The Perreme deputy Miguel Gutiérrez was arrested on the Miami International Airport six months and 6 days in the past, a incontrovertible fact that occurred throughout his arrival on a flight from the Dominican Republic, accused of belonging to a transnational drug trafficking community that operated within the Dominican Republic, Colombia and USA.
Four days after his arrival, he heard the accusation of the United States Attorney’s Office, which hyperlinks him along with the brothers Endy de Jesús and Danny Núñez Mármol. Later, the deputy’s brother, Miguel Emilio Gutiérrez Díaz, was arrested when he arrived in Miami from the Dominican Republic on a industrial flight, stated a press release from the National Drug Control Directorate (DNCD).
The consultant was elected by Santiago as essentially the most voted candidate: he obtained 21,177 votes. In that first listening to, he pleaded “not guilty” to the accusations in opposition to him and the Prosecutor for the Southern District of Florida determined to delay the trial, and argued that Assistant United States Attorney Ellen D’Angelo, in control of the case, requested for extra time to arrange the trial.
“At least a four-month extension is necessary to properly complete the discovery and prepare the case for trial,” detailed the Prosecutor’s Office in its movement introduced to the court docket.
So far, the Chamber of Deputies has not begun any course of aimed toward stripping the consultant of Santiago of turmeric.