After customs lodged a complaint at the end of June 2022, a hearing on smuggling charges against Eliodoro Matte Larraín’s daughter, Pilar Matte Capdevila, was scheduled for August 14 next year.
he August 14th next year To Pilar Matt Capdevilla, daughter of businessman Eliodoro Matt Larrain, smuggling crime .
According to reports, Finance Journal (DF)the hearing against the accused will take place at 11:00 am in the Court of First Guarantee in Santiago.
Recall that at the end of June 2022, the National Customs Service filed a complaint against Pilar Matte Capdevila for smuggling. This is after the woman declared the goods as her US$526, when in fact they were worth more than her US$40,000 ($29 million) and included three pieces of jewelry, a set of glasses and other products. I was.
Therefore, on February 17, the persecutor Pablo Alonso of the Pudahuel Public Prosecutor’s Office requested a date for a formal investigation into the accused. Judge Karen Munoz then set a hearing for August, according to media quotes.
It should be noted that three days later, namely on the 20th of the same month, Christian Muga, Pilar Matt’s lawyer, demanded that the defendant be questioned on his dismissal. Because of this, he requested a hearing to discuss it.
DF said at the time, Judge Fernando Guzman said, “It should be discussed in the hearings already scheduled.”
Eliodoro Matt Larrain’s daughter’s defense assures it was ‘harmless error’
At the end of June 2022, after customs lodged a complaint, Eliodoromat’s daughter’s defense argued that it was all “innocent error.”
The problem is the jewel in question, as customs is obliged to lodge a complaint, according to the lawyer.
“This is a private purchase and includes some items, a non-commercial nature such as costume jewelry, and some jewelry items,” an expert said on the day.
In this context, defense counsel has already said it does not rule out alternative solutions to the complaint.
The Matte family is one of Chile’s strongest families, and it’s worth noting that Eliodoro played a key role. From his 2002 to 2016 he served as CMPC’s president, but Tisch he resigned after the papers’ collusion. He also served as president of the CEP (Center for Public Studies).