García-Castellón refuses to investigate the former Interior minister for the conversation about Sánchez's father-in-law

The judge of the National Court Manuel García Castellón has refused to investigate the former commissioner José Manuel Villarejo and the former number two of the Ministry of the Interior Francisco Martínez for a conversation between the two in which the intention of the State Sewers to “politically kill Pedro” was revealed.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
15 May 2024 Wednesday 22:33
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García-Castellón refuses to investigate the former Interior minister for the conversation about Sánchez's father-in-law

The judge of the National Court Manuel García Castellón has refused to investigate the former commissioner José Manuel Villarejo and the former number two of the Ministry of the Interior Francisco Martínez for a conversation between the two in which the intention of the State Sewers to “politically kill Pedro” was revealed. Sanchez.” From the audio of that talk it is clear that both agreed to allocate media and police to continue investigating the president's family environment. Specifically, the father of Begoña Gómez, Sánchez's wife.

Begoña Gómez's father was attributed the ownership of various saunas in which prostitution was supposedly practiced, and in their meeting, Villarejo and Martínez came to the conclusion that the revelation of this fact would reveal and destroy Begoña's political career. Sánchez, taking into account the feminist agenda that she promoted in the Socialist Party.

After these audios were revealed, the PSOE asked the National Court to take a statement from Villarejo and Martínez as those under investigation, since according to the socialists the conversation would reveal that "they would have investigated without a court order or indicative support" the father-in-law of Pedro Sánchez.

However, in an order dated this Thursday, May 16, the judge of the National Court investigating the Tándem case, in line with what was requested by the Prosecutor's Office, dismissed the request that the PSOE had made within the framework of piece 34. of the Tándem case when this formation understood that the crimes of administrative prevarication, revelation of secrets and embezzlement of public funds had been committed.

“There are no indications that the information regarding the father-in-law of the President of the Government of the Nation Pedro Sánchez is the result of any investigation in which José Manuel Villarejo Pérez, in his capacity as Commissioner of the National Police Corps assigned to the DAO, participated. and Francisco Martínez Vázquez, from his position as Secretary of State for the Interior,” says García Castellón.