After the delivery of the Incoop report, several drug loans illegally delivered by the San Cristóbal Cooperative under the presidency of former deputy Juan Carlos Ozorio became known. The credits were granted to 12 partners investigated in the operation A Ultranza Py and reach a total of G. 43,910 million. They would be part of a washing scheme.
All these data appear in the report of more than 400 pages signed by the President of Incoop, Pedro Loblein. The report revealed a list of 12 partners investigated in A Ultranza Py, thus confirming that former deputy Juan Carlos Ozorio used the San Cristóbal Cooperative to carry out drug money laundering operations.
At the top of the list is Juan Carlos Ozorio himself, charged and imprisoned for money laundering and drug trafficking. Ozorio agreed to a credit for discounting checks for G. 18,740 million, appearing in the Incoop report serious irregularities in the granting.
In second place is the fugitive narco-pastor José Insfrán, investigated for drug trafficking and money laundering. Insfrán carried out 44 operations for G. 4,400 million over 5 years, violating credit regulations and manuals, and also left an important credit unpaid.
In third place is Juan Carlos Britos, who was an official in deputies until the beginning of the investigations of A Ultranza Py and then resigned. Britos was the right-hand man and driver of former deputy Juan Carlos Ozorio and agreed to G. 4,259 million irregular credits
In fourth place is Cinthia Edith Cáceres, linked to the narco-pastor through the company El Porvenir, who accessed illegal credits for a total value of G. 3,911 million. Cinthia Edith was also an official of the Supreme Court of Justice until 2016 and left a significant debt.
Fifth place is occupied by José Mauricio Ozorio Admen, son of nothing more and nothing less than the former president of San Cristóbal, Juan Carlos Ozorio. José Mauricio carried out 44 illegal credit operations for G. 3,323 million from 2019 to 2022, violating all credit regulations.
In sixth place is Yolanda Ignacia Insfrán, sister of narco-pastor José Insfrán. She carried out 21 illegal credit operations for a total amount of G. 1,974 million from 2018 to 2020. Yolanda is charged and investigated within the framework of A Ultranza Py.
In seventh place is Jocilene Odorito with G. 1,914 million irregular credits. On the other hand, in eighth place is Aníbal Estigarribia with G. 1,700 million, both linked to the narco-pastor José Insfrán.
In ninth place is the brother of the narco-pastor, this is Conrado Ramón Insfrán arrested in the operation A Ultranza Py in February 2022. Conrado carried out 28 operations with his brother’s checks for a total value of G. 1,587 million.
Then follows Magno D. Deleon with G. 900 million credits, Livia Ruthy Alderete with G. 800 million and finally Milciades Ramírez with G. 400 million, all linked to the narco-pastor Insfrán and the company La Siembra. In addition, Livia appears as an official of the Supreme Court of Justice until 2021.
The data appears in the report signed by the President of Incoop, Pedro Loblein. The document confirmed that former deputy Juan Carlos Ozorio used the San Cristóbal Cooperative to launder dirty money from drug trafficking using the following modality; the drug partner delivered a sum x (eg USD 100,000) to Ozorio. This in exchange granted a credit of USD 80,000 to the partner. The difference USD 10,000 was left for the cooperative and for Ozorio USD 10,000 of commission.
Let us remember that Juan Carlos Ozorio resigned in March 2022 from his positions as deputy and president of the Coop. San Cristóbal, after audio leaks that link him to an organization that was in charge of producing cocaine and marijuana to sell them to the Vermelho Command of Brazil.
Drug traffickers and dirty money have penetrated the financial system and also the cooperatives. Now it is confirmed that they even messed with the money of the savers of the San Cristóbal Cooperative to launder assets through drug loans.