The judge of the ‘Lezo case’ proposes to judge the former director of Canal de Isabel II for money laundering and files for Ignacio González


The judge of the National High Court Joaquín Gadea has proposed judging the former managing director of Canal de Isabel II Ildefonso de Miguel for a crime of money laundering in separate piece 5 of the ‘Lezo case’, while he has archived this line of investigation for the former president of the Community of Madrid Ignacio González and three other people.

From now on, in this procedure in which the concealment and outcrop of illicitly obtained capital has been investigated, the accusations are given thirty days to request the opening of an oral trial by formulating an indictment or request dismissal. .

The reinforcement magistrate of the Central Court of Instruction Number 6 points out that between 2011 and 2014, De Miguel carried out various maneuvers in order to surface funds of unknown origin in Spain. To do this, he details, he granted simulated loan contracts in which his companies intervened as lenders or borrowers and made other investments.

Likewise, the instructor recalls the six prescribed crimes, which would have been committed between the years 1999 to 2008, with which De Miguel would have defrauded the Public Treasury of 1,517,027 euros, and for which no accusation has been made.

Gadea understands that, from what was investigated, it is possible to infer the action carried out between 1999 and 2014 by De Miguel – managing director of Canal de Isabel II between 2003 and 2009 – to “hide profits whose legal origin is unknown and introduce them into the legal circuit, providing them with lawful appearance.


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