A report prepared by Internal Affairs of the Civil Guard reveals that between 2008 and 2019 thirteen territorial units of this body awarded works to companies managed by Ángel Ramón Tejera de León -a businessman who appears in the summary of the Mediator case as a person linked to the investigated general Francisco Espinosa - for a value of more than 3.3 million euros, and that despite recording as finished some of them were not executed or were partially carried out, "what could constitute the crimes of falsifying an official document, falsifying a document mercantile and embezzlement".
This document, to which Europa Press has had access, was sent on January 24, 2020 to Investigating Court Number 3 of Madrid, where alleged irregularities in the contracting of works for Civil Guard barracks in many provinces are being investigated.
In it, the chief colonel Alonso López Malo concludes that the award to this businessman of the works of the Ávila, Castellón, Alicante, A Coruña and Albacete command posts was possible thanks to Lieutenant General Pedro Vázquez Jarava, who was in charge of the Subdirectorate Support General. He points out that these awards "were preceded by the decentralization of credit in favor of these territorial units" by that sub-directorate.
Throughout 33 pages, Internal Affairs analyzes all the awards, and points out that in the case of the Ávila Command there is a judicial declaration by Colonel Carlos Alonso Rodríguez in which he asserts that both the 49,976-euro contract with the company Angrasurcor SL for works in the Navarredonda de Gredos barracks such as the different painting actions in 26 barracks, all entrusted to companies of Ángel Ramón Tejera for an amount of 120,000 euros, they were for that contractor because Vázquez Jarava recommended it.
Regarding the works in Castellón, Alicante, A Coruña, Albacete and Badajoz, Internal Affairs points out that the contracting of the Tejera companies "was preceded - except in Badajoz, which is pending completion - of credit reallocations in favor of the units territories affected by the General Support Sub-directorate".
It indicates that the expense files processed to rehabilitate the Torreblanca and Vall d'Uxió (Castellón) barracks for amounts of 59,986 euros and 58,353 euros are "especially significant because it was the sub-directorate of Vázquez Jarava himself who claimed the works when from the Command of Castellón "did not request this extraordinary assignment, did not select this type of work or the buildings to be rehabilitated, nor was the painting and improvement of those quarters included in the priorities (...).
On the other hand, Internal Affairs focuses on the relationship between the businessman and Lieutenant General Vázquez Jarava, and explains that in his statement before the judge in October 2019, the businessman stated that he had a personal relationship with him and other Civil Guard commanders. . They emphasize that between October 2015 and January 2018 "there is an exponential and apparently unusual increase in the awarding of works" in favor of that contractor, coinciding with the responsibility of Vázquez Jarava at the head of the General Support Sub-directorate.
The circumstance arises that the businessman, known by the alias of Mon, appears on several occasions in the summary of the 'Mediator' case as a participant in meetings in which the leaders of the plot were present, among them the General of the Civil Guard Francisco Espinosa and the former General Director of Livestock of the Canarian Government Tahiset Fuentes.
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