affirmed the Port's While Collars criminal organization indeed exists, and it is not a "badly-written script" as —
"I do not endorse nor agree with that opinion," Avalos told RPP TV and radio station.
"The (Port's) White Collars case is not a badly-written script," she stressed.
On the other hand, the Attorney General
highlighted the efforts undertaken by Callao region's prosecutors who uncovered the existence of this group accused of allegedly having committed corruption crimes and influence peddling within the justice administration institutions, such as Callao Superior Court and the National Council of the Magistracy (CNM)
—now renamed National Justice Board.
In July 2018, investigate site IDL-Reporteros released audio recordings, which contained unethical conversations involving CNM members, judges, businesspeople, and politicians from the Inca country. The revelations prompted a scandal in the justice system.
In this sense, Avalos indicated her office has ordered the creation of a special technical commission so it can listen and transcribe almost 20,000 CNM audio recordings that have not been analyzed yet.
Furthermore, the prosecutors in charge of the investigations will be able to choose the staff that will assist them in this task.
"I will not impose anything on them. (…) I will intend to provide all the support they need," she concluded.