WILLEMSTAD–Court summonses were sent out in the criminal investigation against Robbie’s Lottery owner R. dos S. and his companies dubbed “Bientu” (Wind). The probe has been taking place for some time now under the authority of the Prosecutor’s Office in Curaçao with the assistance of the Intelligence and Investigation Team TIO of the Tax Accountants Office BAB, into money laundering, forgery and tax evasion.
The prosecution filed charges against the lottery boss and three legal entities. The latter are accused of having committed tax fraud and forgery.
Dos S. is suspected of possession of a firearm, committing forgery, money laundering and tax evasion in the sphere of sales tax, profit tax and income tax. All four suspects were also charged with having participated in an organisation that has as purpose to commit crimes.
The final case file is ready and subpoenas were issued. During the pre-trial review on October 23 of this year, the defence and the prosecutor will have the opportunity to bring forward what they still need for their preparation, such as interviewing witnesses. If the Court agrees with these requests, a magistrate will be appointed for the implementation.
The handling of the case content itself is scheduled for March, 2016.
Great Bay, where the meetings were being held. When I got there, I enjoyed complimentary coffee, from the casino as I stalked my prey 🙂
Leroy de Weever, that hater, spotted me and snitched me out……..
Hence, the appearance of the police.
Who politely escorted me off the premises, and explained to me that they had certain members of the press “assigned” to take photos.
Let me point out, that the police were very polite and professional.
These photos did come out really great,
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