The Prosecutor General is considering David Murcia’s proposal that he provide a list of politicians and officials who allegedly received money from DMG, in exchange for his mother’s immunity from prosecution.
Murcia, who is currently on trial for allegedly leading a ponzi scheme and laundering money for drug lords, met with Prosecutor General Mario Iguarán last Tuesday to discuss his proposal.
He told the Prosecutor General that he would be willing to hand over the list of dozens
of politicians, lawmakers and public officials who allegedly benefited
financially from DMG, in exchange for a judicial pardon for his mother, who was arrested for
The former DMG director claims he has evidence of the money paid to numerous officials.
The Prosecutor General will examine the proposal from a legal perspective to determine if it is possible. He warned that a possible settlement would not alter the current case against Murcia.