Javier Duarte de Ochoa, former governor of Veracruz who recently resigned, reportedly sold a property located in a country club in the United States for $10. According to an agreement signed in Santa Fe, New Mexico on Oct. 31, 2007, Duarte de Ochoa owned real estate in Maricopa, Arizona, which he passed on to his wife who in turn sold it to her uncle, Jorge Ramírez, for the amount of $10.
In a conversation recorded on video for Loret de Mola’s news program, a person — identified as businessman Moisés Mansur — claims he gave a credit card to Karime Macías, wife of former governor of Veracruz Javier Duarte.
Exclusiva #DespiertaconLoret empresario Moisés Mansur, cercano a Javier Duarte revela posibles actos de corrupción https://t.co/BxdlIH92Vv
— Carlos Loret de Mola (@CarlosLoret) October 17, 2016
According to the tape, Mansur, who has been linked to Javier Duarte as his front man, states he took care of the expenses of the wife of the former governor.
The images show the businessman talking to a person outside of the frame, as he narrates how he gave a supplementary credit card to Karime Macías, thus paying for her expenses. This conversation took place during a private event in Vancouver, Canada, and was broadcasted by Carlos Loret de Mola.