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Swedish Ola Bini will remain in custody in Ecuador

Ola Bini was arrested at the airport in Quito on april 11, when he was on his way to Japan to train martial arts. An ecuadorian court has decided that the Bini would be detained for 90 days. The swede has appealed the decision but the night on Friday, Swedish time, rejected the right of his request, the newspaper El Telégrafo.

has not been entirely clear. According to the minister of the interior María Paula Romo to the swede in cooperation with two Russian hackers have been involved in an attempt to destabilize Ecuador. Newspaper El Comercio reported in connection with the arrest that he was suspected of hacking attempts.

During the nearly three hour long hearing set Ola Bini with the handcuffs. The three judges deliberated and then just as long but was not unanimous. With two votes against a received Bini told that he would be restored to Inca prison in Quito.

the Ruling means that Ola Bini can remain in custody for up to 70 days before the judiciary will take the next decisions if they are to be instituted a prosecution or not.

In a comment in a press release of the ruling, "says Ola Binis lawyer Carlos Soria:

" We can't allow that Ecuador will remain like this, a state that persecutes people on the basis of the books they read, the technological gadgets they own, or simply because they have friends that are considered incorrect.

In the right was Sweden, too, by the vice-ambassador Frida Zaric to comply with the legal process.

both in and outside of Ecuador, including on the grounds that Ola Bini is a friend of Julian Assange arrested in London only a few hours before Bini was arrested in Ecuador.

President Lenín Moreno has accused the swede to work with Wikileaks, along with founder Julian Assange. Both Binis lawyer that his parents have rejected the data if he has anything with Wikileaks to do.

" He is a personal friend of Julian Assange, he is not a member of Wikileaks, and to be friends with someone is not a crime – not to have a computer in his home, said his lawyer, Carlos Soria to the Reuters news agency in connection with the arrest in april.

Ola Binis parents are on site in Ecuador and, in collaboration with the son's lawyers helped with the appeal if omhäktningen. In an open letter to the Swedish ministry of foreign affairs, the parents have demanded that the foreign MINISTRY is acting against the authorities in Ecuador.

they are evidence that the authorities have put forward during the first häktningsförhandlingen that is designed and fabricated.

On 23 april called UD up Ecuador's ambassador in Stockholm, and requested answers about both the accusations and the legal process.

Ola Bini has lived in the Ecuador for five years and wrote on Twitter on 10 april that he would fly to Japan to participate in a training.

the Detainee the hearts of swedes parents require to MFA acting

International open letter to the Video:: take action for imprisoned Ola Bini

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