DominicanToday.com - Dutch and Dominican prosecutors met Monday morning to discuss the investigation of a fraud of more than 100 million Euros allegedly laundered in the country.
The European officials met with the Justice Ministry’s money laundering unit chief German Miranda on how to proceed. He refused to provide details on the fraud, but pledged to talk to the press after the meeting. “At the end of the meeting with the Dutch I’m going to speak with you and tell you, prior the agreement with them, what the fraud consists of.”
Although the case has been handled discretely the departments investigate it was learned that just last week several searches were conducted and two Dutch were repatriated.
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From: United States, far S. Florida (formerly Santo Domingo)
Poor Dutchmen, they should have known better and paid off the right guys at the TOP. They would still be living well in the DR. Guess they got too GREEDY, sound familiar? For 10K Euro, they could have bought new Dominican identities/citizenship and would have never been found. for 25K Euro they could get a Gov. funcionario job, even if they could speak a bit of Spanish, that would pay them $5+K USD/mo. Greed ..I tell you ...it is the downfall of many good men!
From: United States, Santo Domingo -- Mia --NY
Without high level ranking people involved, I don't think it is possilbe to have Euro $"100 M" fraud.,
I really like to see the "SOAP OPERA" and to know the story, or faked story, or how people going to "B.S" again.......
Guys, Euro $ 100 M., I just can not picture the scenario of the fraud............