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Villarejo used an ‘instrumental’ account to receive Iberdrola payments and used them for personal expenses

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A report from the Police Internal Affairs Unit sent to the judge investigating the Tandem case, Manuel García-Castellón, has concluded that former commissioner José Manuel Villarejo used a “instrumental” bank account to receive the payments ordered by the former head of Iberdrola security, Antonio Asenjo.

Ibedrola paid a total of 1.3 million euros between 2004 and 2017 to the Cenyt Group, owned by Villarejo, for investigation and espionage work commissioned by Asenjo and which are under judicial scrutiny for being allegedly illegal: from the neutralization of the existing opposition to the construction of a thermal power plant in Andalusia to the stockpiling of information that could serve to discredit competing entrepreneurs.

The report lists the amounts and invoices for these works, which coincide with those provided to the National Court by the energy company itself. The first transfer is from November 2004 and the destination account was opened seven months before by Villarejo, with his wife, Gemma Alcalá, and his number two, Rafael Redondo, with a recognized signature.

For that account Income circulated for a total amount of 3.4 millionAlthough the report focuses on the credits from Iberdrola and concludes that “the instrumental nature of the account for receiving the funds is appreciated”, which were largely transferred “for a similar amount” to another Cenyt account.

In addition to the transfer of funds between accounts, the Iberdrola credits were used by Villarejo for personal expenses such as the amortization of a mortgage.

The report highlights that the rest of the funds were subject to transfers and transfers “not having been able, in many cases, to know the exact destination and beneficiary” of the money. This is due to the fact that there are movements with more than ten years of antiquity, “which makes capital flow analysis difficult“.

Casesa Payments

The police report confirms that the Castellana de Seguridad company (Casesa) carried out two transfers in favor of Cenyt. The first, issued on August 2, 2004, amounted to 82,360 euros, while the second, on September 27, 2004, was 81,200 euros.

The data is relevant because it denies the statements that those responsible for Casesa made in court in the sense that they did not have business with Villarejo.

The investigators suspect that there was a ‘triangulation’ of invoices, so that Ibedrola would have paid Casesa works actually carried out by Villarejo. This would explain the subsequent transfers from Castellana de Seguridad to Cenyt.

This operation was carried out so that Cenyt would not appear as a supplier to Iberdrola. But the truth is that Villarejo’s company was discharged in the databases of the electricity company on those same dates and the first bills were posted shortly after.


Reference-www.elespanol.com

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