Two New Defendants In The Case Of Munios Ramone
2021-01-26 | by CusiGO
Manuel Castro and Carmen estriva drome, grandson of Julio munios Ramone, will sit on the bench on Friday for an investigation. They will be overseeing the wishes of industrialists who died in 1991 at Barcelona City Hall by lawyers from the Julio mu è oz Ramonet foundation, and expanding the prosecution for misappropriation after “discovering that most of Mu è Oz’s painting heritage has been misappropriated and failed to deliver.”. Ramone
In February and March last year, the pre-trial judge ordered the National Guard to search some houses, houses and businesses of the family of munios Ramone, an industrialist who left behind a large collection of art and economic value for Barcelona, signed by Greco, Goya, fortuni, Eugenio Lucas and Pantoja. Since then, Rembrandt and solora, as well as medieval altars and tablets, and their successors have refused to hand over things.
Of these records, 474 works of art were seized, which are still in the two warehouses and headquarters of the Madrid Institute for historical heritage, and 18 in mnac in Barcelona. The restored works confirm how the descendants of munios Ramone extracted the works from the house in Montana street, which is also his legacy. However, the most important works in the collection have yet to be found.
After the arrests, criminal lawyer Marc Molins announced in October that he was considering extending the complaint to other family members, along with Lieutenant Jos é Aguila of the UCO heritage Civil Guard and Joan subirats, who is in charge of Barcelona culture. “In Manuel Castro’s home, a recording and positioning called subjective extension has been conducted, new investigations have been added, and people who may be responsible have been added. In the escaiv á de Roma case, as a representative of culturart S.A., the company involved in the series, he said in 2005 that there had never been any work in the house, “Molins explained.” nothing could stop him from adding more research and expanding his research without adding details.
Cousins will make a statement in Madrid and lawyers will follow up from Barcelona. “They also repeated their mother’s and aunt’s excuses for not testifying,” Mullins continued, stressing the importance of putting them on the bench, “because it shows that the whole family is working together. The seizure shows that these works are prepared for Castro and belong to his property. At least he testified with his mother and aunts! “， For him, “unlike previous statements, the presence of these works in his home is closer to the possibility that denying evidence will have criminal consequences.”
Castelo and escriv á de Roma are the heads of most of the 10 entities in the family business group. They have played a more active role in refusing to hand over their grandfather’s works in recent years. The former is also involved in the theft of two of his most famous works: Goya’s and El Greco’s, who recovered himself from his father’s home of Jess Castro after missing from his mother’s home of Isabel mu? NIOS (famous photographer, 2016 National Award). The two works are deposited by the judge in mnac, which is on display in its permanent collection.
The foundation’s lawyers did not carry out the second charge they announced: the invasion of the heritage after examining the poor condition of many works kept in garages and unconditional warehouses, according to the civil defense team’s records. They did not do so because, despite the fact that the judge released the investigation in July, the works did not go to Barcelona as many claimed. The technicians haven’t seen them either. “Judges want to have the documents they need, which are being digitized for review and conclusion. “We do not rule out complaints when we know their protection,” he concluded.
About 200 pieces to get back
According to the records of Madrid and Barcelona, a total of 474 works were retrieved. But according to experts at the munios Ramone foundation, there are more than 200 more. These figures could not be determined until February and March, when documents were also requested to enable people to know the exact amount of work in Julio Mu NIOS’s home at the time of his death in 1991. The family has never provided any records; only the inventory estimates made by munios Ramone at the time of the sale of the collection.