A Bogotá judge sent the prosecution back to the drawing board Monday morning after
rejecting its formulation of charges against David Murcia, director of
suspected money launderer and pyramid scheme DMG.
Murcia meanwhile released an 18-point statement wherein he announced he is in the process of restarting his commercial activities in both Colombia and abroad through.
The trial will be resumed later Monday.
Murcia is on trial for alleged money laundering for drug cartels. He insists his business — allowing investors prepaid cards with which they could later buy goods in DMG stores for a market value well over the invested money — was legitimate.