An employee of the U.S. Embassy in Guyana fired for issuing visas in exchange for sex

Scandal erupted in the U.S. Embassy in Guyana. Diplomat accused that he was selling U.S. visas and documents issued in exchange for sex.

e giving any explanation, the U.S. State Department acknowledged last week that one of the embassy staff had left his post ahead of schedule and is currently being checked violations that he made, reports the publication The Daily Caller. Local media provides information that one of the employees of the U.S. Embassy suspended from duty pending the investigation of drug smuggling and visa scams.

The scandal at the U.S. embassy began after tourists began to complain that their applications have not been considered for months, and in the local press leaked the information that the visa can only be obtained for money or in exchange for sex.

According to The Daily Caller, the main suspect named Eddie Rodriguez Duran Zohar. He left his post in June of this year, although his mission in the South American country was to continue until September.

Duran is accused that he was selling visas to corrupt businessmen and drug traffickers in an average of $ 15 thousand transactions a former employee of the embassy cranked up in the most famous restaurant, Georgetown, and would often visit the neighboring state of Suriname, through which passes the path of Chinese migrants in the United States.

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