The prosecutor’s office asks to try the former mayor of Calpe PP for devastating a foreign niche in order to bury the official’s grandmother

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In a damning letter marked by details of the shocking funeral, the prosecutors demanded oral proceedings before the provincial court of Alicante against two defendants in the Calpe cemetery case: former PP councilor Bernardo Mol, who was previously in charge of the cemetery. Legislative and Human Resources Head of the Calpina City Council, Antonio Cabrera.

Prosecutors have charged the two with the alleged crime of theft “in media competition with crimes against the memory of the dead”, which will carry a penalty of 13 years of special deprivation of the right to work or hold public office. . And in addition to the former PP alderman, he is also seeking a one-year prison sentence for the alleged crime of workplace harassment against the official who opposed the actions of the two defendants, and who is to be paid 30,000 euros in compensation by the mall. .

In February 2020, the Civil Guard already noticed serious violations in the Calpe cemetery, and now the Prosecutor’s Office has confirmed them and woven a chronicle of what happened there in the smallest and most terrible details, including the exhumation of the body of a German citizen. from his niche on the expressway and left him in a mass grave and his coffin in a container.

Specific interest

According to the documents he had access to, the incidents took place between April 2018 and March 2019. At the time, “the family of the accused Antonio Cabrera was interested in the position of the niche in the Calpe cemetery, as it was very close to another niche containing remains. His late grandfather is buried.” The reason for this interest was that grandmother Frances “was sick, they feared her death, and wanted to be buried there.”

Such interest, the plaintiffs add, was communicated to Bernardo Mol, who was the mayor of the cemetery at the time. And Moll, on the other hand, requested information about the niche from the responsible official, which would affect the whole story, because after proper investigation, she came to the conclusion that the tomb could not be transferred to the family of Antonio Cabrera, since the death of Hermann August Wilhelm Klatt in 1973, they occupied his remains. was made and they had the right to use it “in perpetuity”, i.e. 99 years. Both the injured officer and her rank-and-file superior noted Mole’s refusal.

But the consultant was not satisfied. Plaintiffs further state that “despite the antecedent and imminent death of defendant Antonio Cabrera’s grandmother, defendant Bernardo Mole again insisted that the injured party should make every effort to credit the Cabrera family with the use of the niche. To be able to bury his grandmother’s remains where his grandfather rests. The officer interviewed again replied that this was impossible.

“You have to say yes or yes”

Moll insisted and, in the words of the accuser, “constantly and treacherously demanded that the injured party do all that was necessary to grant relief, forcing her to do so against her will and against the law. If done or yes”, he ordered verbally and looked away, “or there was no need to put gates in the field.”

Despite being “pressured,” the injured officer “remained steadfast in his refusal to give instructions to vacate the niche and give it to the family of accused Antonio Cabrera.” And because of this, when his grandmother was already dead, “between January 22 and 23, 2019, the two defendants jointly developed a way to achieve their goals without the injured party.”

It was then that Cabrera, “taking advantage of his position as chief of staff and exceeding it, proceeded to write an order dealing with an administrative matter unrelated to the facts, in which he ordered the excavation and abatement of the remains. Hermann Augustus.” Wilhelm Klatt general niche for his translation. Moll himself served as the mayor of the cemetery as a customer and gravedigger as recipient. As if that wasn’t enough, Moll signed the order in the presence of the injured officer.

“The skull stays in the bag”

The grave diggers obeyed the order, “disregarding the illegality of the order” and thus “removed the tombstone from the niche of the crypt, broke the plaster covering it, took out the coffin with his body, opened it and brought the remains of the deceased. A bag, which was then taken to a common niche in the same fence, and finally the coffin of the deceased was placed in the container. And, “pursuant to the instructions of both defendants, barely an hour after this exhumation, they proceeded to bury the body of defendant Antonio Cabrera’s grandmother in the empty niche of the Herman Klatt.”

And here begins the most fascinating part of the story of the prosecutor, who believes that the two defendants ordered both operations (the exhumation of Klatt and the subsequent burial of Cabrera’s grandmother in the same grave) “with full knowledge of the illegality of the action taken.” , committed by them, when they were fully aware that they were not subject to the regulations in force, in complete disregard of the legal prerequisites for such burial practices, without following the exhumation protocol or taking the necessary measures to ensure public health and due attention and respect to human remains, And in complete disregard of the memory of the late Hermann August Wilhelm Klatt and the burial rights of his patients and relatives.

The prosecutor’s office stressed that, contrary to what the Calpean City Council had initially said, no attempt was made to find Klatt’s relatives in advance, “immediately, secretly and secretly depriving the deceased of his niche and his coffin, depriving him of his right to rest. them and thus achieved his ultimate objective, which was to bury accused Antonio Cabrera’s grandmother in an equally illegal manner.

“Let him go count the seagulls”

The prosecutor’s note recalls that once “actions were taken, they went beyond the media.” Effective Marina Plaza Posted on January 25, 2019 “Express Eviction” from Calpa’s Cemetery. The prosecutor’s office emphasized that the publication “caused the defendant Bernardo Mole to become angry with the affected party, whom he held responsible for the leak” and against whom he began to “repeatedly and publicly make clearly hostile and insulting statements against third parties”.

So, Moll threatened the officer to “fire her or humiliate her at work with expressions like ‘let’s see how I can fuck her'” that she was going to try to fire her before her term was up, if she could? Don’t fire her. I’ll see if I can send her up to the terrace above the town hall to count the seagulls, “or hopefully she’ll stay on too long a holiday.”

The allegations were leveled by the People’s Counsel against the colleagues of the injured party, to “humiliate her publicly”. All this, “in addition to the pressure previously received by Mole to obtain a certain release, the victim developed a situation of great stress and psychological impact, which led to high blood pressure, for which she had to go to a medical center and request treatment, sick leave.

Who should testify in court

By calling for an oral trial, the prosecutor requested the questioning of the two defendants and the testimony of the injured officer in the case, her rank-and-file superiors, and several other witnesses, including Civil Guard personnel who testified once. .

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