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Ecuadorean Vice President, Jorge Glas (2-R) is escorted back to the court room next to his lawyer Eduardo Franco Loor (R), during his habeas corpus hearing at the National Court of Justice in Quito on October 15, 2017.
Glas is kept in jail pending a criminal investigation into allegations he took $16 million in bribes from Brazil's Odebrecht, told AFP Saturday he is a victim of revenge by the construction giant. Glas on October 2 became the highest-ranking serving politician to go down as a suspected recipient of illegal kickbacks from the Brazilian group for helping it get public contracts.
 / AFP PHOTO / Juan Ruiz        (Photo credit should read JUAN RUIZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Ecuadorean Vice President, Jorge Glas (2-R) is escorted back to the court room next to his lawyer Eduardo Franco Loor (R), during his habeas corpus hearing at the National Court of Justice in Quito on October 15, 2017.
Glas is kept in jail pending a criminal investigation into allegations he took $16 million in bribes from Brazil's Odebrecht, told AFP Saturday he is a victim of revenge by the construction giant. Glas on October 2 became the highest-ranking serving politician to go down as a suspected recipient of illegal kickbacks from the Brazilian group for helping it get public contracts.
 / AFP PHOTO / Juan Ruiz        (Photo credit should read JUAN RUIZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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Glas: "Los inocentes no nos fugamos"

El vicepresidente suspendido de Ecuador Jorge Glas aseguró que la Fiscalía no cuenta con pruebas para acusarlo de corrupción más allá de las palabras de José Santos. Glas asegura que está preso por razones políticas.