The Prosecutor's office of Cantabria has asked in its statement of qualifications six years of jail time for the former Racing Santander Francisco Pernía and three years of imprisonment for his successor in the charge, Ángel Lavín, for the management of both the front of the club spaniard.
For Pernía calls for three years of imprisonment for the offence of misappropriation and other three years due to unfair administration, the same crime that the Prosecutor charged in a second writing qualification Ángel Lavín, for which it also requests three years in prison, ahead of time for the Chain to BE.
in Addition, the Office proposes to impose three years in prison to José Ignacio Urquijo, who was technical in the lower sections of the Racing, and the player representative John Vergara, who is also accused of having committed a crime of misappropriation.
In the writing, recounts, among other facts, that Pernía verified transfers from Racing for more than 956.000 euros between 2007 and 2011, the school of training of football players launched in Brazil by him, in agreement with Urquijo y Vergara, who in the most part "comprises not the destination" or that they were used for that project.
in Addition, it ensures that Urquijo and Vergara turned bills Racing through a commercial company for an amount of 316.993 € "without the slightest justification or any kind of destination for those amounts", which spent, according to the office of the Prosecutor, to "integrate the heritage" of both the "knowledge and consent" of Pernía.
therefore, he considers that the facts constitute an offence of misappropriation in that it points to Urquijo and Vergara as "co-authors" and Pernía as "partner required" and asks for the three a sentence of three years imprisonment and pay a compensation solidarity 316.993 euros.
In the case of Pernía asks to be imposed in addition to another three years in jail and to pay a compensation of 94.387 euros by, among other accusations, "divert unreasonably" more of 84.300 euro club Joseph Fields when I conclude the professional relationship that he had with the Racing.
The Prosecution concludes that these facts constitute a criminal offence of unfair administration continued and were stated by the bankruptcy administrators of the club, which gave rise to the complaint submitted by the Association of Former Players of Real Racing Club and by the entity racinguista.
In the story of Ángel Lavín, calls to impose three years in prison and to pay a compensation to the Racing 216.400 euros for decisions he took as head of the club as of may 2012, at a time when the entity was in a "grave" economic situation, he remembers the Prosecutor's office.
In that context, the accused, among other acts, the unilateral decision to be in charge of executive director of the club with a salary overrides 72,000 or renew a contract of lease of several houses in the name of the club for 36,000 euros per year, against the opinion of the bankruptcy administrators
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