National High Court Judge Joaquín Gadea has proposed trying former managing director of Canal de Isabel II Ildefonso de Miguel for the crime of money laundering in a separate part 5 of the Lezo case, while he archived this line of inquiry. for the former President of the Community of Madrid, Ignacio González, and three others.
The Reinforcement Judge of the Central Instructive Court No. 6 gave the parties 30 days to present their allegations and defense observations in this separate segment of Lezo, which investigated the concealment and exposure of illegally obtained capital.
Gadea elaborates that the facts include “actions taken between 1999 and 2014 by the defendant Ildefonso de Miguel – managing director of Canal de Isabel Segunda (CYII) between 2003 and 2009 – to conceal profits whose legitimate origin is unknown. judicially”.
In this regard, it recalls that from what was discovered during the investigation in parts 2 and 3, in which oral proceedings were opened against De Miguel for crimes of bribery, it is known that between 1999 and 2008 “he arranged through open accounts abroad of significant funds – at least €3,825,179.09 – whose legal origin is not registered and which he has always concealed from the Spanish Public Treasury”, and that by July 2008 “about €2.5 million in cash.
Gadea explains that “to this end, he created a corporate and financial network with a presence in Panama, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Guernsey, which he used to hide his funds of unknown origin, which later surfaced in Spain through the intervention of other companies. At the same time, he emphasizes, in the period from 1999 to 2008, he would steal about 1.5 million euros from the Spanish treasury, which would amount to six crimes against the state treasury, although the judge himself indicates that they will be appointed.
Thus, it focuses on the “various maneuvers” that De Miguel undertook between 2011 and 2014 “to bring these funds of unknown origin to the surface in Spain”, using for this purpose “simulated loan contracts in which they companies stepped in as lenders or borrowers and made other investments.”
Not to mention the former president of Madrid.
In the same resolution, the instructor agrees to the temporary dismissal of Ignacio Gonzalez, Lourdes Cavero, Carmen Pilar Pasos and Concepción Ruano without further explanation. Central Judicial Briefing No. 6 took this step after the Criminal Division of the National High Court ratified its decision to dismiss this case 5, thereby rejecting the PSOE’s request to continue the investigation.
The head of said court, Manuel Garcia Castellón, has already referred to the court parts of this corruption case on the Isabel II Canal, related to the purchase with public funds of the Brazilian company Emissao and the Colombian company Inassa, as well as the alleged illegal decisions. golf course CYII and train work to Navalcarnero, where the former President of Madrid is being pursued.
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