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El principal pilar de Jean Alain lo lleva ante las barras de la justicia

The mainstay of Jean Alain leads him to the bars of justice

The plan to humanize the prison system was one of the mainstays of the four-year term of the former Prosecutor of the Republic, Jean-Alain Rodriguez.

However, this was what drove him to the preventive prison of the New City Palace of Justice with his lieutenants, for their involvement in the corruption network called Medusa.

This Thursday, Kenya National District Permanent Court Judge Romero, at 9:00 a.m., will hear a motion for coercive action against him and other charges, including protective confinement.

The plan was divided into two main axes: one focused on solving the problem of overcrowding and historical overcrowding in Dominican prisons, while the other focused on the treatment of inmates with the aim of their rehabilitation and reintegration into society, although both are closely related.

However, in this project developed by the Public Prosecution Office over the past four years from former President Danilo Medina (2016-2020), irregularities were committed in the procurement processes, which led to “fraud” and “economic bleeding in the treasury,” according to the Special Prosecutor’s Office Prosecuting Administrative Corruption (Pepca) and the Directorate of Persecution, headed by Wilson Camacho and Yeni Bernice Reynoso.

The 294-page file states that it is a “criminal act, with a prison system with overcrowding conditions of up to 800%, in some cases nearly R$10 billion invested and most of these resources invested without standards or distractions.”

Damage to the state
He adds that for the acquisition of furniture, equipment and electrical appliances, works were launched, without the completion of the works, the deliveries of which, as in voucher 4, from Las Barras, have done “great damage to the state, because it contains insurmountable construction vices.”

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The then Attorney General Alan Rodriguez presented the progress of the project to members of the National Prison Board during a meeting in which he asserted that it was designed to modify the reality of Dominican prisons, provide dignified and humane treatment to those deprived of their liberty, as stipulated in the Constitution, and end overcrowding, poor conditions and inhuman treatment.

“It is impossible to talk about rehabilitation and reintegration in such conditions. How do we encourage an individual to restore his dignity and value in society, if we do not treat him during his time in prison with the dignity or value we want to enhance once he leaves prison,” the former plaintiff explained to the members of the Board of Directors.

What he told the foreign media
The subject of the plan to humanize the prison system was taken up by the former attorney general in an interview with Efe in Mexico, highlighting that they allocated the money obtained from the Odebrecht case to it in sincere compliance with the law, but also covering a huge amount of money. With regard to respect for human rights and social reintegration.

Rodriguez said he succeeded in convincing Odebrecht to pay the country $184 million, as he also addressed the problem with the Mexican prison model for his country to invest in his country the money it recovered from the biggest corruption case in Latin America.

accusation
Pepca refers to Rafael Antonio Mercede Marte, who was in charge of accounting at the Attorney General’s Office, as being responsible for “the calculation and collection of the amounts in cash and that the companies are directly selected, and there is an apportionment with respect to the benefits by the selected business entities. .

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He also asserts that Alfredo Alexander Solano Augusto, along with Johantan Lundres Medina Reyes, who was in charge of the Procurement Department, had a reference to the “septic tanks” of the “Humanizing Prisons” project, while Amelia Essanio was in charge of procurement and recruitment, He was going to get the “medical equipment benefits”.

Prosecutors say Jenny Mart Peña, who is responsible for the project for the humanization plan of the prison system, would have received building benefits, alleging that all of this was decided by accused Rafael Stefano Cano Sacco.

Joel Rodriguez Imbert and Rafael Antonio Merced Martí are said to have benefited from the purchase of the uniform which was part of a humanization plan, and Alexandre Solano Augusto was told he had benefits in making the family.

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those involved.
In this corruption case, the defendants are also Miguel José Moya, who was an advisor to attorney Jean Alan Rodriguez during his tenure at the Public Prosecutor’s Office, and Javier Alejandro Fortezza Ibarra, Director of Information and Communication Technology (DTIC); Altagracia Guillén Calzado, who was Deputy Administrative and Financial Director.

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