ose who have filed a case against Luis Milanes are getting summonses requiring them to appear in court to testify, one of those summonsed said Wednesday.
Milanes and two associates, his brother José and Michael González, are on trial for fraud. But few of those who have placed complaints against Milanes and his defunct Savings Unlimited have showed up in court. The trial is a bit less than 13 years since Milanes closed down the high-interest operation in Edificio Colón and fled the country.
The presumed victims who have filed complaints are being given specific times to appear in the San José courtroom. The summonses are being generated by the prosecution. Those who appear are expected to be asked the circumstances under which they gave money to Savings Unlimited.
Most of them gave the money to González,who was the office manager.