The young man accused of threatening one of President Uribe’s sons via Facebook, on Tuesday accepted the charge of incitement to commit a crime in order to stay on parole.
The man, Nicolas Castro, reached a preliminary agreement with the Prosecutor General’s Office which would allow him to remain on parole, although he must first admitted to the charges before a judge of guarantees.
The agreement is due to be signed on Wednesday, in the prison of La Picota, where Castro has been held for more than 20 days, reported news station W Radio.
With regard to the threat case against Uribe’s son which occured several weeks ago, prosecutors indicated that Castro used Facebook to access information about the Uribe family. Servers in the United States managed to locate the IP number which corresponded to a computer owned by Nicolas Castro.