By EUGENE ROXAS
Santa Cruz Governor Ruben Costas and Bolivian most wanted fugitive Branko Gora Marinkovic Jovicevic. Photo © ABI®
LA PAZ, Bolivia .— Prosecutor Harry Suaznabar seeks in bank accounts from foundations and individuals the possibility of managing money to finance the terrorist group.
"I issue requirements for banking institutions so that they report us particular accounts and accounts of some Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in order to establish criminal ties."Once we have documented information we will begin to issue subpoenas to people involved, the prosecutor Suaznabar pointed.
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