The case of Miren Larrion, a former spokeswoman for EH Bildu in Vitoria, who came in 2016 to participate in the debate about the legendacari candidates, has already arrived in the last few hours in the city’s criminal court 2, headed by Justice of the Peace Roberto Ramos. known for being an investigator for the “De Miguel case” or for denouncing Emilio Titos, president of Mercedes-Benz, for reckless driving – even though he’s on vacation now. According to court sources, in the coming days, the deputy will pronounce a guilty verdict against the former politician. Like all resolutions of this type, it may be public. In principle, it will be three years in prison, a fine and compensation to the victim for three crimes that Larrion herself admitted. After that, a hearing is to be held to decide whether this sentence will be suspended and commuted to public service, which she herself announced on her social media as something closed, despite the fact that the decision has not yet been made. . Everything indicates that the prosecutor’s office is not going to object to him not going to prison, but the judge will have the final say.
She was arrested in February 2021, and after several months of investigation, in which almost no details were clarified, the head of the Court of Investigation 3 of Vitoria, Maria Elena Rodríguez Molpereses, closed the investigation against Larrion, and it was proved that the accused stole the wallet with money. , documents and other personal belongings to a colleague from the training center in Vitoria, located in Plaza de Santa Barbara. He used it to open a bank account with Bankinter, among other procedures. Larrion, whose lawyer is Ramon del Valle, came to impersonate her with minor physical changes, as well as when she was arrested by Erzainza, as well as in the email account.
In the light of these facts published by this newspaper, a sentence of two years in prison is likely to be imposed for the “ongoing” crime of “false documents”. “Disguise” is understood as an aggravating circumstance, that is, the use of techniques to appear like a victim in front of third parties, and a mitigating factor is applied to Larrion’s mental health problems, confirmed by medical reports and which she herself publicly exposed. In practice, the action of one neutralizes the other. In addition, there is a penalty of one year in prison for “usurpation of civil status”, a very specific crime that also implies “continuous” actions and does not even require that there be fraudulent or profit-making results, but simply that documentation be used or victim data. The third offense is minor and is “theft” for stealing a purse containing approximately €50 in cash, cards and other personal items of little economic value.
The verdict will be collected on the terms of a joint document signed by the prosecutor’s office and the accused. The victim did not appear as a private prosecution and a regular trial would not be required as none of the parties required it. In the agreed classification, he admits these facts and these sentences in exchange for the fact that, as the end of the document makes clear, the prosecutor’s office is open to a request not to imprison, although this is not something that depends solely on one institution or another. fully guaranteed in its wording. The legally significant detail is that Larrion admitted the facts after the end of the investigation and when all the evidence against him was perfectly clear, and not before, which is a fundamental element, since this would allow him to automatically receive a reduced sentence.
“I have reached an agreement and soon I hope to be able to do community work and help others as others have helped me and thus be able to close this episode,” the aforementioned wrote on Facebook. The case meant Larrion’s immediate departure from politics and his disappearance from the public sphere until an announcement on social media. Larrion was one of the greatest activists of the new aberzale left, to whom he gave the best results in his history in the sociologically less nationalist Basque city.
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