The judge asks the Police for Begoña Gómez’s DNI and warns the prosecutor for his attempt to control the case

The judge asks the Police for Begoña Gómez’s DNI and warns the prosecutor for his attempt to control the case
The judge asks the Police for Begoña Gómez’s DNI and warns the prosecutor for his attempt to control the case

Judge Juan Carlos Peinado has addressed a letter to the National Police in which he requests the DNI of Begoña Gómez “given the state of the proceedings” that are being followed in the Investigative Court number 41 of Madrid, which last April opened proceedings against the president’s wife of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, for alleged influence peddling and corruption in business.

Likewise, the magistrate has requested a report from the Legal Administration of Justice to quantify what he considers “frequent and unusual personal visits” by the Prosecutor’s Office in court.

It does so in several provisions, to which laSexta has had access, in which refers to Begoña Gómez as “investigated”despite the fact that she does not formally have that consideration, since she has not yet been called to testify.

The judge has also transferred the witness statement of the director of ‘El Confidencial’ to the popular accusations, and in the fourth and last of these rulings he accepts the appearance of the far-right organization in the case. Clean handswho was pending the appointment of a lawyer and who denounced Gómez based on press clippings.

Reproach to the Prosecutor’s Office

For the magistrate, The procedural attitude of the Prosecutor’s Office in this case is “unusual”: the judge considers “singular“the interposition of appeal “almost automatically” after the opening of proceedings and also speaks of “insistence to have immediate knowledge of the content of the resolutions, not only issued but those that may be issued.”

Thus, it asks the Lawyer of the Administration of Justice “to highlight the frequency with which these visits are made personal and insistence on knowing the resolutions that are dictated, even before being notified”.

Given this warning from Judge Peinado, tax sources inform laSexta that, given the lack of information of the actions of the court investigating the case, the Prosecutor’s Office has been interested in what steps were being taken. They also point out that the Public Ministry only has found out about the proceedings adopted and the summons of witnesses by press releases.

 
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