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Francisco Morillo & Helsinge defeat PDVSA in Switzerland

Gotham City reported yesterday "Affaire PDVSA: le ministère public rend 80 millions de dollars aux prévenus". In news that will surprise not a single person, Switzerland's Federal Tribunal decided to ignore evidence at hand and give back to Francisco Morillo $80 million that had been seized from personal and company accounts during a penal process that, while allegedly started by PDVSA, never got real traction within Nicolas Maduro's regime.

Affaire PDVSA: Switzerland's Federal Tribunal rules against Helsinge - Guaido Alek Boyd Wed, 02/10/2021 - 07:31

Further to Tribune de Genève article "Qui dirige le Venezuela? La justice suisse a fait son choix", on the Affaire PDVSA v Helsinge, Glencore, Trafigura, Vitol, Lukoil et al, and on determination of PDVSA's valid legal counsel in Swiss criminal proceedings, Switzerland's Federal Tribunal has decided against Helsinge, and by extension against Juan Guaido.

Francisco Morillo / Helsinge: key witness to Vitol / Glencore / Trafigura's bribe payment scheme at PDVSA Alek Boyd Sat, 12/12/2020 - 10:12

The first email from nicolasmaduromoro@protonmail.com (aka Francisco Morillo, CEO of Helsinge) came in June 2018.

Geneva prosecutor charges Helsinge with corruption, money laundering. Alek Boyd Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:30

Silvain Besson reported yesterday in the Tribune of Geneva that Helsinge -the shell controlled by Francisco Morillo, Leonardo Baquero and Daniel Lutz- has been charged by Geneva prosecutor Johan Droz with corruption, money laundering and data theft.