CDMX.- The General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic (FGR) managed to have him processed by a illicit enrichment of 21.9 million pesos Hector Taurino Landa, former head of the Tax Administration Service (SAT).
The Second Criminal Unitary Court in Mexico City linked the former SAT official to the process because did not declare before the authorities the purchase of three properties in the capital of the country, including an address in Jardines del Pedregal for more than 21 million pesos.
This residence in the exclusive area of CDMX, whose cadastral value is valued at 15 million pesos, was transferred to the former Central Administrator for Strategic Coordination of Large Taxpayers of the SAT, as announced last November Reform.
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Héctor Taurino Landa did not report the assets in his patrimonial declarations from 2015 to 2018 before the Ministry of Public Function (SFP), as well as his annual declarations before the SAT, where he worked from March 1, 2013 to November 30, 2018.
In his first statement of assets, which dates from April 29, 2013, he reported income of 108,131 pesos to the SFP, and indicated his wife and children as financial dependents of him.
At that time, the former head of the SAT only had two properties: one located on Calle Comercio 117 in the Escandón neighborhood, bought in 2012 for 600,000 pesos, and sold in 2017 for 3,150,000 pesos.
The other property was located on Calle Cerrada del Coyote, at Rancho Don Salvador, kilometer 5, in Xalapa, Veracruz, and at that time it was valued at 3 million 694 thousand pesos.
The three properties that the FGR imputed to him as part of his illicit enrichment were acquired in a period of three years, and the one with the highest capital gain corresponds to a residence located on Calle Iglesia 143 of the Jardines del Pedregal subdivision, Álvaro Obregón mayor’s office.
Said property was transferred to Taurino Landa on July 6, 2018 by Arrendadora Franlluti under the concept of payment dation, for a provision of services that took place on January 30, 2015.
However, the FGR pointed out that the fiscal address of said company is not locatable, in addition to that it did not report income or expenses in its tax returns, nor did it have the financial solvency to acquire the residence in Jardines del Pedregal.
In fact, the Ministry of Finance included Arrendadora Franlluti in a network made up of 324 “factureras” that simulated operations with entities of various economic lines.
“Said company does not present an economic solvency to have granted you in payment a property with a value at that time of 15 million pesos, properties that were not registered in its patrimonial declarations as tax”, indicates the link to the process.
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Another property that was not reported by the former senior SAT official is located on Calle Primera Privada Nabor Carrillo, Olivar de los Padres neighborhood, Álvaro Obregón mayor’s office, which was acquired in 2015 for 4 million 200 thousand pesos.
The third property imputed by the FGR is a sub-condominium that Landa bought right in front of the SAT offices on April 11, 2016 for 2,700 thousand pesos, in the Centro neighborhood of Mexico City.