The former mayors of Bigastro, Raúl Valerio Medina and José Joaquín Moya along with the former secretary Antonio Saseta were accused of irregularities in the accounting of quotas for Sector D6. Aurelio Murcia, who originally made the complaint, also accused them of either misappropriation or diversion of funds.
The judge at the court of instruction No. 3 in Orihuela, having considered all of the evidence, has now signed an order which says that the irregularities were administrative and do not constitute a crime or breach of trust. He says that the fact that there was no detailed accounting nor a current account opened for the fees from the owners of property in D6 did not constitute an offence.
Medina now criticises Bañuls and Murcia for not providing solutions for the owners during the four years that they have been in power. He further points out that, whilst he did not own land in Sector D6, both the City Council and Charo Bañuls had interests in the land there.