Martinelli son in Miami court

 
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Luis Enrique Martinelli Linares, son of former president Ricardo Martinelli attended an Immigration Court hearing in of Miami, where he was arrested, last November, for being illegally in the country.

He was accompanied by his lawyers and his wife Melissa Garúz.. The closed hearing lasted was private and lasted took about 30 minutes.

Luis Enrique and his brother  Ricardo Alberto  Rica  Martinelli Linares were both arrested on November 20, 2018, since, as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) said at the time, their visas were revoked in 2017 and, Since then, they have been "illegally" in the country. They stayed more than 15 days in the Krome detention center, where a judge granted bail of  $1million each

Luis Enrique and his family habitually resident in Miami, at least since 2015. They have occupied an apartment in Icon Tower, on Brickell Ave., and the name of Luis Enrique has also been linked to a beachfront mansion in Key Biscayne, according to county public records.

The Panamanian Foreign Ministry formally requested the extradition of- the two brothers, to appear in different judicial processes in which they are required. The to face criminal proceedings for money laundering offenses, in the Odebrecht and Blue Apple cases.

Bullet dodging
Although they are not in Panama for years, both were nominated to the Central American Parliament a move which in Panama gives them freedom from prosecution until 15 days after the election. Luis Enrique is first on the list of the Alianza party, as alternate deputy of Héctor Valderrama ; Ricardo Alberto, as substitute for Carlos Outten number three on the Democratic Change list for Parlacen.

The Martinelli Linares brothers are required by anti-corruption prosecutors to face criminal proceedings for money laundering offenses, in the Odebrecht and Blue Apple cases.

Luis Enrique Martinelli Linares, son of former president Ricardo Martinelli attended an Immigration Court hearing in of Miami, where he was arrested, last November, for being illegally in the country.

He was accompanied by his lawyers and his wife Melissa Garúz.. The closed hearing lasted was private and lasted took about 30 minutes.

Luis Enrique and his brother  Ricardo Alberto  Rica  Martinelli Linares were both arrested on November 20, 2018, since, as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) said at the time, their visas were revoked in 2017 and, Since then, they have been "illegally" in theat country. They stayed more than 15 days in the Krome detention center, where a judge granted bail of the of $1 million each

Luis Enrique and his family habitually resident in Miami, at least since 2015. They have occupied an apartment in Icon Tower, on Brickell Ave., and the name of Luis Enrique has also been linked to a beachfront mansion in Key Biscayne, according to county public records.

The Panamanian Foreign Ministry formally requested the extradition of- the two brothers, to appear in different judicial processes in which they are required. The to face criminal proceedings for money laundering offenses, in the Odebrecht and Blue Apple cases.

Bullet dodging
Although they are not in Panama for years, both were nominated to the Central American Parliament a move which in Panama gives them freedom from prosecution until 15 days after the election. Luis Enrique is first on the list of the Alianza party, as alternate deputy of Héctor Valderrama ; Ricardo Alberto, as substitute for Carlos Outten number three on the Democratic Change list for Parlacen.

The Martinelli Linares brothers are required by anti-corruption prosecutors to face criminal proceedings for money laundering offenses, in the Odebrecht and Blue Apple cases.

Luis Enrique Martinelli Linares, son of former president Ricardo Martinelli attended an Immigration Court hearing in of Miami, where he was arrested, last November, for being illegally in the country.

He was accompanied by his lawyers and his wife Melissa Garúz.. The closed hearing lasted was private and lasted took about 30 minutes.

Luis Enrique and his brother  Ricardo Alberto  Rica  Martinelli Linares were both arrested on November 20, 2018, since, as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) said at the time, their visas were revoked in 2017 and, Since then, they have been "illegally" in theat country. They stayed more than 15 days in the Krome detention center, where a judge granted bail of the of $1 million each

Luis Enrique and his family habitually resident in Miami, at least since 2015. They have occupied an apartment in Icon Tower, on Brickell Ave., and the name of Luis Enrique has also been linked to a beachfront mansion in Key Biscayne, according to county public records.

The Panamanian Foreign Ministry formally requested the extradition of- the two brothers, to appear in different judicial processes in which they are required. The to face criminal proceedings for money laundering offenses, in the Odebrecht and Blue Apple cases.

Bullet dodging
Although they are not in Panama for years, both were nominated to the Central American Parliament a move which in Panama gives them freedom from prosecution until 15 days after the election. Luis Enrique is first on the list of the Alianza party, as alternate deputy of Héctor Valderrama ; Ricardo Alberto, as substitute for Carlos Outten number three on the Democratic Change list for Parlacen.

The Martinelli Linares brothers are required by anti-corruption prosecutors to face criminal proceedings for money laundering offenses, in the Odebrecht and Blue Apple cases.



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