Published on 20th March 2008 by

July 2003
Carlos Cabal, the man who allegedly broke the banks of Mexico before going on the run, claims he is the victim of a conspiracy. The collapse of Cabal’s bank in 1994 was the first in a series of high profile economic disasters that nearly bankrupted Mexico. He is now facing trial for tax fraud and embezzlement — accused of stealing $700 million dollars. However, Cabal believes that he has been unfairly targeted: “They are totally base and false charges … It is part of a campaign of political persecution that I suffer.” His problems began when the political candidate he pledged $15 million to support was assassinated. When he declined to support another candidate and that candidate became president, federal authorities moved in on his companies.

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