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It is quite difficult to make sense of the Justice Deparment's latest in fight against Venezuelan corruption (see full release below). Alejandro Andrade got to be appointed head of Banco del Tesoro (Treasury Deparment) out of pity. It weren't Andrade's financial credentials, of which he has none, that got him the job.
A source has told this site the U.S. Department of Justice is to unseal indicments, related to Alejandro Andrade's corruption racket when heading Venezuela's Banco del Tesoro. Up to nine people are said to be part of criminal probe about to be revealed. It goes back to the times of Leonardo Gonzalez Dellan, all the way to Andrade's multibillion dollar schemes with Raul Gorrin.