The Nule cousins’ court hearing was postponed for a third time Thursday because their lawyer took a trip out of the country.
It was expected that the prosecutor general would make formal accusations against the Nule cousins for fraud, misrepresentation, bribery, and embezzelment of more than $45 million through major public works projects in Bogota.
A Bogota judge called the postponement of the indictment a “delay tactic,” and explained that the court “is administering justice, we are not selling a spectacle or anything like it in this courtroom…understand this for the next time, and if you dont comply, I must take appropriate action about it. “
The hearings are scheduled to resume on July 18.
The Nule Group is implicated in the corruption scandal involving the bribery of public officials to be granted public works projects in the Colombian capital.