PJ extends the investigation against Gregorio Santos for money laundering for another 24 months

PJ extends the investigation against Gregorio Santos for money laundering for another 24 months

The First Preparatory Investigation Court of the National Superior Court extended for another 24 months the preparatory investigation against the former regional president of , for the crime of money laundering.

In this way, the jurisdictional body declared the requirement of the Prosecutor’s Office, which had requested 36 months to complete the investigations, partially founded.

In its resolution, the court considered that it has been possible to identify that various procedures are still pending, including two skills and obtaining information on an effective collaboration agreement.

“Regarding the argument raised by the Public Ministry, in the sense that a 36-month extension of the preparatory investigation is required to complete the pending procedures, it is dismissed, since said proposed term is excessive to exhaust the same, given that the two missing expertises would have already been initiated during the course of the ordinary term of the preparatory investigation, that is why, for its complete exhaustion, 24 months would be required “the court noted.

As it is recalled, Santos Guerrero is investigated by leading a criminal organization within the Regional Government of Cajamarcawhich would have obtained profits from the public administration, made up of public officials and figureheads.

It should be noted that last January the The Judiciary sentenced Gregorio Santos to 19 years in prison (9 for the crime of aggravated collusion and 10 for money laundering) for irregularities committed when he served as regional governor of Cajamarca.

The Collegiate Criminal Court of the National Superior Court also sentenced others involved, such as Mario Montes Samaniego, who received 16 years in prison; Antonio Medina Centurión and Mario Cueva Carranza, who were sentenced to 7 years.

Likewise, César Marcelo Estela Castañeda was sentenced to 6 years in prison and Maritza Ayala Sínchez received 8 years in prison. While, Santos Guerrero was disqualified from holding public office for 3 years and 8 months.

Similarly, the court imposed ancillary consequences of suspension of activities to the companies Constructora Aterpa Sucursal Perú, Project Construction SAC, Industrial Gráfica San Remo SAC and others.

According to the ruling, Gregory Santos negotiated and obtained the payment of 5 million 285 thousand 800.52 soles, equivalent to 7.5% of the total cost of the road rehabilitation works that GORE Cajamarca contracted with the Peruvian branch of the Brazilian construction company in 2011.


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