Former Venezuelan treasurer charged with accepting millions in Miami corruption case

A former Venezuelan national treasurer and her husband accepted massive bribes from a politically connected billionaire who paid them through U.S. bank accounts so he could gain access to the government’s lucrative currency exchange system, according to a new federal criminal case filed in Miami.Former Venezuelan treasurer Claudia Patricia Diaz Guillen, a former naval officer, and her husband, Adrian Velasquez Figueroa, a former presidential security guard, were charged Friday with accepting tens of millions of dollars from the billionaire, Raul Gorrin, in a foreign corruption and money launde…

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