A woman, 67, managed to enter the house that illegally squatting in Zaragoza after requesting the help of the local police and firefighters.
Then he filed a complaint against the owner of the property for alleged coercion, alleging that he had thrown it violently.
The events occurred this Thursday when the woman called the local police to help him enter a living house on Mariano Cherry Street in the Aragonese capital.
He recognized the agents that it was an okupa and explained that he was sick and needed some medicines that were inside the floor.
Previously, the owner of the property, after taking off all those who resided illegally, had upgrade and put padlocks to the doors that prevented access.
Therefore, the local police contacted firefighters, who acceded housing through a window with a staircase.
Once inside, they deduced that the floor had recently been inhabited by what authorized the squat to access the building again not before breaking the chain that prevented the entrance.
Subsequently, the woman denounced before the National Police to the owner of the building, claiming that, to cast him, he urged threats, so he is investigated for a crime of coercion.
Vasile Adrian Codrin, who is dedicated to construction, is the owner of the building in question, which bought it for 90,000 euros to a bank and has managed to recover it.
Last June Codrin acquired the six homes and the two premises that make up the farm located at the 40th of Mariano Cherry Street, in the popular neighborhood of El Hook.
It is a central area of the a little degraded city, in which the City of Zaragoza intends to carry out a project to try to improve security. It has already proceeded to upload some narcopolo.
The owner explained that "little by little" has been getting the squats left the building. Some have paid 600 euros, including the woman of the conflict, and others, "thanks to an Algerian friend of mine who knew them and has spoken with them, they have left."
As the Okupas left, he was uploading the houses: "The funny thing is that the local police has put a chain with a padlock to the house of this woman so he can enter and leave because I had closed access to housing."
In the version given to the police, the woman said she was coming out of her house and that Codrin gave her a push that made her fall to the ground and snatched her keys.
He then told him that he had a torch and that he was going to use it so that he did not enter into the inside of the house or the common areas, since he had changed the door bomb.
The owner ensures that he does not understand "how the law is". "It's my building and an okupa can call the police and let you enter again when she had gone voluntarily."
His lawyer, Carmen Sánchez Herrero, studies possible legal actions to "guarantee the rights of the real owner".
He has declared that "this man bought the building to a bank and all he has done is to put a chain. The police can investigate some supposed coercions, but can not open a building to anyone."Updated Date: 21 August 2021, 11:20