The judge confirms the discharging of Mikhail Fridman in the ‘Zed case’

Judge Manuel GarcÃa-Castellon has issued an order rejecting the appeals presented by both the PÃ © rez Dolset family and the Public Prosecutor

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The Court of Instruction number 6 of Madrid has confirmed the indictment of the Russian businessman Mijaíl Fridman in the so-called ‘Zed case’. Judge Manuel GarcÃa-Castellon has issued an order in which he rejects the appeals presented by both the Pà © rez Dolset family and the Public Prosecutor’s Office and confirms that there are no indications of a crime against the magnate, who was accused of having maneuvered to buy the technology company at a bargain price.

“The allegations made by the parties in their respective appeals for reform do not in any way detract from the resolution appealed, limiting themselves to exposing the evidence that in their day led to the initial indictment,” argues the instructor. “After the practice of the measures indicated and analyzed, these necessarily led to agreeing the provisional dismissal,” he adds.

GarcÃa-Castellon maintains that “it is convenient to remember the burden that the accusation entails in the criminal process” and that “a certain verisimilitude judgment is necessary to open an oral trial and therefore to maintain the accusation.” “Especially in instructions like this one, which are delayed in time due to their complexity”.

The judge replies to the Prosecutor’s Office, which insists on the participation of Fridman, assisted by lawyers VÃctor Mercedes and Jesús Santos, in a criminal maneuver to stay with Zed, that “there is no indication whatsoever of Fridman’s participation in the facts under investigation.” It also condemns that an attempt has been made to “introduce into this procedure testimonies corresponding to other causes”.

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