Drug trafficking in Mallorca | They refuse to release Carlos Cortés, ‘El Charly’

Drug trafficking in Mallorca | They refuse to release Carlos Cortés, ‘El Charly’
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The court considers that there is a risk of him reoffending

Carlos Cortés, ‘El Charly’, will remain in prison. The Palma Court has refused to release the president of the Federation of Gypsy Associations of the Balearic Islands (Fagib), who He is accused of leading an organization that brought significant quantities of cocaine into Mallorca..

The defense of ‘El Charly’ alleged that other investigators who have the same participation, such as Joaquín Fernández, ‘The Lender’, are free. Furthermore, the president of the Fagib has a “solid” family, social and economic roots.

The court, however, considers that there is a risk that he will offend again. “Not only are drug trafficking activities investigated, but the size of the clan to which he allegedly belongs determines a constant flow of drugs that supplies multiple subgroups», indicates the Court.

«The facts investigated determine a multiplicity of criminal structures, with a greater or lesser number of members in each one and ability to regenerate easily».

The Civil Guard places ‘El Charly’ as the head of the Los Valencianos clan in its Mallorcan branch, which meets with the financiers of the alleged cocaine buying and selling operations in the Peninsula.

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