A U.S. federal prosecutor, together with the DEA and the New York
Police Department, filed charges against executives of suspected
Colombian money launderer DMG before a New York court.
According to the indictment, the executives are responsible for the washing of illegal American money that would end up on U.S. bank accounts.
The decision of U.S. justice to indict David Murcia, Margarita Pabón, William Suarez, Daniel Ángel, Lus Fernando Cediel and German Enrique Serranobrings the possible extradition of the DMG bosses one step closer.
A possible extradition request already was mentioned by U.S. ambassador to Bogotá William Brownfield who had said there were strong suspicions DMG broke U.S. law.