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In photos: This is the Miami mansion linked to former Veracruz governor Javier Duarte

According to official sources, Duarte set up a network of collaborators in Florida who acquired various properties, including a home valued at $7.6 million. Read more here

Por: Univision
Publicado: 21 Jun | 05:19 PM EDT
La mansión estilo mediterráneo de cinco cuartos y seis baños, con embarc...
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The Mediterranean-style five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion in Cocoplum, one of South Florida's most exclusive neighborhoods. has its own jetty, football and basketball court, and a pool. Foto: Redfin | Univision
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Mansión de Cocoplum ligada a Duarte
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Some operations like the payment of taxes were made from the Mexican law firm of Contreras and Janeiro. One of its partners, Jose Juan Janeiro Rodríguez, was designated by the Mexican authorities as the main frontman for the ex-governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte. Foto: Redfin | Univision
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Mansión de Cocoplum ligada a Duarte
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Duarte's south Florida affairs were also handled by Moses Mansur, an entrepreneur who was his close friend of the former governor since childhood. Foto: Redfin | Univision
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Mansión de Cocoplum ligada a Duarte
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The sale of this property was handled by real estate agent Anamaría Velásquez, who is the sister-in-law of Ximena Peñuela, a former girlfriend of Jaime Porres, another of the childhood friends of the ex-governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte. Foto: Redfin | Univision
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Mansión de Cocoplum ligada a Duarte
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Mexican authorities have investigated the origin of the funds used to purchase the home, as well as bank transactions in Mexico and the United States. Foto: Redfin | Univision
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Mansión de Cocoplum ligada a Duarte
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Other Duarte frontmen bought more properties in Miami. Foto: Redfin | Univision
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Mansión de Cocoplum ligada a Duarte
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In recent months different political figures in Mexico have held meetings with U.S. representatives in which they have raised questions regarding the role of its northern neighbor in the embezzlement of Mexican public funds. Foto: Redfin | Univision