Ines Gomez Mont, the Famous television host, is still involved in controversy because A federal judge issued another arrest warrant against him. it is for their alleged responsibility in the crime Tax fraud for 3.6 million pesos to skip payment of Income Tax (ISR) In the 2017 fiscal year, federal government officials disclosed.
to this, they add Four arrest warrants, three of which pertain to alleged offenses of tax evasion, which do not warrant informal preventive detention.
In addition, there is a further order for her possible responsibility in the crime of organized crime and operation with resources of illegal origin, where the arrest of her husband was also ordered. Victor Manuel Álvarez Puga, for the alleged diversion of over 3 billion pesos.
It is noteworthy that the offense of organized crime warrants informal preventive detention. In the tax fraud cases, the FGR requested arrest warrants for alleged offenses committed in default of ISR payments in the financial years 2010, 2016 and 2017.
The driver had reached an indemnity agreement with the Tax Administration Service (SAT) so that no action could be taken against him, but the FGR did not accept and requested an arrest warrant.
Agents of the Federal Public Ministry argued that the total number of Contributions are considered to have been abandoned, and agreements were not made with persons authorized to do so.
They deny security to Ines Gomez Montt
It was on January 17 that a federal judge refused to defend television host Inés Gómez Montt, who challenged the Office of the Attorney General’s (FGR) decision not to order the non-exercise of criminal proceedings in the investigation. Give, which was started against him. their alleged responsibility in the crime of operating with resources of illegal origin.
The matter has not related to the arrest warrant against her and her husband Victor Manuel Alvarez Puga, against whom there is a Red File issued by Interpol where they were probably pointed divert more than 3 billion pesos, which is why he is being charged with money laundering crimes Money and organized crime.
Patricia Marcela Diaz Cerda, Amparo’s Fifth District Judge in Criminal Affairs, It has not yet made public the version of the sentence, but only its resolution.
According to background information, Ines Gomez asked the Special Unit to investigate operations with the funds Illegal Origin and Counterfeiting or Alteration of Currency to Determine Non-Exercise of Criminal Action in Investigation Folder FED/SEIDO/UEIORPIFAM-CDMX/0001159/2017.
The case relates to his tax return for the 2016 fiscal year, where he informed the Tax Administration Service (SAT) that he had received a cumulative income of 39 million 518 thousand pesos.