Four Anti Terrorist Police Are Accused Of Leaking Bbva Data To Veraleho

2021-02-24   |   by CusiGO

Manuel Garc í a Castell ó n, judge of the National High Court, the pre-trial judge in the villareho case, summoned four national police officers who were said to have provided confidential BBVA information to the retired Commissioner Jos é Manuel villareho for two weeks between 2014 and 2016. This is a chief inspector, a deputy inspector and two police officers, all of whom worked in the general information administration responsible for combating terrorism in that year. They are said to have extracted the restricted use database of 15 people from five police databases, Among them is a Bulgarian citizen who shares a cell with President Luis Pineda of osbank, whom Mr. villareho has monitored for the financial institution.

The judge will hear testimony from four police officers currently in other positions in the police force, who are charged with divulging secrets and bribery. Two of them have been held in prison since their arrest in November 2017 and have been listed as being investigated for similar incidents in other parts of the macro case of the Ombudsman’s lynching plot.

The four police officers issued subpoenas at the request of the office of the prosecutor against corruption after a report of the internal affairs unit identified officers who had entered the police database to obtain information in the past two years, which villareho subsequently included in his report. The summary in part 9. According to the investigation, the financial institution paid the police nearly 10.3 million euros for 14 years’ service. The judge’s order stressed that to this end, the retirement Commissioner processed “a large amount of personal data related to the persons under investigation, many of which can be accessed through different police files and Applications”, and the contents of which cannot be “transferred to private entities”, As the judge stressed.

The judge’s order stressed that on November 10, 2016, an alleged police officer entered the adextra database (including but not limited to parentage, residence, passport and photos of foreign citizens) to obtain information about eight Bulgarians, Including Pineda’s then cellmate, villarrejo suspected Pineda might use him to retaliate against the entity. This is not the only consultation about these people. Also in November, two other alleged police officers looked up their data in the databases Argos (Consultative System for civil security and border control) and sidenpol (collection of complaints from police stations and police interveners), Atlas (including police’s examination and search of people) and characters (including cataloging information of people and objects of interest to the police). After villarejo was arrested in 2017, all this data appeared in two folders called “Bulgaria” and “bonds”, which the Commissioner kept on his computer device.

The police investigation also found that a police officer from adextra and Atlas base made irregular inquiries about two other foreign citizens who were later included in the neigbour project report. In that name, the Commissioner named BBVA’s investigation of Alexander n. ch, President of a Siberian oil and gas company, in which villarejo obtained information from 17 other people. In the order, the judge also asked the police to expand the information collected so far on the espionage, as an investigation conducted at four police bases on the same day had not yet identified the perpetrators.

The accused Deputy Prosecutor must answer his queries in Argos, Atlas, sidenpol and people databases about villarejo’s five people in his project Templar. In this work, the Commissioner investigated Eduardo s.l., a 75 year old investor who bought real estate with a former tenant. According to the documents in the dossier, BBVA is alleged to have commissioned villarejo to check the employer’s “personal, professional, business and, in particular, ethical” solvency. The Commissioner investigated his close relatives and associates and stressed in the report that they had a police background.

Finally, the judge will question a chief prosecutor who visited the addnifil database (which collects all identity card information) on November 27 and 28, 2014, concerning Luis R.D., the main person villarejo monitored in the hard project. In this regard, the Commissioner investigated the manager of a company engaged in real estate promotion. The order stressed that the chief prosecutor accused of these acts is now retired and he has been included in the rest of the villareho case for similar acts.