One of the people who allegedly benefited from these acts of corruption would be alias Mueble Fino who was sent to prison

As part of the investigative actions defined against corruption, the Office of the Attorney General prioritized activities to guarantee transparency and legality in the public functions and the exercise of judicial powers by its public servants.

In that sense, it identified alleged irregular behaviors allegedly committed by two prosecutors appointed to the Sectional Office in Cali. According to the evidence, they allegedly omitted arrest warrants, and directed, delayed, or kept processes against people investigated for drug trafficking or linked with criminal organizations, in exchange for handouts.

Both officials, a special prosecutor, and a coordinating prosecutor were arrested and will be brought before a judge. In the hearings*, they will be charged, according to their level of participation, with conspiracy to commit a crime, active bribery, procedural fraud, breach of duty (omission), and ideological representation, among others.

Prison sentence for ‘Mueble Fino’

Jair Sánchez Hernández, alias Mueble Fino, would be one of the alleged people who benefited from these actions allegedly committed by the two prosecutors of the Sectional Office in Cali. This person would have participated in the kidnapping and murder of a person; and offered money to avoid being prosecuted.

Due to these facts that took place between November and December 2019, prosecutors charged him with aggravated kidnapping, aggravated homicide, and bribery. Alias Mueble Fino did not plead guilty to the charges and must serve a prison term.

The defendant, apparently, asked one of his subordinates, alias ‘R’, to contact members of the National Police to carry out the criminal activity. On November 26, 2019, the victim, identified as Mauricio Guerrero Rivera, was allegedly intercepted by a mayor and a female officer in a bakery in a Cali and was forced to get into a police car and was taken to a farm in Jamundí (Valle del Cauca).

Four days later, the body of this person was found in an abandoned area with multiple signs of torture.

The investigation established that Sánchez Hernández allegedly paid the police officers to carry out the kidnapping. Likewise, at the end of December 2019, he allegedly sent through intermediaries COP $ 100,000,000 to two prosecutors to prevent him from being linked to the process for the death of Mauricio Guerrero Rivera and to avoid a possible arrest warrant.


Jair Sánchez Hernández, alias Mueble Fino, was arrested by the Attorney General’s Office and the Dijin of the National Police in a restaurant in Chía (Cundinamarca) in a joint action. This 55-year-old person was arrested in April 2015 in Bogotá and extradited and sentenced in the United States for drug trafficking offenses. After serving his sentence, he returned to Colombia in March 2019.

The Office of the Attorney General makes this information public for reasons of general interest.

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The information contained in this press release corresponds to the narration of the objective news provided by the officials in charge of carrying out the criminal investigations within the Office of the Attorney General. By the time this communication is disclosed, the legal status of the people mentioned is still pending to be resolved by the competent judicial authority, always under the presumption of innocence contemplated by Article 29 of the Political Constitution and Article 7 of Law 906 of 2004.

*Several  kinds  of  hearings  held  in  one  hearing  (known as audiencias concentradas in Spanish)