The operation was led by the Colombian National Police in cooperation with a Venezuelan intelligence agency, where surveillance activities, support of technical equipment, and control of communications were conducted on the criminal organization.
Financial implications: Authorities conducted asset recovery activities on all the property and front companies used for money laundering in Colombia, where B. R. had established a significant illegal financial wealth.
Asset recovery activities applied on properties located in the North Valley and Bogota (Colombia).
Tracking equipment and management of persons with access to the target.
The authorities conducted asset recovery activities over all the property and front companies used for money laundering in Colombia where B. R. had established a significant illegal financial wealth.
- Provision of defendant’s identification documents and fingerprints, INTERPOL red notice, order of extradition and national arrest warrant.
- Exchange of information through real-time communication, coordination meetings in Colombia and Venezuela, control of movement of people close to the target.
- International Cooperation Channels: The exchange of information was conducted through the Latin American and Caribbean Community Police Intelligence (CLACIP).
- One individual was extradited to the United States of America.
The trial is ongoing in the United States of America