Friday, June 2, 2023

Alejandro Toledo: The judge refuses to consider the request for preventive detention in the case of Odebrecht

Alejandro Toledo received and laundered US$35 million from Odebrecht, according to the tax thesis. Photo: diffusion

He said no. Alejandro Toledo, the former president, is still responding to the removal of justice in Peru. Now the Judiciary rejects the request of the Prosecutor’s Office to order a preventive detention measure for the simple appearance that was given, with others involved, for the crimes of money laundering and embezzlement in the Odebrecht case.

In fact, through social networks, the Judiciary reported that Judge Ricardo Concepcion Carhuancho decided not to admit the request of the Public Ministry for preventive detention due to lack of access.

Likewise, the police warned that preventive detention, as well as the variation of the simple type of preventive detention, “are different legal institutions” and “different requirements and methods of demanding, which cannot be corrected or corrected or clarified by letters.”

However, despite dismissing the prosecutor’s request, Judge Concepcion Carhuancho kept the right of the Prosecutor’s Office to present a new request to explain “the central requirements for each defendant to guarantee the right of defense”.

Also on the docket are businessman Marcos de Moura Wanderley and former security chief Avraham Dan On, who are also being investigated for money laundering and collusion charges.

Alejandro Toletano is delaying his extradition

Alejandro Toledo, from the United States, is free on bail pending the resolution of an appeal filed by the defense, which is delaying the extradition process to be tried in Peru, having received awards from the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.

Earlier, La República reported that Toledo Manrique filed a new appeal in the courts to increase the extradition process, asking the Department of State and Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman.

Before the Court of the District of Columbia was the President’s “deprecation of precautionary measures and reparation” in which he alleged “weakness of security procedures” in the decision of the US Government to grant extradition.

Alejandro Toletano can provide system information

In mid-March, it was discovered that lawyers from the former president Alejandro Toledo’s Office of the Prosecutor had the opportunity to investigate the accounts in the Principality of Andorra, in which the payments were received from the settlement of the company Odebrecht. through discussions in the favor of this company.

Toledo would hand over this information, according to sources, once he was extradited “as a way to obtain legal benefits or to negotiate better prison conditions.”

In the Private Bank of Andorra and Credit Andorra, approximately 30 accounts were frozen for a total amount of 52.2 million in cash, money that had links to the payment of duties in Peru. The referee, Horacio Canepa, was about to teach, but he did not tell everything.

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