Last night, ‘El Larguero’ of the Cadena SER issued new audios related to this case and presented in the complaint that the RFEF has raised to the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office and that LaLiga is also investigating, as this body admitted in an informative note published yesterday Monday. In them Advíncula was heard asking not to alarm the intermediary Ronald Baroni. “Try not to say anything to him. He thinks everything is fine, I want him to keep thinking that everything is fine, you understand me? As he thinks everything is fine, he will pay me “, said the defense. New testimonies appear every day about the ‘Advíncula Case’. Now has been Ronald Baroni who He has taken a step forward. The Peruvian former player and representative wanted to deny any connection with the alleged irregularities in the payments to the side of the Ray. “I am oblivious to any situation that is not logical. Yes I took Luis al RayoIt was very nice to see him go to Spain, Then I did not intervene in any other operation. I did my intermediary function and nothing else. When I do an operation, I charge my commission, but that has nothing to do with wages. I charged the operation and period, each theme went ahead, “Baroni explained in the program ‘Negrini knows it’ of Radio Ovación. His name jumped to the forefront when the complaint to Rayo was known, on behalf of Advíncula, before the RFEF and LaLiga. In this it was pointed out that a part of the player’s salary was paid in Panama and through Baroni. Something that he uncheck himself, pointing in another direction in this whole matter: “I think that unfortunately in the world in which we are today agents and intermediaries there is much evil. Surely there are people behind wanting to take some project or business to Luis and he has tried to harm everyone. By my side, I am more than calm. I have no problem with anything. Luis is a great professional, he is happy in Rayo and that’s what I know. “
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton asked a federal judge to dismiss recent charges of securities fraud filed against their client by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In court documents filed Friday, Paxton’s lawyers argue that the SEC’s newest allegations must be thrown out because they do “not alleged sufficient facts to support its theory that Mr. Paxton had a legal duty to disclose any sales commission arrangement . . .You must be a subscriber to The Texas Lawbook to access this content. Password Lost your password? Username Remember me Not a subscriber? Sign up for The Texas Lawbook.