The former director of the Faffe Foundation, Fernando Villén, has been sentenced to six years in prison for using public money to pay the bill in several alternate premises. The Provincial Court of Seville has announced this Thursday its resolution after the trial held for the diversion of funds from the institution, which depended on the Junta de Andalucía and in which the one who was responsible for the economic-financial department of the agency has also been convicted for manipulating the accounting to pretend that the money had been returned.
As reported by the press service of the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA), Fernando Villén has been convicted of a continuous crime of embezzlement in medial contest with a continuous crime of falsification in an official document as an inducer and imposes six years in prison, a fine of 7,200 euros and special disqualification for the exercise of public office or employment for six years.
The one who was his main collaborator has been convicted, for his part, for a crime of embezzlement in medial contest with a continuous crime of falsification in an official document, also as author, imposing the penalty of five years and three months less one day in prison, 5,840 euros fine and special disqualification for the exercise of public office or employment for five years.
The Court also imposes on Fernando Villén the obligation to compensate the Junta de Andalucía with 24,129 euros, which would be the amount that has not yet been returned of the total of 32,566 euros spent in brothels.