Santo Domingo, R.D.
The Attorney General’s Office has authorized the search for the assets of 22 people known as “Operation Medusa”, where they are seeking to arrest Jean-Alain Rodriguez.
At 6:15 pm yesterday, Judge Kenya Romero, coordinator of the National District Permanent Attention Courts, authorized the trials.
The search request was made by Wilson Camacho, Pepco’s attorney in charge.
The following is a list of persons who have been tested by the Attorney General’s Office.
Jean-Alain Rodriguez, Rafael Antonio Mercedes Tuesday, Alfredo Alexander Solado Augusto, Rafael Stefano Kane Sacco, Javier Alejandro Fortesa Ibra, Jonathan Joel Rodriguez Impert, Jenny Marte Pen, Alejandro Martin Rosa Lance, Braulio Michael Batista Reyes, Maria Josephina Azhar Thias and Johannathan Launders Medina Reyes.
Further Altacrecia Gillan Footwear, Jonathan Joel Rodriguez Impert, Miguel Jose Moya, Javier Alejandro Fortesa Ibra, Amelia Isabel Escano, Mercedes Camillia Salceto Tisla, Jenny Marte Pen, Ronnie Raphael Corporan, Francis Ramirez Moreno, Ney Ernoldo Cagavelli Guevara y Altacrecia Gillan Footwear.
For their work, public prosecutors were empowered to extract data from electronic devices found in the homes of those individuals, and as the newspaper was able to confirm, implement the opinions of experts in the National Police Inasif and Dictat.
Miguel Jos டி de Moya, who served as an adviser to the Attorney General’s Office during the administration of Jean-Alain Rodriguez, was arrested by the Public Ministry this morning for corruption and other offenses.
These works have been designed in what is known as “Operation Medusa”, launched yesterday by the Special Advocate for the Persecution of Administrative Corruption (PEPCA), with the support of the Directorate of Public Harassment.
During the operation, Rafael Antonio Mercedes Mart, head of the Attorney General’s Office’s accounting department, was also arrested.
Also arrested in the operation were Altacracia Gillan Calzado, who served as the executive deputy director of the Attorney General’s Office, and Javier Alejandro Fortesa Ibra, the company’s director of information technology.