Resigned from the police chief in Chile
September 2 2011
“I have estimated to stay apart, and have asked the President my resignation. I talked to him and he accepted it. So to the knowledge of all, I will now devote more time to myself and myrecovery,” Gordon said following a meeting with the president at La Moneda, in which he denied all charges against him.
The police chief’s fate was sealed. On Thursday, Interior Minister, Rodrigo Hinzpeter, had asked the police to “do get a detailed report refering about the truth or falsity of the information that has appeared.”
The journalistic reporting done in 2010 says that General Gordon intervened to protect her son, asking to remove his son’s name from the traffic ticket after it collided with a vehicle andgave the leak. The private Center for Information andInvestigative Journalism (Ciper) delivers a report which shows the two tickets, the original and the adulterated.
The complaint, which aggravates the Chilean police force in a clear crisis, after finding that the bullet that killed the boy in 10 years last week in protest, was from the police.
The teenager’s death investigated by the military justice system,led to the expulsion of nine policemen, including five officers and the gunman.