Five defendants in the Coral corruption case sent to Najayo jail


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Feb 20, 2019

Five of the six accused in the Operation Coral military-police-religious corruption case were sent on the early morning of 12 May 2021 to the Najayo men and women jails. The six are accused of facilitating the detouring of more than RD$3 billion in public funds and of asset laundering, regarding primarily the Presidential Specialized Security Corps (Cusep) and the Touristic Specialized Security Corps (Cestur).

On Monday, 10 May 2021, Judge Kenya Romero had ordered Major General Adán Cáceres Silvestre, police colonel Rafael Núñez de Aza and Navy sergeant Alejandro José Montero Cruz men and Tanner Antonio Flete Guzmán to serve jail at the Najayo Correction and Rehabilitation Center – Men’s. Likewise, pastor Rossy Guzmán, mother of Tanner Antonio Flete Guzmán, was sent to Najayo Correction and Rehabilitation Center – Women’s.

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