With strict police control around the Collipulli Prison Court, at 9:00 a.m. Friday morning, a trial of the formalization of the four carabineros involved in Camilo Catrillanca's death began.
On Thursday night, police officers placed a papal fence on the court's perimeter, where several neighbors approached.
The four detainees were Sergeant Raúl Ávila and Carlos Alarcón, corporal Braulio Valenzuela and non-commissioner officers Patricio Sepúlveda, who were at risk of pretrial detention.
In the first example, relatives of community members who died on November 14 were unable to enter the room because of the limited space in the room. Judge Sandra Nahuelcura did not allow access to press to take photos.
Then, representatives of Judicial Power determine a one-hour and 15-minute rest period. The request was made by lawyer Alexander Schneider, to review in more detail the investigation folder of about 400 pages.
Now, it is expected that the level of participation of the former uniforms will be revealed. Accusations that count are murders, barriers to investigation and destruction of evidence.