2011, exactly 15 days before Chávez dismissed him, Carruyo issued his last
public statement. It was a letter sent to the National Assembly, where he denied
that the PDVSA board was responsible for the loss of $ 453 million in the
fraudulent Ponzi scheme mounted by Illaramendi, who, he said, worked for the
state company in 2004. He also reported that the state oil company would be
responsible for covering the lost funds.
then, nothing else has been heard from him, either orally or in writing. He went
into ostracism, despite the fact that, according to the database of the
Venezuelan Institute of Social Security, he worked at PDV Marina until March
2015. People who know him say that he spends a lot of time in La Romana,
Dominican Republic, aboard a yacht acquired by his son, where he offers dinners
with luxurious tableware purchased in Miami or New York. Despite of the efforts
find him through PDVSA or old colleagues, he could not be located to ask him to
give us an interview for this report.
children, particularly Eudo, continue carrying out different types of business
activities, both in Venezuela and abroad. However, he cannot return to the US,
because he fled from the justice of that country after causing the death of his
companion in the 2005 car accident. In addition to a debt with the US judicial
system, he owed over $ 182,000 to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he was
treated after the crash. He only paid the bill after a lawsuit in December 2005.
People who have worked with them identify them as importers of prefabricated
houses to cover Petrocasa's deficit, among other products. It was also
impossible to contact the brothers.
Panama, the eldest of the Carruyo Perozo registered company Bluenor
International, and Douglas Cosentino - an entrepreneur in the footwear sector of
the West of Caracas - is a partner who, in photographs posted on Twitter, poses
next to sports cars, a plane and a yacht. We called to the headquarters of
Creaciones Hermanos Cosentino, located in Catia, to ??contact the Carruyos, but
there was no response.
to Juan Carlos Linares Perozo, there is little information available. According
to the Dateas.com database, there is only one person with that name in
Venezuela. The Social Security indicates that he works at Tecnoconsult, but a
telephone operator from the engineering consulting company said that he did not
appear in the internal record. We sent a message to his alleged Facebook account
to try to contact him, but there was no response.
the time being, the documents of Mossack Fonseca remain as samples of the
operations carried out through Panama, the British Virgin Islands and
Switzerland, the latter being the country where the judicial authorities
announced during the Holy Week that 18 banks will support USA in the
investigation of money laundering through PDVSA accounts. Therefore, they will
deliver the bank records. Then, perhaps, there will be fortunes that may not be