Juan Collado Would Have Charged $ 4.4 Million In Ghost Companies: El País

Juan Ramón Collado, who was a lawyer for former President Enrique Peña Nieto and who is accused of allegedly having links to drug trafficking and money laundering, is now also indicated by the alleged collection of 4.4 million dollars from ghost companies in Andorra.

An investigation made by the Spanish newspaper El País, indicates that the companies "that paid" said sum to Collado Mocelo were: Enterprise Gamki, S.A. from C.V. y Varys Comercial, S.A. from C.V. The newspaper indicated that these companies are of Mexican origin and received public contracts from the Mexican State.

"The companies sent the money to Collado between 2009 and 2012 through 12 transfers." In addition, they pointed out that "the funds reached two accounts of the lawyer at Banca d’Andorra," the newspaper revealed.

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It should be remembered that Juan Ramón Collado was arrested by the Attorney General's Office (FGR) on July 9, 2019, in Mexico City, currently he is under preventive detention in the South Reclusorio of the Mexican capital.

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