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Santo Domingo.- The National District 2nd Panel Court on Wednesday ordered Constitutional Court judge Wilson Gomez to appear as a witness in the case of a mafia that forged deeds.

Judges Sara Veras, Leonardo Recio and Liset Naranjo ruled for the request of the defense attorneys in the trial against several people, includes Land Court officials, charged with conspiracy for forge titles of property five years ago.

Among those charged with forming part of the network busted in 2009 figure Edwin Baquero Álvarez, Walter Lendof Cabrera, Ricardo Antonio Mota Quezada, and former Supreme Court auditor Giovanni Arturo de Jesús Santana Rivera.

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Written by: Perception This user is banned, 14 Aug 2014 9:54 AM
From: United States, § 12 - 'A' D'is'CI'P'L'E of P'L'at'O'.
"Trapea A B A J O de la Cama".!!!

Te Veo Luego.*

Written by: bernies, 14 Aug 2014 11:29 AM
From: Dominican Republic, Juan Dolio
What land fraud please. Give us the name of the case so that can make an opinion about it.
Written by: sweetbabyj, 14 Aug 2014 11:38 AM
From: United States
I would not pay anyone for land in DR do what they do squat and claim they bought it. Beautiful house hafe completed across for the main hospital in Santiago filled with squatters from Haiti
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