Local November 23, 2021 | 8:52 am

Dominican generals deposited embezzled money in sacks

Santo Domingo.-  The military in the Coral 5G money laundering case moved large amounts of money in sacks to be deposited in banks and did business with people involved with drug trafficking suspect Micky López.

The statement is in the request of pretrial detention against Erasmo Roger Pérez Núñez, as part of a network, along with other people, bought lands for RD$14.4million by order of Maj. Gen. Adan Cáceres.

That money was carried in a sack and deposited in a bank located in La Vega.

The document establishes that Pérez Núñez bought from a person a piece of land located in La Vega for 45,000 pesos per tarea and had 320 tarea, but when making the transaction, he agreed with the seller to pay him a debt that he had with the farm from López, according to the statement of José María Abreu Molina and his wife, Gisela Hernández de Abreu, contained in the filing.

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Bob
November 23, 2021 9:06 am

Put the military mafia in large sacks and move them to prison !

Paul Tierney
November 23, 2021 9:17 am

……. and the banks asked nothing about the source of the money !!!!! The banks are facilitators of these laundering activities. If they say no, let them prove it.

JimW
November 23, 2021 10:16 am
Reply to  Paul Tierney

Agree with this statement. Banks know how dirty money enters the financial system, it’s no secret. If a bank allows someone to walk in with a sack of money and doesn’t question its origin or alert authorities, they’re just as guilty as anyone else in the chain.

hugh BATES
November 23, 2021 1:51 pm

Corruption everywhere !!!!!!