Amnesia raided, $2M found in walls
Money Laundering Investigation
Two days ago Spanish authorities raided notorious Ibiza club, Amnesia. Police officials cannot comment on the operation though it was confirmed through local newspaper, Diario de Ibiza, that the owner of Amnesia, Martin Ferrer, has been arrested along with three others.
The authorities arrived at the venue with “pick axes and other tools to find hiding olaces in the offices of Amnesia.” Two million dollars was recovered from secret compartments in the wall. Assests have been seized along with safety deposit boxes around the island, and a boat belonging to Ferrer.
Martin Ferrer’s son was arrested, Marti, as well as the clubs club’s business manager and accountant. The operation was carried out on site by agents of the Central Operating Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard reinforced with effective Team Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Administration (Edoa), experts from the Tax Agency and trained dogs.