Acusacion La Polar

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FISCALIA DELITOS DE ALTA COMPLEJIDAD

EN LO PRINCIPAL

:

DEDUCE ACUSACIÓN.

PRIMER OTROSÍ

:

REGISTROS

SEGUNDO OTROSÍ

:

SOLICITA CITACIÓN, EN LA OPORTUNIDAD
PROCESAL CORRESPONDIENTE

TERCER OTROSÍ

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TÉNGASE PRESENTE.

CUARTO OTROSÍ

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TÉNGASE PRESENTE CIERRE DE
INVESTIGACIÓN.

QUINTO OTROSÍ

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COMUNICA DECISIÓN DE NO PERSEVERAR
RESPECTO DE HECHOS QUE INDICA.

SEXTO OTROSÍ

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TÉNGASE PRESENTE

SEGUNDO JUZGADO DE GARANTÍA DE SANTIAGO.

JOSÉ MORALES OPAZO, Fiscal Adjunto de la Fiscalía de Delitos de Alta
Complejidad, Fiscalía Regional Metropolitana Centro Norte, en proceso Rol Único de Causa
N.º 1100591305-7, por los delitos de los artículos 59 letra a), 59 letra f) y 60 letra e) de la Ley
18.045, de Mercado de Valores; del artículo 157 de la Ley General de Bancos y del artículo
27 de la Ley 19.913 a S.S. respetuosamente digo:
Habiéndose cerrado la investigación, dentro del plazo legal, con fecha 16 de diciembre del 2013, vengo en presentar acusación en contra de los siguientes acusados:
i.

PABLO ALCALDE SAAVEDRA, Ingeniero Comercial, domiciliado en El
Roquerío nº 2015, comuna de Lo Barnechea. Representado por los abogados defensores JORGE BOFILL y DANIEL PRAETORIUS.

ii.

MARÍA ISABEL FARAH SILVA, Ingeniero Comercial, domiciliada en Sotto il Monte nº 1839, comuna de Vitacura. Representada por el abogado defensor ALEX CAROCCA.

iii.

JULIÁN MORENO DE PABLO, Ingeniero comercial, domiciliado en
Avenida Presidente Kennedy Nº 6899, DEPTO 221, Las Condes.
Representado

por

los

abogados

defensores

MIGUEL

CHAVES,

ALEJANDRO AWAD y MIGUEL SCHURMAN. iv. NICOLÁS RAMÍREZ CARDOEN, Ingeniero comercial, domiciliado en
Camino La Golondrina N° 5134, comuna de Lo Barnechea. Representado
República de Chile

FISCALIA REGIONAL METROPOLITANA CENTRO NORTE

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