DENIA COURT ORDERS SPANISH POLICE TO CONFIRM ADDRESS FOR HIS SUMMONS
The writ dated 14th of October 2014 -received by lawyers acting for a Rothschild victim yesterday- has ordered the following:
- Reopening of the criminal investigation (preliminary inquiries) that was provisionally set aside (the latter status was not made aware to us as we had thought it was âaliveâ; as it happens, it makes little difference from a practical point of view).
- Informing the Spanish Prosecutor of the Court’s decision.
- Ordering the claimantsâ counsel to submit a criminal complaint, making it extensive to Baron David de Rothschild (the POA did not include him as he was initially not listed as a potential defendant) with a view to âguarantee his right to a legal defenseâ.
- Ordering the Police Forces in Madrid and Barcelona to verify whether Rothschildâs addresses in those cities are suitable for summoning Baron David de Rothschild and Stephen Dewsnip, with a view to being interrogated following an official indictment.
It remains to be seen how will the bank tackle this setback; so far, the Rothschild camp have stood firmly by their IHT mitigation CreditSelect loan product, deriding clients’ claims and being dismissive of the authority and capacity of Spanish Courts.Â