(MENAFN - Newsroom Panama) Danna Harrick, charged with money laundering in the Odebrecht case, who has not been seen in Panama since August 2018 has lost an appeal to reduce her $500,00 bail bond. This, after the Second Court of Justice, confirmed in all its parts the decision of July 24, 2020 of the Twelfth Court, which did not accept a reconsideration of the amount of the bond.
The relationship to the case of Harrick, director of the National Council for Sustainable Development (Conades) during the Ricardo Martinelli administration (2009-2014) , arises when Andrés Mozes Libedinsky, another of the accused - and who reached a collaboration agreement with the Ministry Public -, he narrated that he traveled with Harrick to Andorra, where they formed Ralford Limited, a company that would have received funds from Aeon Group, one of the companies that Odebrecht used to distribute bribes.
According to the investigation, Aeon committed $3 million to the account of Ralford Limited, whose real beneficiary, according to what Mozes Libedinsky said, was Harrick.
Basilio Enrique González, Harrick's lawyer, said that a reconsideration of the amount was requested based on the fact that his client was seized of her properties, including bank accounts, despite the fact that, all her assets are legal and he never received funds from Odebrecht.
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