In June, a former staff member of the Macys foundation, named Lettori, reported money laundering, fraud, tax evasion and false accounting. According to Lettori, the Messi foundation did not use charity money in social affairs, and it also evaded taxes.
On September 30 local time, the Spanish national court ruled on the case. All the evidence presented by Lettori was eventually rejected. At the time, the judge pointed out that there was no really valid data or evidence in the letori charges.
Only two months later, the Spanish court decided to reopen the case. The prosecutors office of the national court decided to reopen the case, and judge Maria Tarleton decided to have a dialogue with reitori. The ABC newspaper pointed out that Tarleton admitted that she was reviewing the case on the basis of media reports, which she believed were trustworthy.
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