John Harold Puelloex-policeman Colombia, a full live drama after he discovers that his identity has been replaced 454 times to commit criminal acts. For the past 3 years, the victim has sought help from the authorities without finding any solution.
“In 2015, when I was an active patrolman working in Campeche, I asked someone for documents and I realized that he was identifying all my details himself. He continues to arrest and then says that this is They bought the ID in Ecuador for 5,000 dollars,” said the ex-policeman.
Four years later he began to realize that phone lines were appearing in his name. “In Claro, 143 lines. Then he came to Movistar, 217. Then I came to Tigo and I found myself with 94 and in Wom more than 20 lines”, he explained.
As if that wasn’t enough, crooks use your identity to commit scams in your name. In addition, they have even achieved traffic tickets registered in Neiva, a city that “never been”.
“Recently, I found out that a transport company seized a package sent in my name from Cali to San Andrés. Some of them went shoes full of marijuana. That’s in the hands of my lawyer,” he said.
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Harold showed a “Noticias Caracol” desk full of petitions and complaints in the Prosecutor’s Office, but he declares that nothing works and that one of the investigations was recently archived.
“I couldn’t work. Honestly, what I ask of the authorities is that they listen to me and help me a lot. I go to bed relaxed because I don’t know what day the police will come kicking down my door with an arrest warrant thinking I’m a bandit.” said the very disappointed man.
This situation has not allowed Harold to find a stable job, since his identity is always used. He fears that he will become an indelible stain, but above all he asks that “his case is not another piece of news”.
“I am putting myself forward, I make myself fully available to the competent authorities so that they are the ones who confirm that I am working legally and that I have earned my livelihood from day to day,” he said in his words quit.