Judge Manuel García Castellón investigates whether the Ministry of the Interior paid with funds reserved for the prisoner to whom Luis Bárcenas asked to access his recordings with senior PP positions. The Kitchen case instructor has ordered the Judicial Police to trace in the documentation that work in power of the Deputy Operational Management (DAO) if it was paid with public funds to the Colombian inmate Isidro Sánchez to spy on the former PP treasurer. The holder of the Court of Instruction Number 6 of the National Hearing expands in this way the investigations to determine whether the operation to spy on Bárcenas was extended within the prison of Soto Del Real (Madrid), in which he entered the former People Popular in 2013 After uncovering his fortune hidden in Switzerland. Bárcenas himself reported before Judge García Castellón, who during his first stage in prison he ordered this inmate to access his recordings and erase the one who supposedly had with the former president of the Mariano Rajoy government. The former treasurer explained that he adopted this decision to have a gesture with the dome of the PP and redirecting his relations with his members. The Colombian prisoner, for his part, admitted the order, but he assured that he gave the money he gave Bárcenas to a computer And that this one ended up being the money. So, always according to the version of this inmate, the mandate of Bárcenas was never carried out.
The judge of the 'Operation Kitchen' investigates if interior paid with funds reserved for the prisoner to which Bárcenas asked to erase the ribbon with Rajoy
Judge Manuel García Castellón investigates whether the Ministry of the Interior paid with funds reserved for the prisoner to whom Luis Bárcenas asked to access