Thursday, 9 July 2020

Karina is Back and Talking…Again!

Thursday 01 November 2012 | QNews Costa Rica

Looking very much the executive, the ex-Vice Minister of Youth who elected to perform a sexy “come and get it” You Tube video and shortly after being fired ran off to Spain to become a sexy cover girl is now back in Costa Rica.

Her purpose is to tell us all about the corruption behind la Trocha, the highway of mud on our northern border with Nicaragua.

Just when we all thought that the Chinchilla administration could never be more embarrassed than the miserable failure of la Torcha and the obvious theft of millions of dollars, along came Karina and her You Tube underwear sex video and that has top them all.

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In early September, in an interview with the Spanish magazine Interviu, Karina Bolaños made accusations about alleged corruption in the construction of the 160-kilometer mud road that runs parallel to the border with Nicaragua.

Bolaños was interviewed as a witness by two officers of the court regarding, transparency and corruption, on the second floor of the First Judicial Circuit of San José.

According to the prosecution, the interview was conducted in order to gather more evidence to strengthen the case known  as the la Trocha investigation.

The Attorney General has said that his office has made more than 50 raids and has interviewed more than 40 witnesses over a period of two months for the la Trocha project at a cost of  more than ¢ 20,000 million.

Additionally, the Criminal Court of Hacienda has applied an injunction to suspend state payments to 13 construction companies hired by the Conavi for the work.
Source: La Nación

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Juan Sebastian Campos
Juan Sebastian Campos
An expat from the U.S., educator and writer in English and Spanish since 1978 with a doctorate in business administrations (DBA) from the United States and Germany. A feature writer for ABC News, Copley Press and the Tribune Group with emphasis on Central America.

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