Peru's Judiciary has declared well-founded the Public Ministry's request to include Dorado Asset Management Ltd. Company
In this sense, Preparatory Investigation Judge Jorge Luis Chavez underlined an alleged triangulation among Kuczynski, Dorado Asset, and Westfield Capital aimed at benefiting the ex-President.
"The funds deposited to this one (Dorado Asset Management Ltd.) are related to the income from financial consultations carried out by Westfield Capital," he expressed.
Thus, the judge formally declared the incorporation of Dorado Asset Management Ltd. in the investigation on Kuczynski over alleged money laundering offenses within the framework of the Odebrecht case.
On the other hand, his attorney submitted an appeal against the measure.
The incorporation of the abovementioned company was suggested by Lava Jato Case Special Prosecutor Jose Domingo Perez, who indicated —during a hearing in August— that the ex-President violated the rules of conduct as he received visits from businessman Jose Morales, twice at his home.
According to the prosecutor, Kuczynski's house in Lima's Cieneguilla district was bought with money he had allegedly received from Odebrecht through Dorado Asset Management Ltd.
Furthermore, in 2007, the Westfield Capital company —founded by Kuczynski— allegedly received money transfers from South IIRSA —Stretches 2 and 3— and Trasvase Olmos.
This new motion was intended to oust Kuczynski for alleged links with Odebrecht.