translated from Spanish: Court reviews former Army commander-in-chief Juan Manuel Fuente-Alba

On this Friday morning, a review hearing of injunctions was launched by General (R) of the Army, Juan Miguel Fuente-Alba, former commander-in-chief of the institution, formalized for the crime of laundering assets with the millionaires of reserved funds for intelligence.
On his arrival at the Santiago Justice Center, he did not issue statements.
The ex-uniform was formalized on 20 June after four years of inquest, in parallel with the cause of military justice, in which he was prosecuted on 14 February.
On that occasion, the high-complexity prosecutor of the Metropolitan Prosecutor’s Office Center Norte, José Morales, stated that the tax damage amounts to $2.98billion as of 2014.
Fuente-Alba remains at large after the Martial Court on 21 August was granted to him by the Court of Martial, after six months in detention after being prosecuted by the minister on visit, Romy Rutherford, for embezzlement of public charges for illicit use of reserved expenses, for $3 billion.
After his release was decreed, prosecutor José Morales requested a hearing for today to review the precautionary measures, where he could apply for pre-trial detention.
Since Fuente-Alba’s defense, it has been insisted that the expense and revenue of the former commander-in-chief of the Army is the result of his work and not the embezzlement of public money, so they will try to document it.

Original source in Spanish

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