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Latinoamericana de Seguros Group Bought 20,000 More Shares of Banco de
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Vice President of Provincial Discards Merger with Banco de Venezuela . . .
Benárdez Denies Castro's Accusations
Latinoamericana: Shares of Banco de Venezuela Purchased by Banco Provincial
are "Treasury Stock"
Orlando Castro will Present Evidence . . . Orlando Castro will Show Documents
Regarding an Accusation for Alleged Money Laundering in Panama
Representative Luis Hernández . . . Orlando Castro Accused of Alleged
Relations with the Medellín Cartel. The President of the Anti-Drug Commission
Showed a Photocopy of a 1983 Letter Allegedly Signed by Pablo Escobar, where
the President of Latinoamericana de Seguros is Mentioned.
Ministry of Internal Affairs Investigates Accusation Against Orlando Castro
. . . Representative Luis Guillermo Hernández Accuses Castro of Alleged
Relations with Columbian Pablo Escobar, Regarding Laundering of Drug
Luis Hernández has Authority to Accuse [Orlando Castro of Alleged Relation
with the Medellín Cartel] . . .
With Respect to Money Laundering . . . Castro's Enterprises are also being
Investigated in Dominican Republic
Yesterday in Congress . . . Orlando Castro Accuses Elmer Szabo of Forging
Document Linking Castro to Drug Trafficking
Orlando Castro Assures . . . Documents Presented to Congress are Forged . . . I
Never Met Pablo Escobar and Never had Anything to do with Drugs
Special Prosecutor Designated to Investigate Accusation Against Orlando Castro
. . . will Investigate Alleged Laundering of Drug Trafficking Money by Orlando
Through his Attorneys . . . Businessman Orlando Castro Defends Himself in
Echeverría Demands Explanations from Castro for Abuses Against him . . .
Former Minister of Justice Juan María Echeverría Sends Letter to the Editor
According to the DAS [Columbian Security Administration Department] . . .
Documents Against Orlando Castro were Forged
The Castro Case . . . NGD [Political Party] Suggested to Hernández to Reveal
Names of Tipsters
Hernández: The Letter is Only One of the Elements . . . Hernández had Accused
Orlando Castro of Alleged Links to International Drug Trafficking
Congress Investigates Abroad Accusations Against Orlando Castro
Hernández says that the DAS [Columbian Security Administration Department]
has not Responded Yet . . . Castro to be Investigated for Tax Evasion
He Admitted having Received Money from Orlando Castro . . .
Representative Vladimir Petit is asked to Excuse himself from the Orlando
Luis Hernandez Lies in the Orlando Castro Case
Orlando Castro Requests the National Securities Commission to Suspend the
Shareholders' Meeting of Fivenez
Orlando Castro Declares in the Court that Investigates the Lamaletto Case
Opinion Poll Conducted by Mercanálisis . . . The Most Prominent Businessmen
of Venezuela . . . The 12 Most Prominent Businessmen of Venezuela with
Respect to their Contribution to Employees, Community and Country, and for
their High Profile in Public Opinion . . . [Orlando Castro Appears in Eigth Place]
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Growing Expectations Regarding Shareholders' Meeting of Banco de Venezuela
to be Held Tomorrow . . . Complaint Filed by Orlando Castro Against the Board
of Directors will not Affect the Shareholders' Meeting
For the First Time in Three Years Banco de Venezuela Holds a Shareholders'
Meeting and is now Under Control of Banco Consolidado . . . Banco de
Venezuela Consolidated . . . Board of Directors Formed by Carlos Ernesto
Stelling . . . Orlando Castro Llanes [and Others]
Castro Getting Revenge . . .
Castro Sits on the Board of Directors of Banco de Venezuela for the First Time
Accusations of Orlando Castro Against Carlos Bernárdez have no Direct Relation
with Terrorist Aggressions
Orlando Castro Failed with [his Accusations Regarding] the Car Bombs . . .
Castro's Accusations Regarding the Car Bombs are not Taken Seriously
The Minister of Justice says . . . Until now Castro and Bernárdez are not
Implicated in Terrorism . . . they were Summoned as Witnesses Regarding
Statements by Orlando Castro
Fernández Daló Denies that Halvorssen gave him Information to be Investigated
New York District Attorney Vouches for Thor Halvorssen's Honesty
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Thor Halvorssen sues Orlando Castro for US$4 Million in the U.S.
Thor Halvorssen Denounces having been Tortured by a Son of Orlando Castro
within the Technical Judicial Police
Pact of Faith in the Country . . .
Orlando Castro Believes in Venezuela, in Optimist Messages and Promissory
Arrests and Residential Searches Continue . . . Orlando Castro's Residence is
Communiqué from the Financial Emergency Board . . . FOGADE [Deposit
Guaranty Fund] Takes Over the Consolidado, Progreso and República Banks
Orlando Castro in the Media Commission . . .
Our Radio Stations are in Good Standing and Maintain an Independent Line
Business Sector Fears a Total Nationalization of Banking . . .
Fedecámaras: A Run by Official Depositors Led to the Fall of Latinoamericana
Withdrawal of Official Deposits Caused the Fall of Banco Progreso
The Superintendent of Banks Should Know . . . Massive Withdrawal of
Government Deposits Caused the Fall of Banco Progreso and the
Antonio Ledezma says . . .
Withdrawal of Funds by the Government Resulted in Crisis of Banco Progreso
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The Finger Pointers were Fired . . . They Accused FOGADE's [Deposit Guaranty
Fund] Counsel of Forging Minutes of Banco Progreso
In the 48th Criminal Court . . . Judge Invites Castro to Present his Evidence
The Banker who Obtained Assylum Twice . . . Castro had Financial Empire with
13,000 Employees and Two Jets . . . now, he lives in his Son's Apartment in Key
From Crumbling Empire, Banker Retreats to Miami
A Year Later, Venezuelan Banker still on the Run . . . Financial Crisis Cost $7
Billion . . . Rafael Caldera, Venezuela's President Refers to Some of the Fugitive
Bankers as Thieves . . . Orlando Castro, Owner of the Seized Banco Progreso now
lives in Key Biscayne
Venezuelan Consulates Rejected Documents of Fugitive Bankers . . .
Powers of Attorney Requested by Orlando Castro and Others were Rejected
Confidential Report . . . Orlando Castro is a Fad that is Already Gone
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"Ghost" Appraisals Received by FOGADE [Deposit Guaranty Fund] to Grant 40
Billion [Bolivars] to Latinoamericana Progreso Group . . . Neither FOGADE nor
Banco Industrial Verified the Status of Guarantees Given by Orlando Castro
Goes In and Out of Country at will . . . 24th [Banking] Criminal Court Judge
Ordered the Technical Judicial Police to Capture Orlando Castro
Arrested in Miami since Last Wednesday . . .
Orlando Castro, his Son and Grandson Accused in New York of US$55 Million
Castro's Fame Grew with "Here I am and here I Stay"
Manhattan Government Attorney Appreciated Cooperation from Venezuelan
Castro Laundered Money through Banco Progreso de Venezuela
Venezuela to Request Castro's Extradition
Castro's Arrest made his Accomplices Tremble . . .
The World of the Untouchables Begins to Wobble: Thor Halvorssen
The Castros' Fraud in the U.S. Amounts to US$3 Billion, says People's Attorney
According to Miraflores Sources . . .
Prompt Punishment for the Rest of the Fugitive Bankers to be Sought
Statements from New York . . . "We'll Demand Orlando Castro to Reimburse
what he took away from us," says Attorney General . . . Attorney General says
Proceedings Against Banker will take place in the U.S.
Attorney General to Return Tomorrow from New York
Banking Judge Irma Mansilla Olivo says . . . Warrant of Arrest Against Castro
and his Son in Venezuela does not Allow Release on Bond
"Here he would be Free Immediately . . . "
The Best for Venezuela is that Castro be Tried in the U.S., says Causa R [Political
[Former President] Pérez Denies Links to Orlando Castro
If Orlando Castro is Condemned in the U.S., it would be Costly and Useless to
Bring him here
Arrest of Orlando Castro in the U.S. Well Received in Financial Sector
Thor Halvorssen: "His Arrest Makes his Accomplices Tremble" . . .
Orlando Castro Fell - the First of the Untouchables
And he Fell where he had Sought Refuge . . .
Investigation that Places Orlando Castro on Defendant's Seat took One Year
The Capture of a Fugitive Banker . . .
Investigation Continues Following the "Narco-Laundering" Clue . . .
Fugitive Bankers are on the Lookout due to Orlando Castro's Process
[President] Caldera Talked with Morgenthau
"Follow the Example" [Regarding Castro's Arrest in the U.S.]
Extradition [Castro's] Soon
[Send Castro] "To the Catia Detention Center"
[Former President] Pérez Denies Link with Castro
Government Attorney Participated [in Castro's Arrest in the U.S.]
"Discretion Allows us to Accomplish Something" [Regarding Castro's Arrest]
Orlando Castro may be Given a 25-year Sentence . . .
Venezuelan Justice Failed, so we Resorted to the U.S.
Enthusiasm in the Country . . . Political Leaders Celebrate Castro's Arrest in the
Orlando Castro is there . . . will he Remain there? . . . Financial Empire Fell
U.S. Justice is Contemplating . . . 25-year Jail Term for Orlando Castro . . .
Petit Da Costa: Venezuelan Justice Failed, so we Resorted to the U.S. . . .
A Financial Empire of Incalculable Size that took him 30 Years to Build has
Fallen . . . The Attorney General of the Republic, Jesús Petit Da Costa, said that
Venezuela cannot Stand Further Impunity. In Addition to Orlando Castro, his
Son and Grandson were Arrested . . . Joy in Venezuelan Political Circles for
Castro may Receive a 25-year Jail Sentence in New York
Venezuela will not Request Castro's Extradition
Congratulates Petit Da Costa on his Work . . .
Political Sector Celebrates Orlando Castro's Arrest
[Former President] Pérez: "U.S. Justice has been More Efficient than Ours" . . .
Former President Carlos Andrés Pérez did not Discard the Possibility that
Castro's Arrest in the U.S. be Used as a Circus by the [Venezuelan] Government
The Wreck of [Banco] Progreso
He may Remain in Jail in New York for the Rest of his Life . . . Venezuela will
not Request Orlando Castro's Extradition . . . Miami Consulate Denies that
Venezuelan Government Manipulated Manhattan Government Attorney
Banker Allegedly Laundered U.S. $3 Billion in the U.S.
People's Attorney Iván Darío Badell . . .
Petit Da Costa [Attorney General] has no Legal Power in Proceedings Against
Attorney General Returns, Grateful to the U.S. . . . Venezuela will Participate in
Legal Action Against Orlando Castro
The Capture of a Fugitive Banker . . . Attorney General Petit Emphasized
Urgency of Proceedings . . . Extradition has to be Processed within 18 Days
"He [Attorney General] has no Business there [in Castro's Extradition]"
"I [Attorney General] went there [NewYork] because I was Invited"
Halvorssen is Confident Regarding Evidence . . .
says that more "Untouchables" will be Jailed
González Urdaneta . . . Commissioner is Confident about Coming Extradition
Copei [Political Party] Leaders say . . .
"Politicization of Banking is the Center of the Problem"
New York Government Attorney wants to Expedite the Proceedings . . .
Venezuela has 18 Days to Request Castro's Extradition
Attorney General says: "I don't want to Argue with People's Attorney - what is
Important is that the Castros are in Jail"
People's Anger to Burn the Cabinet "Judas" Today [Ministers Burned in Effigy for
Orlando Castro's Case]
The Petrified Forest . . . Signals in the Sky [Repercussions of Orlando Castro's
Case] [Castro's picture]
People's Attorney and Attorney General brought Face to Face
Petit Da Costa Upon Return from New York . . . Venezuela to Participate in Legal
Action to Claim Back what they [Castros] took with them
People's Attorney, Iván Darío Badell . . .
Castro shall be Extradited when he Serves his Sentence in the U.S.
More Surprises Against the Fugitive Bankers . . . Arrest of Orlando Castro brings
People's Attorney and Attorney General Face to Face
Venezuela Moves to Recover Depositors' Millions
Venezuela will Participate in Proceeding Against Banker [Castro] in New York
Financier's Arrest Alarms Exiled Venezuelan Bankers
There are and there were no Impediments for Extradition . . .
Venezuela could have Filed Legal Action [in the U.S.] Against Castro
Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Alcalay . . . "There was Effective
There are Sufficient Bases for Extradition
"Cleanup the Judicial Power"
"Controversy [Regarding Castro's Extradition] is Useless"
This Week to be Decided in the U.S. Whether to File Legal Action Against
Former Executives of [Banco] LATINO
Castro was Investigated During [Former President] Pérez' Administration
Interior Policy Commission will Hold Hearing on Confrontation Between
People's Attorney and Attorney General
Legal Action Continues in Miami . . . Two Million Dollars Recovered by
Venezuela in Action Against Former Executives of [Banco] LATINO
Orlando Castro will be in Jail for the Rest of his Life
Extradition comes under the Jurisdiction of Both to the Attorney General and
the People's Attorney
Venezuela Racing Against the Clock to Extradite him [Orlando Castro] . . .
Castro was Front Man for Drug Trafficker Pablo Escobar . . .
Accused of Stealing over One Billion Dollars
Attorney General Jesús Petit Da Costa:
Orlando Castro has to be Tried in New York and not in Venezuela
Orlando Castro held in Miami Jail . . .
Venezuelan Government Requested the State Department for his Extradition
Orlando Castro's Empire Defied all Financial Laws . . . Father, Son and Grandson
are now in Jail in Miami Accused of "Defrauding" Customers of a Bank
Controlled by the Family in Puerto Rico
[Former President] Pérez Denies Links with Jailed Banker [Orlando Castro]
Venezuela Prepares Evidence for Extradition
Alternatives of Orlando Castro:
In the U.S.: 25 Years Behind Bars; in Venezuela: House Arrest
"In God We Trust" Orlando Castro was caught in the U.S. for a Lie
Orlando Castro Burned in Effigy more than Anyone Else . . . [President] Caldera will Listen Today to Attorney General and People's Attorney Regarding Castro's Imprisonment . . . "No one will Laugh at Venezuela", the President said.
The Government is Processing 28 Extradition Requests.
Arrest of Orlando Castro Marks First Blow Against Fugitive Bankers . . .
Behind Bars - at Last
Route of Castro's Money
The Country Fails to Understand Petit-Badell Controversy [on Castro's
Venezuela could have Filed Legal Action Against Castro . . .
There were no Impediments to Attempt Extradition
Arrest of Orlando Castro may Expedite Investigation for Money Laundering in
Former President Carlos Andrés Pérez: The Government has Some Guilt in the
Orlando Castro Case . . . This Administration has Managed the Financial Crisis
in an Irresponsible and Fraudulent Manner
Orlando Castro, his Son and Grandson will Continue Jailed in the U.S. while
People's Attorney and Attorney General Continue Controversy Regarding their
Complaint Against the Current President of Banco de Venezuela Regarding
Banco Progreso Case is Admitted . . . FOGADE [Deposit Guaranty Fund] and
Salomon Brothers Analyze Sale of Banco de Venezuela
Kleber: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not Extradite - Only Files the
FOGADE [Deposit Guaranty Fund] and Salomon Brothers Analyze Sale of Banco
Orlando Castro should not be Extradited, says the Congress President Fernández
Daló . . . says that in 1992 he Denounced the Banker [Orlando Castro] Held in
Miami for Money Laundering, Pursuant to an Investigation then being
Conducted in the U.S.
Representative Carlos Melo:
A Corruption Triangle Permitted the Activities of Orlando Castro in Venezuela
Remos Allup: "It's a Shame that the U.S. and not Venezuela Arrested Orlando
Convergencia [Political Party] asks Congress to Expedite Reform of Judicial Power . . .
Castro must be Tried in the U.S.
People's Attorney and Attorney General should Concentrate in Recovering
Millions Taken Away by Orlando Castro
Debate between People's Attorney and Attorney General causes Confusion and
Distrust in Justice Circles
Charges Filed Against Current President of Banco de Venezuela Regarding Banco
Progreso Case are Admitted
Judge Irma Mansilla Olivo started Modification of Petition for Orlando Castro's
Bankers Assure that U.S. and Venezuela Entered into an Agreement to Extradite
them . . . Venezuelan Bankers in Miami are Scared Stiff . . . [Picture] Banker
Orlando Castro Awaits his Transfer from a Miami Jail to New York, where he
will be Prosecuted
Controversy Between People's Attorney and Attorney General Regarding
Orlando Castro's Case is Useless
Péndulo . . . [Feature Article on Orlando Castro]
Venezuela will Insist on Orlando Castro's Extradition
Orlando Castro will be Tried also for Perjury in the U.S.
Fedecámaras Favors Castro's Extradition
Copei [Political Party] to the Government:
Social Measures must be Efficient and Transparent . . . Donald Ramirez also
Referred to the Arrest of Orlando Castro, Assuring that Venezuela is Interested
Primarily in Recovering the Money he Took with Him
Causa R [Political Party]:
It is Preferable to bring Castro [to Venezuela] than to Leave him in Miami
Convergencia [Political Party] Clarifies: Congress cannot Open Investigation on
People's Attorney - Attorney General Impasse Regarding Castro
Four Folk Singers give their Opinions on Orlando Castro
Cristóbal Fernández Daló . . .
Today Some Regret their Relationship with Orlando Castro
The Attorney General . . .
Money for which Castro is being Tried Belongs to Venezuela
Castro was Investigated at the Beginning of the Decade . . .
DEA has never Implicated him in Money Laundering
Including more Recent Charges . . .
Extradition Petition of Former Banker [Orlando Castro] to be Reformulated
Castro was Investigated at the Beginning of the Decade . . .
DEA has never Indicted him for Money Laundering
The Law is Soft but it is the Law . . .
[Judge Irma Mansilla Speaks on Orlando Castro's Extradition]
Petit v. Badell: Inexcusable Fight [Regarding Competence of Castro's Extradition]
Donald Ramírez . . . What is Important is that Castro Return the Money to the
Henry Ramos Allup . . . Arrest of Former Banker [Orlando Castro] did not Result
from Measures Taken by Venezuelan Authorities
Oswaldo Álvarez Paz . . . Attorney General should not Promise Impossible
Leopoldo Puchi . . . Castro must be Tried in Caracas, Although there is Distrust
Regarding our Judicial Power, we Cannot Waive that Right
Ministry of Justice Awaits New Request to Extradite Orlando Castro
Attorney General: They want to bring Orlando Castro in order to Deceive the
U.S. Justice . . . Political and Judicial Complicity Facilitate Bankers' Impunity
Henry Ramos Allup:
Castro must be brought to be Tried for Crimes Committed in this Country
More than Extraditing Castro, Venezuela Needs to Recover its Money
The Congress President: Satisfied with Capture of Fugitive Mafioso
As in the Case of Banco Latino . . . [Banco] Progreso's Control Board could
Accuse Orlando Castro Before U.S. Justice Authorities
FOGADE [Deposit Guaranty Fund] Seeks to Recover what Castro took Out . . .
A Company of [Banco] Progreso Group to be Sold Next Week for Bs. 3.5 Billion
Because it is not in the Best Interest of the Republic . . .
Supreme Court President Criticizes Debate between Attorney General and
People's Attorney [Regarding Castro's Extradition]
Because it is a Federal Crime he [Orlando Castro] will Remain in the U.S. . . .
Bandit Castro shall not be Extradited . . . Accomplices of the Mafioso will be
Unmasked, said the Attorney General
Confrontation between Attorney General and People's Attorney Harms the
Donald Ramírez . . . More than bringing Castro we Need to Recover the People's
The 24th Banking Criminal Court . . .
Second Petition for Extradition of Orlando Castro to be Requested
Extradition of [Banco de la] Construcción Executives Requested
Copei [Political Party] Considers Ridiculous to Extradite Orlando Castro . . .
Donald Ramírez Considers that the Controversy Between People's Attorney and
Attorney General Regarding their Respective Authorities on the Possible
Extradition of Castro is Embarrassing
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Awaits Docket in order to Proceed . . .
Ministry of Foreign Affairs is not Pursuing Extradition Against Cuban-Venezuelan Banker [Orlando Castro]
Minister of Justice . . . The State Intends to Extradite Castro
Orlando Contreras Pulido . . . Venezuela did not take part in Castro's Arrest
Castro's Extradition to Venezuela will Prosper if he is not Transferred [from
Miami to New York]
President of Congress Warns that Other Banks now Nationalized Also Received
Drug-Trafficking Deposits . . . Cristóbal Fernández Daló Reminded us that 133
Account Holders of Venezuelan Banks were Investigated in the U.S.
Ministry of Justice Willing to Expedite Castro's Extradition
Pending in Venezuelan Courts . . .
Money Laundering Investigation Against Orlando Castro
Minister of Foreign Affairs Burelli Rivas . . .
"[Orlando Castro's] Extradition Petition shall be Presented to the U.S. Before
Legal Action Against Castro will Continue in Venezuela . . .
Reformation of Extradition Petition to be Completed in Two Days
Extradition of Former Banker [Orlando Castro] . . .
File Translated into English
Attorney General Investigated the Accounts of Orlando Castro in Five Countries
Other Swindles [Attributed to the Castro Family]
Still no Evidence Compromising Castro . . .
[Venezuela] Court Waiting for U.S. Reports Regarding Alleged Money Laundering
The Castro of Discord . . . The Arrest of Orlando Castro, the "Golden Little
Joaquín Chafardett - Head of Investigating Team . . .
People's Attorney Investigated the Accounts of Orlando Castro in Five Countries
Chacón - The System must be Reformulated . . . Salvaguarda [Higher Court for
the Protection of State Property] has Pronounced Sentence Against 102 Former
There is no Evidence yet Implicating Castro . . .
Court Waiting for Reports from the U.S. Regarding Alleged Money Laundering
To the People's Attorney and the Attorney General . . . [President] Caldera asked
them to put an End to Controversy Over the Orlando Castro Case
Alcalay: Castro's Arrest was a Success for Venezuela
Joaquin Chafardett: "What Worked for Castro may Work for Other Bankers"
. . . The Attorney General Commissioner says he Delivered in the U.S. Evidence
Against Orlando Castro, which Facilitated the Investigation by New York's
Fugitive in the U.S. . . . It is a Good Investment to Prosecute the Bankers
Joaquín Chafardett: "I would become a Spy in order to Jail the Fugitive Bankers"
. . . The Attorney General Commissioner Delivered Evidence in the U.S. Against
Orlando Castro and his Illicit Financial Operations
The Document that Sent him to Jail . . . Sworn Statements of Orlando Castro's
President Caldera Requests . . .
"The People's Attorney and the Attorney General must Understand Each Other"
With [President] Caldera as Witness, People's Attorney and Attorney General
Smoke the Peace Pipe . . . The Meeting was Arranged by the President, who
Urged them not to Debate Over Such a Complex Matter [the Orlando Castro
Venezuela and the U.S. Track Orlando Castro's Money
Judge Irma Mansilla Appoints Public Defenders for Orlando Castro and Son
Salvaguarda [Higher Court for the Protection of State Property] has Confirmed
205 Warrants of Arrest for Bankers
Judge 24 of Banking Criminal Court asks Supreme Court for Extradition of
Orlando Castro and Son
88 Warrants of Arrest Issuedby Judge Irma Mansilla Against Bankers
Arístides Beaujón . . .
It is False that the Supreme Court has Requested Extradition of Orlando Castro
Including Charges by Salvaguarda [Higher Courtfor the Protection of State
Property] . . .
24th [Banking] Criminal Judge Sends Today to Supreme Court a Petition for
The Only Person Arrested for the Latinoamericana Progreso Group Financial
Scandal is the Former Vice President of the Group
The 24th Banking Criminal Court. . .
Reformulated Petition for Extradition of the Castros Sent
Orlando Castro: The Packaged Fugitive
Orlando Castro Desperate to be Rescued from the Implacable New York Judges
Secret Meeting Roosen-Martinó brought about by Castro's Fall . . . The
Personalities that Jointly with Norys Aguirre gave Orlando Castro the Enormous
Sum of 113 Billion Bolivars, Consider the Impact that the Arrest of the Famous
Financial Scoundrel will have on Them
President Caldera Reprimanded Attorney General and People's Attorney . . .
The Debate Between the Attorney General and the People's Attorney Regarding
the Arrest of Orlando Castro was Terminated by President Rafael Caldera
Evidence for Extradition of Orlando Castro Junior is Gathered
24th [Banking Criminal] Court Sending to Supreme Court a Reformulated
Petition for Orlando Castro's Extradition . . . Attached to the Petition is New
Decision Pronounced Against the Former Banker
Castro to "Retén de Catia" [Common Jail] in New York
How did Castro Enter the U.S.
How to Recover Castro's Assets
Life and Miracles of Orlando Castro
EL UNIVERSAL 04/11/96
Extradition Petition going to the Supreme Court Today . . .
Public Defenders Appointed for the Accused in Banco Progreso Case
Resolution by the Judicial System . . .
The Competence of Banking Criminal Court is Extended
Two Weeks After this Picture was taken, Castro was Escaping from the Country
Together with the [Government] "Assistance" he had Just Received
They said . . . "He [Orlando Castro] didn't Steal Any Money, he Only Borrowed
Money from Another Bank" . . . Richard Sharpstein, Defense Counsel for
Authorites Cooperate to Prosecute Banker . . . Dominican Judicial Authorities
Cooperated with the U.S. Government for the Capture of Cuban-Venezuelan
Banker Orlando Castro
It [Petition for Orlando Castro's Extradition] should be in the U.S. Before May
3 . . .
Eleven Expert Testimonies Support new Petition for Castro's Extradition
Jursists Agree . . . Useless and Unnecessary to Request Castro's Extradition now
Depositors of Banco Progreso-Puerto Rico . . .
Request that Legal Action Against Castro Remain in the U.S.
Depositors of Banco Progreso Internacional Request Legal Assistance from
Two Supercops (Hunter Type) Dismantle Orlando Castro Llanes' Scheme in
The Government has Responsibility in Financial Assistance to Castro
24th Banking Criminal Court Judge Announced . . .
Request for Extradition of Orlando Castro and Son Sent to the Court
Comptroller Roche Lander . . . Castro to be Extradited to New York
Supreme Court to Determine Whether it is in Order . . .
Petition for Castro's Extradition Sent
Nothing comes Clean in Laundering Case . . .
Lawyer will Fight New York's Right to Prosecute
The Troubles of Orlando Castro
Jesús Petit Da Costa . . . Orlando Castro in Venezuela would be a Second Pérez
and a Second Ahumada . . . It is to Castro's Advantage to be Extradited to
Bank Owners and Bank Executives
Former President of Congress' Anti-Drug Commission . . . The Representative
who Denounced Orlando Castro for Money Laundering will Accuse him in New
Castro: Shrewd Swindler or Victim of Revenge? . . .
Venezuelan Banker says he is the Victim of a Revenge
Story of a Man in Search of Fame, Glory and Money . . . The Secrets of Orlando
Is it Worthwhile to Extradite Castro?
The Accused Appeared Before a Dade County Judge . . .
Hearing in Miami to Extradite Castro to be Done Sooner
Even if Extradition to New York is Denied . . .
Orlando Castro Llanes would not Recover Full Freedom
With his Feet Shackled [Orlando Castro in Miami Jail]
Castro's Attorney in Venezuela . . .
Orlando Castro, his Son and his Grandson are Chained in Miami Jail
Orlando Castro Llanes' Attorney Wishes that Venezuela Requests her Client's
Till Next Tuesday . . .
Florida Judge Postpones Decision Regarding Orlando Castro's Extradition
Hearing was Postponed . . . Case of Orlando Castro Llanes to be Decided next
Friday . . . Miami District Court Decided to Postpone the Decision
Next Friday to be Decided in Florida . . . Last Week for Castro's Extradition
I'm Innocent . . .
So Declares Orlando Castro from his Detention Center in Downtown Miami
Attorney General Prefers that Castro be Left in the U.S.
Attorney General Petit Da Costa . . .
Orlando Castro's Extradition to New York Delayed by Maneuvers
Fugitive Bankers and Influential Businessmen . . .
Forming a Common Fund to Pay for Castro's Defense
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Orlando Castro Llanes: the Last Emperor
New York Court Condemns Banker Orlando Castro
New York Jury Finds All Three Castros Guilty
The Trial in New York . . .
Orlando Castro, his Son and Grandson Declared Guilty of Fraud
The Castros Found Guilty of all Charges in New York . . . Petit Da Costa Accused
Minister Aguiar and the Miraflores Legal Counsel of Obstructing Bankers'
"A Must See" . . . The Orlando Castro Show
Although it is Preferable that he Returns on his Own . . .
Agreement to Bring Orlando Castro here Upon his Release
Richard L. Ashenoff
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