Francisco Pagan, involved in the Antipolbo case, was admitted to a health center
Former OISOE Director, Francisco Pagan, has been admitted to the Juan Pablo Pena Hospital in San Cristobal.
Pagan, accused of state corruption, along with other defendants in the last government administration, was transferred this afternoon to the aforementioned health center, as confirmed by his lawyer, Carlos Salcedo, to Listín Diario.
The former official gave cramps in his legs, eyelids and lips, For which he was transferred to the aforementioned health center, where other studies will be conducted to determine the cause.
Salcedo said: “This afternoon started to show cramps in the legs, eyelids and lips, and they will make other CT images to deepen the image that appears and rule out a cerebral vascular event.”
Pagan’s pre-trial detention has been confirmed, along with six others involved in the Antipolbo case in a lengthy hearing that lasted more than 17 hours.
The decision was taken by the judges of the Second Criminal Circuit Court of Appeals, who heard an appeal to review the action presented by the accused.
In addition to Pagan and Medina Sanchez, the appeal was filed by Fernando Rosa, Jose Dolores Santana, Christopher Sanchez and Juan Soriel Suazo.
It is noteworthy that the group is responsible for defrauding the state from about four billion pesos in a corruption scheme headed by Alexis Medina Sanchez, brother of former President Danilo Medina.