Two executives of financial company DMG Tuesday were sentenced to more
than four years in jail and a fine of US$90 thousand for money
The judge accepted the deal made between the Prosecution and executives Margarita Pabón and Daniel Angél Rueda. The sentence is lower than could be imposed by the judge, because the former DMG bosses agreed to cooperate with justice.
According to prosecution evidence, Angél was in charge of DMG director David Murcia’s VIP relations and the occulting of money gained in the company. He was also in charge of investing the money in property abroad.
Margarita Pabón was Murcia’s previous lawyer and in charge of the finances of the company.
The Attorney General asked to grant the two executives extreme security measures to prevent any retaliations for their plea agreements.