San Juan, Puerto Rico (AP) — A Puerto Rican judge arrested the CEO of Luma, a company that operates electricity transmission and distribution in Puerto Rico, after being accused of failing to submit the documents requested by lawmakers on Wednesday. I ordered.
The judge said CEO Wayne Stensby submitted most of the documents requested by the island’s House of Representatives, but two requests were still pending.
The company has more to submit documents, including receipts submitted by employees, consultants and contractors, and all communications between Stensby with Puerto Rican government officials, including text messages and emails. I was requesting time.
“The truth is that it took at least 233 days or 5,592 hours to copy all the information into any digital format of choice,” Judge Anthony Cuevas Ramos of the Trial Court said in his order. wrote. “Unjustified delays cannot be sponsored or blessed by this court. We consider them a ridicule of our judicial system.”
The judge further wrote: No one. “
Gloria Soltero, a spokeswoman for Luma, did not immediately return a comment message.