The Franco Family has requested the Court of Instruction number 29 from Madrid, which is investigated as investigated to the General Lawyer of the State, Consuelo Castro, within the framework of the complaint that was processed against the Head of the Conservation Service of the Directorate of Real Collections of National Heritage, Pilar Benito. The family of the dictator considers both responsible for crimes related to the inventory of goods performed after declaring that the Meirás Pazo is owned by the State.
The complaint, initially directed against Benito, asks to investigate crimes of prevarication, falsehood in public document, disclosure of secrets, falsehood or alteration of Opinion or expert testimony and proceeding scam in the degree of attempt in the elaboration of the Pazo Inventory in November 2020.
According to the grandson's complaint of Franco, the document granted by the ownership of most of the goods of the manor to the State was not impartial and was carried out in the detriment of the family, with "conclusions alien to impartiality, outside of any verification reasonable".
The complainants also request that it be cited to declare other national heritage positions, which is free of charge to request certain documents related to this administrative file and to be inquired if there is a collaboration and legal assistance agreement between the General Law of the State and Heritage National.Updated Date: 25 July 2021, 04:17