Leonardo Cositorto showed up at a posh Colombian resort to campaign for a Ponzi backer seeking the Senate.
Cositorto is wanted globally by Interpol. Social media users found Susurros del Paraiso, a lavish spa “devoted to the bodily and psychological well-being of individuals.”
On Tuesday night, a group led by Argentine activist Pablo G. Salum monitored Cositorto on Twitch and Twitter. Javier Smaldone, a technological scientist, invited Pablo G. Salum, a long-time Cositorto observer.
On one level, assembly members saw an old film of a girl thanking Cositorto for “this lovely paradise that we made.” The video shows a residential complex with cabins and a large swimming pool, similar to the one shown in a video greeting Cositorto sent to his fans the day before.
After the speeches on each platform, several people used Google Maps to discover cabins near the Colombian coast.
That research brought Susurros del Paraiso to light. Extra research revealed more data. Susurros del Paraiso has been hosting Generation Zoe events for months.
Last month, Cositorto’s Generation Zoe Ponzi scam failed. Several people were arrested after an Argentine police operation targeted scammers’ offices.
A global arrest order was issued due to Costorto’s emigration from Argentina. Regardless of Cositorto’s previous public appearances, Colombian authorities must obey the warrant.
After all, Susurros del Paraiso is a well-known Generation Zoe booster. Sergio Varela (as Serge Varela) claims to run Susurros del Paraiso.
At first, Varela appears to be in charge of this institution. Both Verela and Leonardo Cositorto are suffering: Verela’s jersey also says PNL Academia Hispana: As previously stated, Verela’s Generation Zoe promotion includes PNL.