They were held in a cell 27 feet long and 7 feet wide, with no ventilation or windows, temperatures soaring to 40 degrees, as they took turns to sleep, and thus received “a slight draft of air” flowing through the door rails, thus Miguel José Moya described the prison nights with seven People involved in the alleged corruption case that was exposed after the so-called “Operation Medusa”.
“It’s a very dramatic confinement experience,” Moya said. “You’re there with 7 people with different personalities and different personalities and different ways of interacting with that environment,” he added in an interview with the morning radio program El Sol de la Mañana broadcast by Zol 106.5.
José Moya expressed his optimism, thanked the experience and stated that he realized, one by one, that those who accompanied him in the cell accepted the reality they were living in, including ex-lawyer Rodriguez, the only person he had been in contact with before.
He declared, “Understanding that you are a prisoner, and being a prisoner means that we must submit to the limitations of this situation with dignity and acceptance and take in what this experience offers.”
For just over two weeks, former lawyer Jean-Alain Rodriguez was held, along with Rafael Antonio Mercedes Marti, a former accounting official, and Alfredo Alexander Solano Augusto, who served as financial director, in Ciudad Nueva’s pre-trial prison.
There was also Javier Alejandro Fortezza Ibarra, Director of Technology; Jonathan Josel Rodriguez Imbert, Managing Director; Jenny Mart Peña, Project Director, and Altagracia Guillén Calzado, Deputy Administrative and Financial Director.
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