard, he stated that he is willing to have the Chamber of Accounts audit his management and assign responsibilities in the event of any irregularities.