Maybe Sanchez, the mother of former attorney Jean-Alain Rodriguez, told Roberto Cavada that her son was over 20 and that he left one of the checkpoints in Enzan Paraso just after 10:00 p.m.
“My son is 25 years old when he left my house. It’s my house, I’m the widow of Rafael Calvendi, I do not know what’s going on in my house, it’s closed with a staff …, I closed my rooms … I do not know what’s going on, they are going to break it down, if they repair the damage, I have nothing No, it’s just my stuff, “the German woman told a spokeswoman in a televised televised report on Channel 11 (Channel 11).
He said he did not know why they raided their home if not even a month’s electricity was owed, adding that he was “an exemplary woman, who could not ignore him” and that he had never been to the attorney general’s office.
He said Jean-Alain and his other children were born in that home and that he was in Germany for a health problem (an operation) because his medical insurance was taken away from her when he was ousted as ambassador.
“I want to know what’s going on in my house. What they guarantee for my house, what Judge Convelty was able to inspect the widow’s house … The Ministry of Public Works should tell me why they do it,” it was revealed.
The Ministry of Public Administration on Monday night conducted searches on some properties in La Vega, the latter located exactly in Zaragoza and owned by Rodriguez’s former adviser Jose Miguel Moya, who has been accused of contracting since 2018 with the Attorney General’s Office, to teach communications strategic courses, for 20 million pesos.
Between 2018-2020, during the government of Danilo Medina, Maybe Sanchez Cominero was ambassador to the Dominican Republic in Germany, filling the vacancy left by her husband Rafael Calvendi Gavino, who died in August 2018.
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