The complaint describes how the owner of RR7 allegedly deceived the Canary Health Service to increase his assets
According to the complaint of the Anticorruption Prosecutor,
the company RR7 would have deceived the Canary Health Servicewith whom he came into contact thanks, supposedly, to a web of friendships, and later, once he collected the money, he tried to erase the trail of it
with the purchase of vehicles through other companies.
In the letter, the prosecutor records the detailed investigation into how RR7 came into contact with the SCS and how he allegedly later moved the money -4 million euros in two payments-. As if that were not enough, the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor emphasizes how,
“once the contract has been breached”articulated from the SCS a «private arrangement transferred to an administrative resolution conceived solely from the particular perspective of solving the terrible administrative management».
How did Rayco Rubén González, owner of RR7, deceive the administration? This is how the prosecutor summarizes the “Rayco scam”: “(...) he had to cheat to get the total amount of the contract. He used the trick and the false one to obtain the remaining two million euros that he initially could not obtain due to the lack of sufficient credit in the General Directorate of Economic Resources and he had to rectify the invoice accepting the installment payment, but with the obligation ( from the first payment) to justify the funds released in advance (the first two million euros).
The trap was used later -once the award was obtained for the favored treatment- important false masks and the ruse was used to obtain the second payment of the price of the supply, Rayco fully aware of the impossibility of accessing legal masks of the 3M brand and with the clear will to definitively incorporate into its
assets the amount of 1,350,000 euros He made Ana María Pérez Afonso believe in the need for all the money for the delivery of the masks, knowing that he was going to keep 1,350,000 euros.
As for the money trail, the complaint states that Rayco Rubén González used
«of a corporate network based in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, constituted with the companies of their direct relatives, to channel the illicit flows of money obtained from the Canary Islands Health Service for the prior commission of a criminal activity (fraud)». Prosecutor Ródenas then details the banking movements carried out by the businessman "with the marked purpose of covering up the illicit origin of the public money obtained, as well as frustrating the possibilities of collection (of the money definitively incorporated into his assets) by the
Canary Tax Agency». In this sense, it should be remembered that the Canarian Government numbered a dozen attempts by the Tax Agency to recover the money, all of them unsuccessful.
For that concealment,
The businessman used the companies Yimbo 7 Inversiones SL and Berabemar 2017 SL. The complaint qualifies the banking movements as "simulated corporate loan operations to companies that are ultimately under their control." Likewise, it allocates part of the public money obtained to pay the rent of "a luxury home" and to the purchase of high-end cars, specifically a Porsche Panamera, a Porsche 992 and a Masserati Levante. In short, adds the prosecutor, «
Rayco Rubén definitively incorporated 1,350,000 euros into his assets, converting most of it (1,083,841.36 euros) into high-end vehicles through transfers that he ordered among his companies (...) the rest of the money being spent on a high standard of living that satisfied the public treasury».
When analyzing the movements of the company Yimbo 7 Inversiones, the complaint also refers to the purchase of three cars
Lamborghini, a Bentley Bentayga and a Mercedes Benzvehicles whose "urgent embargo" is requested from the court for having "direct origin in public money illicitly incorporated into the assets of the defendant."
Likewise, the instructor is asked to block the accounts of the companies that are part of that network described in the complaint.