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The Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) reported that he obtained an arrest warrant from a judge against the television presenter, Inés Gómez Mont, and her husband Víctor Manuel Álvarez Puga, who are already wanted by the police. Interpol, accused of their possible participation in organized crime and operations with resources of illicit origin.

The FGR highlighted that in November 2019, through its Specialized Prosecutor for Organized Crime (FEMDO), opened an investigation file against both people, as well as Edgardo Mauricio “V”, Rosario “A”, Margarita “C”, Ricardo “P”, Mauricio “R” and seven companies, for the aforementioned charges.

He pointed out that all have already been charged before the Judiciary and the corresponding arrest warrants have been obtained.

The FGR mentioned that three of them are already being held in federal criminal justice centers, while in the case of Inés Gómez Mont and Víctor Manuel Álvarez rest have already obtained the corresponding red card from Interpol and are waiting for them to be located in some country.

“All these people, physical and moral, probably colluded to simulate operations and provide resources to that criminal organization; lowering tax burdens and hiding operations, thus making it difficult to track those resources,” said the General Prosecutor of the Republic.

He explained that these people presumably entered into various contracts with the Decentralized Administrative Body for Prevention and Social Rehabilitation of the Ministry of the Interior, using digital tax receipts online, which covered up false operations and pretended acts of commerce and provision of services that were not carried out; all this with the purpose of laundering money, disguising said crimes of legal profits that were supposedly non-existent.

According to FGR, the main organization was in charge of Inés Gómez Mont Y Victor Manuel Alvarez, and they operated with alleged representatives of legal entities. During their investigation, the agents of the Federal Public Ministry obtained information that there was a group formed by Héctor “Z”, Armando “R”, José “O”, Ricardo “C”, Yareli “C”, who carried out banking operations through name of legal persons.

The next group, made up of public servants, were those who illegally facilitated the resources of the federal treasury, entering into illegal contracts; and in that structure Eduardo “G”, Paulo “U”, Emanuel “C”, Jesús “P” and Jorge “N” were found.



Each of these cells was integrated with the others to commit the crimes that are being pursued.

In the case of one of the companies that intervened and that was represented by its attorney Héctor “Z”, the FGR He said that said person received more than 2,500 million pesos, in an alleged money laundering operation from two contracts with the Federal Centers for Social Readaptation, for 2,950 million pesos.

Regarding the participation of Gabriel “M”, said person presumably appeared as a shareholder of one of the investigated companies; and, as a result of the investigation, it was established that, through duly legalized shareholders’ meeting minutes, he sold his shares in the company, prior to the start of the criminal operations.

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