Sang Chin Chun won’t come to Spain to testify, but offers video conference

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Peter Kavinsky

Madrid, 22 September (EFE). Malaysian businessman San Chin Chun sent a letter to the judge in the mask case explaining that he cannot travel to Spain to testify as requested by the magistrate. but he proposes to do so via videoconference from the Spanish Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, which has already been rejected by the Justice of the Peace.

In a brief memo obtained recently in court, a man who claims to be Sun Chin Chun, a businessman who sold medical supplies to businessmen Alberto Lucegno and Luis Medina, specifies that his speech will be in Chinese and states that he understands that the aforementioned embassy will have “some kind of videoconferencing system that can be connected to the Spanish court, which certainly also has a videoconferencing system.”

The letter reiterates that he has already answered the questions that were sent to him from Spain before the Malaysian authorities, but he does not understand “why the Malaysian government did not send my answers to Spain” and offers to testify before a judge.

But he clarifies that for work reasons it is “impossible” for him to go to Spain, and suggests going to the Spanish Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on October 21 or 28, at 10 am Spanish time, to have a video conference, since later it would not be possible from – for the difference in time.

Thus, the businessman is responding to a recent ruling by Judge Adolfo Carretero in which he does not give “any probative value” to alleged emails from Malaysian businessman Sun Chin Chun in which he defended commission agents under investigation for fraud by the Madrid City Council. and summons him to Spain to testify in court.

In this letter, the magistrate made it clear that he would no longer send Letters of Request to Malaysia and would not make any statements via videoconference.

He does this because the emails he allegedly sent over the summer, in which he confirmed that the defendants, Alberto Lucegno and Luis Medina, were the exclusive agents of his Leno company and that the operation carried out on them was correct, have “have not probative value” if he does not confirm them before the judge, “answering all the questions that the parties ask about them and other questions of interest to the case.”

For this reason, he urges “a person calling himself Sang Chin Chun to indicate, if so, the dates on which he may appear before this court.”

This businessman, who was the one who received the sanitary supplies that Lucegno and Medina later sold to the Madrid City Council, surprised this summer by taking legal action via email, in which he indicated that “the price would have been the same” without them, because that “you don’t sell at a higher price because there are agents”, and defended that “without them there would be no operation”.

Judge Carretero has already refused to send a new commission of inquiry to Malaysia, whose government has demanded “reciprocity” from Spain, “including enforcement of the flogging punishment so that it can be applied to those extradited from Spain to Malaysia for the same crime as we “. investigated and punished in this Asian country.”

In this case, in which a judge recently agreed to testify in person on behalf of the State Attorney on behalf of the Internal Revenue Service, it is being investigated whether businessmen Alberto Lucegno and Luis Medina, son of Duke Feria and Nati Abascal, may have deceived the City Council in a medical supplies operation at the start of the pandemic. with the help of which they pocketed 6.6 million dollars

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at

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