The chief prosecutor of Santiago, Osvaldo Bonillahighlighted the strength of the proceedings accusatory against 31 people prosecuted in the Falcon caseon money laundering from the drug trafficking.
The judicial official said that the accusatory document contains more than three thousand pieces of evidence, including materials, documentaries, expert reports and testimonials.
Bonilla was confident that the courts “will bring down the full weight of the law” to those responsible for engaging in criminal activities typical of organized crime.
The accusation, with over 4,000 pageswas deposited next Wednesday at midnight in the Judicial Office of Permanent Attention Services.
The Public ministry requests the definitive confiscation of more than 150 movable and immovable propertyincluding villas, apartments, land and fuel stations, seized from the criminal organization through inter-agency interventions that the Prosecutor’s Office and the General Directorate for the Persecution of Crime Public ministry They were deployed in various provinces of the country, with the international cooperation of the United States Anti-Narcotics Agency (DEA).
In addition, it requests the confiscation of more than 400 million pesos and five million dollars that were seized and frozen in bank accounts and through raids.
The dismantling of the criminal network occurred in 2021 through dozens of raids.