Ex social program boss facing $139 million money laundering  probe

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Rafael Guardia Jaen. Former head pf the National Aid program (PAN)  is being investigated for the possible laundering of $139 million with  $42 million in a Swiss bank; $17 million, in Gand Cayman, and $ 80 million, in encrypted accounts in Miami, where, in addition, he has  have a $4 million mansion in Coral Gables, which would make him almost a neighbor of the $8.2 million house of Ricardo Martinelli.

The investigation followed an anonymous phone call to the Public Ministry, l. reports La Prensa

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