The dancer Rafael Amargo.


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The dancer Rafael Amargo.

The Court of Instruction number 48 of Madrid has investigation concluded against the dancer and choreographer Rafael Amargo, his wife, Luciana, and two of his partners, just when it is fulfilled one year from his detention considering that “there is sufficient evidence” to prosecute them for a crime against public health, in its modality of drug trafficking, and belonging to a criminal group. In a car, to which Europa Press has had access, the instructor Juan Ramón Reig agrees to transform the proceedings against Rafael GH, Luciana DMB, Juan Eduardo SB and Manuel Ángel B. A. in an abbreviated procedure to initiate the procedures so that the case is judged by the Provincial Court of Madrid. Rafael Amargo was arrested on December 1, 2020 in the framework of the Codax operation. Along with him, the artist’s partner and Yerma’s production assistant, Eduardo Santos, were arrested. The magistrate has now transferred to the Public Ministry and the individual accusations so that within ten days they formulate a statement of accusation, requesting the opening of trial or dismissal of the case. All of this, the order clarifies, without prejudice “to the fact that they may exceptionally claim the practice of complementary proceedings that they consider essential to formulate the accusation.” In the order, the investigating magistrate states that those investigated in the case “acted by common agreement in the reception, preparation and distribution of narcotic substances, especially methamphetamine, to third parties. “And it places the development of the activity “in the house that Rafael GH shared with Luciana DMB”. The resolution relates how those investigated operated when selling narcotic substances. To the address of Rafael and Luciana “buyers accessed after pressing the button on the intercom correspondent or make a phone call“.” After a few minutes at home, left the property carrying the acquired substance, which, due to the amount intervened in the cases in which they were intercepted, exceeded what can be considered for self-consumption, “adds the judicial text. It also points out that the distribution of narcotic substances “was done using mules, mainly through Manuel Ángel B. L “. The magistrate points out, that” once contacted with the buyer, Jesús Rafael GH sent to the from with narcotic substances, either walking or using Ubers contracted by the buyer so as not to leave a trace. “Once the substance was delivered, the mule returned to the home to deliver the money obtained. In this activity, all those investigated participated, each one with different tasks,” a concerted and coordinated distribution of functions, in which Rafael GH played the role of leader of the network, taking care of the purchase of medium-sized quantities of narcotic substances to supply the group with this illicit merchandise destined for their trafficking. “In relation to Juan Eduardo SB, the order clarifies that he also provided, apparently, the economic resources for Acquire illicit substances in larger quantities. The order gives an account of the quantities intervened in the entry and registration of the different domiciles investigated, the telephone calls between sellers and buyers, the quantities seized from the buyers and the content of the substances, generally Metanfetamina, ketamine, MDMA y GBL.