SANTO DOMINGO.- Deputy Attorney General Wilson Camacho revealed this Wednesday that the accusation that the Public Ministry will present against those involved in administrative corruption in Operation Coral will include new defendants and companies.
The head of the Specialized Prosecutor’s Office for the Persecution of Administrative Corruption (Pepca) stated that “this accusation, as we did, in the Anti-Octopus Operation, is going to bring new people involved, new legal entities, companies involved.”
“When this accusation is deposited, it will be seen why the Public Ministry takes all the time necessary to fully present the structures that participate in these operations in the accusations,” he added.
He said that Operation Coral will not be the exception, since “when we present the accusation, it will be possible to see how completely all those involved in this operation will have to sit on the bench of the accused to answer for their actions.”
Camacho referred to the case when answering questions from the press at the Ciudad Nueva Palace of Justice, after learning of an amparo action in one of the processes carried out by Pepca.
The deputy prosecutor assured that the Public Ministry works, as always, “day and night”, to present the accusation of Operation Coral within the terms established by the norm.
Regarding the question of an eventual merger of the Coral and Coral 5G operations, Camacho said that it is a possibility that is still on the table.
Last January, the First Investigating Court granted a period of 60 days to the Public Ministry to present the formal accusation of the case involving Major General Adán Cáceres Silvestre, Rossy Guzmán Sánchez (La Pastora), police corporal Tanner Antonio Flete Guzmán ( the nun’s son), Police Colonel Rafael Núñez de Aza and Army Sergeant Alejandro José Montero Cruz, as well as Army Major Raúl Alejandro Girón Jiménez.