According to the Public Ministry, those involved in the Coral Operation 5G allegedly diverted intelligence funds, travel expenses and rations both in the Specialized Tourist Security Corps (CESTUR) and in the Presidential Security Corps (CUSEP).
The document details that in the Specialized Tourist Security Corps (CERTUR) the structure with the practice previously was made up of the accused General Juan Carlos Torres Robiou (a) D1, former director of the Specialized Tourist Security Corps 2014-2021, Colonel Carlos Augusto Lantigua Cruz (a) The Adjutant, former assistant to the Director and CESTUR table and rations manager, Colonel Miguel Alfredo Ventura Pichardo FARD (a) CT2, Head of the Intelligence Division, the latter being later replaced by Colonel Roberto Acevedo Tejada FARD ( a) Acevedo.
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“Within the budget of the Specialized Tourist Security Corps (CESTUR) there were annual allocations, which were disbursed monthly, destined to different expenses, among which are fuel, rations, per diem, intelligence expenses, among others. Upon the arrival of the accused General Juan Carlos Torres Robiou FARD (a) D1 at the direction of the Specialized Body for Tourist Security (CERTUR), on August 18, 2014 ”. It indicates that in Cestur it created its trust table 49, conformed as follows.
The document reveals that supposedly each of the members of the defendant’s trust desk, General Juan Carlos Torres Robiou FARD (a) D1, was assigned strategic positions where they administered funds and executed orders that allowed them to handle the funds at their discretion. institution resources.
“In the case of the accused Colonel Carlos Augusto Santigua Cruz FARD, who served as assistant to the Director General, the co-accused General Juan Carlos Torres Robiou FARD (a) D1, in addition to being the CESTUR table manager, he was immediately assigned the funds allocated to food rations to be distributed among the staff of police, military and similar members of the institution “, he explains
The prosecuting body reported that said funds were dispensed monthly to the Reserve bank account of the accused Colonel Carlos Augusto Lantigua Cruz.