Security says he heard Ihor’s screams while hanging out with other security guards and SEF inspectors on Foreign Service and Borders

Ana Lobo, a Prestibel security officer who spent the night March 11-12 at the Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF) temporary installation center (CIT) where Ihor Homenyuk died, told the court that during the Intervention of the three defendants heard screams from the citizen for at least 10 minutes. But he also said that he heard Ihor’s screams when the other two security guards, Paulo Pimenta and Manuel Correia, were alone with Ihor Homenyuk for three to five minutes. PJ Ana Lobo had previously reported hearing screams from the room while the defendants were there without specifying how long they lasted, but she had not mentioned this to the security guards.