MEXICO, (December 06, 2021).- A day after President Andrés Manuel López Obrador offered a report in the Zócalo for his third year in office, it was revealed that the president’s private secretary, Alejandro Esquer, and the senior official of the Presidency, Denis Vasto, were captured on video when they handled cash in a “carousel operation.”
The journalist Carlos Loret de Mola detailed “the carrousel operation” as part of a group of six people who, within a few minutes, deposited the same amount of money in the same bank branch.
Mexican journalist Carlos Loret de Mola revealed a new video scandal of Alejandro Esquer, private secretary of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in which a “carousel operation” with cash is observed.
In his radio program on W Radio, Loret de Mola pointed out that López Obrador talks about everything, “even late singer Juan Gabriel”, but in the face of the scandal of his private secretary, he has not said anything.
“They go on and on and on the evidence of how López Obrador came to power. Who pompous? And what did the President say about this? What did the President say that talks about everything, everything, even Juan Gabriel and Siempre en Domingo .
The President talks about everything. What did he say about this? Any! He alone, who often brings up the issues; any! (…) If he dares to address the matter in the morning conference, which I doubt, because he knows that it is evidenced , with videos, what does he say to that? What are you going to do? He is going to say that they were contributions to the movement, which was already a long time ago and he is going to attack Latinus, Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity, accusing them of slander.”Carlos Loret de Mola
“Unable to answer, unable to explain how he handles money; slander,” said Loret de Mola.
This latest video scandal of the private secretary of López Obrador joins the others that have come since 2004 and that do not distinguish political parties. Many of these video controversies also feature bundles of bills, garters, and suitcases full of cash.
Mexico Daily Post