Tico pilla'o covered in banknotes is sentenced to 64 months in prison

The Specialized Prosecutor for Drug-Related Crimes, through testimonial, documentary and expert evidence, managed to prove Correa’s criminal responsibility with the facts, which led the members of the Trial Court to issue the conviction unanimously.

Panama- The Costa Rican Alejandro Jose Correa, was sentenced to pay 64 months in prison (5 years and 4 months), for a oral trial advanced in the province of Chiriquí, for the crime of money laundering.

The Specialized Prosecutor for Drug-Related Crimes, through testimonial evidence, documentaries and expert achievement prove responsibility criminal of Correa with the facts, which led to the members of the trial court to issue the conviction so unanimous.

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The fact that it was sentenced strap it happened on February 4, 2020, when it was Surprised por apeople from the National Border Service, in a route bus with $9,699 cash, attached to his body (like a mule).

Correa got nervous Y raised suspicions between the uniformed, during a Routine review at checkpoint from San Isidro in step canoes, close to the border between Panama and Costa Rica, so applied a personal verification, locating the money which one could not justify its origin.

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