‘Villa de Pitanxo’ owner won’t be able to go out fishing: Judge withdraws his passport and forces him to sign it every 15 days


Judge Ismail Moreno accepts measures sought by prosecutor for Juan Padón accused of 21 reckless murders

The owners of the ‘Villa de Pitanxo’, Juan Padón Costa (left), and his nephew, Eduardo Rial Costa (right) upon arrival at Audiencia.EFE
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Judge takes back employer’s passport villa de pitanxo and forbade him to leave Spain. You will also have to appear before the court every 15 days. These are the precautionary measures requested by the prosecutor in the case and they believe that, as requested by the families of the deceased sailors, Juan Padno Cannot go out for fishing during investigation.

A private charge has called for provisional prison, a measure that the judge rejected after believing there was no flight risk due to the investigation’s roots in Spain.

Paddon appears this Monday as a defendant in the National High Court, which is investigating the cause of the shipwreck that killed 21 people in Newfoundland waters. He is accused of 21 murders by negligence and an offense against the rights of workers.

The allegation is based on the account of only one of the three survivors, a Ghanaian-born sailor. Samuel Quesey, The other two owners are himself and his nephew. The three have met again in front of National High Court Judge Ismail Moreno.

The Ghanaian sailor’s version is that the captain refused to cut the rigging despite the fact that the harvesting machinery was not working properly and the ship was listed as dangerous. It was that of the captain and his nephew, that the engines shut down and it was this fault that, coupled with rough seas, ruined the ship.

Another point of discrepancy is the survival suit needed to survive in the cold waters of the North Atlantic. The Boss says that he ordered them to be worn, while Quasi confirms that it was not.

Only the captain and his nephew wore them. Many of those who died were due to hypothermia. They managed to enter one of the life rafts, but died from the cold and their body slid into the water through a hole in the bottom from a collision with the ship. None of the nine bodies recovered was wearing a special suit.

The investigation also revealed that the ship was equipped with rescue measures for 22 people, despite 24 people on board.

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