The indictments are for crimes of breach of official duties, five crimes of fraud, and one crime of facilitating money laundering.
The Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) admitted the financial request and issued arrest warrants against those involved in the “Narcopolitics II” case presented by the Specialized Fiscal Unit Against Corruption Networks (Uferco) that pointed to some former officials.
The spokesperson of the CSJ, Carlos Silva, said that it has been confirmed that the tax request has been presented, and therefore, its admission was given, when it was admitted, by the Judge of the Court of Corruption Matters, who had already admitted the corresponding arrest warrants.
“Once the orders are implemented, they must be brought before the Court of First Instance in matters of corruption so that the hearing for the declaration of the accused can take place,” he explained.
Likewise, he stated that the accusations are for crimes of violation of official duties, five crimes of fraud, and one crime of facilitating money laundering.
Therefore, the security agencies already have the arrest warrants and should start the corresponding work to kill them. When the accused is arrested, they must be brought before the Judge.
Currently, Silva explained, there is no voluntary presentation of those mentioned in the corruption case, but two accused women have already presented their defense.
Those involved in the “Narcopolitics II” case are: the former director of the Road Fund, Hugo Alfredo Ardon Soriano; the former head of technical management, Elder Jacobo Gomez Gavarrete; his former assistant, Iris Maria Sarmiento Ferreira; the owner manager of INRIMAR company, Devis Leonel Rivera Maradiaga; and his legal representatives, Nohelia Mercedes Pacheco Murillo, as well as his sister, Irza Fané Pacheco Murillo, legal representative of the supervisory company Arquitectura, Diseo y Comunicación S. de RL (ARDIQCO). PC/Hondurian