Bolivian anti-graft officer held on extortion charge in Miami

SANDALS Resorts (728 x 90)

Bolivian police Colonel Mario Fabricio Ormachea Aliaga attends a ceremony in La PazBy Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) – A senior Bolivian police official, accused of flying to Miami in late August to extort $30,000 from a prominent businessman seeking asylum in the United States, will remain in jail until a bond hearing next week, a judge ordered on Friday. FBI agents arrested the deputy chief of Bolivia's police anti-corruption unit, Mario Fabricio Ormachea Aliaga, in a sting operation August 31 after meeting with Humberto Roca, the former president of AeroSur, once Bolivia's largest private airline. …

Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC