The Instruction Judge at the centre of the massive Malaya Corruption case in Marbella, Miguel Ángel Torres, has been talking in public about the affair for the very first time.
In a speech entitled ‘Town Planning Corruption as a form of Organised Crime’, he alluded to the Malaya case where a network of companies were set up to buy and sell the property through front men……..
He said he supported the idea of creating specific courts to hear only cases of corruption. In any case he said he wanted to see harsher punishments and all cases of corruption being treated as penal crimes.
Miguel Ángel Torres is from Granada, and at the end of next month he will take up a post in a Penal Court in Santa Fe. Judge Óscar Pérez has been assigned to take over the Malaya case.’ typicallyspanish copyright
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