The 'hidden' properties of Cabeza de Vaca, the governor of Tamaulipas with an arrest warrant

Various media have exhibited the wine industry Three Roots in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, as property of the governor of Tamaulipas, Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca.

In social networks a video of the inauguration of the Tres Raíces Vineyard circulated on September 9, 2018, and versions state that it is a company owned by Cabeza de Vaca, who would have used Roberto Cavazos of the company Constructora Roca, used by the governor for public works projects, as prestanombres.

The video shows Ismael, brother of the governor of Tamaulipas, cutting the inaugural ribbon, next to the former mayor of San Miguel de Allende, as well as the municipal president of Dolores Hidalgo, Juan Ramón Rendón, and the secretary of Tourism of Tamaulipas, Fernando Olivera Rocha, who is said to have served as an intermediary in the purchase of the winery.

The vineyard consists of 52 hectares, has recreational and service areas, restaurant, pool, spa, hotel, lounge and gardens for events.

Statement 3 of 3 Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca includes 12 properties, 8 bank accounts, two private investments and an annual income of almost 3 million pesos.

In the document that contains the patrimonial information as the first point, it is observed that the annual net remuneration for public positions, which includes salaries, fees, compensations, bonuses and other benefits, is 2 million 892 thousand 466 pesos, an amount obtained in the period of January 1 to December 31 of last year.

The vineyard does not appear in Cabeza de Vaca’s statement, who is currently a fugitive; Nor does the Reinos event room appear, the most luxurious in Reynosa and which is also said to be owned by the Cow’s head.

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