Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office Tuesday heard Bogotá Ombudsman
Francisco Rojas Birry about his suspected ties to alleged money
Local media reported the Ombudsman was interrogated for 4 hours and needed to answer 40 questions about money he allegedly received from DMG in exchange for support for the company suspected of money laundering.
According to Caracol Radio, the anti-corruption prosecutor in charge of the investigation says to have enough evidence to prove Rojas Birry is guilty of illicit enrichment.
The Prosecution is investigating the Ombudsman’s bank records to find more evidence that could lead to the sentencing of the Bogotá human rights defender.