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CC | Allegations of forgery in Campo Alegre case unveil preconceived plan

HomeLandenCuraçaoCC | Allegations of forgery in Campo Alegre case unveil preconceived plan

WILLEMSTAD – John Loth, the legal representative of Wilshire Advisors Ltd, has formally accused Heiko de Jong, the chief public prosecutor, of forgery in connection to the Campo Alegre case.

A local Dutch newspaper asserts having obtained documents confirming that the complaint was officially acknowledged by the Office of the Public Prosecutor General in November.

The roots of this complaint trace back to De Jong’s 2020 request to seize Campo Alegre. Loth argues that the chief public prosecutor deliberately furnished misleading information to substantiate the seizure request.

In the official request submitted to the judge, De Jong asserted that Campo was ’empty and unguarded,’ further noting, “As a result, many thefts occur.” The complaint contends that both statements were ‘falsely recorded,’ with Loth emphasizing that they are ‘even downright incorrect.’

According to the documents disclosed in the complaint, Campo was allegedly leased to Tourrec Corporation NV, a recently established entity with a specific focus on revenue generation, in November 2020. Loth also asserts the existence of 24-hour surveillance at the premises of the former brothel.

The seizure of Campo, previously undertaken by Bart Verhage of Wilshire Advisors, was lifted in mid-April, allowing the Public Prosecutor’s Office to proceed with its measures without impediment. Wilshire had a debt of at least 14 million to the government. At that juncture, the Public Prosecutor’s Office envisioned a public auction of the former brothel to utilize the proceeds for repaying the government debt.

In response, Loth, in his complaint, contends that it is unequivocally established that the government itself acquired Campo during the auction, thereby indicating a preconceived plan, as alleged by the lawyer.

Bron: Curacao Chronicle

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