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| 5/7/2009 12:00:00 AM

Prosecutors: Panamanians Lost $3.5 Million in Colombian Pyramid Scheme

May 07 -- Panamanian investors in an alleged pyramid scheme run by Colombian David Murcia Guzman – arrested in that Central American country in November and currently jailed in Bogota – were swindled out of some $3.5 million, prosecutors said.

That figure is the approximate sum that clients of the DMG financial group in that country should receive in compensation, based on complaints filed by 779 victims of the suspected fraud, the Attorney General’s Office’s special prosecutor for financial crimes, William Parodi, said.

Panamanian authorities are calculating the monetary value of the assets confiscated from Murcia following his arrest with the aim of reimbursing investors for their losses, Parodi told Efe.
 
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