Suspected money launderer and pyramid schemer DMG had informants in Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office and in the U.S. office of
international police organization Interpol, Caracol Radio reported
Telephone conversations between executives of DMG as broadcast by the radio station show how William Suarez, right hand man of DMG director David Murcia, is worried about investments made in the U.S., because someone at Interpol had said that the DEA was trying to frame DMG.
“The information they gave us is trustworthy, because it comes from very serious people, they are high officials of Interpol that tell us they [the DEA] are investigating us,” the DMG executive said.
In another conversation, Suarez told Murcia’s wife Johanna Ivette León that he had been “checking with the Prosecutor general’s Office” about the arrest warrant for Murcia.