Mexico City Scholar Monica Ramirez Bernal appeared before the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) today to investigate organized crime and money laundering, a 24 244 million fund raised by the Conset Science Consultative Forum and Technology (FGR). CCT).
The applied mathematician, accompanied by his lawyer, arrived at the premises of the Special Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime (FEMDO) shortly before 11:00 a.m. and left two hours later. Ramirez and his bodyguard did not speak to the press, neither on arrival nor on departure.
The former official was summoned for the first time to testify before Femdu, and his appearance actually took place at 11 a.m. last Tuesday.
However, this was not implemented at the time because one of the people in charge of the investigation folder had alleged symptoms of Covid 19 and was sent for testing.
That same Tuesday afternoon, after the study, the corona virus was rejected and the academic appointment was rescheduled for this Friday.
Over the past two days, former FCCT coordinator and founder Julia Tegina Porga and Patricia Zyga Sandjas, respectively, have appeared before Femido.
Also, Jose de Jesus Franco Lopez and Gabriela Duterte Bellus, who also served as the forum’s coordinator.
All of them reserved the right to testify and requested a copy of the interrogation so that they could prepare their statement in writing.
The FGR has maintained that 31 academics, scientists and former officials formed a criminal organization to launder money, as the forum illegally received 244 million rupees from January 2013 to June 2014.
The FGR’s theory is based on the fact that the forum was formed as a civil association before a notary, outside the framework of the Consortium and three months before the rules governing it were established.
The prosecutor’s office tried to obtain an arrest warrant against the accused on two occasions, but first the controlling judge returned the file and in the second he refused the arrest warrant due to lack of evidence. The judge ruled that the treatments were legal, as they were provided for under different rules and regulations.