Colombia’s Inspector General asked authorities to allow the extradition of William Suarez, a former DMG partner, on charges of money-laundering.
The Inspector General official on the case announced on Monday that Suarez, along with other members of David Murcia Guzman’s DMG corporation, illegally transfered more than $2.2 million to a separate account, located in Miami, Florida which they, themselves controlled.
Allegedly the former partners, including Suarez, then bought several properties in the United States with the proceeds.
The IG stated that it was necessary for the National Government to decide on the extradition of Suarez and in accordance with Colombian law regarding the reparation of those people who were victims of the DMG money-laundering conspiracy. Their rights as victims must not be forsaken, emphasised the IG.