The federal deputy for the labor party (PT), Gerardo Fernandez Norona, threw himself against the journalist Carlos Loret de Mola in defense of the eldest son of the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO), Jose Ramon Lopez Beltran, after it became known that he has two properties in the United States worth close to a million dollars.
Through your official account Twitter, a place that has served as a stage where the federal deputy constantly launches strong criticism of the opposition bloc in defense of López Obrador and his actions under the position of Chief Executive; Fernández Noroña reacted to a fragment of an interview that Loret de Mola conducted with the actor, businessman and candidate for the governorship of Quintana Roo, Robert Palazuelos.
“Show us your humble Loretito jacal, and that of your guest, as they are so impressed by a house in Houston. Frankly I don’t think it will even reach the heels of your apartment in Miami. @CarlosLoret”, wrote the petista on social networks.
In the excerpt from said interview, which was published by Loret de Mola on his social networks, the party’s pre-candidate Citizen movement (MC), asked to be invited to the property in Houston, Texas in which, according to an investigation carried out by Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI) and LatinusJosé Ramón López Beltrán lived next to his wife Carolyn Adams.
According to the aforementioned media, the mansion belonged to Keith L. Schilling, former executive of Baker Hughes, one of the largest oil companies in the world.
The report indicates that Schilling was global sales and commercial director of July 2017 to November 2018, a period in which the multinational obtained two contracts in Mexican oil (Pemex) of up to 66 million dollars, one of them is still valid in the current federal government.
It was in 2021 when the couple moved to a newly built residence, a two-story house in Cypress, Texas that was again registered to Adams. Its approximate value is up to 19 million pesos, this varies according to the specialized sites that give an approximate of the cadastral valuation, which is always less than the commercial value.
The residence has 447 square meters of construction, according to MCCI, has fine finishes in stone and wood, four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, three parking spaces, kitchen, living room and amenities such as: bar, game room and even movie theater.
It is worth mentioning that it was recently revealed that Schilling He did not know that his tenant was López Beltrán.
“Had no prior relationship, personal connection, or familiarity with the tenant or the tenant’s family in any way, shape or form,” Schilling said in a news release emailed to Bloomerg. “In any of my roles at Baker Hughes, had no responsibility for any business activity or contract in, or relating to, Mexico,” he added.
Likewise, the former executive indicated that his house was rented from August 2019 to July 2020 and payment was made monthly.
“As is standard practice when I’m moving for work, I rented my personally owned home in the Houston area to a third party from August 2019 to July 2020. The parties entered into a typical market-rate rental agreement. They paid me monthly, according to the terms of the lease,” said the former Bake Hughes executive.