At the request of the Attorney General, Nerys Coromoto Flores Aponte, former Apure State Secretary, was deprived of his liberty for freedom, which he claimed was $ 10,000 to convict a person involved in the murder.
The illegal situation comes after the victim reported to the Public Security Department on June 5, paying part of the money.
Flores would have asked for the foreign currency of the amount mentioned above or not to buy a home in exchange for managing his brother for the alleged death of his brother.
After obtaining this information, the anti-corruption officers used the funds provided by the victims to initiate surveys and related interviews that collected the registry elements of the negotiations with the real estate agents.
Flores surrendered to anti-class and kidnapping groups of the Bolivar National Guard (GAES-GNB) on July 8, and an arrest warrant was issued by Apure 2nd Court on June 21.
At the hearing, the federal agency's 10th prosecutor filed a corruption crime against Flores.
Once the elements of the conviction exposed by the examination of the case were assessed, the Second Administrative Court of the jurisdiction had detained women who would remain at the GAES-GNB headquarters in San Fernando de Apure.